WAEC news update 2019: Lagos school sanctioned for enrolling more than 50 outside applicantsMay 9, 2019
WAEC news update 2019: Lagos school sanctioned for enrolling more than 50 outside applicants
WAEC news update 2019…Jibril Martin Memorial Grammar School, Iponri, Lagos is to confront sanctions for enrolling outer possibility for the continuous 2019 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for school competitors.
The school claimed by the Anwar-Ul-Islam Movement of Nigeria was one of the mission schools returned by the Lagos State government to their proprietors in 2001.
Executive General, Lagos State Office of Education Quality Assurance, Mrs. Ronke Soyombo, who observed the WASSCE English paper on Thursday, found the school had 127 SS3 students on its register contrasted with more than 180 hopefuls introduced for the examination.
A portion of the 18 outer hopefuls her group physically recognized were SS3 students from state-funded schools and unapproved tuition based schools or applicants retaking the examination some of who were plainly over-matured.
A portion of the competitors likewise originated from distant inside and outside Lagos – like Ilorin, Kwara State, and Abia State.
Soyombo said enlistment of private hopefuls plainly repudiated the laws for WAEC school examination and was rich ground for execution of examination misbehavior.
“For us to check your understudies today to see that they are not your own bonafide understudies, that implies you shouldn’t be an affirmed school.
“There is a segment set up in law that each affirmed school must adhere to their understudies alone. You shouldn’t overlook unapproved schools to send their wards to your school,” she said to the school’s central.
The DG said assents would be dispensed after she reports the case to the Deputy Government, Dr. Idiat Adebule, who regulates the Education part.
Soyombo additionally said her office would lead an entire school assessment for the school as a result of slips noted amid the visit.
She saw that the school enabled outside individuals to utilize its office as a parking area, which repudiates Lagos State School wellbeing and defending laws; there was exposed wire near toilets utilized by understudies in one of the hinders, the home financial matters research center needed offices and was dumping ground for old reports and the library had no furnishings or books.
It was somewhat used to store old books and sacks of bundled water.
At the adjacent Estate Senior High School, Iponri, a state-funded school, 80 applicants enlisted for English were all SS3 understudies of the school.
The DG complimented them from composing their examination in their school as opposed to looking for Marvel focuses on intuition based schools.