Lagos State Government To Shut Down Schools Indulging in WAEC Exam Malpractice

Lagos State Government To Shut Down Schools Indulging in WAEC Exam Malpractice

The Lagos State Government and West African Examination Council, WAEC Agrees To Shut Down Schools Indulging in WASSCE Exam Malpractice.

The Lagos State Government and Proprietors of Private Schools in the State have reached an accord to shut down any school indicted by West Africa Examination Council (WAEC) for examination malpractice for three consecutive years.

The Deputy Governor of Lagos State, Dr. Idiat Oluranti Adebule, who disclosed this at a meeting with Principals and Headteachers of Public Schools, decried the indictment of some schools by WAEC, stressing that some serial offenders had appeared on the list for 3 consecutive years (2015 – 2017).

She vowed that such schools would not be allowed to register students for the Year 2018 West African School Certificate Examination (WASCE).

Adebule intimated the School owners of the impending Education Policy review by the State and urged them to prepare a position paper and submit to the Ministry for consideration before the proposed stakeholders meeting schedule to hold soon.

The Deputy Governor implored the various School Proprietors’ Associations to mobilize, sensitize and enlighten their members to take advantage of the seamless schools’ registration policy to prevent the imminent shut down of non-compliant schools, noting that the moratorium deadline is July 2018.
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