Since the outbreak of the Corona Virus(Covid19) pandemic, a lot of things have abruptly been brought to a halt,. all over the world. Aside from the implications on our health sector, it has also tremendously had negative effects on the economy both in Ghana and across the entire continent leading to loss of jobs.
Small, medium, big, private and government businesses have come to a halt except those who have taken advantage of technology and doing their daily business there, even though at a slower pace as many people did not prepare adequately enough to go that tangent.
One of the sectors of the Ghanaian economy that the COVID 19 pandemic has greatly and immensely affected is Ghana’s educational sector. For the past six months, Ghanaian students have been staying home wondering how and when the pandemic will go away so they can go back to their various schools. Quite interestingly, the schools found interesting ways through technology to still engage with their students through their various online learning platforms. Government and the Ghana Education Service also found ways for SHS students who couldn’t finish all their courses to go and complete and they are on course to also help the final year students to effectively and efficiently write their WASSCE, complete and go home.
Mediaghananews.com has been reliably informed through manuelnewsgh.com that all Second Year Students of all the various Colleges Of Education will be moving back to their various campuses to write their End of Semester Examination. It is believed that all their affiliate Universities have come into conclusion to allow these second years to write their exams on campus so that students without smartphones and better internet connectivity will also have great and equal access to write their examination peacefully on campus.