The Attitude of Students, Parents and Teachers Towards Examination Malpractices in Secondary Schools: A Challenge for Educational Standards

  • Augustine Izadi Anakwe


The paper focused on the role played by parents and Teachers in examination malpractice in plateau Nigeria. 400 secondary school students were randomly sampled for the study. Three null hypotheses were raised. A 15 item questionnaire titled “students Attitude towards Examination Malpractice (SATEMQ) was developed by the researcher and administered to the selected sample. The data generated were analyzed using the Chi Square. The result showed that there was no significant effect of parenting styles on students attitude towards examination malpractice. Also there was no significant difference between Junior secondary and their counter parts in the senior secondary school in their attitude and reasons for engaging in examination malpractice in the school. Based on these findings recommendations were made.

LWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research, 8(2), 47-55, 2011

Author Biography

Augustine Izadi Anakwe
Department of Educational Foundations, Faculty of Education University of Jos, Nigeria

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eISSN: 1813-2227