“Corruption in Education’’

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“Corruption in Education’’

Corruption has a negative impact on socio-economic development, building market economy and promotion of investment in a democratic state. It has a special negative impact on education, which is an integral part of any progress in all faucets. Major factors stimulating corruption in education may be classified as follows:·, Economic factors·, Social factors·, Non –,applicability of lawsBy joining the United Nations Convention Against Corruption, and by developing its own State Program to Combat Corruption, Azerbaijan has shown a good will to establish and enforce the strong legal frameworks to prevent corruption. Azerbaijan has also taken several important steps to develop legal framework of anti-corruption strategy including, the Law on Combating Corruption. Government should take relevant actions to increase accountability in education systems and within the civil service generally to combat corruption. Along with it, it should establish strict laws and regulations within which related judgment and punishment actions could be carried out. Young generation is mostly affected by corruption. Therefore, combating corruption in an education system in Azerbaijan is a challenging task for the Government and sufficient efforts are required to tackle with it.

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