A total of 468,053 are expected to sit for the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) which begins today [Monday] across the country.
The Ghana Education Service Speaking to Citi News, the Public Relations Officer of GES, Reverend Jonathan Bettey, said they will not shield any teacher who engages in examination malpractice with a candidate.
“We are expecting that as we begin this year’s BECE, all teachers will be extra careful during the conduct of the examination. We’ve sounded warning to our invigilators and advised teachers also not to use mobile phones in and around the examination centres. We’ve told them to ban themselves from any other form of examination malpractices.”
“We will not be happy to support any teacher who will indulge himself into any examination malpractice with the children. Our eyes are wide open to get anybody who will thwart the efforts of the Ghana Education Service and the Ministry of Education during the exams,” he added. – citifmonline.com
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