Schools banning iPods after students caught cheating

04/27/2007 | SeattlePI.com

Some schools are banning MP3 players like iPods after students were caught using them to sneak information into class tests. Either by hiding formulas as lyric text or recording information and playing it back during the test, it can be hard for educators to spot the tiny telltale earphone.

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