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TSC to act firmly on teachers involved in exam irregularities

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TSC to act firmly on teachers involved in exam irregularities

The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) CEO Nancy Macharia has announced that the commission will act firmly on teachers involved in exam irregularities.
“Overall, I wish to report that nearly all the teachers who were involved in the examination conducted themselves with utmost professionalism during the KCPE process.” Said Macharia.
Macharia stated that the commission will not allow a few teachers to mar the good name of the teaching service.
She requested that the Kenya National Examinations Council provide the commission with a list of teachers found guilty.
“I congratulate and assure them that our teachers are prepared to receive all of them in secondary school next term,” she said.
“Overall I wish to report that nearly all teachers involved in exams conducted themselves with utmost professionalism.”

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The 2021 KCPE exam exercise involved 28,255 Centre Managers, 28,546 Supervisors, 73,866 Invigilators and 7,275 Examiners.
Magoha contended that only a few cases of irregularities were reported throughout the country during the examination period, and that appropriate disciplinary action would be taken.
“As far as irregularities are concerned, usually this primary exam does not have many irregularities because it is not high stakes,” he said.
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“This time round we had 320 students who were attempting to collude in seven examination centers. There will be a price to pay by each of those candidates and the exam administrators in those centers are going to be severely admonished in the usual manner,” added the CS.
The exam period saw 1,225,507 candidates take the test, compared to 1,191,752 in 2020.

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TSC to act firmly on teachers involved in exam irregularities

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