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Combatting corruption in education on a global front

Missing schools funds, ghost teachers, paying bribes to be admitted into universities and buying fake diplomas are just a few examples of the types of corruption which can be found in education systems around the world. While there is little accurate data on the hidden costs of corruption, it is estimated to be in millions … Continue reading

Combating ghost schools and other forms of corruption in education

READ MY BLOG ON THOMSON REUTERS FOUNDATION Skimping on materials used to construct schools; the registration of “ghost” schools, teachers and pupils; inflated and fake costs for producing and distributing textbooks; massive fraud during national exams, and payment of bribes to be admitted to universities – these are just some of the widespread forms of … Continue reading

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