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Thursday, September 6, 2012

It is not called cheating it is called a learning collaboration!

Anonymously contributed: ===================================================== Hey this is the way of the world now. It is not called cheating it is called a learning collaboration. Harvard students suspected in a major cheating scandal said on Friday that many of the accusations are based on innocent — or at least tolerated — collaboration among students, and with help from graduate-student teachers who sometimes gave them answers to test questions.

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Anonymous said...

For $200k, I not only expect the school to educate me, but to solve my problems and provide co-eds for recreation.

Back in the day, for $10k, we did our own work, but now, with entry to the best institutions restricted and highly priced, students pay for more and expect more.

The corruption is institutional as well as personal.26

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