Cheating prompts more computer security at Ohio high school

08/6/2009 | Plain Dealer (Cleveland), The

A cheating scandal at an Ohio school has prompted school officials to take more stringent computer security measures. Changes at Centerburg High School include mandatory individualized passwords for teachers and ethics classes for students. Last year, a student used a generic password to access tests then distributed them to fellow students. Discovery of the cheating prompted the cancellation of graduation.

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