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How an industry helps Chinese students cheat their way into and through U.S. colleges
Part Three: The University of Iowa suspects at least 30 Chinese students of having used ringers to take their exams. The case offers a look inside a thriving underground economy of cheating services aimed at the hundreds of thousands of Chinese kids applying to and attending foreign colleges.
“Test-taking services. Paper-writing. Take Online Courses for you,” says the social-messaging profile of one Chinese coaching outfit used by Iowa students, UI International Student Services. A pitch emailed by another business ended with this reassuring claim: “Your friends are all using us.”
Today, the University of Iowa, one of the largest state universities in the American Midwest, says it is investigating at least 30 students suspected of cheating. Three sources familiar with the inquiry say the number under investigation may be two or three times higher.[/quote}
What got my attention the most in this article is the story of Xuan “Claren” Rong, and how UC Davis handled (or how they initially didn't) it.
That part should be labeled with a trigger warning on it for @CaliDad2020 :-t
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