Photo | Political Analyst Herman Manyora at an interview by Citizen TV
In an interview by Citizen Television on 11th October, Political Analyst Herman Manyora addressed the challenges faced by the education sector. Following the outbreak of Corona Virus, the education sector suffered a huge setback as students and students were forced to stay at home.
In an attempt to recuperate from the setbacks, the resumption of schools adopted a speedy program with relatively short breaks as compared to the previous approach. Kisumu Women Representative, Rusa Buyu pointed out that the teachers have a heavy burden trying to cover the syllabus in the stipulated time.
On the other hand, Herman Manyora addressed the instability of the Ministry of Education. In the recent times, schools have been forced to accommodate more students irrespective of the available resources.
According to Herman, the government lacks innovative ideas to transition the current education situation. For instance, the government should introduce more facilities instead of admitting more students to fully occupied schools. Manyora argued that the resources used to sustain boarding schools could be used to set up education facilities in local areas. Additionally, he pointed out that the schools should restructure the syllabus such that some concepts are learnt in successive levels. As such, teaching and learning neither burden the teachers nor the students.
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