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Macao, China, China, Bahrain, Kazakhstan, Hong Kong China
Mary Beth Marklein - University World News
The United States firm that owns the SAT, a college entrance exam accepted by many US colleges and universities, cancelled plans to administer the test this weekend at centres in China and Macau following concerns that some students may have obtained information about questions in advance. Tests scheduled to be administered Saturday in Bahrain and Kazakhstan also were cancelled. Students in Hong Kong sat for the test Saturday as scheduled.
This special edition of the Corruption Fighters' Tool Kit presents a diverse collection of youth education experiences mainly from civil society organisations. Although approaching the topic from different angles, including moral or value education...
This toolkit from Transparency International, published in December 2004, includes examples of youth education experiences from 11 countries. Education is central to preventing corruption, and thus young people, as the potential leaders of tomorrow...
Berlin, Transparency International, 2004
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