Starting from March 20 until March 27, the National Assembly Education Committee will investigate alleged malpractices in the 2022 KCSE exam.
The committee has invited the public to submit their views orally or in writing from 11 counties.
The inquiry, led by Julius Melly, will cover nine terms of reference.
One of the main goals of the committee is to establish the trend of the 2022 KCSE exam performance compared to that of the previous years.
The committee will also determine whether there were any incidents of cheating or examination malpractices.
In addition, Melly and his team will investigate the measures implemented by the Ministry of Education and KNEC to combat cheating.
The MPs will also audit the Knec examination management system, including exam setting, printing, transportation, storage, and marking.
The committee will also assess the efficiency, effectiveness, and integrity of examination management officers from KNEC headquarters deployed to schools.
Furthermore, the lawmakers will consider reviewing the penalties for exam malpractice.
The committee will hold hearings in different regions starting from Nakuru on March 20 and ending in Wajir and Nairobi on March 27.