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Jun 2, 2020

What private school must know about resumption.

School Resumption: All Private Schools and WAEC Students Should Take Note Of This.

Following the outbreak of Covid-19, the federal government had earlier declared the closure of educational institutions in a bid to contain it's spread, but this has gotten many Nigerian students complaining as schools have been shut down for months.

It is despairing that on daily basis, covid-19 cases have been increasing persistently. However, It is noteworthy that the government is really working hard to contain the virus and that is why schools are still closed

It is of no doubt that WAEC and Private School students were about to write their exams before schools were declared closed, which made their exams to be suspended till further notice.

The WAEC and Private School students who should have been processing their next educational activity have been delayed. This shows that if Covid-19 persists, they may not move ahead. But, God forbid!

However, WAEC and Private school students should understand that the delay was for their own safety and not that the government was nonchalant of the delay, rather, they are working hard to end the covid-19 pandemic

WAEC and Private school students should take note of the following:

1. Schools are carrying out online tutorials

2. School resumption date has not been fixed by the federal government

3. keep reading there books even while at home.

Seeing that most private school students have not yet written their second term examinations, do you think they should write these exams when school resumes or they should skip the exams and promote the students, while the WAEC candidates should be allowed to resume school amid covid-19 pandemic? Kindly give your opinion in the comment section below.

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