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Time to be honest about cheating

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Posted: Wednesday, August 21, 2013 8:00 pm

August is an exciting time for students embarking on college careers (my own daughter heads off this fall). As parents, we spend lots of energy getting them ready: We buy dorm “essentials” from XL sheets to mini-fridges, purchase meal plans and load campus accounts for late-night pizza. Some have needed conversations about alcohol, safe sex and other adult realities. Another conversation should also take place: It’s time to be honest about cheating.

Over the last few years, we have repeatedly heard about cheating scandals in schools, businesses, government and even religious institutions. These high-profile cases point to a very sobering reality: Cheating is everywhere, and unfortunately, high school is no exception.

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