Educationist Professor Stephen Adei has said that government should not be in a rush to open schools to students while the country is still fighting the coronavirus.
According to him, final year students alone could be asked to go to school to limit the spread of the virus among students.
He said on Prime Morning, on Joy Prime, that the health of these final year students can easily be monitored as compared to having a huge number of students across campuses.
“I think we should not rush with the non-final year students. For me, if they have to start the next academic year in January we can handle it, we must make sure that we don’t add the two, so that we can take the time to consider the final year students only, for now,” he told Daniel Dadzie, host of the show.
Prof Adei added that these final year students may not have to stay in school for long. He stated that many of them had a few weeks till they were done with school.