Phuket poll: How to steer kids clear of “corruption mindset’?

PHUKET: On the occasion of National Children’s Day celebrated in Phuket and throughout Thailand last weekend, a survey by Suan Dusit Rajabhat University revealed that teachers play a “crucial” role in the development of an “anti-corruption mentality” in children.

In the latest Phuket Gazette online poll, we ask readers who plays the most important role in instilling an “anti-corruption” mentality in our youth? Is it religious leaders? Teachers? Parents and guardians?

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— News editor

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