D-Grading McGill: Blowing the whistle on a collapse of academic integrity



    MONTREAL, Sept. 2 /CNW Telbec/ - An Associate Professor of Engineering at
McGill University raises public attention to cheating students being rewarded
with higher grades, while the university administration deliberately ignores
the problem and instead sanctions the professor for speaking out. Most recent
incidents include a secret investigation of the professor's private computer
files and circumventing the course instructor's responsibility for evaluating
student work.
    Details available from www.degradingmcgill.ca




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