New ethical approach to combat widespread corruption in education

New ethical approach to combat widespread corruption in education


Widespread corruption is not confined to politics and big business; it exists in education, even in Europe’s mature democracies, touching every level of education in every European state.
Numerous high-profile allegations of plagiarism in Germany, professors at a Greek university imprisoned for embezzling 8 million euros, a study showing dormitory managers in Romania being bribed to secure student accommodation and another revealing that 40% of students in 18 of Moscow’s largest, higher-educat...


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