(KDRTV)-Education CS George Magoha on Monday called for a crisis meeting with stakeholders to review schools reopening dates
KDRTV conjectures that meeting will deliberate on the confusion surrounding the reopening of learning institutions in the country.
Schools have been now closed for six months after coronavirus first broke out in the country.
In a letter dated September 7, 2020, the CS invited all education stakeholders in the country to a crisis meeting to discuss Kenya`s post-COVID-19 future in education and specifically address school reopening
KDRTV received hints that the Monday`s meeting has prioritized KCPE and KCSE exams candidates to report back to school with abid to complete the syllabus and sit national exams in January next year
At the same time, all higher learning institutions are also likely to be reopened as before
KDRTV understands that Kenya continued to recorded lower daily coronavirus infections now for four weeks; the Ministry of Health however said that 14 straight days would signalize a flattening curve of coronavirus infections
Earlier on, WHO had warned that children risk contracting coronavirus when at home than when in schools
According to our previous reports, the CS had hinted new guidelines to the reopening of schools; schools were directed to higher tents and make sure learners don’t share personal items while in school
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