Kenya employs digital learning
Since the confirmation of coronavirus in Kenya and the shutting down of learning institutions, digital learning has been established.
Unfortunately, it does not help students living in rural areas, without electricity or internet access.
According to Dan Aloo, the local chairman of the Kenya National Union of Teachers, the decision to shut down learning institutions comes with health benefits for students as it minimizes the spread of COVID-19.
But he says the government should abolish internet charges completely at this time of the pandemic.
The directive has also helped students to practice social distancing.
Regardless of these difficulties, and the disruption of the school calendar, many students remain optimistic that they will pass their exams