With the current third wave of covid-19 in the country, the government of Kenya in collaboration with the ministry of education should find a way in which learning can continue in both primary and secondary schools despite the closure of schools due to pandemic.
Just last week, it was confirmed that the International monitery Fund approved a loan of over 250 billion shillings. I think it is high time that this money should be used to do something constructive in the lives of our children.
We have so many graduates in the field of teaching that are yet to be employed by the government. Due to the issue of covid-19, I think it will be necessary if the government adopts the idea of home base learning or teaching. It should be organized in such away that it is done locally. Two teachers are signed to moniter a maximum of 10 Students. They give them assignment as per the syllabus and ensures that the concept is well understood.
This idea of remote learning will ensure that students are kept busy doing something meaningful thus cases of indiscipline arising from these kids due to idleness will be reduced. The issue of remote learning has worked perfectly well in European countries, therefore Kenya can also give it a try.
What's your opinion, do you think Kenyan Government can Afford it?
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