[caption id="attachment_46506" align="alignleft" width="150" caption="Turnitin helped one school crack down on student plagiarism."]Turnitin helped one school crack down on student plagiarism.[/caption]

Mt. Olive High School is a large, diverse public school in New Jersey that experienced a unique problem with plagiarism. Student collaboration at times led to paper-sharing among students—and administrators and educators knew they needed a system to check student assignments for plagiarism.

Danielle Kulawiak teaches 112 students at Mt. Olive High. Many are in her honors and college prep language arts courses. “What we were finding at our school was very little...

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