March 14, 2012
Over the Past Three Years, 45,000 Caught Cheating at British Universities
The problem is not just here in the states.
Tens of thousands of students in universities across Britain have been caught cheating in exams and coursework – and the trend is on the rise, according to a investigation by The Independent on Sunday.
Over the past three years, more than 45,000 students at 80 institutions have been hauled before college authorities and found guilty of "academic misconduct" ranging from bringing crib-sheets or mobile phones into exams to paying private firms to write essays for them.
Here is the full story from The Independent.
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