Liberia might get a new software to address Liberia’s educational problems as said by Malie Technology Incorporated founder and CEO, Mohammed A. Pussah. This software will be developed to have a great effect on the country’s education system.
This software will trace records of school students and administrators. “This software is built in a way that traces performances of a teacher or a student. It provides identification that a student or teacher can use to seek for enrollment or job,” said Pussah.
This idea can help the Ministry of Education to enhance or have a better system and Malie Technology Incorporated is able to provide a software for this purpose adds Pussah. Each student will be given an assigned number and School administrators will trace the previous records of the students.
Students can quietly give feedback on their teachers without teacher’s knowledge. This helps enhancing Liberia’s education system. Pussah says that cost is not attached to the software and he is passionate about improving the country’s education system and this initiative is taken without expecting any returns.
That is not all; it is also possible to detect how student’s performance deteriorated by analysing if the teacher is at the fault or the student.