Homework site aims to provide online study hall for students

01/6/2012 | KQED.org

The new homework-help website Slader allows students to share and pay for answers to common math questions in a unique peer-to-peer model. The site is drawing some criticism that its model encourages plagiarism or cheating, but the startup says its goal is to provide an virtual study hall, where students can teach and learn with each other.

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