Global Corruption Report: Education
This report sheds light on the many shapes and forms that corruption in education can take. It shows that, in all cases, corruption in education acts as a dangerous barrier to high-quality education and social and economic development.
It jeopardises the academic benefits of higher education institutions and may even lead to the reputational collapse of a country’s entire higher education system. In order to assess the way forward, the report also highlights innovative approaches to combating corruption in education.
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