Teachers who serve as invigilators at the ongoing West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) are being cautioned to desist from contributing to examination malpractices.
A writer Gideon Dickson Agbanyo in a writeup to EducationGhana indicated that Teachers in the various Senior High Schools should endeavor to protect their integrities in any way possible from contributing to examination malpractices.
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ALLOW STUDENTS TO WRITE THEIR EXAMS DEVOID OF “APOR” AND FROM ALL MANNER OF HELPS
For some time now, some authorities and students have machinated numerous means of cheating during examination.
Today, you meet a student holding WASSCE certificate with full of A’s &B’s. Probe the person small, you will realize that the person in question does not worth it. So you will be intuited to ask: what actually warranted the scoring of that grade?
Nobody envies anyone for passing exams credibly, unless that person is an oppugnant to the progress of humanity and society.
The beautiful question is: Does the latter commensurate the person’s competency when s/he is gainfully employed?
Today, we hear people die every day in the various hospitals across the country at an alarming rate following some nurses’ and doctors’ negligence. I hold the conviction that this “apor” thing and many others are among the numerous reasons.
Some teachers, too, stoop so low that they soil their integrity by allowing or write for students to pass their exams.
We must not forget that these students you are writing for will become a teacher, nurse, doctor, lawyer, etc.
What kind of diligent service do you expect him/her to offer tomorrow?
If you throw a ball against a wall, it will come back to you.
Teacher, leave your positive mark indelibly.
IT CONCERNS YOU AND ME.
GIDEON DICKSON AGBANYO
( Writer and Editor)
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