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The results of a survey suggesting that 35 percent of middle and high school students with cell phones have used them to cheat at school is indeed alarming, writes technology columnist Larry Magid for CNET, but “I'm just as appalled at how schools are cheating kids when it comes to technology.” Magid continues: “…In addition to admonishing kids about why it's wrong to cheat, perhaps it's also time to rethink what it means to evaluate students in the age of the internet and omnipresent mobile devices. This survey might also present an opportunity for educators to re-evaluate the type of
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