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Derrick Barnett
Professor Brookings
College Writing & Research
4 February 2013

Is there a solution ? : Academic Dishonesty In this day and time academic dishonesty is no rarity, it mostly occurs in the school settings. When we are in school, we come into hard situations with homework assignments or test. As a result to that students look towards cheating. With cheating we are putting ourselves at risk for plagiarism. No matter the rules and regulation academic dishonesty is still occurring all over. They truly need to enforce the regulations on academic dishonesty, because if they do not there will never be a solution if they do not act upon it now. Regulation on academic dishonesty needs to be enforced more because students will continue to lie, cheat, and steal their way through their academic career. No one can say that they have never cheated on a homework assignment or test. The truth is that all of us have or has been a part of academic dishonesty. With all of this cheating going on, students are slowly but surely destroying their ability to do work on their own. In the United States, studies show that 20% of students started cheating in the first grade. October 1998, John Smolik student at University Of Texas received an e-mail about a debate on academic cheating on campus. Plenty of the multiple student messages dispute that academic deceivers only hurt themselves. The way I look at it is that students just try to find the easy way out of doing an assignment/pass a test they did not study for. Being a student myself there has been countless times where I have cheated on a homework assignment/test. The result of that was because I made the choice of not wanting to study or not actually doing the work myself. In 1963 researched verified that 26 percent of the students on nine campuses, neither of them had a code of conduct, acquiesce copying another student on a test or exam. 30 years later, the percentage had risen to 52....
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