This very question tried to answer representatives of the Civic Network OPORA and Ukrainian branch of the Network "Transparent education", which also participated the “Transparent Education Forum” in Macedonia from 19 to 21 of March 2012 with the support of the program “East - East: Partnership Beyond Borders” of the Renaissance international foundation.

The main purpose of the event – to help representatives of civic organizations, education and business of different countries in development of national strategic plans, aimed at increasing the transparency in education, to analyze obstacles which faced representatives and to exchange the best achievements in fighting corruption in educational sphere. These very achievements presented three leading international networks which work in the field of fighting corruption in education - TEN (“Transparent education”), ACSN SEE (“Anti-Corruption Student Network in Southeastern Europe”), GYAC (“Global Youth Anti-Corruption Network”).

Civic organizations were highly interested in methods of educational monitoring in Ukraine conducted by the Civic Network OPORA.

OPORA and NGO "Alliance" developed and presented the idea of pilot project, aimed at monitoring the access to public information in education. The project is planned to be realized in Donetsk and Cherkasy regions. On the basis of this monitoring will be developed recommendations for leading educational institutions in regions in order to secure access to the public information for applicants, students and their parents.

Detailed information:
Maryna Makukha