Report reveals how teachers, students used phones to cheat in KCSE

A police officer displays two pages of last year’s KCPE Social Studies examination material seized from pupils in Changamwe, Mombasa. PHOTO | FILE | NATION MEDIA GROUP

What you need to know:

  • 170 people among them teachers, deputy principals and principals arrested in connection with exam leakage.
  • Detectives tracking 30 other people involved in the 2015 examination leakage.
  • Although most papers were passed free of charge, other teachers charged candidates as much as Sh175,000 to access them.

  • To avoid being prosecuted, some teachers destroyed the electronics devices, especially mobiles phones after using them to send leaked exams.

Teachers used social media groups they had formed to monitor their strike to pass leaked examination materials.


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