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It is a condition of enrolment that all prospective students have read and are familiar with the Code of Ethics and Conduct as stated by Montessori Institute. It is a public statement of the ethical principles, values and behaviours expected from both members and students of the Montessori Institute.
The Institute is committed to upholding the integrity of its academic programs and protecting its academic standards and reputation. Credit for prior learning is granted within the constraints of this commitment and where program structures and requirements permit.
Plagiarism involves using the work of another person and presenting it as if it is your own. Students may quote from or summarise someone else’s published work but only if they explicitly state this is what they are doing and give the precise publication details. Using unpublished material produced by someone else, even if that person has given you permission to do so, is plagiarism unless it is clearly acknowledged.
To ensure that the Montessori World Educational Institute (Australia) Inc has processes to enable student academic and non-academic complaints and grievances to be resolved as effectively, fairly, quickly and inexpensively as possible.