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The Africa Education Watch has vowed to continue with its advocacy for improved examination standards despite the posturing of the West African Examination Council.

WAEC has denied findings of the latest survey of the education think-tank that the 2020 WASSCE questions leaked.

Executive Director of the Education Watch Kofi Asare has asked WAEC to take the report in good faith.


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