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Strengthening integrity and fighting corruption in education : Serbia.


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Publication date:
Paris : OECD, c2012.
  • Book
  • 138 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Includes bibliographical references.
  • Acronyms
  • Executive Summary
  • INTES and Report Rationale: Linking Integrity, Outcomes and Corruption
  • -Background
  • Assessment methodology
  • About this report
  • Chapter 1. Overview
  • -Serbian education and its integrity context
  • The education system
  • Reform impetus
  • The general integrity climate
  • Existing evidence on corruption in Serbian education
  • Chapter 2. Fair Access to Education
  • -Area of integrity concern #1: access and success in higher education
  • Factors driving demand
  • Factors creating opportunity
  • Chapter 3. Better Quality of Education
  • -Area of integrity concern #2: quality of teaching and learning in school
  • Factors driving demand
  • Factors creating opportunity
  • Chapter 4. Staff Policies and Management of Resources
  • -Area of integrity concern #3: school management and operation: revenues
  • Factors driving demand
  • Factors creating opportunity
  • Area of integrity concern #4: hiring and firing of staff
  • Salary, career structure and attractiveness of the profession
  • Entering the profession: staff selection and appointment
  • Keeping the job: redundant teachers
  • The school leadership: (re-)appointment of principals
  • Chapter 5. Capacity for Prevention and Detection
  • -Prevention and detection capacity in the education sector
  • Data and information
  • Transparency of budget formulation
  • Public procurement and textbooks
  • Accountability of higher education institutions
  • Integrity of standard-setting and quality assurance bodies
  • Codes of professional conduct
  • Stakeholder engagement in the governance of education institutions
  • National anti-corruption framework: how fit is it for the education sector
  • Criminalisation of corruption in education
  • Detection and prevention: specialised bodies and mechanisms
  • Chapter 6. Recommendations and Follow-Up
  • -Addressing demand for fairer access to education (Chapter 2)
  • Access to higher education
  • Access to financial support
  • Assessment and academic standards.
  • Addressing demand for better quality of education (Chapter 3)
  • Curriculum and learning time
  • Quality of teaching
  • Private tutoring
  • School inspections
  • Addressing demand for better management and staff policies (Chapter 4)
  • School management and operation
  • Staff policies
  • Closing opportunity gaps: strengthening prevention and detection capacity (Chapter 5)
  • Data and transparency
  • Textbooks
  • Higher education accountability
  • Integrity of standard-setting bodies
  • Codes of professional conduct.
  • Stakeholder engagement in the governance of education institutions
  • National anti-corruption framework
  • Next steps
  • Conclusion
  • Annex A. Summary of Main Recommendations for a Follow-Up
  • Annex B. Follow-Up Measures of the Serbian Authorities Undertaken after the INTES Assessment
  • Annex C. Preliminary Integrity Scan (Prints) of the Serbian Education System: Approach and Results
  • PRINTS: quantitative section (QNS)
  • -Interpretation limits
  • The OECD average
  • The PRINTS method
  • Pilot selection and application of indicators for PRINTS
  • PRINTS: qualitative section (QLS)
  • -PRINTS QLS Level I
  • System level demand analysis
  • Prevention and detection framework
  • PRINTS QLS: INTES Data and information grid with responses from the Serbian authorities
  • Annex D. Indicators on Private Tutoring in European Union Countries
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