For the second consecutive year, numerous California schools were flagged for the improper postings this year, including 16 schools where specific test questions or answers were…
It’s time to take cheating seriously, and nobody knows that more right now than Atlanta Public Schools, as the former Superintendent and 34 teachers were indicted by a grand jury today. Read the full story here, which includes a quote from Caveon’s John Fremer.
Schools and districts in California police themselves when it comes to test security. This story describes two schools where educators were found to have acted inappropriately. In both cases, the teachers involved have resigned or been fired.
Anyone who thinks that cheating is victimless should read this story. This perpetrator has cost one student at least six months’ wages. How many others were impacted?
Fifty-eight-year-old Clarence Mumford, who used to be an assistant principal at Humes Middle School and a guidance counselor at Hillcrest High School in Memphis, is named in a 45-count indictment charging him with wire fraud, conspiracy to defraud the United States and document fraud.
We use direct financial incentives to motivate so many different activities in life. No one expects workers in a fast food restaurant to flip burgers for free. No one expects teachers to show up and teach without getting paid.
Student expelled for sharing exam answers with 50 other students – classmates petition for reinstatement
In a stunning new cheating scandal, a student has been forced out of the city’s top public school — Stuyvesant High — over allegations he used a cell phone to give test answers to more than 50 other students.
Our variation of the Kobayashi Maru utilized a deliberately unfair exam — write the first 100 digits of pi (3.14159…) from memory and took place in the pilot offering of a governmental cyber warfare course.
Columbus schools retroactively alter thousands of student-attendance records at the end of each school year, casting doubt on the accuracy of the district’s state report card, current and former district officials told The Dispatch.
If you’ve cheated in school, you’ve probably scribbled test answers on an eraser, passed notes with a friend, glanced at your classmate’s test or even made a cheat sheet. You never, however, cheated like this amazing student. He’s taken cheating to an entirely different level: A 35-foot long cheat sheet with 25,000 answers.