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UNESCO: corruption in education

Hallak , Jacques and Poisson, Muriel. Corruption in education: breaking the taboo.(2007). UNESCO’s International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP).

This report is based on six years of research and the personal experience of the authors in over 60 countries. The authors analyse corruption from a bottom-up approach pointing out the way forward and outline anti-corruption strategies. Some success stories to fight corruption are also included.

The report is supported by UNESCO’s International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP) and  describes of all sort of corruption faced by the educational system across the world, such as bribery in teacher recruitment, embezzlement of funds destined for education, faked calls for tender, illegal registration fees, academic fraud, and the list continue.