How To Teach Students to Cheat

July 7th, 2011

By Dan Miller This article reports that there’s something rotten in Atlanta: Award-winning gains by Atlanta students were based on widespread cheating by 178 named teachers and principals, said Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal on Tuesday. His office released a report from the Georgia Bureau of Investigation that names 178 teachers and principals – 82 of […]


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The Ruler and Why It Was

July 27th, 2010

By Larry Ennis A recent post concerning “cheating” and the adverse effect it has on society caused me to remember my own guilt. Believe me, I’m guilty of more than one infraction of the cheating rule. However, I think this story has a moral value. You can be the judge. This story, like most of […]


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Cheaters Gone Wild!

July 20th, 2010

By Dr. Jim Taylor Am I wrong or is there a whole lot of cheating going on these days? And is cheating more widespread than ever before? I don’t know, but it sure seems like it, and from sources both expected and unexpected. Of course, there are the usual suspects, including students, financiers, pharmaceutical companies, […]


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