Vol. 5, Issue 3 (2020)
Covid-19 pandemic is and remain a major problem experienced around the world. This paper investigates the deepen Covid-19 crisis and the Nigeria Education System (NES). School closures due to coronavirus (COVID-19) are affecting learners worldwide. Therefore, the thriving concept of this paper is to ensure that the temporary measures of e-learning benefits both learners in rural and urban area and not to create inequality in the Education system in Nigeria. The paper identifies online learning, WhatsApp, SMS message, radio, television, e-mails, internet as medium of e-learning and to maintaining good inter-personal communications among others as significant factors that will help to bridge the gap between learners in rural and urban area. The roles of stakeholders is to facilitate measures that is all encompassing that will motivate teachers and others in exploring new online curricula modalities as a temporary measures to facilitate and promote e-learning among others. Thus, the challenges of e-learning facing Nigeria learners needs a collaborative effort in ameliorating their plight. This paper discusses the meaning of Education, the concept of school closure and Covid-19, Covid-19 crisis and Nigeria Education, a crisis within a crisis in Nigeria Education, enquiry into the roles of stakeholders in stem of rising learning in Nigeria Education, factors that will aid e-learning, and the general teaching and learning process in Education.
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