Quality Education, the Best Pro-Active Measure to Examination Malpractices in our Formal Institutions of Learning.

Samuel Amaele


The school, be it primary, secondary or tertiary is a formal institution adequately established, funded and supervised to produce well developed individuals and citizens who would take up their proper places in their respective families, homes, state, nation and even the global community. These education institutions are expected to give quality services (quality education) based on the quality input made to them (teaching/learning environment, curriculum, teachers and after staff, facilities, funding, supervision, etc).  Unfortunately, daily experiences have shown the ever increasing rise and reports of examination malpractices in the various levels of our nation’s education system. Worried by this obvious but unfortunate phenomenon, the paper takes a critical study of the concept of quality and education, respectively and jointly also. It also observes that examination malpractice betrays the basic principle of quality education. The paper, however, maintains that quality education at all levels of the education system is an undisputable necessity to solving malpractices in our formal schools system.

Keywords: Quality, Education, Pro-active, Examination, Malpractices, Institutions.

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