Ethics and codes of conduct are important to guide the actions of individuals so that they can meet their aims and goals. Research involves many actors who need to work in a well-organized manner if the goal of the research is to be achieved. Adherence to ethical norms in research is important in a number of ways. First, it promotes the aim of the research by promoting the truth and avoids common errors. Secondly, it promotes the values necessary for collaborative work such as trust, respect, and accountability. According to Nigel (2008), during the Tuskegee Syphilis Study, researchers did not ask the subjects to provide informed consent for participation, and the government stopped them from proceeding with their study since it had negative impact to participants. Sarah Maddison began a research without introducing herself to the participants who were female students from a group of universities. She did not have an informed consent to prove the legitimacy of the project, leading the group of young women to send her away due to her unethical behaviour. Ethical issues concerning teachers and students in research can be handled by the teachers abiding to the correct code of ethics that involves engaging all the relevant stakeholders for example parents, education, and health ministries.