Patterns of development and use of codes of conduct for teachers in 24 countries

Patterns of development and use of codes of conduct for teachers in 24 countries

Publisher: IIEP
Serie: Ethics and corruption in education
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This booklet presents the results of an international survey on codes of conduct for teachers across 24 countries in 5 continents. Its aim is to provide assistance to countries wishing to develop codes of conduct for educational personnel. The survey involved two questionnaires - one for countries with a code, and one for countries without. The major findings include: perspectives on the purpose of a code; its intended users; its content, design, implementation, and distribution (and problems encountered during these different phases); and its overall impact. The use of two questionnaires (for countries with and without codes) allows differences between actual and ideal situations to be easily identified, thus providing information that may be useful in designing and implementing codes.

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Authors McKelvie-Sebileau, Pippa Muriel Poisson
Country Brazil Burkina Faso Canada Chile Costa Rica Côte d'Ivoire Eritrea Germany Guyana Ireland India Jamaica Kenya Malaysia Mali Morocco Peru Poland Senegal Singapore South Africa Sweden USA Viet Nam
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Date of publication 2011
Number of pages 44 p.

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