Ever since the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic in Nigeria schools have been instructed to be closed which included the primary schools, secondary schools and tertiary institution across the nation.
It is now couple of months that students are at home and are adviced to study at home, some institutions also adopt the use of E-LEARNING, which enables students to learn using their smartphones. Unfortunately no everyone have the access to a smart phone to access the internet for online classes so students are eager to hearing the Federal Government to announce the resumption of schools.
On Wednesday, the Mister Of State for Education, Emeka Nwajiuba, said the Federal Government is thinking of breaking classes of primary, secondary and tertiary institutions into sections during a briefing in Abuja by the Presidential Task Force on Covid-19.
He said there may be classes in the morning and classes in the afternoon, so as to prevent the risk of exposing the students to the virus.
Now, despite thousands of primary and secondary institution in the country and hundreds of tertiary institutions, will the idea of morning and afternoon classes work, will the institutions be able to follow any other instructions given by the Federal Government?