By Gerald Mulwanda –
Parents pining for a quick return to the normal school schedule so they can hand back the stressful home teaching chores to the professionals might want to ask the opinion of their children.
Many of them, it appears, have adjusted quite well to e-learning, so well they are getting rather used to it and in no hurry to get reacquainted with the ‘madam’ and ‘sir’ back in a brick-and-mortar classroom.
A number of urban-based pupils interviewed by the Times to find out how much they missed going to school after the Corona-virus-enforced premature closure of the first term in March were quite categorical they did not.
“I don’t want to go back to school. There’s nothing wrong with learning like this,” says Seche, grade eight at a Lusaka school.