Student in graduation gown.
Following the President's directive on measures to contain in the spread of covid-19,uncertainties looms in learning institutions in Kenya from the lower primary levels to the tertiary levels.
The president has suspended all physical learning and advised education providers and the ministry of education to embrace virtual learning and this comes at the backdrop of increased cases of covid -19 infections in the country.
Last year,the country lost a considerable amount of time as learners stayed at home for almost the entire year due to the devastating effects of the pandemic coupled with a huge economic recession that saw massive loss of jobs.
There are uncertainties as to the way forward with regard to continuance of education since Kenyan education system in mostly face to face with little or no necessary infrastructure for virtual learning in most institutions of learning.
Students at many universities and colleges are now faced with the problem of carrying out their learning and that means a change of dates for exams and for graduations , which is still in Limbo.
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