Culture of Corruption” at Elite Colleges

HIGHER EDUCATION: “Culture of Corruption” at Elite Colleges. “Nationwide, about 68% of undergraduates and 43% of graduate students admit cheating on tests or written assignments, according to research by retired Rutgers business professor Donald L. McCabe and the International Center for Academic Integrity at Clemson University. As students see business leaders, athletes and their peers cheating — in many cases with impunity — the practice no longer carries the social stigma it once did, according to the research. With competition at elite institutions especially intense, high-achieving students are as likely to cheat as those who struggle academically.” I wish it was only at elite colleges. I see cheating regularly at the community college level.

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