Superintendent: Cheating linked to college admissions pressures

The San Jose Mercury News discusses the issue of cheating and its prevention with Santa Clara (Calif.) County schools Superintendent Colleen B. Wilcox. If class sizes were smaller, Wilcox contends, schools could eliminate opportunities for cheating because teachers wouldn't have to give so many multiple-choice tests.

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