Breaches of integrity in teacher administration in Ghana

Author(s) : Kwarteng, Joseph Tufuor

Imprint : 2022

Collation : 18 p.

Series : International Journal for Educational Integrity, Volume 18, Article number 13

The study examines one type of breaches of integrity, namely using one’s authority in public office for personal gain (Hallak J & Poisson M. Corrupt schools, corrupt universities: what can be done? 2007), in the administration of teachers in Ghana. It was executed using an embedded mixed methods design with a population of 667 teachers employed by the Ghana Education Service (GES). A sample of 270 respondents was chosen by simple random sampling for the study.

  • Corruption, Bribery, Educational management, Integrity, Teachers
  • Ghana