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ETINED - Council of Europe - Platform on Ethics, Transparency and Integrity in Education - Volume 2 - Ethical principles

ETINED - Council of Europe - Platform on Ethics, Transparency and Integrity in Education - Volume 2 - Ethical principles (2016)

Ian Smith, Tom Hamilton

ISBN 978-92-871-8310-1
Type of document : Book
Format : Paper
Size : 16 x 24 cm
Language : English
Number of pages : 64

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ETINED - Council of Europe - Platform on Ethics, Transparency and Integrity in Education - Volume 2 - Ethical principles

ETINED - Council of Europe - Platform on Ethics, Transparency and Integrity in Education - Volume 2 - Ethical principles

There is currently worldwide concern over corruption in education. This concern touches all member states and all levels of education.

There is today general recognition of the adverse effects of unethical behaviour in the field of education at all levels and in all countries. While the main stakeholders agree on the need to combat corruption in education, there are diverging opinions on how to achieve this.

What are the ethical principles on which education policy in Europe today should be based? How can we achieve genuine ethics, transparency and integrity in schools and universities? What approach should be adopted to counter the various forms of corruption that affect the education sector at various levels?

This publication attempts to answer these questions, setting out the 14 ethical principles for education put forward by the Council of Europe Platform on Ethics, Transparency and Integrity in Education (ETINED), along with how they were developed and where they can be applied.

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There is currently worldwide concern over corruption in education. This concern touches all member states and all levels of education.

There is today general recognition of the adverse effects of unethical behaviour in the field of education at all levels and in all countries. While the main stakeholders agree on the need to combat corruption in education, there are diverging opinions on how to achieve this.

What are the ethical principles on which education policy in Europe today should be based? How can we achieve genuine ethics, transparency and integrity in schools and universities? What approach should be adopted to counter the various forms of corruption that affect the education sector at various levels?

This publication attempts to answer these questions, setting out the 14 ethical principles for education put forward by the Council of Europe Platform on Ethics, Transparency and Integrity in Education (ETINED), along with how they were developed and where they can be applied.

INTRODUCTION
1. ETINED: A COUNCIL OF EUROPE INITIATIVE
2. DISCUSSION OF THE METHODOLOGICAL APPROACH TO THE INITIAL DOCUMENTS FOR THE PLATFORM
3. ETHICS, INTEGRITY AND QUALITY EDUCATION: NOT A MECHANISTIC BUT A PRINCIPLES APPROACH
4. DEVELOPING THE PLATFORM: STATEMENTS OF ETHICAL PRINCIPLES AND DOCUMENTS ON ETHICAL BEHAVIOUR OF ALL ACTORS IN EDUCATION
5. ETHICAL PRINCIPLES
6. FORMS OF CORRUPTION
7. CONCLUSION
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