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A new survey from the Josephson Institute of Ethics finds that the portion of high school students who admit to cheating, lying or»
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One poor decision long ago has lasting impact.
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Studies Find More Students Cheating
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What is Cheating?To cheat is to break a rule in order to take something, gain an advantage, or to prevent something. People cheat on taxes, when playing games,when taking tests, and in relationships.What does the Bible say about cheating?Proverbs 28:6 states, "Better is a poor man who walks in his integrity than a rich man who is crooked in his ways."God does not look favorably upon cheating. Christians are not to cheat others. Concluding thought»
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Said [NFL's AFC Defensive Player of the Year in 2011, Terrell] Suggs, "If you ain't cheating, you ain't trying to win."  (USA Today Article)Is this a representation of sports today?  Is this a representation of our culture today, even beyond professional sports?  Though the media has much to say about the use of PEDs (performance enhancing drugs) , the spotlight implies that these are anomalies.  If we examine the root of what causes an athle»
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Collaboration isn’t cheating. I blame my school system for misleading me for so long. In one of the first TED conference talks, Englishmen Sir Ken Robinson spoke on the future of education. He stated that what schools prohibit and call “cheating” is most often called “collaboration” in the workplace. Embarrassingly, from grades 6-10, I cheated in school. I had some elaborate cheating techniques, which I’ll provide to readers for a pri»
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The disconnect between bullying, cheating teens, and their parents' awareness — or lack thereof
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The disconnect between bullying, cheating teens, and their parents' awareness — or lack thereof
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How big of an issue is cheating for your students? Now let me rephrase that — how many of your students would say that cheating is a big deal? In a culture that esteems success and achievement, while having little to say about character and integrity, some of the statistics featured in the infographic below may not be all that surprising. And although this infographic focuses on the (relatively small) differences between cheating that occurs in»
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The 68 implicated sailors are in addition to the 10 whom Richardson said are believed to have been “at the center” of the cheating ring