Anyone who has gone to University of Virginia may be familiar with this system.
On the back of each test and quiz we are required to put:
"I pledge that I have neither received nor given any of the information of this quiz.
So what do you guys think about this.
I feel insulted, and that it should just be assumed we don't cheat. Or maybe I could compromise and sign something at the beginning of the year. I do not see how this is useful or will stop any cheating that may go on.
When they made our school days longer to make us look better I could deal with that. When they started drug testing for sports, I could care less. When they started putting dumb kids in IB classes, that was annoying. It made the work easier.
We're 200 kids over capacity, and 50 of the kids have "cubbies" instead of luckers. Yet we're number 87 in the country. Show you how messed up statistics can be.