Education: Cheating in Florida

There were enough hints that something was wrong. Two students had argued in class about the exact wording of questions on a final exam—even before the exam was handed out. Another student had complained to his professor that he could not have made a mistake on some math problems on a test because an accounting major had worked out the answers for him in advance. But now the cheating scandal at the University of Florida is out in the open, and the campus is in a furor.

As many as 200 students—most of them from the school of business administration—are involved, and...

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