Collaborative Effort to Combat Exam Malpractice: NAPPS Nigeria and Afrikindness UK Join Forces for Educational Integrity

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The workshop aims to equip educators with tools to foster academic honesty and ethical conduct among students.

In a groundbreaking initiative aimed at addressing the pervasive issue of exam malpractice in Nigerian schools, the National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools (NAPPS) Nigeria has teamed up with Afrikindness UK to host a transformative workshop. Scheduled to coincide with Children’s Day on May 27th, this collaborative effort underscores the commitment of both organizations to promoting integrity and ethical conduct in education.

The workshop, titled “Promoting Integrity: Strategies for Mitigating Exam Malpractice Through Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) in Nigerian Schools,” will bring together educators, parents, and stakeholders from across the country to tackle this pressing challenge head-on. With a focus on equipping participants with the essential tools and techniques needed to foster a culture of academic honesty, the workshop aims to empower educators to address exam malpractice effectively.

“We believe that education is not just about imparting knowledge but also about nurturing the values of integrity and ethical behaviour,” said Bunmi Owolabi, CEO of Afrikindness, emphasizing the importance of the workshop. “Thanks to the leadership of NAPPS, we are committed to equipping educators with the necessary skills to promote integrity and accountability among students, ultimately creating a conducive learning environment for all.”

The workshop will feature insightful presentations, interactive discussions, and practical exercises led by seasoned experts in education and ethics. Participants will have the opportunity to learn about the importance of Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) in education and its role in mitigating exam malpractice. Additionally, they will explore strategies for integrating Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) principles into their teaching practices, empowering them to cultivate ethical behaviour and integrity among students.

“We are thrilled to collaborate with Afrikindness on this important initiative,” 

stated Chief Yomi Otubela, President of NAPPS. “Exam malpractice is a serious issue that undermines the integrity of our education system. By working together, we can address this challenge and ensure that our schools uphold the highest standards of academic honesty and ethical conduct.” 

As part of the partnership, Afrikindness will also extend its support to the NAPPS Children’s Day Competition, providing technical expertise to evaluate entries and recognize outstanding achievements. This collaborative effort underscores the shared commitment of both organizations to investing in the future of Nigerian students and preparing them for success in a rapidly changing world.

Educators, parents, and stakeholders are encouraged to take advantage of this unique opportunity to enhance their capacity in fostering a culture of integrity and ethical behaviour in Nigerian schools. 

Together, we can create a brighter future for our children and build a stronger, more resilient education system for generations to come.

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