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We've read a lot about cheating in the months since 71 students were suspended for sharing test answers at one of New York's top high schools, but some of the most illuminating reporting was The New York Times' coverage of students' "moral and academic math."
Adam Martin's post today on the cheating scandal at New York's Stuyvesant High School prompted one of our commenters to reminisce about taking the same tests.
The mechanics of a cheating scandal that's ensnared 71 students at New York's prestigious Stuyvesant High School were simple: Take cell-phone pictures of Regents exams, distribute via text, repeat.
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