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Will students be forced to repeat class due to COVID-19?

The covid-19 pandemic has caused disruption in all sectors of the kenyan economy and education is one of the sector.

The whispers have been informed by the cancellation of various academic programs in Kenya for example april certificate and diploma examination for early childhood development and special needs education.

Other several educationists have warned Kenyans to brace for the loss of an entire academic year if Covid-19 persists for another three months.

Education cs George Magoha,however, has assured Kenyans that after the disease is controlled, the calendar can be readjusted and curriculum carries on with the effects of covid-19 in mind.

Speaking on thursday, april2,2020, Magoha clarified that the ministry is yet to make aconclusive decision on the welfare of the students including those sitting their examination.

"if by the grace of God the covid-19 is controlled, we will adjust the calendar and carry on and if not controlled, adecision will be made at that time", he stated.

Mogoha also urged parents not to worry about the exams but instead should worry about their children ,besides, children are safe while at home than being in school.

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