According to the committee, education stakeholders raised questions about a number of schools where cheating in last year's exams is alleged to have taken place.
The committee commenced investigations into alleged examinations cheating in the last year's Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE), which raised eyebrows after some schools recorded a sharp increase in mean grades.
The committee said schools accused of condoning irregularities during the hearings would have an opportunity to tell their story.
Nyamira Woman Rep Jerusha Momanyi said the team, which began sittings in Nakuru on Monday, will table its report within two months. She said the report would lay ground for radical measures to guide how national examinations are managed.
Lugari MP Nabwera Nabii said the team engaged experts to validate received claims.
He said the experts would analyse data on schools' performances while subjecting information gathered to parameters used to determine the natural increase in mean grades. "The general feeling is that there is a problem in our examination management systems."
Moiben MP Phylis Bartoo said if not checked, cheating will dent the integrity of the country's education system.
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