There are now calls for players in the education sector to devise new education systems that will ensure continuity of the provision of education in times of disruptions.
The call follows an announcement by President Lazarus Chakwera for schools to possibly open next month, five months after the closure which was facilitated by the Covid-19 situation in the country.
According to Steve Sharra, an educationist currently I t is important to accept that Covid-19 has hit the nation just like it has the rest of the world and that there is need to set measures that would address I ts effects. Sharra has since called on stakeholders in the said sector to establish workable systems that will ensure continuity of education services in an event
of global pandemics and other disasters.
Lately, private institutions have been urging government to provide them with financial waivers or loans as they keep being affected by the closure.