The West African Examination Council (WAEC) has published the names of 34 different Senior High Schools (SHS) engaged in Examination malpractices in the ongoing West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).
The malpractices include the smuggling of mobile phones into exam halls, impersonation, syndicate cheating, inside-exam hall malpractice, deployment of various cheating tactics, and restriction of WAEC agents from accessing schools.
These schools, the Council, have been served caution letters.
“The schools have been cautioned that their school/centre would be derecognised if the malpractices were recorded in those places during the examination. Two schools ie. Great Dafco and Supreme SHS were relocated to WAEC Hall, Kumasi to continue with their papers”.
Some of the schools involved in malpractices include Vicar trust SHS at Kasoa, St John SHS at Asante Bekwai, Winners SHS at Nkawkaw, Sunyani Business College, Morocco SHS at Nkawkaw, and Prince Boakye SHS at Nsawam.
Source: opemsuo.com/Hajara Fuseini