Travelling through some old links and found a 2012 story about cheating at Harvard that I think is worth repeating
close to half of the students in a large class — was stunning. Not surprised, because I have been aware of the rise of cheating throughout the country and, with colleagues, have documented an apparent thinning of the ethical muscle of ambitious and privileged young Americans.
I spoke to a colleague last week at a credential business . He reported that their invigilators spend a lot of time monitoring trainees during exams for ISO certification. If the learner is caught opening another browser or using their phone, their exam ends.
Would you hire someone who cheated in their post secondary school?