Kenyan Schools To Remain Shut Until 2021 – Kenya’s education ministry has said that all primary and secondary schools will reopen one year from now.
The ministry said all students will continue studies in their present classes.
Education Minister George Magoha said no final-year national assesments would be held for primary and secondary students this year.
Those tests are typically held in October and November every year.
Colleges and universities will anyway get ready to re-open in September this year with severe rules, the minister says, with just those that meet the prerequisites permitted to do as such.
Schools across Kenya shut in March after the nation’s recorded its first coronavirus cases.
Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta on Monday revived the fringes of three provinces that had been shut as a major aspect of the lockdown.
He at that point gave the training service 24 hours to give rules on the school schedule.