Across the globe, the problem of corruption has been well documented and reported in public schools. This has been attributed to lack of transparency and accountability. Additionally, weak governance structures and absence / near absence of anti-corruption policies have been major setbacks. The book is meant to be a resource for educators and policymakers as schools across the globe continue their efforts to improve educational outcomes for their students. The anti-corruption strategies proposed herein, recognize the costs of corruption in schools across the globe. Therefore, the book provides important information and mechanisms to policymakers on how corruption can be prevented. As the socio-education environment in public schools’ changes, the anti-corruption strategies and models will require an urgent and constant update to provide useful guidance to practitioners and policymakers. In the work leading to this edition, the Author, focused on the latest anti-corruption researches to gain informed insights in providing practical solutions to the day to day corporate governance challenges public schools are facing.
Onesmus Nyaude was born in Mutare, Zimbabwe. He has a Degree in Sociology of Education at the University of Zimbabwe and a PhD from UNISA. A teacher by profession, college and university lecturer, Onesmus is also part of the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission as a researcher and practitioner.
Number of Pages:
LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Corruption, anti-corruption education, Strategies, learner academic achievement, corporate governance, Combating, Transparency and Accountability
EDUCATION / Administration