A recent case of cheating at a Washington, D.C.-area school has led to a furor over privacy, teachers' and administrators' rights and the repercussions of cheating. When the student body president was punished for cheating, a county law prevented the principal from making an example of the student and failing him for the course, while the pupil's father moved to silence debate on the case and argued for his son to remain in student government.

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