How Georgia Stamped Out Corruption on Campus
First they fired the Education Ministry. Then came the hard part.
BY CHRISTOFER BERGLUND, JOHAN ENGVALL
SEPTEMBER 3, 2015
There was a joke that Georgians used to tell about a man visiting a professor. “My son is such an idiot, he will never pass your entrance exams,” the man says, to which the professor replies: “I bet you $1,000 that he will!” Kickbacks of this sort, whereby money changes hands under the table and both parties go about their business, had occurred in Georgia for decades.