Why Even Good Students Cheat in School

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It’s natural for parents to react with horror when told their child cheated in school, but new research reveals the line between right and wrong in the classroom is often hazy for young children. Work & Family columnist Sue Shellenbarger joins Lunch Break, and Laina Avant weighs in from her personal experiences with her young daughter. Photo: Getty Images.


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