Exams...Are the cheats dealt with fairly?

  oresome 18:18 11 Feb 2018
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It would appear that teaching staff are responsible for much of the cheating, but if caught are dealt with more leniently than the students.

Aren't they meant to set an example?

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  Aitchbee 20:47 11 Feb 2018

Teaching used to be considered a rewarding vocation but now there are too many targets to meet. Money and success are now deemed more important than integrity and good old-fashioned honest discipline. [Discipline, old English meaning is mortification by scourging oneself.]

  Cymro. 10:46 12 Feb 2018

I would have though that the same punishment for the pupil as for the teacher would be suitable.

  Old Deuteronomy 11:12 12 Feb 2018

If teachers, the less than honest minority, know that being caught cheating will likely only result in a light slap on the wrist, they are going to go ahead and do it. They should face an automatic suspension without pay and a repeat offence should mean the sack.

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