With the the third wave of Covid 19 that has brought almost all things in the country to a stand still, several Kenyan are left stranded on what will happen as chances at coming back to normal soon are very slim.
Despite the economy of the country being hugely affected the most affect sector is education. The transition from one level to another has been affected and despite going back for first and second term chances of reopening third term are very minimal. This is due to the trend of the disease and the restrictions put in place by the government
The best thing the government can do is to delays students and learners abit so that they can resume studies on August for third term up to November,then as from January 2022 the Learning would be normal as it has been before the pandemic.
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