Students of all ages are drawn to one point in their lives of thinking about cheating in school and taking the step of actually cheating.
Not only cheating on tests but homework or other projects related to schoolwork so students can get a good grade.
Parents teach them to have morals and to always make the best decisions but people are not always perfect.
Parents tell their children that it is very bad to cheat in school for any reason.
In New York in 2012, 70 students at a prestigious high school were caught using their phones to cheat on tests.
According to a 2013 study by the Josephson Institute Center for Youth Ethics, 51 percent of students admitted to cheating on a test Are Students Cheating Due to Pressure?
“To win Florida's top Bright Futures scholarship, high school students must have good grades, high test scores, no felony record and 75 hours of community service.
But once they're in college, an ethical slip does not necessarily mean they lose their state-funded Bright Futures award.
Students attending high school or college can relate to the pressures of sustaining adequate grades.
Students who are overwhelmed with trying to maintain higher GPA Nowadays, the education system develops a lot in recent years.