Furious universities call for ban on 'essay mills' amid student fears

More than 40 university chiefs are reported to have written to the Education Secretary calling for a ban on so-called "essay mills".
The vice-chancellors have called for companies who offer essay-writing services to be made illegal amid fears they are undermining the integrity of degree courses.
As many as one in seven recent graduates may have cheated by using "essay mills" during the last four years, according to a recent study.
Students who get caught face punishment by their university, including possible disqualification, although it is not illegal for a company to... read more

 
27 September 2018 in Regional West, Views: 42
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