I thought this was in interesting article on cheating. This person runs a custom essay company to help kids cheat their way through school.
From my experience, three demographic groups seek out my services: the English-as-second-language student; the hopelessly deficient student; and the lazy rich kid.
For the last, colleges are a perfect launching ground—they are built to reward the rich and to forgive them their laziness.As for the first two types of students—the ESL and the hopelessly deficient—colleges are utterly failing them.
He tends to blame education's focus on evaluation rather than education for the rampant cheating problem. Although I'm not quite sure how you can determine that someone has received an education without the evaluation part. Perhaps some teachers here could post their thoughts on his viewpoint.