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TSC warns teachers Against Leaking Exams

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TSC warns teachers Against Leaking Exams

TSC warns teachers Against Leaking Exams.
Teachers have been warned not to leak information about the current Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examination.
Nancy Macharia, chief executive officer of the Teachers Service Commission (TSC), stated that the exams are being released earlier than expected.
“When the exams are picked up at 6am, some of these individuals open the examination earlier than the time stipulated by the Kenya National Examination Council (Knec) and they take pictures. Some of them have been apprehended and since then you haven’t heard of any further exposures,” Dr Macharia said.
She made the remarks during the opening of the KCSE examination container at Kisauni in Mombasa on Tuesday, noting that security agencies are on high alert.
TSC, according to Dr. Macharia, will take disciplinary action against teachers who engage in examination malpractice.
“We cannot allow errant teachers to taint the lives of our children,” she added.
Meanwhile, TSC has trained 229,000 teachers in the Competency-Based Curriculum, according to Dr. Macharia (CBC).
“We have been doing it progressively as we go on to the upper grades. In April we are training 60,000 teachers for junior secondary,” she said.

TSC warns teachers Against Leaking Exams.

TSC CEO Dr Nancy Macharia supervises the administration of 2021 KCSE exams at Hassan Joho Secondary School in Kisauni sub-county Mombasa County.
“I can assure the public that teachers are ready for the implementation of CBC and we shall continue training them progressively.”
Kilifi County Commissioner Kutswa Olaka has issued a warning to education officers, teachers, and security personnel to refrain from engaging in examination malpractice.
“We will not accept any incidents that involve examination cheating in Kilifi county,” he said.
A student from Takaungu Secondary School was arrested last Thursday after being found with a mobile phone.
County DCI boss Geoffrey Kathurima confirmed that five invigilators, one supervisor, the centre’s manager, and two security officers were charged and replaced in a Shanzu court.

TSC warns teachers Against Leaking Exams.

TSC CEO Dr Nancy Macharia frisks candidates before the start of Mathematics paper 2 at Bahari Girls Secondary School in Kilifi South sub-county.
TSC warns teachers Against Leaking Exams.

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