Exam Cheaters Head to Jail
- From sending SWAT teams into exam centers to arresting rule-breakers, China's public security authorities have been cracking down hard on college entrance examination cheaters
Students caught cheating risk going to prison for as long as seven years, the official Xinhua news agency said.
This week's university entrance exam, whose origins date back to imperial China, determines which university students will attend and what major they're able to select — and as a result, much of their future.
Oh wait - this is the commies in Beijing and not the Inspector General coming down on the IAD LIEutenant Test cheating scandal. Who would have thought that Red China could run a test more legit that the Chicago Police Department? It's a good thing Chicago is so progressive in their examination processes:
- "There's absolutely no doubt," he said. "Cheating on the [...] exam diminishes the exam's authoritativeness, and could even impact the credibility of the government.
No chance of that here - Chicago government and CPD leadership haven't had any credibility for decades now.