Friday, September 22, 2006

The Next Generation of Leaders?

A study of 5,300 graduate students in the United States and Canada conducted by a Rutgers University professor showed cheating to be widespread. Business students were the most likely to admit to cheating within the last year, with 56% saying that they had either copied the work of other students, plagiarized, or hidden notes for use during a test.

Hat Tip: World Magazine Blog. The blogger there asked in light of the seeming lack of ethics what a graduate degree is worth. I would have to check out the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines before answering that question.

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