Corruption risks of private tutoring: case of Georgia

  title={Corruption risks of private tutoring: case of Georgia},
  author={Magda Nutsa Kobakhidze},
  journal={Asia Pacific Journal of Education},
  pages={455 - 475}
  • M. N. Kobakhidze
  • Published 2 October 2014
  • Education
  • Asia Pacific Journal of Education
The paper focuses on teacher-supplied private tutoring in the context of post-Soviet Georgia, and elucidates the ways in which teacher-supplied private tutoring can be related to educational corruption. The paper draws on data from in-depth interviews of 18 school teachers in different parts of Georgia in 2013. The findings of the qualitative study indicate challenges that teachers face as a result of their dual lives between schools and private tutoring. The challenges include moral dilemmas… 

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