Software helps catch student cheating

With Internet plagiarism on the rise, high school teachers increasingly are using, a detection service originally created for universities. Within five minutes of scanning a paper, the software highlights passages that match those in books, academic journals, all Internet text and 10 million archived essays and then displays the corresponding texts side by side.

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