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How teachers combat high-tech cheating | USA TODAY



Here’s how students are using technology to cheat, and how teachers are trying to combat it.

Whether it’s a smartphone, earbuds or an Apple Watch, students are using technology to cheat in class. Here’s how teachers are trying to stop it.

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6 comments

  1. What is the benefit of cheating? Even though you get your degree, once you apply for a job in the field that you cheated to get into, you won't even get past the probation period if you don't know what you're doing.

  2. Cheating already renders you incompetent.

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