It was recently announced by CS Magoha that learmers would resume their learning on may 10 as was indicated in the original calendar. There has seemed to be a controversy because CS Matiangi reported that the curfew would extended to the end of May.
The worry right now is that the extension of the curfew and the cessation process might hinder the going back of learners to school. Despite the news of reopening schools, the plan to restrict movements in and out of the zoned counties have not been reviewed. These two announcement are confusing parents and learners.
Education principal secretary said that the ministry was arranging for ways to ensure that learners travel back to school. Maiyo said that transport companies should put their vehicles on standby just in case the learning is to resume. He further clarified the pricing should be lowered to reduce giving parents a heavy burden.
Maiyo said that the government should ensure that the transport sector should see this as an opportunity to take advantage. It has been said that students are required to wear their uniforms while travelling and they are required to also carry an introductory letter. As of now, it is uncertain if the letters would have been written before May 10.
Further, they are required to ensure the students travel in school uniform and are issued with an introductory letter. However, it remains uncertain if the letters will still be effective in May.
Matiangi and Magoha should sit and discuss the way forward.
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