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Cheating In Schools

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Cheating In Schools

Cheating In Schools

Cheating In Schools

Only Available in Archive Formats.

GUESTS: Louis Bloomfield Professor of Physics, University of Virginia Don McCabe Founding President, Center for Academic Integrity, Duke University Professor of Management Studies, Rutgers University Thomas Hall Senior at the University of Virginia Chair of the University of Virginia Honor Committee Advances in technology have changed he way students learn, and in some cases, how they cheat. Experts say the number of students turning in term papers downloaded from the internet is on the rise. But technology is also helping professors weed out cheaters in the classroom. And new computer programs are helping to find plagiarists. Is cheating on the rise in colleges?

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