Education is one of the key sectors on record to have received much support from the government following the outbreak of Covid-19 pandemic.
According to education experts, most of the schools faced a lot of challenges after the outbreak of Covid-19 pandemic. Some of these problems were reported as sexual harassment to schools girls, violence cases in families and lack of school fees as most parents were reported jobless.
According NTV Kenya report, it was reported that some of the primary schools in Kakamega collapsed as schools plans to reopen come next week. It was reported that this may affect normal learning in Cheptai primary school.
In addition, this was reported to be a big blow to the ministry of education as most of the learners may lack a class to attend their daily lessons. Again it was noted that this really shocked the residents of Cheptai area. Most of the children were reported to be stranded as they were counting days to report back for their normal learning system which should be set by Monday.
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