KUPPET Issue a Stern Warning to KNEC If School Principals Will Face Disciplinary Action Over Exam Malpractice
KUPPET Issue a Stern Warning to KNEC If School Principals Will Face Disciplinary Action Over Exam Malpractice. KUPPET (Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers) has taken a bold stand to issue a strong warning of legal consequences should any of its associate school principals face disciplinary action by the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) over alleged national examination irregularities.
A number of schools have reportedly to have engaged in examination Malpractice, mostly being from Nyamira County. These includes Nyambaria Boys, Sironga girls, St. Pauls Gekano, Gekonge Secondary among others.
From Kisii county, we heard a case from Nyanchwa Boys where 2 students were allegedly caught with a mobile phones bearing answers of Mathematics paper 2.
The threat follows a series of arrests and suspensions targeting some school principals implicated in KCSE (Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education) examination irregularities. The education sector is embroiled in controversy as authorities crack down on malpractice during key national exams.
The KUPPET threat underscores the tension between educators and regulators and highlights the potential legal battles that could arise during ongoing investigations.
The situation raises concerns about the integrity of the examination process and its impact on the education system.
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