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Your social studies teacher smiles as he passes out the big test But you have a giant lump in your stomach You were so busy yesterday that you forgot to bring your book home to study And there58808 Brittany the class brain sitting right beside you Maybe you should peek at a few of her answers just to make sure you pass After all you know you could have done well on this testigtif you had studied What would you do A lot of kids would probably cheat Two years ago the Josephson Institute of Ethics in California surveyed more than 10000 middle school students Forty-two percent of the 10 to 12-year-olds admitted they had cheated on a test at least one time during the past year That means if you have 25 kids in your social studies class ten of them might have cheated at one time or another Jacob 13 says most kids at his school cheat59583ncluding him Sometimes you get in late and you don58809 have time to study or do homework he says So you cheat Other kids feel pressured You want somebody to be proud of you says Carla 12 And you are stressed out from tons of homework reports and tests You can only do so much A problem that grows Carole Kennedy principal of a middle school in Columbia Missouri says she understands why kids might be tempted to cheat But she believes it58808 a huge mistake If you cheat youre not learning she says The only thing youll become good at is cheating Kennedy says its a problem that starts small Usually it begins in third or fourth grade with spelling words written on your hand or another piece of paper she says Later it58808 copying homework or tests You see other kids doing it so you do too By the time kids reach high school 70 percent admit they58811e
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