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All you do is tell them what you want to write about, pay them, and they will send you your essay. Some have a stock of thousands of essays waiting to go. You just pay, and can download it instantly. Teachers and lecturers don't get you to write essays for the fun of it. Being able to write something, form an argument, and meet a deadline, are all critical life skills.

These can only be developed by writing an essay, thesis, or report. It's also a much better way to learn that just reading a book. You may have heard the phrase "if you want to learn something, try teaching it to someone else. By not actually writing the essay, you think you are getting one over on the teacher, but it is actually yourself you are cheating. In the long run, you will suffer.

The consequences of cheating by buying essays are very serious - for both yourself, and society. Imagine that you were in a car accident. You get rushed to the emergency room, and a surgeon starts putting on his rubber gloves. Sweat begins to trickle down his forehead - the essay he submitted to pass this part of his medical course was one he bought online.

He may be officially qualified to operate on you, but he cheated. And now you are going to pay the consequences. All you do is have several "in class" writing assigments or tests in essay form early on in the semester. The teacher will get an idea of each student's writing ability This is how I conducted my discussion sections when I was a graduate student. Cnn should stick to reporting news If people want to cheat themselves out of the learning process then let them do so.

At some point, these particular individuals will pay the price for being inept and incompetent. Anyone caught cheating should be thrown out of college and their transcript permanently marked. Its not fair to give these people a second chance. Colleges are full and they turn people away.

So if you get caught you should go home. It is our educational system that propitiates the buying and selling of term papers and other forms of cheating. If the system were working, such activities would not be needed.

Learning should be fun, and every teacher or professor should strive for excellence in teaching. The students who get by after turning in fake papers are taking unfair advantage of the system. Those selling the papers are taking advantage of the weaknesses both academic and ethical of the students and the system.

I am confident that many, or most of the morons on Wall Street who destroyed the credit of the United States bought term papers. The answer is simple. National publishing of all 2 and 4 year college papers. Mandatory failing grades "mandated by congress" for those selling a paper, or buying a paper. Those paper mills sell the same paper to more than one student, and then two students have some explaining to do.

Google spiders could catch palgarists in a second. All a professor has to do is scan a paper into the database, and see if there is a hit. The US Government either loans directly, or guarantees the loans of most all students in college. The FBI ought to use the same efforts to bust Paper-mills as they do to bust child porn sites.

If this system and the internet had existed 40 years ago, a certain C student from Yale, might never have graduated, and we all would be spared a huge recession and a poorly planned double war. Do you want to go to get treated by a a medical doctor who bought a bio-chemistry paper?

Or buy a car designed by an engineer who bought an engineering paper? I think the article appropriately addressed the transition of the "American Glory" to overseas countries. America's pride comes from being free-thinking, educated, world leaders, and as revenue generators from innovative new industries. Not only are we sending our jobs over to India, Budapest, China, etc.

The internet is a medium by which young americans can now access produced knowledge e. The biggest factor in obtaining successful intelligence is learning how to learn, learning how to listen, learning how to write, and learning how to effectively speak. If college students at UCLA obtained this information unethically, what does that say for us? I can guarantee the problem is bigger with schools like the University of Phoenix, where nothing is monitored I speak from personal knowledge.

Are these people supposed to be our CEO's and managers someday? Kind of scary don't you think? I am in the staffing industry and outsourcing is a tyrant on the American people. If you're not effected by it, you probably care very little but if Americans aren't employed, there won't be any consumers to bring the economy back.

The article was appropriate and much more important than some seem to think. I am astounded at the number of grammar and spelling errors in these comments from people who apparently think they are intelligent enough to post an opinion.

The concept embodied in the acronym KISS is always close to the truth: Experienced university instructors can often recognize that somebody has appropriated the intellectual property of another because the writing style is markedly different.

That is especially so with content written by somebody from a society where English is not the first language. At that point turnitin. It's at that point I start to see red. From the errors in grammar, sentences, syntax, spelling, capitalization, etc. At least apparently the writers here didn't cheat, and it shows! My husband just retired 2 yrs. Besides academic skills, critical thinking is totally lacking. Your employer won't accept that excuse, so why should we? And judgement comes into play every day in the medical field besides knowledge.

Most children come to school with enthusium. We do a magnificent job of destroying that. Ahh, where has Carol Costello been, tem-paper mills and the "dumbing down" of the standard in American education has been an oft discussed topic for years.

Many years ago, legal insurance documents had to be rewritten in the 'seventh grade' comprehensive language to be comprehended by the average reader.

Something to think about. The guidance of children is more important in sports than in education. An example, I attend a private college. Students who are on sports scholarship have priority in registration and tuition which is none , they, also, have special study hall hours, and tutors are available So, it seems that having an athletic department to be noticed rather than scholastic achievement seems the easier way out, so to speak.

Parents and Leaders-to respond to this comment in an insensitive way or even an argumentative manner reflects my very point. I have traveled to 48 U. The attitudes and willingness to learn, be corrected and change has reflected in the communities it thrives based on education rather then pride. For example, the language of the South-the teachers given up correcting the Southern accent because of the pride and the whining complaints of the students. Rather than the parents correcting and working with the children, the parents lose their authority over the children and accept the misguided compliant of the child and complain to the teacher that the work is too much.

Look closer in your schools-private or public-and see the path and the uneven vision that the students are heading. To the courageous Parents and Strong Leaders continue to progress and be corrected Again, Parents and Leaders-to respond to this comment in an insensitive way or even an argumentative manner reflects my very point. Lastly, I would like to inform the doubtful readers that I had written this in third grade language for easier comprehension including mispellings and syntax.

Every single rant on here confirms the gist of the story. Americans across the board are failing in grammar, punctuation, argument, and logic. No wonder nothing gets done.

Whatever the problem with American education may turn out to be, this series of comments reveals at least one major concern: Americans cannot spell or use grammar correctly. Not all online tools are bad. Some tools that actually help students learn from their writing mistakes. This enforces the notion that content should always be original created by students , but help with making their papers grammatically accurate and more powerful is available.

I am a professor at a U. I try my best to give writing assignments that are course-specific and not amenable to stock productions. One example — "no papers on the death penalty" I always say in my undergraduate criminology and law classes.

We home schooled our boys. They are bright, funny, curious, articulate. They can do long division, they can spell, they can think. And your evidence for this "fact" is what, exactly? And if we're presenting duelling accounts of anecdotal evidence here, guess what: I attended public K schools, and I can do long division, spell, and think, and I'm pretty articulate.

And unlike you, I'm able to distinguish between a conclusory argument and a well-reasoned one. I respectfully submit that this doesn't mean that US students cheat more than their foreign counterparts, but rather that the US educational system places much more value on "soft" skills, such as the ability to speak, write, and reason well, than do the vast majority of countries with more "algorithmic" educational systems. The latter group of countries generally assigns far fewer term papers to undergraduates and is instead more likely to rely on other assignments, such as end-of-term exams.

This policy will depress demand for plagarized papers. Some quasi-anecdotal evidence in support of this proposition: The vast majority of non-US participants had never been asked to show their work or reasoning in undergraduate math classes - only the final answer. By contrast, the US students had always been told to show their work in math classes. Similarly, in qualitative courses such as organizational behavior, the US students often had far superior writing skills to non-US students.

Some of this, no doubt, was due to language difficulties, but some was not. Many foreign education systems simply don't put much emphasis on creativity, persuasive writing skills, soliciting student ideas, and so forth - and they don't assign as many term papers.

Yes, I also think this basic difference in philosophy is a big reason why you often find US students lagging somewhat behind non-US students on standardized tests, but the US continually outperforms on softer metrics like establishing companies.

To cite another example, in US law schools, most grading, especially in the first year, is done entirely on the basis of end-of-term examinations. There's very little in the way of writing requirements. I don't doubt that CNN's Asian "expert" would find fewer orders for plagarized papers from law students than from undergraduates or students in disciplines where more papers are required. But it would be hasty to conclude, merely on that evidence, that law students are more ethical than their counterparts elsewhere.

Why do colleges make students write papers that the professors don't read? After three or four papers like this, I stop trying and start "throwing up" details that the TAs are looking for on the papers. Why should a student write an essay or paper on a topic that they do not care about? I love reading science fiction but, writing a paper about the symbolism in War and Peace is something I rather not do.

Come to think about it, why do students need to know how to analyze literature academically? I do not think most people will ever do it again after college. Until writing becomes meaningful and important to the student, this cheating is going to keep happening and students' real writing will become worse. Besides if the professor never really reads it and I will not be writing like this again, does it matter if I write it in the first place?

This is getting out of hand. I have a friend who outsourced his essays for entrance into business school to one of these online essay companies. And to top it off, one of the essays was on "Ethics!!!!

At random and some selected instances have the student defend her term paper in front of the class. Watch for the choice of words in the term paper and what she would utter. If her choice of words is like that of a professor from Oxford and how she speaks is Ghetto or Hillbilly then she has a problem! It may be old news, but it's still relevant. The problem is probably just getting worse every day.

This is why we have so many morons out there. They are too lazy to actually study and learn how to write an intelligent essay with some independent thought.

It's just easier to pay someone else for their brains. I hope these people aren't the ones out there complaining that they can't land a job. But I guess we all know the answer to that one. Incidentally, that comment posted by Stanley: When I taught poli sci for one year in university, , students would filch from true authorities on the subject. I am a high school social studies teacher.

I teach US History. I do an excellent job of teaching the story of a "free country" that has never had any integrity from its very inception with the signing of a constitution that included the continuation of chattel slavery to the ongoing denial of civil rights and equal protection under the law for all of its citizens.

Why should our children value knowledge and wisdom for its own sake? You wonder why this society is grumbling and crumbling? This is a society that has never known balance on any level. The scales of justice require balance. This society has never been capable of dispensing justice.

And now, we dare to require that our children demonstrate a level of integrity they have never seen or even heard about. They are "products" of their environment. The issue with such papers is very simple—if one cannot prove that a substantial amount of a paper was taken verbatim from a website, administrators will not punish it. Second—that's how they wrote their own papers. I cannot count the number of times that an administrator most of them with education or business degrees told me that a "plagiarized" paper was a genuine effort on the part of the student to abide by scholarly writing standards that I was not clearly explaining.

It is the standards, so they tell us, that are wrong. Now, why would they say that if they didn't do the same thing themselves? Sadly, a brief look through the writing of such people and, yes, this has been done shows that they do plagiarize—and they plagiarize liberally. The only way in the present climate in which administrators do all they can to keep students enrolled in the university so as to keep getting revenue to combat the purchase of papers from overseas, plagiarized papers created from a collage of sources, etc.

It really isn't that hard—one just has to be really hard-nosed about basic stuff and not give an inch. I am a college prof. I think the only solution for colleges is to have potential students write an essay well supervised in the presence of a college administrator.

You could have or more all writing at once, in a silent hall, desks 6 feet apart. Why make good grades in high school? To go to a good college. Why make good grades in college? To get a good degree. Why get a good degree? To get a good job. Why get a good job? To make lots of money. Why make lots of money? To live the American 'dream'. Academia's emphasis has been on learning, but culture's emphasis has always been about 'getting'. Until that changes, students are highly motivated and rewarded to cheat.

I have read all your comments and agree with them. The American Education System desperately needs to be reformed. After years of teaching from Elementary to College level, I no longer have a job because I refused to give grades demanded by the Hispanic students and Administrators in the Miami School System, especially Miami-Dade College MDC and Florida International University FIU , where degrees are given to foreign students with the professors having other students do their academic work and submitted as their work.

These foreign students [from all Latin countries, India, Pakistan, Brazil, etc] are given tuition waivers, a stipend, and more opportunities to conduct studies, but the American students are left out in the cold with student loans to pay back for the rest of their lives.

The foreign students gets every opportunity for a bogus education [because the professors at FIU do not have an idea of what they are teaching], learns nothing, but takes a degree from FIU, go back to their country and live life as a prominent and proud citizen who used the US School system.

The students do not want to work for their grades, but demands it and when not given, they go in droves to the uneducated administrators who puts the burden on the teachers, and disposes of them, especially if you are English-speaking only. As a current graduate student, I find this issue to be less about the dumbing down of America and more about the excessive workload required by most academic institutions. There are literally not enough hours in the day to complete all the work that we are given, so some of us choose to buy a portion of our work online.

Although I have never taken advantage of these websites, I can certainly understand the appeal. I am a college professor, and every semester I catch at least one student blatantly cheating—usually plagiarism. Often the student is quite an accomplished cheater, and obviously do it frequently.

I make it very clear at throughout the semester that anyone suspected of cheating with fail the exam or paper, and perhaps the class. Sometimes the student who has been caught, will refer to the pressure of maintaining good grades. I reinforce that this is not, nor will ever be, an acceptable reason to cheat. In those cases, where they admit they have cheated, they will earn a zero on the assignment, but I allow them to remain in the class as long as they don't do it again.

Most times however, the student blatantly and often rudely denies that they have done anything wrong—when I have overwhelming evidence indicating otherwise. Cheating at the college level is rampant, and we owe it to those hard-working, honest students to get it under control. It calls the media to task for providing unbiased, accurate information to keep the confidence of the general public. I happen to see an ad on one of the engineering college in India website for part-time workers in America or India who can work on the assignments given to MS students in American universities.

This is not just essay. This was a big shock to me. Cheating in the exams and taking a shortcut is very common in India because of extreme competition. Now, there are lot of people getting MS degrees from unheard of universities in America. These universities need the money and don't care how the students earn their degrees.

If these students got their undergrad degree by cheating, they will continue to do the same where ever they go. The plagiarism problem has a long history in American higher education, especially in first-year college courses. The average class size is about students, writing finished two-draft essays per course. To combat plagiarism we design writing topics that discourage students from being paper-mill customers.

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