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Title: Examination Malpractice and Teachers’ Productivity in Nigerian Schools: Way Forward
Authors: Danbaba, Shuaib Abdullahi
Ogundele, Michael Olarewaju
Ezeuduji, Ifeanyi Chiweike
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: KIU Journal of Social Sciences
Series/Report no.: Vol.4;No.3: Pp 131-136
Abstract: The paper examined the baneful effects of examination malpractice on teachers productivity in Nigerian schools: The issues relating to the examination malpractices like the concepts, types of examination malpractices the causes if examination malpractices, the effects on the teachers’ productivity and the way forward were also examined in the paper. It was however concluded that adequate war should be waged against the perpetration of examination malpractice in the interest of enhancing high productivity among the Nigerian school graduates.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/3167
ISSN: 2413-9580
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