Earlier in the week, the West African Examination Council (WAEC) confirmed that two papers have been compromised in the ongoing West African Senior School Certificate Examinations (WASSCE).
The Council says its investigations have uncovered that extracts of the 2021 Elective Mathematics and English Language tests, had been found in the public domain. The examination body also rescheduled Physics 2 and 1 and Business Management 2 and 1 papers amid concerns about the leakages.
Today on The Probe, JoyNews‘ Benjamin Akakpo and his guests will delve deeper into the issue to identify how all the loopholes could be plugged to avert further leakages.
Joining the host is Executive Director of Eduwatch, Kofi Asare, Spokesperson of the Ministry of Education, Kwesi Kwarteng, Executive Director of the Institute for Education Studies (IFEST), Peter Anti and Ranking Member on Parliament’s Education Committee Peter Nortsu-Kotoe.
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Today’s front pages: Monday, October 25, 2021