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Redwood City Parents Sue School District Over Student’s Cheating Punishment

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A California high school student was kicked out of his honors English class for copying another student’s homework, a punishment that is in keeping with the school’s Academy Honesty Pledge. Now, the student’s parents are suing the school, claiming that the school’s policy on cheating is “vague and contradictory.”

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  • There is no honor in cheating.
    It is not honorable to cheat.
    Kicking a kid out of of his honors when he cheated should be a taken for granted punishment.

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