To Catch a Cheat: More on the Pearson Problem as Our Problem

From “The Becoming Radical,” “A Place for a Pedagogy of Kindness (public and scholarly writing by P. L. Thomas, Furman University.”

One thought on “To Catch a Cheat: More on the Pearson Problem as Our Problem

  1. It seems like here “cheating” is being seen more as bypassing seemingly arbitrary or disconnected bureaucratic methods instead as something with moral consequences.

    So long as problematic bureaucratic testing exists, we should expect to have cheating.

    Found it interesting that we’ve criminalized cheating on the SAT.

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