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failing the 28 sophomores.
Her principal and superintendent agreed: It was
plagiarism and the students should get a zero for
the assignment. But after parents complained, the Piper School
Board ordered her to go easier on the guilty.
Pelton resigned in protest in an episode that some
say reflects a national decline in integrity.
“This kind of thing is happening every day around
the country, where people with integrity are not being
backed by their organization,” said Michael Josephson,
founder and president of the Josephson Institute of
Ethics in Marina del Rey, California.
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