Cheating scandals have pushed universities to tighten their academic integrity policies, implement stricter proctoring practices and even introduce new or revised honor codes, all in an effort to discourage students from cheating and plagiarism.
In two consecutive years, a principal of a middle school in New York, allegedly ordered teachers to give students up to twice the amount of allowed time for their English and Math state exams. The investigation surrounding the cheating incidents[...]
Students across the state of Florida recently shared writing prompt questions on social media. The writing section prompt of the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT) can be easily obtained by following related hash tags on Twitter.
In 2010, Noyes Education Campus principal, Adell Cothorne, instantly gets the word out regarding a cheating incident where teachers were erasing and correcting students’ test answers arbitrarily. The District of Columbia Schools chancellor learns[...]
Students at Scottish Universities, including Glasgow and Aberdeen, developed resourceful exam-cheating methods. An undergraduate students had answers written on tissue paper and then checked them in the university’s toilets. According to Daily[...]
92 US nuclear missile officers implicated in a growing exam cheating scandal.
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