Teen Challenges Academic Cheating
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By: Maxim Kokoshinskiy
Teen and Academic Cheating
Academic Cheating is taking someone else's work as your own.
Also, this includes sharing another's work, purchasing a term paper or test questions in advance.
Studies estimate that 85% of students engage in come type of academic dishonesty before graduating high school.
Also, technology has increased the ways in which students engage in cheating behavior.
Students shouldn't be told the need to learn something because there is a test on Friday, rather, students should be told the need to learn somthing becuse of the inherent value of the topic
The way teachers can decrease the amount of cheating is by not stressing students out about grades.
More than 3/4 of people cheat, and about 15% of them don't regret it. Also, one out of three people copy from the internet
In my opinion, I do think more could be done because when they are not in school anymore, they can't copy and cheat their way through life
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