A few weeks ago, a University of Central Florida business professor caught 1/3 of his senior level “strategic management” class cheating on the mid-term test. That’s 200 of 600 kids in the class.
What happened next is caught in perpetuity on video. Do yourself a favor and check it out. Consider me shocked, shocked, to find widespread cheating among our future business elite.
My favorite line is “Don’t call me. Don’t ask me for anything.” Really, though, I’m not sure why he’s upset. Doesn’t he understand that failure is not an option?
Anyway, how many of those little cheaters you think went to fancy charter or magnet schools that brag about their performance with self-selected enrollments? I’d love to know. I bet we had Lakeland kids — or at least Polk County kids — in that class. Drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org if you were one of the righteous 400 that got screwed by the future Randians in your midst. I’d love to hear a full story.