The Education Stakeholders Speak About Exam Leakages And Malpractice.

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The Education Stakeholders Speak About Exam Leakages And Malpractice.

Educational stakeholders which include: Kuppet, Knut, Kessha and other have broken silence over KCSE examination leakages in the country. Cases of cheating, malpractices and impersonation have been reported in the ongoing national examination. The Kenya National Examination Council and Ministry of Education have been blamed for dropping their guard.TSC warns teachers on exam leakages

Accordingly, questions have emerged over the administration of this year’s national examination as reports reveal more candidates are accessing the questions before the time.In most cases, it has been noted that both the examination administration and students are involved and especially through social media.
The Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers(KUPPET) has placed blamed on the leadership at the Ministry of Education. Kuppet secretary general Akello Misori claimed that the Education CS George Magoha is being sabotaged from within because he is not a team player.We don’t know how true is that!

“We strongly believe that examination reforms are being watered down because CS Magoha wants to do everything. He wants to design policy and implement himself and he is being sabotaged.” Said Mr Misori.

On the other hand, Knut secretary general Collins Oyuu also termed as a worrying trend where candidates are increasingly accessing examination papers before time. “It is a bit worrying that we are seeing some level of laxity from official and examination papers.” Collins said.

Finally, Kessha chairman Kahi Indimuli said that some of the bad habits might have been caused by the merging of centres.Top benefits of education.

 

 

 

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