Skip to comments.Harvard investigates cheating in 'Intro to Congress' class
Posted on 08/31/2012 1:42:02 PM PDT by ghost of nixon
Harvard College's disciplinary board is investigating nearly half of the 279 students who enrolled in Government 1310: "Introduction to Congress" last spring for allegedly plagiarizing answers or inappropriately collaborating on the class' final take-home exam.
Dean of Undergraduate Education Jay M. Harris said the magnitude of the case was "unprecedented in anyone's living memory."
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This is the course....sort of. This is the same course as the day school only it’s the “night school” course that’s given in the Extension school which is Harvard’s continuing education offering. The day school course taught for the regular Harvard undergraduate school cost at least $4,000.
Harvard offers a BA, believe it or not, in the evenings, for about 30% of the cost of the day school.
You are correct
Here is the course (without the ‘E’-extension)*my bad*
Yup....Harvard offers an evening degree with almost the same courses & professors for about $8,000 a year as opposed to it’s regular college which costs about $52,000.
What’s the issue..so they allegedly cheated..seems they got a lot out of the course, passed with flying colors. Aft all it was Intro to Congress! [I would use that defence ;)]
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