Texas, Chicago universities see rise in cheating during remote learning

 

Universities have recently been rocked by cheating scandals as remote learning during the coronavirus pandemic allows students more tools and access to circumvent the rules, according to reports.

In Texas A&M, students were found to answer questions faster than they could even read them on a finance exam. Faculty reported concerns of a “very large scale” to the Aggie Honor System Office.

University officials offered offending students the chance to self-report by end of business on Dec. 8, and those who didn’t but were found guilty could face expulsion, the Texas Tribune reported.

“If you engaged in this behavior,