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A recent study conducted by “Who’s Who Among American High School Students” showed that as many as 80% of high-achieving students admitted to having cheated at least once. A panel talks about academic cheating, honor codes at colleges designed to cut down on cheating, and what the apparently high rate of cheating among students tells us about our culture.
- Dr. Donald McCabe Professor of organization management at Rutgers University
- Dr. Gary Pavela Director of the University of Maryland Office of Judicial Programs and Student Ethical Development
- Cabell Vest Former chair of the University of Virginia's Honor Committee
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