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.
- Gen M. A. Efeovbokhan (rtd)
- Sam Orji, ACP (rtd), Psc, Ph.D
- Dr Amy Panyi (National Commission for Colleges of Education)
- Abednego Ekoko (Special Adviser to Governor of Delta State)
- Salihu Yahaya (Former Director, Department of Quality Assurance, FCT.
- Abdulhamid Shehu (Deputy Director, FCT Secondary Education Board)
- Fumilayo Adeyemi, News Agency of Nigeria
- Daniel Adejo, Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria
- Kelvin Ebhonuaye, Nigeria Television Authority.
- Ibrahim Jamiu, Ethics Resource Centre Nigeria.
- Ugonna N. Okorie , Legal Practitioner.
- 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
- Federal Ministry of Education
- National Commission for Colleges of Education
- National Universities Commission
- National Board for Technical Education
- Joint Admission and Matriculation Board
- FCT Department of Quality Assurance
- Nigeria Police Force
- Nigeria Television Authority
- News Agency of Nigeria
- Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria
- Ethics Resource Centre Nigeria
- 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
- 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)
- 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)
- 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)
- 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)
- 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)
- Training of teachers on use of Anti-Cult Early Warning and Intervention toolkits to forestall spread of cultism to Basic and Secondary Schools.
- Intensification of campus safety and exam ethics orientation, enlightenment, mentorship programs for students in secondary and tertiary institutions.
- 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
Campus Sense, the 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.
2.LETTER FROM NECROPOLIS.
Letter from Necropolis, which 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.
3.EXAM ETHICS EXCEL GUIDEBOOK FOR STUDENTS.
Exam Ethics Excel Guidebook for Students, provides 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.
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.
Ike Onyechere, MFR
Founding Chairman, EEMI & Task Team Leader, CSP
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