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Title: Public examination bodies and the exigencies of school-based assessment
Authors: Ibode, O. F.
Issue Date: Aug-2009
Publisher: Association of Vocational and Science Educators
Abstract: Literature has revealed that public examination bodies face numerous problems in the process of using school-based assessment scores for the certification of students. Therefore, there is need more than ever before, to evolve a sound method of integrating school-based assessment in the certification grades of secondary school students. Unfortunately, studies have shown that some teachers lacked competent experience in the practice of school-based assessment, while some award marks arbitrarily thereby bringing to question the validity and reliability of school-based assessment scores. This paper addresses the issues raised above and more, in order to ameliorate some of the problems.
ISSN: 1596-065X
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