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Edgenuity Implementation Guide to Ensuring Academic Integrity

Frequently Asked Questions

What should I do if I come across a site that has Edgenuity answers?

Contact Edgenuity's Support team with the specific URL that shows the Edgenuity content.

Learn more about ensuring academic integrity through Edgenuity.

With the advent of online curriculum, there certainly is a proliferation of web sites dedicated to posting answers to assessment questions. This is regrettable. We encourage you to send the direct links to our Support team. We will work with our security teams to have this content removed. Please know that we actively scrub the internet for Edgenuity questions and answers. We appreciate the extra hand from our fellow educators that notify us of the websites and content submissions we have missed.

We completely understand the frustration any educator has in trying to establish anti-cheating policies and communicate their importance to students. Schools can look into lockdown browsers or other classroom computer management options. However, we also would encourage all schools to engage their staff in a discussion of the kinds of expectations they have set with students about cheating behavior. Do teachers explicitly explain that looking up answers during a test is cheating? What are the consequences when students do it? Are those consequences made clear to parents/guardians and students from the start of the year?

We believe that the most effective way to prevent cheating is to manage the students, not to manage the system. When you manage the system, the students generally find a new way to cheat. (Lock down the browser...they use their phone, disable copy/paste...they just type answers in.) When we try to design tools to stop students from cheating, all we teach them is to look for better ways to cheat. Given the number of stories we hear every day about professionals who lie on their resumes, academics who falsify their data, and corporate leaders who make questionable financial choices, it's clear that we're not doing enough in the early years to help students understand and value integrity. This is a perfect opportunity to do so. 


What else can be done? Here are some next steps that we suggest: 

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