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Nigeria: National Survey on School Resumption

On October 12th 2020, Nigeria reopened schools after six months of closure to curtail the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. Key to this re-opening was the decline in the number of daily infection cases in the country. This reduced to an average of 200 in September 2020 from a previous peak average of 700 in July and August 2020. Also, there were concerns on impact of prolonged school closure on school drop-out rates, learners’ academic achievement, number of out-of-school children and the effectiveness of remote learning. During the period of school closure, 


The pre-resumption survey took place in October 2020 with all stakeholders in the education sector (parents/guardian, learners, teachers/facilitators and education managers) with a total of 7,403 respondents across Nigeria. Six months after the initial survey; the post-resumption survey was conducted in March, 2021.The responses over this period will be compared to determine if there is a change in perception, attitude or practices overtime.

 

Operation(s)/ Webspace(s): 
Organization(s): 
Education in Emergencies Working Group (Nigeria)
Government of Nigeria - State Universal Basic Education Board
Save The Children
United Nations Children's Fund
Cluster(s)/Sector(s): 
Original Publication Date: 
04 May 2021
Document type: 
Assessment Report
Location(s): 
Adamawa
Borno
Yobe
Coordination hub(s): 
Adamawa State
Borno State
Yobe State
Disaster(s)/Emergency: 
Nigeria: Complex Emergency - 2014-2021