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INQURER Boss Challenges MCSS Teachers …Urges Authority To Establish Pool For Graduates

The Managing Editor of the INQUIREER Newspaper, Atty Philip N. Wesseh has challenged teachers of the Monrovia Consolidated School System (MCSS) to exhibit those virtues of a good leader for their Students to emulate.The Liberian journalist who is a product of the D. Twe High School in New Kru Town, which is one of the many schools run
by the MCSS, spoke last Friday at the G. W. Gibson High school in Monrovia during the installation program, of the newly elected officials of the MCSS Teachers Association.
Mr Wesseh, who subscribed to the assertion that the “teaching profession is the best,” advised the teachers against all acts that have the propensity to bring the profession to public ridicule and dispute.
He noted that the profession is such that everyone depends on it for knowledge for a better upbringing and also for the future.
Mr. Wesseh, also a classroom teacher at the United Methodist University (UMU), pointed out that the structure in the classroom, where the teachers face their students clearly shows the leadership role of teachers, adding, “you must live by example for the students to emulate you.”
To the leadership, he urged them to always cultivate the spirit of teamwork in whatever they do to ensure the success of their association. He reminded them to always ensure that transparency and accountability are the hallmarks of their administration.
The Liberian journalist used the occasion to call on the authority of the MCSS Center office, to develop a pool for graduates of the system like that which is at the University of Liberia.
He then pledged his support to the teachers and the Central Office in whatever undertaking, stating, “I am indebted to the system for the knowledge acquired over the years.
The President of the Liberian National Bar Association, Cllr. Tiawan Gongloe, who was praised and honored for his positive role in the Liberian society, served as guest speaker.

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