Computers Increase Students' Temptation To Cheat
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I thought it interesting that computer hacking into school networks should be so prolific that it would warrant a statement from the local police confirming it. I am sure that none of our networks suffer such a fate. If I thought my network was subject to such action I would take whatever measures were needed to suppress/prevent the activity and assist the authorities with the tracking down of those responsible.
By Jesse Leavenworth, The Hartford Courant (MCT)
The link between teenagers' computer abilities and an increase in academic cheating is evident across the nation.
From Manchester, Conn., to Newport Beach, Calif., high school students have been accused of tapping into school computer systems to change grades, erase absences, and lift exams before they're given.
There's nothing new about cheating, said Lt. James Wardwell, a computer forensics expert with the police department in New Britain, Conn., "and the computer is just another tool to help someone...
Edit: Article source: Education Week