Cheating on exams a pervasive problem in Nigeria

03/5/2004 | AllAfrica Global Media

In Nigeria, where widespread cheating on exams at all levels of education has burgeoned into a big organized crime business, the nongovernmental Exam Ethics Project is facing an uphill battle in its war on corruption. Teacher handouts for sale and supervisor-written answers on the walls are among the 33 different types of "examination malpractices" the organization has catalogued.

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