DL schools look at new way to assess learning
“Cheating” and the consequences of “getting caught” have been a part of academic folklore almost as long as there have been schools of learning.
But there is a movement afoot at schools across the country that would, if not lessen the impact of “getting caught cheating,” at least make it something from which the student can recover academically — if they are willing to put in the work to do so.
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