Some students want their schools to do something about cheating. In the mid-1990s, I served on a citizen-teacher-student governance committee at Scarsdale High School in Westchester County, N.Y. When our chairman asked whether anyone had any personal complaints about the school, our two student members raised a topic we had never addressed: cheating. Non-cheating students, they said, felt abused by lax enforcement.
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Christopher L. Doyle,
cheating gotten worse since the 1960s,
student blame teachers for being lax,