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The Covid-19 pandemic has had a considerably dire impact on the functioning of the Higher Education sector. As a result, many of the universities across the country had to adopt online learning, despite much of the country's households having no access to internet connectivity.


There are rising concerns when it comes to how online learning has become a normal way of teaching due to the Covid-19 pandemic. What impact can this have on children in the long term? Read further for more details.


Online learning was introduced by the education sector as an alternative since the Covid-19 pandemic began but has not been the best alternative for everyone. Students in higher learning institutions continue to experience challenges.


With the department announcing earlier that they will be opening online schools, Deputy Minister Reginah Mhaule reiterated that they are working hard to improve on e-learning. 

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