The Current Punishments For A Student Cheating

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It is a melancholy object to those who walk through this great school or travel in the county, when they see the classes, desks, and lab tables crowded with students, surrounded by three, four, or six cheet sheets, all in tatters and importuning every finished student for an answer. These pupils, instead of being able to work for their honest grade, are forced to employ all their time taking photos of the work of ireful classmates, who, when the next long math worksheet arises, either turn to cheating for want of sleep, or leave their dear homework in their backpacks to waste time on Narcos on Netflix, or contrive a stomach ache for desire to abandon education completely upon the due date. Lets first ponder about cheating, if you cheat,…show more content…
The longer my proposal is in effect, the more independent and honest we will become, thus creating a more civil society. Who doesn’t want a more civilized society where we don’t steal one of the most valuable things mankind has, knowledge. Some administrators of a desponding spirit are in great concern about the vast number of students who are counterfeiting homework, gazing upon the scantrons of others, or applying cellular telephones for acts of in-class deviance, and I have been desired to employ my thoughts what course may be taken to ease the school of so grievous an encumbrance. I think the advantages by the proposal which I have made are obvious and many, as well as of the highest importance. For first, as I have already observed, it would greatly lessen the number of plagiarists, with whom we are overrun around exam week, being the majority of test takers of the school as well as the most eminent threat to national security; and who begin their studies the night prior on purpose to finally finish re-watching Breaking Bad, hoping to take their advantage by the absence of so many observant proctors, who have chosen rather to finally alot time to putting grades into Edline than carefully scrutinizing every sideways glance with hawk-like precision. Secondly, the ceremonious removal of body parts would likewise bring great custom to hallways between classes,
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