Fighting plagiarism poses challenges in a wired world

05/1/2003 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

The Internet and gadgets such as pagers and graphing calculators allow students to cheat in ways unimaginable to teachers raised in a pencil-and-paper world. But rather than trying to beat tech-savvy students at their own game, teachers should focus on teaching students the ethics and morals that would prevent them from cheating in the first place, a columnist writes.

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