The International Institute for Education Policy, Planning and Management is participating in a new regional project Social Inequality and Integrity in Urban Public School Admission. The implementation of the project started in October 2021 and together with Georgia it involves partner organizations from Moldova, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan and Russia.

The project will carry out research aimed at to identify, analyze, and make appropriate recommendations for corrupt practices and vulnerabilities, causes, risks, and contributing factors. The research report would contain overview of school admission policies in 6 countries and mapping of school admission practices, vulnerabilities, and integrity risks.