Following the third wave of the COVID 19 in the country, his excellency the president opted for the physical learning to be abandoned for a while. It is a directive that has left the education sector in limbo with many parents worrying of what will be up to their children.
In regard to the previous calendar, the schools are set to be opened for the third term come may the 10th. Professor George Magoha in his tour in Kiambu during a press briefing clarified that the ministry had no intentions of restructuring the calendar since the COVID-19 curve was seemingly starting to flatten giving hope of schools getting back to their normality. This may sound too close since it's just around two weeks since the president halted physical learning allowing KCSE students to finalize their exams.
The parents and the children are now left in a dilemma not knowing whether any further adverse effects of COVID-19 could come along with. Girl's pregnancies increasing day by day, boys indulgence in bad behaviors including drugs at a time we are in worse economic times that call for unprecedented actions is the situation currently in the country. We are hoping that the Ministry will come up with a good plan that will ensure the Kenyan child gets the best out of a pandemic as all eyes are now on the next presidential address set to probably easy the measures put in place and allow normal physical learning to go on as planned.
What's your view on allowing the various learning institutions back to normality in the wake of the third wave corona virus?
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