This paper examines the students' perceptions regarding unethical practices in the Romanian educational system. This research topic is highly sensitive, because it is about teachers' deviations from norms and malpractices.
The case study introduces a brief analysis and reflections on anti-corruption educational activities carried out in Lithuania by the Modern Didactics Center, an educational NGO, in cooperation with national and international partners during the period of 2002-2008.
Education is commonly thought to be a haven for the young. No matter how unstable the polity, no matter how dismal the prospects for the economy, education investments are often treated as sacrosanct. This is one reason for the popularity of education as part of foreign aid.
In Finland, The National Advisory Board on Research Ethics published a document "Good scientific practice and procedures for handling misconduct and fraud in science" in 2002. All universities have agreed to follow the exact procedures defined in the document.
This book documents the importance and extent of academic fraud. It identifies major varieties of academic fraud such as cheating in high stakes examinations, plagiarism, credentials fraud, and misconduct in reform policies.
Eckstein, Max A.
Paris, UNESCO, 2003
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