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COVID-19 Pandemic and Education in Nigeria


The COVID-19 pandemic caused great destruction to different aspect of the world order. This include but not limited to the: economy, social, political and education sector which was the focus of this study. The most educational especially in developing countries was one of the worst hit sectors. This is because before the emergent of the pandemic, the educational sector in Nigeria was battling with underlying educational challenges that have kept the country behind in getting young people ready for the dynamic workplace and the sector also adopted mainly face-to-face teaching and learning methods. It was an offence in many schools for students to come to school with phones. However, with the outbreak of COVID-19 in 2020 which made the government to lockdown all schools in the country; the government, teachers, students and other stakeholders were helpless on how to continue learning. This study investigated the challenges posed by COVID-19 pandemic on education in Nigeria. An exploratory design approach was adopted for the paper. It concluded that the consequences occasioned by academic lockdown in schools in the many Nigerian states as witnessed were most students were not engaged in learning for a long period (one term), yet were promoted to the next class, this by no means will affect their fragile education foundation. It was concluded that COVID-19 has negatively affected education in Nigeria.

Bassey Moses Igwe

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