Survey Finds High School Students Are Cheating Less

Posted: November 26, 2012 in Education, News
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Students in high schools across the country are engaging in less dishonest conduct, according to a national survey.

Are American students making the grade when it comes to ethics?

A new survey from the Josephson Institute of Ethics finds that the portion of high school students who admit to cheating, lying or stealing dropped in 2012 for the first time in a decade. The reasons aren’t totally known, but the results of the poll of 23,000 high school students give leaders of the Los Angeles-based non-profit organization hope.

The survey is “a pretty good sign that things may be turning around,” said Michael Josephson, the founder and president of the Josephson Institute. “I’m quite optimistic this is the beginning of a downward trend.”

Read more here.

SOURCE: USA Today
Cathy Payne

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