CXC’s zero tolerance on education

CXC examiners declared zero tolerance on “cheating” students who use the internet to find material relevant to their exams and even plan to follow children on toilet breaks.

Students will be punished severely for this nefarious activity; until they graduate, when they can expect to be fired if they cannot harness the ideas circulating on the worldwide web. Wired868 wonders when the school system stopped being about preparing students for life in the real world.

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