Katie Noseworthy’s article in The MUSE, Memorial University’s student publication, was picked up yesterday by the Canadian University Press. Noseworthy gives her point of view on the Eastern School District’s choice to allow students who are caught cheating on an exam to simply allow them to retake it. “… this new process could add hours to teachers’ personal schedules. If a student is caught cheating, consider the time spent rescheduling the test with the student, administration and parents” says Noseworthy. “Some say the rule was instated to accommodate those with different rates of learning than others. But is leniency on cheating the right way to go about addressing these differences?” Read Noseworthy’s full article at the source (The MUSE) by clicking here.