The East African regions recently passed the establishment of the Eastern Africa Association for Educational Assessment (EAAEA), which aims at strengthening the fight against examination cheating, Daily news reported.The association is set to bring together heads of examination councils from Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya, and South Sudan. It is expected to simplify the availability of academic information for students who study within the east African region.The association will also serve as a platform for professionals to conduct research, share experiences, knowledge and skills. The Tanzanian National Examinations Council (NECTA) Executive Secretary, Dr Charles Msonde, was elected as the association’s first President.
Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya and South Sudan unite to fight exam cheating
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