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Freakonomics: Those Cheating Teachers!

From Freakonomics.com: This year alone has seen teacher-cheating scandals in Washington, D.C., Los Angeles, Atlanta, and elsewhere; in this week’s Times, Sharon Otterman reports how New York State is trying to curtail cheating and offers some specific instances of past … Continue reading

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New Opportunities for Detecting and Preventing Plagiarism

As we begin this new semester, we also begin a period of learning the writing styles of our new students. During this time, some of our more tech savvy and ethically-challenged students may take this opportunity to sneak one or … Continue reading

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