We’ve spent the past couple of weeks focused on the CRCT cheating scandal, which centered around administrators and others changing students’ answers on state exams.
A recent national poll looked at the ways students cheat, with 35 percent of teens saying they use their cell phones. The results released by Common Sense Media also found:
How often do students cheat? What are the consequences when you catch them? If you could change the consequences, how would you punish cheaters?
ATHERTON UPDATE: Thanks to everyone who sent me copies of DeKalb Superintendent Crawford Lewis’ memo regarding the two Atherton administrators arrested for their role in the CRCT cheating scandal. Lewis had more to say when the AJC called him.