VOL. 2, NO. 3, PGS. 7–15


Corruption in Education
A conversation with Muriel Poisson

This interview was conducted by Javier Toro.

Muriel Poisson is responsible for the project on ethics and corruption in education at UNESCO's International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP). She is also co-author of Corrupt Schools, Corrupt Universities: What to do? and runs the online resource platform ETICO.

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Is corruption in education different from corruption in other areas? What is special about corruption in education?

Some of the corruption in education is no different from what one finds in other public sectors. Diversion of funds for private purposes, for example, is a malpractice one finds in education, but also in other public sectors such as water or roads. Nor is the payment of bribes to [...]

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It should be noted that there are other forms of corruption, such as the practice of copying the examination of another student. It's a pretty widespread practice, at all educational levels. It's hard to fight

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