Bangkok, Thailand – Thailand’s National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) hosted a roundtable discussion entitled ‘Strengthening Anti-Corruption Collaboration in the ASEAN Region’ on 10th December 2013 in Bangkok. The roundtable session was...
Developments of Anti-Corruption Education (ACE)
In addition to the development and implementation of Anti-Corruption Education (ACE) for Grades 10 to 12 at the upper secondary education levels which was officially launched and implemented since 2014-2015 school year; ACU has developed 12 additional modules on anti-corruption program for grades 7 to 9 of lower secondary education level. As a result, 200,000 students’text books were published. Moreover, 80 teachers selected from 24 municipal/provinces as core trainers for anti-corruption program at the lower secondary school levels were trained,in which this program shall be officially implemented from2016-2017 school year onwards.
ACE at the upper secondary school levels focused mainly on promoting the moraland clean value as well as to instill the spirits of fighting against corruption among the Cambodian children and youthsin the new generations,trying to ensure that ACE is being implemented with good quality and effectiveness in Cambodia nationwide.