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Test Cheating Also a Problem in Indonesia, Alumna Writes

Alumna Stephanie Riady writes in the Jakarta Globe that teacher-induced cheating is "rampant within the nation's education system." The answer, she writes, is not to do away with standardized tests. "The government needs an objective and affordable way to measure student progress."
Alumna Stephanie Riady writes in the Jakarta Globe that teacher-induced cheating is "rampant within the nation's education system." The answer, she writes, is not to do away with standardized tests. "The government  needs an objective and affordable way to measure student progress."

LINK:  The Thinker: Our Cheating Ways

Published Friday, Jul. 22, 2011

Test Cheating Also a Problem in Indonesia, Alumna Writes

Alumna Stephanie Riady writes in the Jakarta Globe that teacher-induced cheating is "rampant within the nation's education system." The answer, she writes, is not to do away with standardized tests. "The government  needs an objective and affordable way to measure student progress."

LINK:  The Thinker: Our Cheating Ways

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