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Bribery Reporting Plan Irks Teachers

July 9, 2009

A move by the Seoul education office to financially reward those who report on teachers who receive money or gifts from parents is being criticized for the negative impact it may have on teachers’ image.

The Seoul Metropolitan Office of Education announced last Sunday that it would put on public notice the planned ordinance to offer money worth up to 30 million won ($23,660) to those who report on corrupt acts committed by teachers or public servants working at the office.

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