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By

Ike Onyechere, MFR

Founding Chairman, Exam Ethics Marshals International.

 

Education today is challenged by at least forty(40) types of corrupt and criminal practices including examination malpractice, academic dishonesty and campus cultism. The result is that Education is no longer able to perform its role of raising leaders, citizens, professionals and workers with character to shun corruption and competence to deliver transformation. Instead, lives and livelihoods are being destroyed through failed projects, programmes, services, businesses, institutions and governments being delivered by incompetent and unqualified workforce and leaders equipped and licensed with underserved certificates through exam malpractice and academic dishonesty. The good news is that there are centres of excellence represented by Exam Ethics Friends and Partner Institutions (EE-FPIs).

Presentation of Exam Ethics Friends and Partner
Institution Certificate to University of Calabar,
Cross River State, Nigeria.        

Certification as EE-FPI is a stamp of integrity that proclaims the total commitment of the institution to the code of truth, honor and integrity that govern the search for and dissemination of knowledge; to unwavering commitment to best practices in admission, training, examination, certification, registration, regulation and administrative processes in education; and to zero tolerance to exam malpractice, academic dishonesty, campus cultism and corruption in education.

Five factors qualify educational institutions for certification as Exam Ethics Friends and Partners: ethics-friendly CEO with zero tolerance for malpractices and total commitment to defending the code of truth, honor and integrity that govern the search for and dissemination of knowledge; facilitation of training of staff of institution as Exam Ethics Marshals; establishment of operational chapter of Exam Ethics Marshals; establishment of operational chapter of Exam Ethics Students Club; and provision of institutional support and facilitation for effective operations of  Exam Ethics Marshals and Students Chapters.

The general and specific benefits of certification as EE-FPI include: joining to defend integrity and rebuild and strengthen the moral infrastructure of education; joining to save lives and livelihoods by preventing the certification and licensing of incompetent and corrupt workforce through exam malpractice ad academic dishonesty; enhanced opportunity for winning grants and funding support for institutional integrity projects; and qualification for winning Exam Ethics Marshals Leadership Impact Awards. Please join the revolution in education. Take the steps to win certification today.

COMBATING GORGON MEDUSA OF EDUCATION.

In Greek mythology, Gorgon Medusa is described as a winged human female monster with venomous snakes in place of hair. Those who made eye contact with her turned into stones. Education today is being turned into stone under the daily and relentless gaze of modern-day Gorgon Medusa of examination malpractice, academic dishonesty, campus cultism and corruption in education. Almost stone dead, Education is being stripped of its power to raise leaders, citizens, professionals and workers with character to shun corruption and competence to deliver transformation. The good news is that the indomitable HERO PERSEUS, who refused to accept the myth of invincibility of Gorgon Medusa tenaciously battled and beheaded the monster.

Exam Ethics Friends and Partner Institutions who, like HERO PERSEUS, have refused to accept the invincibility of the Gorgon Medusa of examination malpractice, academic dishonesty and corruption are today engaged in mortal existential combat with the Monster. History will also record that these institutions successfully beheaded the Gorgon Medusa of our times.

GORGON MEDUSA: MONSTER WITH THOUSAND HAIR OF SNAKES.

Ethic-friendly institutions are at war with Gorgon Medusa of Education as personified by intricate, interconnected and complex challenge of examination malpractice, academic dishonesty, campus cultism and corrupt practices. The various components of the challenges represent the various venomous snakes the Medusa carries on its head in place of hairs. The process of turning Education into stone by collapsing it’s moral and ethical foundation and infrastructure that started decades ago. The clear and present consequences are just steering us in the face. The hairs of snakes on the Monster’s head can be counted in thousands. But we can quickly isolate at least forty (40) types of corrupt practices including exam fraud and academic dishonesty in addition to campus cultism ravaging our education system.

                                                                                  
Presentation of Exam Ethics Friends and 
Partner Institution Certificate to 
Ibrahim Badamosi Babginda University,
              Lapai, Niger State, Nigeria.                                                 

The examination, assessment and evaluation malpractices ravaging the education system include: students admissions and selection fraud; leakage of question papers, collusion, mass cheating, cash and carry rogue exam administrators, impersonation by exam mercenaries; extortion of money, handouts scams, missing scripts scams, clearance fees scams, result reconciliation scams, re-seat scams; sextortion (extortion of sex from female students by male lecturers as condition for award of pass marks); sale of marks and grades; sale of degrees including honorary degrees (degree mills); monetization of continuous assessment processes.

Ethic-friendly institutions are also battling with issues of academic dishonesty that include :falsification of research processes and results, sale of students’ project work (project mills), plagiarism, alternative-to-practical examinations in junior and secondary school exit exams, dry laboratory practical exams in tertiary exams, cash and carry fake accreditation of courses and institutions.

Corrupt practices in education are also giving institutions sleepless nights: granting operational licenses to fake institutions and certificate mills; licensing exam magic centres as “schools”; corruption in recruitment, evaluation and promotion of staff; class-action ghost worker’s scam; corruption in payment of staff salaries, allowances and pensions; embezzlement and misappropriation of funds meant for infrastructure, teaching and learning facilities; corruption in budget approval processes; cash and carry legislative and executive oversight functions; corruption of regulatory, inspectorate and quality assurance functions; signing collective agreements as diversionary bargaining strategy; and contract padding, diversion, abandonment.

Don’t forget the issue of patronage where elected leaders and their acolytes, officials of government ministries and agencies, immediate communities of institutions demand special privilege that negate the fundamental policies of allocation of offices, positions, resources and benefits. Allied to this is the issue of institutional capture where powerful ethnic groups, vested powerful interests and union officials cease control of the governance structure to effectively turn even universities to no better than community grammar schools. The capture and corruption of students’ politics with partisanship and money are icing on the cake of turning institutions to gorgon medusa stones.

The collapse of moral and ethical infrastructure is completed with metamorphosis of exam malpractice and academic dishonesty from mere indiscretion by students to serious organized crimes and scams, facilitated by networks of rouge exam administrators, school proprietors, principals, teachers, lecturers, public servants, parents aided and abetted by professional criminals for the purpose of making money. The consequences are clear and present: killing of people through failed projects, programmes, services, businesses, institutions and governments being delivered by incompetent and unqualified workforce equipped and licensed with underserved certificates through exam malpractice. 

Campus cultism, one of the most dangerous hair-snakes on the head of Gorgon Medusa of education, is now a major source of insecurity, criminality, violence, deviant behavior, exam malpractice and killings in institutions. It is now fast spreading to primary and secondary schools; and to creeks and streets. Vanguard Newspapers of Dec 2, 2019 reported that campus cult-related incidents resulted in over 10,000 deaths within and outside campuses between 1996 and 2019.

HISTORY 

The dark cloud of the collapse of moral foundation of education started decades ago. It is against this background that Exam Ethics Marshals International was founded in 1996 in Nigeria by Ike Onyechere, MFR, as a global not-for-profit, non-governmental, membership movement of education stakeholders committed to defending the code of truth, honor and integrity that govern the search for and dissemination of knowledge. The Exam Ethics Project has been endorsed by various national governments. The project was endorsed by the Nigerian National Council on Education for implementation in Nigeria’s educational institutions on 3rdDecember 2003.

Presentation of Exam Ethics Friends and
Partner Institution Certificate to
Samuel Adegboyega University,
Ogwa, Edo State, Nigeria.
                                                                         

 EXAM ETHICS MARSHAL INTERVENTIONS.

The Exam Ethics Marshals Movement is totally committed to unwavering promotion of best practices in admission, training, examination, certification, registration, regulation and administrative processes in education. In line with the ideology of “it starts with me”, Marshals commit to codes of: ethical self- regulation and discipline in their duty posts, to unwavering insistence on best practices in their spheres of operational and leadership influence, and to being models of integrity to pupils, students and colleagues with actions that speak louder than lectures. Marshals are very active in establishment of Exam Ethics Students Clubs in schools as vehicles for catching them young, for planting seeds of integrity in their fertile minds and for providingthem with early-warning guidance against exam malpractice and campus cultism. Marshals are also blowing the whistle against rogueeducators.

INSTITUTIONAL  STRUCTURES OF EXAM ETHICS MARSHALS MOVEMENT.

The institutional structure of Exam Ethics Marshals Movement stands on three legs.The first leg is Exam Ethics Marshals with chapters in educational institutions which operate as countervailing organizations to exam malpractice syndicates. The second leg is Exam Ethics Students Clubs which are also operational in primary, secondary and tertiary institutions in terms of sowing seeds of integrity in the fertile minds of pupils and students. The third leg is Exam Ethics Friend and Partner Institutions that provide enabling support, facilitation and environment for implementation of exam ethics interventions.

CERTIFICATION AS EXAM ETHICS FREIND AND PARTNER AS A STAMP OF INTERGRITY.

The notice “welcome to XYZ INSTITUTION… EXAM ETHICS FRIEND AND PARTNER INSTITUTION” at the entrance of any institution says a lot about the institution. It is a stamp of integrity that proclaims the total commitment of the institution to the code of truth, honor and integrity that govern the search for and dissemination of knowledge; to unwavering commitment to best practices in admission, training, examination, certification, registration, regulation and administrative processes in education; and to zero tolerance to exam malpractice, academic dishonesty, campus cultism and corruption in education. Exam Ethics Friend and Partner Certification does not mean that the institution has completely eradicated exam malpractice, academic dishonesty and corruption in the institution. It means that the institution is genuinely committed to the effort. It means that the institution is providing the enabling support, facilitation and environment for defending integrity of education.

Presentation of Exam Ethics Friends
and Partner Institution Certificate to 
Enugu State University of
Science and Technology,
Enugu State, Nigeria.

IMAGINE THE REVOLUTIONARY IMPACT.

Imagine for a moment, the revolution in ethics, quality and standards in education that will be unleashed in the country if all educational institutions join hands to fight for the liberation of education from the iron jaws of Gorgon Medusa of exam malpractice, academic dishonesty, campus cultism and corruption. Imagine the revolutionary impact in terms of raising leaders of tomorrow with character to shun corruption and competence to deliver transformation, in terms of laying the strong human resource foundation for sustainable development of the country. Surely, you will be proud to have contributed to such revolutionary impact as Chief Executive Officer of your institution.

EXAM ETHICS FRIENDS AND PARTNER ELIGIBILITY FACTORS.

The four conditions that qualify educational institutions for certification as Exam Ethics Friend and Partners include:

1.The Head of Institution should be ethics-friendly in words and action and totally committed to defend the code of truth, honor and integrity that govern the search for and dissemination of knowledge and must have zero tolerance for exam malpractice, academic dishonesty, campus cultism and corruption in education.

2.Establishmentofoperational chapter of Exam Ethics Marshals International (if trained Exam Ethics Marshals are already in the institution)as endorsed by some national governments. The project was endorsed by the Nigerian National Council on Education for implementation in Nigeria’s educational institutions on 3rdDecember 2003.

3.Meticulous selection and registration of ethics-friendly academic and non-academic staff as Exam Ethics Marshals Designate if there are no trained Marshals in the institution. Registration qualifies Marshals-Designate for admission to be trained as Marshals subject to passing eligibility criteria. Marshals-Designates are allowed to establish chapters in institutions. Ethics-friendly Educators are volunteering and registering as Marshals-Designate on their own without waiting to be selected. The registration and training are  online. Visit www.examethicsmarshals.org/enlist to register.

4.Establishment of operational chapter of Exam Ethics Students Club in the institution as endorsed by some national governments including the Nigerian National Council on Education. Exam Ethics Marshals or Marshals-Designate are trained on how to start and supervise Exam Ethics Clubs in institutions. Visit www.examethicsmarshals.org/startstudentsclub for details of how to start a student club.

5.Institutional support and facilitation for successful operations of Institutional Chapters of Exam Ethics Marshals and Exam Ethics Students Clubs. Many institutions have created Senate/Establishment Committees as part of governance structure at par with other committees.

GENERAL AND SPECIFIC BENEFITS OF CERTIFICATION AS EXAM ETHICS FRIENDS AND PARTNER INSTITUTION.

1.Joining other ethics-friendly institutions to combat exam malpractice, academic dishonesty, campus cultism and corruption; to rebuild and strengthen the moral infrastructure of education; and to deliver the quality education needed to raise leaders of tomorrow with character to shun corruption and competence to deliver transformation.

Presentation of Exam Ethics Friends and Partner Institution Certificate to        
 University of Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria.

2.Joining other ethics-friendly institutions to save lives and livelihoods of people being killed and destroyed through failed projects, programmes, services, businesses, institutions and governments being delivered by incompetent and unqualified workforce equipped and licensed with underserved certificates through exam malpractice. 

3.Opportunity to win grants and funding support for building capacity and structure for education integrity projects. Corporations, foundations, funding agencies, grant providers and governments around the world are increasingly providing grants and funding support to institutions to implement integrity projects aimed at promoting best practices in admission, training, examination, certification, registration, regulation and administrative processes in education.

The Exam Ethics Project, hailed as particularly pioneering and innovative approach, has been attracting grants and funding support to Friend and Partner Institutions. 

4.Heads of Exam Ethics Friend and Partner Tertiary Institutions qualify for Exam Ethics Leadership Impact Award including inauguration as Exam Ethics Chief Master Marshal Award, the highest honor of the Exam Ethics Movement bestowed on individuals in recognition ofoutstanding and distinguished contributions in promoting ethics, integrity and best practices in education. Principals of Friend and Partner Secondary Schools and Head Teachers of primary schools qualify for inauguration as Master Marshals and Marshals respectively after due induction processes.

 

Presentation of Exam Ethics Friends
and Partner Institution Certificate to
Nigerian Defence Academy,
Kaduna State, Nigeria.

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Complete and submit the Expression of Interest Form for Certification as Exam Ethics Friend and Partner Institution. The information provided is analyzed and approval is given or declined. 

 

 

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FORM FOR CERTIFICATION

AS EXAM ETHICS FRIEND AND PARTNER INSTITUTION.

    

Yes, we are interested in being certified and inaugurated as Exam Ethics Friend and Partner Institution having satisfied the eligibility factors of ethics-friendly CEO, establishment of operational chapter of Exam Ethics Marshals, establishment of operational chapter Exam Ethics Students Club. We understand that the Chapters are to support institutional frameworks for promoting exam ethics and defending the combating exam malpractice, academic dishonesty and campus cultism
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START EXAM ETHICS CHAPTER

 

START EXAM ETHICS MARSHALS CHAPTER IN YOUR INSTITUTION.

AND WIN AMBASSADORS AWARD, LISTING IN PIONEERS’ HALL OF FAME.

Exam malpractice in many countries has entered the league of organized crime perpetrated by powerful criminal syndicates as illicit money-making business.  It is no longer just a matter of indiscretion by students attempting to cheat in examinations. Students have become victims of the syndicates masquerading as rouge public servants, exam administrators, school proprietors, principals, teachers, and lecturers embedded in education ministries, agencies, institutions and in examination boards and supported and facilitated by misguided parents and professional criminals.

Inauguration of Rivers State Chapter of
        Exam Ethics Marshals, Rivers State, Nigeria.   
                                                            

Exam Ethics Marshals are ethics-friendly educators fighting to promote exam ethics, combating exam malpractice and defend the integrity of education in their institutions. The typical Marshal is trained to develop the courage to stand as a one-man army against exam fraudsters even if he or she is the only ethics-friendly person left in room, meeting, committee, exam hall, class, department, faculty, etc.

But the metamorphosis of exam malpractice into organized criminal enterprise perpetrated by powerful criminal syndicates makes it necessary for Exam Ethics Marshals to bond and work together as countervailing organization of ethics-friendly educators in order to successfully cage the monster. Hence the call for Heads of Institutions, Marshals and Marshals-Designates to champion the establishment and sustenance of chapters in their institutions.

  Inauguration of Federal College of Education, Eha-Amafu
Chapter of Exam Ethics Marshals ,
  Enugu State, Nigeria.     
                                                             

As Head of primary, secondary or tertiary educational institution, certified Marshal or Marshal-Designate, take the bull by the horn today and start the process of starting a chapter if it is not already in your institution. As pioneer of a chapter, you will win the prestigious Exam Ethics Ambassador Award which qualifies you for certification as Exam Ethics Ambassador and listing in Exam Ethics Pioneers Hall of Fame (online). Certain categories of pioneers may also receive cash prize from Exam Ethics Development Fund.

HISTORY.

Exam Ethics Marshals International (EEMI) was founded in 1996 in Nigeria by Ike Onyechere, MFR, as a global not-for-profit, non-governmental, membership organization of education stakeholders dedicated to promoting ethics, integrity and best practices in education. The Exam Ethics Project was endorsed on 3rdDecember 2003by the Nigerian National Council on Education for implementation in Nigeria’s educational institutions.

THE MARSHAL MOVEMENT.

The Movement is inspiring and mobilizing ethics-friendly educators around the world: to bond and work together to defend the code of ethics, truth, honesty, integrity and best practices that govern admission, training, examination, certification, registration, regulation and administrative processes in education; to combat exam malpractice and academic dishonesty. Enlisted members of the Movement are called Exam Ethics Marshals

   Inauguration of Cameroon Chapter of
    Exam Ethics Marshals ,Yaounde,
Cameroon.

Marshals pledge and commit to code of ethical self- regulation and discipline in their duty posts; to unwavering insistence on best practices in their spheres of operational and leadership influence; and to being models and mentors to pupils, students and colleagues. They are working towards realizing the vision of facilitating education systems capable of raising high performance leaders and workforce with character, integrity and competence to deliver transformation.

Marshals commit to combat the challenge of exam malpractice, academic dishonesty and corruption in education, a challenge of life and death and existential consequences for society. They commit to defend the code of honor, truth and integrity that underpin education and which is being hopelessly compromised. They are resisting the feeding and weaning of youths on diets of fraud, dishonesty and corruption in education through systemic examination malpractices and academic dishonesty. Marshals are resisting the killing of people through failed projects, programmes, services, businesses, institutions and governments being delivered by incompetent and unqualified products of education system equipped and licensed with underserved certificates through exam malpractice.

THE NEED TO ESTABLISH INSTITUTIONAL CHAPTERS.

The matter of exam malpractice is made worse by its metamorphosis from mere indiscretion by students attempting to cheat in examination halls into serious organized criminal, facilitated by networks of syndicates for the purpose of making money. Among members of organized exam malpractice syndicates are, unfortunately, rouge exam administrators, school proprietors, principals, teachers, and lecturers embedded in education ministries, agencies, institutions and in examination boards and supported and facilitated by misguided parents and professional criminals. Students have become more of victims.

The Exam Ethics Marshal is trained and developed to have capacity and courage to stand as a one-man army against any form of exam malpractice even if he or she is the only ethics-friendly person left in room, meeting, committee, exam hall, class, department, faculty, etc. The most important requirement is courage: courage to insist on defending the integrity; courage to convert, be ‘born again’ and say no to malpractice in any form and manner; courage to confront fraudsters; courage to withstand confrontation from exam fraud syndicate members; courage to hold tenaciously to Marshals core doctrine of “it starts with me”.

  Inauguration of Ghana Chapter of Exam Ethics Marshals, Accra, Ghana.

But the entry of exam malpractice into the league of organized crime perpetrated by powerful criminal syndicates calls for more effort beyond the lone ranger, one-man army strategy in line with the doctrine of John Kenneth Galbraith, the celebrated American economist, diplomat and presidential counselor. n his book,“The Anatomy of Power”,JKG postulated the concept of countervailing power to the effect that the unwelcome exercise of power derived from organization, wealth or personality can be effectively checked with deployment of symmetrical countervailing organization, wealth or personality. 

Combating exam malpractice successfully as organized crime therefore calls for a serious countervailing organization of Exam Ethics Marshals to bond and work together to challenge and blow the whistle on exam malpractice syndicates in education ministries, agencies, institutions and exam boards. While the courage and determination of individual actors are important, no one government, one examination board, one regulator, one institution or one Marshal can successfully retrieve education from the iron jaws of exam fraud syndicates.

Hence the need for establishment of Exam Ethics Marshals chapters in every primary, secondary and tertiary institution in the world. And hence the call for Heads of Institutions, Marshals and Marshals-Designates to champion to establishment and sustenance of chapters in their institutions.

SILENT REVOLUTION.

Imagine for a moment, the revolution in ethics, quality and standards that will be unleashed in your institution if every teaching and non-teaching staff willingly and seriously commit to code of ethics, integrity and best practice in his or her respective sphere of operational and leadership influence. Imagine the impact on your country if the revolution is enacted in every institution in the country. Imagine the revolutionary impact in terms of the education system being able to deliver on its role of raising leaders of tomorrow with character to shun corruption and competence to deliver transformation; in terms of rebuilding and strengthening the moral fibre of society; in terms of laying the strong human resource foundation for sustainable development of the country. Surely, you will be proud to have contributed to such revolutionary impact from your own corner of leadership and operational influence as a stakeholder.

 

  Inauguration of Babcock University Chapter of Exam Ethics Marshals,
Illeshan-Remo, Ogun State, Nigeria

Chapters of Exam Ethics Marshals are already operational or being established in many educational institutions across Africa and other parts of the world championed, pioneered and facilitated by Marshals and Marshals-Designate and supported by ethics-friendly CEOs of public and private sector institutions, agencies, organizations. Take the bull by the horn today. If you are a certified and accredited Exam Ethics Marshals, join the chapter in your institution if it is already existing. If it is not yet in existence, apply to start one today. New chapters can be established in institutions by at least two Marshals-Designate in institutions where they are not yet existing. Marshals and Designates already have copies of Exam Ethics Manual and other books that outline operational details of the Movement.

PROCESS OF STARTING A CHAPTER.

The process of starting an Exam Ethics Marshals chapter is simple.

  • If Exam Ethics Marshals in your institution are yet to be formally organized as a chapter, complete and return the online expression of interest form for starting a chapter of Exam Ethics Marshal.
  • In institutions with no certified Marshal, an educator that has undergone the process of assessment and formally admitted as Marshal-Designate/Trainee can apply to start a chapter provided there are at least two Marshals -designate in the institution. To start the process of enlisting as Marshal-Designate, visit examethicsmarshals.org/enlist to complete and return the enlistment form.
  • All requests to start a chapter of Exam Ethics Marshal must be approved by Head of the Institution unless the establishment of the chapter is being pioneered by the Head. ALL existing Exam Ethics Marshals chapters across the world have been championed, pioneered, supported or facilitated by ethics-friendly Heads of Institutions.

 Pioneers of successful establishment of Exam Ethics Chapters in institutions qualify for

  • Exam Ethics Ambassador Award
  • Presentation of Certificate of Honor as Exam Ethics Ambassador.
  • Listing in Exam Ethics Pioneers Hall of Fame (online)
  • Cash prize from Exam Ethics Development Fund for certain categories of pioneers.

 

Inauguration of Delta State Chapter of
Exam Ethics Marshals,
Delta State, Nigeria.
                                                                   

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Complete and submit the application form for Establishment of chapter of Exam Ethics Marshals International. The information provided is analyzed and approval is given or declined. 

 

  APPLICATION FORM FOR ESTABLISHMENT OF

CHAPTER OF EXAM ETHICS MARSHALS INTERNATIONAL.

 

   

Yes, I am interested in establishing a chapter of Exam Ethics Marshal in my Institution. I understand that the objective of establishing a chapter of Exam Ethics Marshal is to organize Marshals in the institution to bond and work together to promote exam ethics, combat exam malpractice and defend the integrity of education. I also understand that this application must be endorsed by Head of the Institution if it is not forwarded by the Head. If granted approval, I undertake to abide by the rule of engagement of Exam Ethics Marshals Movement.
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JOIN EXAM ETHICS MARSHAL GLOBAL MOVEMENT

TO DEFEND INTEGRITY OF EDUCATION.

OUR SURVIVAL DEPENDS ON IT.

The Exam Ethics Marshals Movement is God’s special mission for inspiring and mobilizing ethics-friendly educators and stakeholders to defend the integrity of education across the world. Marshals are now in high demand because of the rigorous admission and training processes and their high level of commitment to ethical self-regulation and discipline in duty their posts.

Inauguration of Exam Ethics Marshals, of Babcock University,
   Ileshan-Remo, Ogun State, Nigeria

Marshals are now preferred choices for appointment into leadership and management positions. They are leading by example as transformational heads of educational institutions, faculties, departments, committees and projects based on “it starts with me” ideology. They are serving and fighting as islands of excellence to uphold integrity of examination, election, recruitment, evaluation, assessment systems in oceans of malpractices and corruption.

Marshals are increasingly held in high esteem as resource persons of choice in ethics, integrity and best practices summits, conferences and projects. Enlist and join to defend integrity of education from the leadership and operational perspective of your own class, office and institution.

It pays to enlist. The spiritual, psychological and material rewards joining the Movement can be enormous. It is the source code of our individual and collective survival. The brief history, membership, vision, specific mission and what Marshals stand for and against are profiled to provide you with more insight and further encourage to enlist and join God’s special mission.

 

Inauguration of Exam Ethics Marshals,
of Nigerian Defence Academy, Kaduna State, Nigeria.

HISTORY.

Exam Ethics Marshals International (EEMI) was founded in 1996 in Nigeria by Ike Onyechere, MFR, as a global not-for-profit, non-governmental, membership organization of education stakeholders dedicated to promoting ethics, integrity and best practices in education.

 NEED.

The organization was founded in response to rise of systemic and organized exam malpractice and academic dishonesty through which unqualified and incompetent people are licensed with undeserved certificates to destroy lives, careers and dreams through failed services, products, projects, buildings, institutions and governments.

 Exam Ethics Marshals and Students of Michael Okpara University
of Agriculture,Umudike, Nigeria.

MEMBERSHIP.

Hundreds of thousands of Marshals are operational in primary, secondary and tertiary educational institutions in African countries and parts of the world. The membership profile of the Movement spans the entire gamut, categories and levels of education with commitment to promotion of best practices and defence of integrity of education as connecting thread. Among members are CEOs, Principal Officers, Deans, Departmental Heads, Lecturers and other categories of Staff of public and private Universities, Polytechnics, Colleges of Education and other tertiary Institutions; Principals, Head Teachers and Teachers of public and private primary and secondary schools; School Proprietors and Administrators; officials of education ministries and agencies; officials of PTAs; Leaders of religious and civil society organizations; Political Leaders; Executives and Professionals in private practice and public and private sector organizations including Journalists and Lawyers. Membership is open to interested education stakeholders who satisfy the eligibility conditions.

       Group picture of Delegates at 2019
    Exam Ethics Marshals National Conference,
 Abuja, Nigeria.

 VISION.

The Movement is facilitating education systems capable of raising high performance leaders and workforce with character, integrity and competence to deliver transformation.

MISSION.

EEMI is inspiring and mobilizing ethics-friendly educators around the world: to bond and work together to defend the code of ethics, truth, honesty, integrity and best practices that govern admission, training, examination, certification, registration, regulation and administrative processes in education; to combat exam malpractice and academic dishonesty.

  Exam Ethics Marshals and Students of
Yaba College of Technology, Lagos, Nigeria.

EXAM ETHICS MARSHALS.

Exam Ethics Marshals are ethics-friendly educators who pledge and commit to code of ethical self- regulation and discipline in their duty posts; to unwavering insistence on best practices in their spheres of operational and leadership influence; and to being models and mentors to pupils, students and colleagues.

FOUR LEVELS.

There are four levels of Marshals. Designates are volunteers who are still undergoing training and are yet to be certified and inaugurated. Marshals are those who have been trained, certified and inaugurated. Master Marshals are those who have attended Exam Ethics training, exchange programmes or events outside their own country. Master Marshal status may also be awarded to Educators in recognition of outstanding performance. The Chief Master Marshals Award is the highest honor of Exam Ethics Marshal Movement bestowed on individuals in recognition of outstanding and distinguished contributions to promotion of best practices in education.

Exam Ethics Marshals at Horizon Bilingual School, Doula, Cameroon.

TRAINING.

Marshals are trained through a combination of online programs and in-class induction and inauguration programs covering a wide range of body of knowledge including exam ethics, exam administration, mentorship, education reforms, conflict management, safe school, campus safety, leadership and management. A continuous education program is sustained through social media including Exam Ethics Blog and WhatsApp platforms to keep Marshals up to date with developments in education around the world. Exam ethics campaign resource books are regularly updated with new editions to provide insights on contemporary situations. Resource books include, but not restricted to, Exam Ethics Manual, Safe School Manual, Campus Sense, Exam Ethics Excel Guidebook for Students and Letter form Necropolis and Charter of Education Reforms .

 Exam Ethics Marshals,
Cameroon National Conference,Younde, Cameroon. 

 WHAT MARSHALS STAND FOR.

  • Ethics, integrity and best practices in admission, training, examination, certification, registration, regulation and administrative processes in education.
  • Ethics, integrity and best practices in all evaluation and assessment processes in education and other areas of human endeavor.
  • Ethical self- regulation and discipline in duty posts.
  • Unwavering insistence on best practices in spheres of operational and leadership influence.
  • Being models of integrity to pupils, students and colleagues with exemplary character and actions.
  • Mentorship of students with early-warning guidance against exam malpractice and campus cultism.
  • Blowing the whistle towards identification, detection, prevention of examination malpractice and academic dishonesty.
  Dr Theodore V.K Brown (L), Pioneer Coordinator and Lovette Azano Tucker ( R ) Pioneer Secretary,
Exam Ethics Marshals of Cuttington University, Liberia
  • Active participation in efforts to end campus cultism and save lives of students.
  • Active participation and contributions to campaigns against corruption.
  • Active participation in advocating, formulating and implementing safe school policies, strategies and protocols.
  • Win-win conflict resolution in educational institutions to avoid escalation, strike actions disruptions and shutdowns of institutions.
  • Participation in efforts to mobilize, inspire and organize education stakeholders to leverage their population, brain power, organizational ability and network to move away from being passive political watchers to being pro-active political playmakers and game changers by bonding, speaking and working together to elect education and ethics-friendly courageous political leaders.
  • Compliance with all extant rules, regulations and laws of the institution, society and country.

 WHAT MARSHALS STAND AGAINST.

  • Admission racketeering.
  • Extortion of money from students.
  • Handout racket.
  • Cash and carry exam administration.
  • Leakage of exam question papers.
  • Collusion and mass cheating.
      
Terry Founding, Country Director,
Exam Ethics Marshals International, Cameroon.
  • Non-disclosure of names of rogue exam administrators.
  • Impersonation by examination mercenaries.
  • Sell of marks, grades, honorary degrees.
  • Sex-for-grade malpractice
  • Monetization of continuous assessment processes.
  • Alternative-to-practical examinations.
  • Dry laboratory practical examinations
  • Project work malpractice.
  • IGR as primary objective of sandwich and part time courses.
  • Cash and carry accreditation processes.
Nngoma  Godfrey Wallace , Country Director,
Exam Ethics Marshals International, Tanzania.
  • Forgery and falsification of certificates.
  • Licensing and approval malpractices
  • Approval and accreditation of magic centres
  • Involvement of communities in organizing exam malpractice
  • Missing script scams.
  • Clearance fees rackets.
  • Result reconciliation scams.
  • Falsification of research.
  • Campus cultism.
  • Politicization of education policies and programmes.
  • Inconsistency in policy formulation and implementation.
  • High turnover of political heads in education.

ELIGIBILITY.

Applicants are first admitted as Exam Ethics Marshal Designates which qualify them to commence on-line training. Successful completion of the training qualifies designate for certification, induction and inauguration as a Marshal if they volunteer. The minimum requirements for enlistment as Designate to commence training include:

  • Minimum educational qualification (National Certificate in Education, Higher National Diploma, First Degree or equivalent professional qualification).
  • Clear and verifiable identification, place of work and institutional affiliation.
  • Verifiable attestation by CEO or senior official not below Departmental Head of affiliated institution or by a certified Exam Ethics Marshal.

 

 Inauguration of Exam Ethics Marshals, of Delta State, Nigeria.

SUCCESS STORY.

The Exam Ethics Marshals Movement is an outstanding success story in terms of impact. The rigorous admission and training processes as well as the required high level of commitment to ethical self-regulation and discipline have resulted in very high demand for Marshals in many countries for:

  • Leadership and management positions in institutions (many institutions now have accredited Marshals as Vice Chancellors, Rectors, Provosts, Principals, Deans, HODs, etc.)
  • Education reform initiatives.
  • Monitoring of internal examinations in institutions and public examinations organized by public exam bodies.
  • Invigilation and supervision of examinations.
  • Election monitoring duties.
  • Conduct of staff recruitment interviews
  • Assessment of competitive tenders
  • Conflict resolution assignments
  • Resource persons for best practices summits and conferences
  • Facilitation of Special Projects on Ethics and Integrity initiatives.

It pays to be a certified and accredited Marshal.

  Inauguration of Exam Ethics Marshals, of Rivers State, Nigeria.

 APPLY.

Complete and submit the application form for enlistment as Exam Ethics Marshals Designate. The information provided is analyzed to decide on the eligibility or otherwise for the applicant to be admitted to commence training as a designate.

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 EXAM ETHICS MARSHAL DESIGNATE

                                                                          

Yes, I am interested in enlisting as Exam Ethics Marshal and hereby apply to commence training as a Designate. I understand that this application qualifies me for admission as Marshal Designate/Trainee to be certified, inducted and inaugurated as full Marshal on successful completion of the training program if I so volunteer.If found eligible, I undertake to abide by the code of ethical self-regulation and discipline in my duty post; to unwavering insistence to best practices in my sphere of operational and leadership influence; and to being model and mentor to pupils, students and colleagues.
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START EXAM ETHICS STUDENTS CLUB

START EXAM ETHICS STUDENTS CLUB IN YOUR INSTITUTION. AND WIN AMBASSADORS AWARD, LISTING IN PIONEERS’ HALL OF FAME.

Exam Ethics Students Clubs in educational institutions constitute the most fundamental institutional structure of the Exam Ethics Marshals Movement because it is the vehicle and platform for sowing seeds of ethics and integrity in the fertile minds of pupils and students; for raising transformational leaders of tomorrow with character to shun malpractices and corruption; for defending integrity of education. In addition to these primary goals, Exam Ethics Students Clubs offer practical leadership training to students and pupils.

Through the clubs, various programs like debates, dramas, seminars, lectures, workshops, musicals and other special events are implemented to drive home the lessons of exam ethics and the dangers of exam malpractice. Join the revolution today. Take the bull by the horn to defend integrity of education. Champion the establishment of exam ethics club in your institution if it is not already in existence. Pioneers of successful establishment of chapter of Exam Ethics Students Club in institutions qualify for Exam Ethics Ambassador Award, presentation of Certificate of Honor as Exam Ethics Ambassador, listing in Exam Ethics Pioneers Hall of Fame (online). Certain categories of pioneers also receive cash prizes donated by Exam Ethics Development Fund.

Exam Ethics Students Club
  of Babcock University, 
Illeshan-Remo, Ogun State, Nigeria.

 HISTORY.

Founded in 1996 in Nigeria by Ike Onyechere, MFR, Exam Ethics Marshals International is a global not-for-profit, non-governmental, membership organization of education stakeholders dedicated to promoting exam ethics, defending integrity of education and combating exam malpractice, academic dishonesty and campus cultism. The institutional structure of the Movement stands on three legs: Exam Ethics Marshals, Exam Ethics Students and Exam Ethics Friend and Partner Institutions. Of the three, Exam Ethics Students is the most fundamental because their sustained exposure to benefits of exam ethics and dangers of exam malpractice from early childhood to higher education sow seeds of integrity in their fertile minds which germinate to raise champions of integrity and social transformation built on strong foundation of zero tolerance for corruption.

EXAM ETHICS STUDENTS.

Exam Ethics Students are students who commit to philosophy and principles of Exam Ethics Marshals Movement; to working hard to pass their exams based on exam ethics compliant principles; and to rejection of all forms of exam malpractice.

 

    Exam Ethics Students Club of
Imo State University,
   Owerri,  Imo State, Nigeria.

EXAM ETHICS STUDENTS CLUB.

Exam Ethics Students Clubs are established in Primary, Secondary and tertiary institutions as vehicles for sustained propagation of exam ethics campaign and as platform for inculcating exam ethics ideologies in pupils and students at an early age. The fundamental principles and philosophies of Exam Ethics Club are driven by the statements of Rahma Krambo and Ralph Waldo Emerson. According to Krambo “Ideas are seeds. They germinate and grow into trees, which re-seed and produce whole trees and forests” while Emerson said “the mind, once stretched by a new idea, never returns to its original dimensions.”

ESTABLISHMENT AND SUPERVISION.

The establishment of Exam Ethics Students Clubs in primary, secondary and tertiary institutions constitutes one of the cardinal programmes of the school chapter of Exam Ethics Marshals. Usually only Heads of Institutions, Certified Exam Ethics Marshals or Marshals-Designates are granted approval establish and supervise Exam Ethics Clubs in schools. This is because effective exam ethics mentoring of pupils and students flows from knowledge and understanding of the vision, mission, ideologies, principles and programs of exam ethics campaign.

 

    Exam Ethics Students Club of
Hope International School, Abakiliki,
Ebonyi State, Nigeria.
                                                            

PATRONS AND EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEMBERS.

In addition to other goals, Exam Ethics Clubs offer practical leadership training to students and pupils. In addition to the Marshal(s)or Marshals-Designate assigned the responsibility of supervising Exam Ethics Clubs, the Head of Institution and other persons of proven integrity are also appointed as Patrons. The Executive Committee members of the Club, including President, Vice President, Secretary, Assistant Secretary, Financial Secretary, Publicity Secretary and Social Secretary, are elected from among the students who are members of the Club.

RESOURCE BOOKS.

The resource books for Exam Ethics Students programmes include, but not restricted to: Exam Ethics Excel Guidebook for Students(how to Excel in Exams based on ethics compliant success principles), Campus Sense (early warning Anti-Cult Security and Counseling Guidebook for Students), Letter from Necropolis

(story of former student cultist warning other students to learn from his horrible experience and never experiment with campus cultism) and Safe School Manual (comprehensive body of knowledge on safe school tips). The books are recommended reading for all Exam Ethics Student and excellent sendoff gifts.

IDENTIFICATION MATERIALS.

In addition to membership certificates, Exam Ethics Students are provided with identification materials that may include, but not restricted to: t-shirts, face caps, pin-up buttons. The National Secretariats provide approved samples to ensure uniformity.

PROGRAMS.

Exam Ethics Clubs organize programmes that include, but not restricted to, debates, dramas, seminars, lectures, workshops, musicals, sendoffs with the central themes of promoting exam ethics, defending integrity of education and combating exam malpractice.

Exam Ethics Students Club of
Federal College of Education,
Eha-Amafu,  Enugu  State, Nigeria.

MEMEBERSHIP.

Marshals are required to train and mentor students to understand

That Examination Ethics is the respect for the rules, regulations, conduct, ethics and moral principles governing all forms examination, assessment and evaluation systems in all sectors of human endeavor; to understand the Exam Ethics Law of Success which states Exam Ethics promotes success by promoting ethical values, competence, and competitive advantage”; and to understand the benefits of exam ethics including:

  • Leads to development of culture of hard work to excel in examinations and other endeavors on your own merit.
  • Results of exams serve as compass for discovering your special talents and skills.
  • Ensure good performance and succeed in chosen profession, vocation and business.
  • Equipment with the knowledge to defend certificates, pass job interviews and deliver award-winning performance in job situations.
  • Prevents cancellation of results by exam boards for involvement in exam malpractice with negative consequences for educational and career progress.
  • Compliance with zero tolerance policies and laws against exam malpractice to avoid disgrace of suspension, expulsion, disqualification, sack or imprisonment.
  • Being proud ambassador of family, school and country to earn the respect and love of family, teachers and friends.
  • Development of self-confidence to depend on personal abilities to actualize plans and achieve sustainable success.
  • Building foundation for development as credible future leader with reputation for requisite character and integrity to champion anti-corruption and social transformation initiatives.
  • Achievement of destiny by allowing God’s divine plan to manifest.
Group Picture of Students of Invited Secondary Schools In Abuja at the 2019
Exam Ethics National Consultative Conference in Abuja, Nigeria.

Marshals are required top train and mentor students to understand

that examination malpractice is any act of omission or commission which compromises the validity, reliability and integrity of any examination, assessment or evaluation system; to understand the Examination Malpractice Law of Failure which states that “Examination Malpractice promotes failure by promoting corruption, incompetence and competitive disadvantage”; and to understand

the dangers of exam malpractice including:

  • Inability to develop culture of hard work to excel in examinations and other endeavors on your own merit.
  • Prevents using of results of exams as compass to discover your talents and skills.
  • Poor performance and failure in your chosen profession, vocation and business.
  • Inability to defend certificates, pass job interviews and perform well in job situations.
  • Exposure to risking future educational and career advancement by having results cancelled by exam boards for involvement in exam malpractice.
  • Exposure to risk of disgrace of suspension, expulsion, disqualification, sack or imprisonment for non-compliance with exam malpractice laws and regulations
  • Being bad ambassador of family, school and country with consequential loss of respect and love of family, teachers and friends.
  • Lack of self-confidence in personal abilities to successfully actualize plans
  • Sowing seeds of criminal behavior that germinates and develops into future involvement in fraudulent and corrupt practices.
  • Thwarts achievement of destiny by preventing God’s divine plan to manifest.

JOIN THE RECOLUTION TODAY.

Imagine for a moment, the revolution in ethics, quality and standards that will be unleashed in your institution and your country in terms of raising leaders of tomorrow with character to shun corruption and competence to deliver transformation if every student commits to ideology of exam ethics.  Imagine the impact in terms of laying the strong human resource foundation for sustainable development of the country. Surely, you will be proud to have contributed to such revolutionary impact as an educator. Take the bull by the horn today. Champion the establishment of exam ethics club in your institution if it is not already in existence. The Nigerian National Council on Education endorsed the establishment of Exam Ethics Students Clubs in educational institutions on 3rd December, 2003.

   Exam Ethics Students Club of
Ebonyi State University, 
    Abakiliki, Ebonyi State, Nigeria.

ELIGIBILITY, PROCESS AND AWARD.

  • All public and private basic, secondary and tertiary educational institutions are encouraged to establish chapters of Exam Ethics Students Clubs.
  • Heads of educational institutions are eligible to apply to establish a chapter if it is not already in existence in the institution.
  • Certified Exam Ethics Marshals and Marshals-Designate are eligible to establish and supervise Exam Ethics Students Clubs with the authorization of Head of Institution.
  • To start the process of establishing a club, complete and return the online expression of interest form for establishment of Exam Ethics Students Clubs by clicking on examethicsmarshals.org/startstudentsclub.
  • To start the process of enlisting as Marshal-Designate, visit examethicsmarshals.org/enlist to complete and return the enlistment form.

Pioneers of successful establishment of Exam Ethics Chapters in institutions qualify for

  • Exam Ethics Ambassador Award
  • Presentation of Certificate of Honor as Exam Ethics Ambassador.
  • Listing in Exam Ethics Pioneers Hall of Fame (online)
  • Cash prize from Exam Ethics Development Fund for certain categories of pioneers.
     Exam Ethics Students Club
of Redeemer Teap International School,
 Abuja, Nigeria.
          

 APPLY 

Complete and submit the application form for Establishment of Exam Ethics Students Club. The information provided is analyzed and approval is given or declined.

 

APPLICATION FORM FOR ESTABLISHMENT OF

EXAM ETHICS STUDENTS CLUB.

                                                                               

Yes, I am interested in establishing a chapter of Exam Ethics Students Club in my Institution. I understand that the core objectives of the Club include sowing seeds of integrity in the fertile minds of pupils and students in general and promoting culture of exam ethics in particular. I also understand that this application must be endorsed by Head of the Institution if it is not forwarded by the Head. If granted approval, I undertake to abide by the rule of engagement of Exam Ethics Marshals Movement.
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Exam Ethics Marshals International.

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CAMPUS SENSE PROJECT

EXAM  ETHICS  MARSHALS  INTERNATIONAL.

CAMPUS SENSE PROJECT (CSP).

FOR ENDING CAMPUS CULTISM AND EXAM MALPRACTICE.

 

THANK YOU FOR JOINING OTHER LEADERS OF CONSCIENCE

TO SPONSOR IMPLEMENTATION OF ACTION PLANS

TO END CAMPUS CULTISM AND EXAM MALPRACTICE 

UNDER THE CAMPUS SENSE PROJECT (CSP)

 

 

The CSP 7-Point Action Plan includes the distribution of three anti-cult and exam ethics early warning and counseling guidebooks to students and libraries in secondary and tertiary institutions:

1.Campus Sense (Early Warning Anti-Cult Security and Counseling Guidebook for students, Parents and Educators)

2.Letter from Necropolis (Story of former Student Cultist Narrating his Horrible Experiences and Appealing to Students Never to Experiment with Cultism)

3.Exam Ethics Excel Guidebook for Students (How Students Can Excel in Exams and Discover their Talents based on Ethics Compliant Principles).

 

The cost of a set of the three books including logistics and delivery is N5000. (Five Thousand Naira Only.)

 

Impact Assessment Report of a 20-year pilot program confirm that your donation towards gifting a set of the books to a student  or library can save a life.

The books can be delivered directly to you for onward delivery to students/institutions/libraries of your choice. The books can also be delivered directly to institutions of your choice in line with your specific instructions.

As donor, you automatically qualify for enlistment and announcement as Distinguished Member of Compact of Leaders of Conscience (CLC) for Promoting Campus Safety, Exam Ethics and Saving Lives unless you elect to remain anonymous.

 

CONFIRMED MEMBERS OF CAMPUS SENSE PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION TASK TEAM AS AT SEPT 1, 2020.

 

  1. Gen M. A. Efeovbokhan (rtd)
  2. Sam Orji, ACP (rtd), Psc, Ph.D
  3. Dr Amy Panyi (National Commission for Colleges of Education)
  4. Abednego Ekoko (Special Adviser to Governor of Delta State)
  5. Salihu Yahaya (Former Director, Department of Quality Assurance, FCT.
  6. Abdulhamid Shehu (Deputy Director, FCT Secondary Education Board)
  7. Fumilayo Adeyemi, News Agency of Nigeria
  8. Daniel Adejo, Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria
  9. Kelvin Ebhonuaye, Nigeria Television Authority.
  10. Ibrahim Jamiu, Ethics Resource Centre Nigeria.
  11. Ugonna N. Okorie , Legal Practitioner.
  12. Ike Onyechere, MFR, Exam Ethics Marshals Intl.(Coordinating Agency)

 

 

LIST OF AGENCIES THAT SUPPORTED, FACILITATED AND PARTICIPATED IN THE ORGANIZATION OF 2019 NATIONAL CONFERENCES OF EDUCATION LEADERS ON  ACTION PLANS FOR ENDING CAMPUS CULTISM AND EXAM MALPRACTICE 

 

  1. Federal Ministry of Education
  2. National Commission for Colleges of Education
  3. National Universities Commission
  4. National Board for Technical Education
  5. Joint Admission and Matriculation Board
  6. FCT Department of Quality Assurance
  7. Nigeria Police Force
  8. Nigeria Television Authority
  9. News Agency of Nigeria
  10. Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria
  11. Ethics Resource Centre Nigeria
  12. Exam Ethics Marshals International (Coordinating Agency).

 

 

CAMPUS SENSE PROJECT FACT SHEET.

 

1.The 2019 Confab on Development of Action Plans for Ending Campus Cultism and Exam Malpractice held in Abuja in two phases: Sept (24th to 26th) and Dec (9th to 13th) 2019 was supported and facilitated by critical education agencies and stakeholders, all of whom presented position papers.

 

2.The Conference confirmed that campus cultism is now a major source of insecurity, criminality, violence, deviant behavior, exam malpractice and killings in institutions; fast spreading to primary and secondary schools; and to creeks and streets. Confirming Vanguard Newspapers report of Dec 2, 2019 that cult-related incidents resulted in over 10,000 deaths within and outside campuses between 1996 and 2019.

 

3.The Conference also confirmed that the major reasons for spread of cultism to include: lack of early warning counsel to students on dangers of campus cultism; parents and educators lacking knowledge of dynamics of campus cultism to deliver effective early warning to children and students; and teachers in basic and secondary schools not trained on use of anti-cult early warning and intervention toolkits

 

4.The Conference considered and commended the Impact Assessment Report of the 20-year pilot program involving distribution of ant-cult early-warning counseling guidebooks to matriculating students in selected tertiary institutions under the Campus Sense Project which confirmed that the guidebooks achieved 100% success rate in empowering students to say no to campus cultism and exam malpractice.

 

5.The Conference recommended a 20-point action plan for ending exam malpractice and a 50-point action plan for ending campus cultism including distribution of anti-cult and exam ethics early-warning guidebooks enriched with proceedings of 2019 Conference and which has been successfully reviewed by National Commission for Colleges of Education (NCCE).

 

6.The implementation of seven (7) of the action plans including distribution of the early-warning guidebooks to students, teachers and libraries has commenced under the Campus Sense Project (CSP) which is coordinated by a high-powered task team of representatives of facilitating and supporting agencies.

 

 

CORE COMPONENTS OF THE CAMPUS SENSE PROJECT

 

 

  1. Pilot program involving distribution of ant-cult early-warning counseling guidebooks to matriculating students in selected tertiary institutions over a period of 20 years and monitoring the impact. (Done)

 

  1. Impact Assessment Report of the pilot program at the 2019 Confab which confirmed that the guidebooks achieved 100% success rate in empowering students to say no to campus cultism. (Done)
  2. Enriching new editions of the guidebooks with proceedings of the 2019 Consultative Conference and their successful review by National Commission of Colleges of Education. (Done)
  3. Distribution of anti-cult and exam ethics early warning guidebooks to all 2020/21 matriculating students (eventually to all students) and libraries of Education Ministries, Agencies and Institutions in Nigeria.(in progress)
  4. Development of Anti-Cult Early Warning and Intervention toolkits to be used by teachers to forestall spread of cultism to Basic and Secondary Schools to be eventually integrated into curriculum of Colleges of Education. (Development work in Progress in partnership with National Commission for Colleges of Education)
  5. Training of teachers on use of Anti-Cult Early Warning and Intervention toolkits to forestall spread of cultism to Basic and Secondary Schools.
  6. Intensification of campus safety and exam ethics orientation, enlightenment, mentorship programs for students in secondary and tertiary institutions.
  7. Incentivizing campus cult groups to transform and embrace culture of peaceful, humanitarian social campus clubs (fraternities and sororities).

 

 

OVERVIEW OF EXAM ETHICS AND CAMPUS CULT EARLY WARNING GUIDEBOOKS

 

 

1.CAMPUS SENSE

Campus Sensethe early warning anti-cult security and counseling guidebook for students, parents and educators, equips students with facts and current realities of the dangers of campus cults to successfully resist being tricked into enlisting as members. It provides students who were deceived into enlisting with enlightenment and encouragement to renounce their membership. The book also equips parents and educators with body of knowledge to effectively provide early guidance and counseling to children and students to understand and successful navigate the dangers of cultism. 

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2.LETTER FROM NECROPOLIS.

Letter from Necropoliswhich profiles the horrible, near-death experiences of former student cultists, compliments Campus Sense by providing lessons and early-warning guides to students to avoid experimentation with cultism. The books also provide parents and educators with the comprehensive body of knowledge for delivering effective anti-cult guidance and counseling to children and students.

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3.EXAM ETHICS EXCEL GUIDEBOOK FOR STUDENTS.

Exam Ethics Excel Guidebook for Studentsprovides students with comprehensive body of knowledge and 20 laws of success for excelling in exams and discovering their talents based on ethics compliant principles. It profiles common errors students commit in exams, and how to avoid such errors. The book, which helps to dramatically reduce exam malpractice, is also useful resource for teachers to refocus their technique to ensure better performance of their students in examinations.

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ENDORSEMENT OF EARLY WARNING GUIDEBOOKS.

“…The National Commission for Colleges of Education is pleased to have partnered with Exam Ethics Marshals International to facilitate the 2019 Conference of Education Leaders on Development of Action Plans for Ending Campus Cultism and Exam Malpractice…the Campus Sense and Letter from Necropolis anti-cult early-warning guidebooks for students have been successfully reviewed by the Commission. The enrichment of the books with proceedings of the Conference is highly commended…”

 

-Prof. Bappa Aliyu Mohammadu, Executive Secretary.

National Commission for Colleges of Education (NCCE).

 

ABOUT EXAM ETHICS MARSHALS INTERNATIONAL.

EEMI is a non-governmental, not-for-profit membership organization of ethics-friendly education stakeholders founded in Nigeria in 1996, committed to promoting exam ethics and campus safety and to eradication of exam malpractice and campus cultism. The Movement is an outstanding success story in terms of mobilizing ethics-friendly education stakeholders to volunteer, bond and work together to promote best practices in admission, teaching, examination, certification, registration and regulation processes in education. Exam Ethics Marshals commit to code of ethical self-regulation and discipline in their duty posts; to unwavering insistence on best practices in their spheres of operational and leadership influence; and to being models and mentors to pupils, students and colleagues.

 

 

Please visit www.examethicsmarshals.org; training.examethicsmarshals.org ;www.examethicsblog.com  for more information on EEMI.

 

CONTACT

Ike Onyechere, MFR

Founding Chairman, EEMI & Task Team Leader, CSP

Exam Ethics Marshals International,

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