Aftermath of ASUU strike: Are students ready to resume?

When the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) suspended the nine-month-old strike last December, it was sheer relief for students who have been bored with endless stay at home. Thus, parents forgot the recent second wave of COVID-19 now hanging on the country like the sword of Damocles. The happiness of their children leaving for school very soon suffused their heart.
Overjoyed students and parents might not see the pandemic as a barrier to resumption, perhaps they don’t care.

Another issue is that many students have lost the passion for learning. Now with the second wave of COVID-19 transmission,more students would find learning inconsequential….

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