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  • Diagnostic tools

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    Several tools are available to decision-makers for the measurement of corrupt practices within the education sector.

  • Targeting pro-poor incentives

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    In the efforts made to progress towards the EFA goals, educational incentives – e.g. school grants, scholarships, special allowances or subsidies, free textbooks or school meals – are regarded as key tools to reach the individuals, schools, and areas most in need.

  • Academic integrity

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    Varieties of academic fraud include cheating in high-stakes examinations, plagiarism, credentials fraud, and misconduct in reform policies, as documented in IIEP’s publication 'Combating Academic Fraud: Towards a culture of integrity.'

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  • Our topics

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    In addition to knowledge production and management, ETICO provides guidance and country-level support on corruption issues in education.

  • Mapping of risks

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    Corruption in education is sector-wide. It may be found in all areas of educational planning and management – school financing, recruitment, promotion and appointment of teachers, building of schools, supply and distribution of equipment and textbooks, admission to universities, and so on.

  • Databases on corruption

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  • Sharing knowledge

    Sharing knowledge

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    To better promote the circulation of up-to-date knowledge on the issue of ethics and corruption in education, ETICO offers a rich network of resources to mine, track, and share.

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  • ETICO Connect

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