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TSC Dispels Concerns About KCSE Leakage

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TSC Dispels Concerns About KCSE Leakage

TSC Dispels Concerns About KCSE Leakage.
Dr Nancy Macharia, Chief Executive Officer of the Teachers Service Commission (TSC), has moved to allay widespread fears that the ongoing Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examination has been leaked.
Speaking in Mombasa as she led senior government officials in witnessing the opening of examination materials at the Kisauni DCC offices, Macharia stated that the examination materials had remained intact except in a few isolated cases where they had been exposed after distribution.
“There has been exposure of the examination materials after picking from the containerized strong rooms that are under lock and key and on 24-hour guard. Some bad elements open them earlier than the stipulated time,” she said.
However, the TSC boss, who was accompanied by Mombasa County Commissioner, Lucas Katee, stated that overall, they have done better than in previous instances and singled out Mombasa County as one area where there has not been any case of examination malpractices.
She was quick to point out, however, that those found attempting to tamper with the national examination had already been prosecuted.
Macharia stated that disciplinary action will be taken against teachers found to have had a hand in the examination infringement.
“We cannot allow errant teachers to interfere with the integrity of our national examinations,” she said
She stated that teachers have remained an important component in the overall administration of the examination because candidates could not be adequately prepared without them.
TSC Dispels Concerns About KCSE Leakage

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