Report: Schools around world dogged by corruption

06/7/2007 | Guardian (London), The

Corruption is common in schools and universities around the world and is seriously hurting many education systems, UNESCO warns in a new report. Problems include teachers paying bribes to get hired or promoted, and "ghost teachers" remaining on the payrolls in countries like Honduras and Papua New Guinea, the United Nations' cultural body said in the report.

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