The board of examiners must safeguard the quality of the assessments in terms of reliability, validity and transparency. If fraud is committed, the reliability of the test results can no longer be guaranteed. Preventing and detecting fraud and taking appropriate measures if fraud is detected has everything to do with ensuring the quality of testing. It is a responsibility that lies with both the management (care, quality assurance; Dutch: kwalitietszorg) and the examination board (safeguarding; Dutch: kwaliteitsborging).
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