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Integration of Anti-Corruption Education in School's Activities

Kokom Komalasari1 and Didin Saripudin1
  • 1 Faculty of Social Sciences Education, Indonesia University of Education, Bandung, Indonesia


The eradication of corruption is a long process, not only through law mechanism but also establishing new philosophy in form of seeding the logical reasoning and new values of free-corruption through formal education. By education, the character of anti-corruption will be created such as cultivating honesty, hard working, bravery, responsibility, independence, simplicity, justice and tolerance values. The article will describe how the anti-corruption education is integrated in school activities in Indonesia, namely in civic education and the habituation program at school. Articles based on the results of a naturalistic inquiry in middle and high school implementing anti-corruption education in Bandung, West Java, Indonesia. Therefore, the content of anti-corruption education material is included in civic education subject curriculum. Anti-corruption learning in civic education subject is done through contextual teaching and learning and value learning approaches. Besides that, module of anticorruption education, customization of anti-corruption value through honest canteen practice and creating anti-corruption climate at schools.

American Journal of Applied Sciences
Volume 12 No. 6, 2015, 445-451


Submitted On: 14 April 2015 Published On: 28 July 2015

How to Cite: Komalasari, K. & Saripudin, D. (2015). Integration of Anti-Corruption Education in School's Activities. American Journal of Applied Sciences, 12(6), 445-451.

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  • Anti-Corruption Education
  • School's Activities
  • Civic Education
  • Contextual Teaching and Learning