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dc.contributor.authorAdewale, J. G.-
dc.contributor.authorMajoku, G.E.A-
dc.contributor.authorEkuri, E.E-
dc.identifier.otherEducation for Today 4(1), pp. 69-77-
dc.description.abstractThis study examines the perception of secondary school students in Nigeria on the extent of teacher's involvement in academic dishonesty. Subjects were 4, 818 secondary school students in Nigeria.The study reveals that a greater proportion of the students view their teachers as being involved very often in dishonest practices academically. The study also indicates that inflation of continous assessment/examination scores tops the list in the eyes of student's the ways that terachers contribute to academic dishonesty. This is followed with conspiracy of teachers with both students and security officials during examination, exchange of answers for money, and teachers impersonating students in that order.en_US
dc.publisherFaculty of Education, University of Calabaren_US
dc.titleHow involved are teacher in academic dishonesty? a study in school effectiveness in Nigeriaen_US
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