50% of college students admit to cheating. Their excuse: they don't have 'time to study'. What are they 'busy' doing?
Does it worry anyone that these 'students' have to cheat to pass courses that, in most large state universities, are 'designed' for virtually everyone to get an A or B in?
I am a college professor and can tell you that unless you are a senior tenured professor you cannot give students the grades they actually earn because the 50 to 80% of those who are teaching in colleges as non-tenured profs or adjuncts must give students As or Bs or they will lose their jobs due to poor student ratings.
So, are our students so stupid that they must cheat to pass their mostly 'freebee' courses? What do they do in a 'real' course?
They certainly, by many reports, cannot write, read, or compute decently when they graduate, so WHAT IS GOING ON?