The closure or lock-down of all education institutions across Africa and the world due to the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak put the student population and their parents at stake with arguable responses to handling the continuation of teaching and learning while at home. It is evident in many of the African countries that they were not prepared for the situation that had befallen them. Many of the African institutions of learning in the revailing circumstances could not easily continue delivering teaching and learning to its students because the education environments were not well prepared. The educational institutions indeed lacked capacity (human and infrastructure) to partake their mandate within such trying moments which prevented people from meeting physically and many countries had gone to lock-downs.



Publish Date

January 1, 2021


Jude T. Lubega

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