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How School Principals Aid KCSE Exam Cheating

How School Principals Aid KCSE Exam Cheating.
Dr Julius Jwan, State Department of Early Learning and Basic Principal Secretary Education, has insisted that the ongoing Kenya Certificate of Secondary School (KCSE) examination has not been leaked.
The PS noted that what the country is witnessing is unscrupulous school principals opening the scheduled second paper, taking photographs, and sharing them with their syndicate.
Dr. Jwan was speaking early Monday morning in Bomet, where he was supervising the opening of Kenya National Examination Container (KNEC) week two papers.
“I want to assure the country and all stakeholders in the education sector that there is no examination paper that has leaked.
“hat is emerging and which is not clear and I am here to inform you is dishonest centre managers who open the second paper scheduled on a particular day and share it with university students for answers retrieval,” explained Dr Jwan.
In context and technical language, Jwan says "the examination has leaked when students get access to the papers three or so days before the paper, as you can see the examination is sealed" in such a way that it’s impossible to access what’s inside.
The PS, on the other hand, acknowledged that the center managers in question had been arrested and were being held to provide information and links to their syndicate to the Directorate of Criminal Investigations.

Tactics Used By Fraudsters To Steal KCSE Exam

Tactics Used By Fraudsters To Steal KCSE Exam
“We have arrested the entire team of examinations officers in Mbooni including the dishonest school principal who happened to open the second paper before its time, we also noticed that the paper was shared with the university students. They do the paper and re-send it back,” noted the PS.
Dr. Jwan also cautioned university students who were being used in examination malpractices, urging them to stop and not be misled by jeopardizing their future.
He insisted that anyone found guilty would be arrested and charged; the PS acknowledged that two Rongo University students and another from the Technical Institute were detained as a result of the incident.
The Principal Secretary insisted that the ministry had closed all loopholes by requiring each center to have its own unique security feature mark, making it easy to trace their origin.
“Each examination for every centre in the country has a unique security feature, if we see a paper roaming around the country before its time we will run the suspicious document on our system and we will know the centre where it originates from, we will arrest the suspects and the law will take its course,” he said.
The PS and his team of Ministry of Education officials are touring the country to monitor the implementation of KNEC’s exam administration rules.

No KCSE exam paper leaked, none will - CS Magoha

No KCSE exam paper leaked, none will – CS Magoha
How School Principals Aid KCSE Exam Cheating.

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