Education has always been necessary for success since the time of our great-grandfather, but after a year spent at home due to covid-19, many people in Kenya now think that education is no longer important. After classes began on January 4 and ended on March 20, students completed a full year’s worth of course, and completed the subsequent class tests, and were expected to move on to the next class in early May.

How education lost its meaning in Kenya

This matter needed to be considered even though it could seem unimportant. Because the curriculum in Kenya’s educational system is extensive and normally lasts for a full school year, completing it in less than three months indicates that knowledge was not prioritized and that learning to complete the syllabus was instead the technique adopted. Since many slow learners, the KCPE and KCSE final exams suffered significantly as a result.