Infographic: When is a Parent's Help Cheating?

Admissions rates to elite universities keep dropping. As academic competitiveness grows, the pressure to help one's child in new ways to "get ahead" increases.

Academic cheating is considered by most to be wrong, but what is cheating? How can we create rules that keep the playing field level without a clear definition?

In the infographic below, we explore the grey zone of parental support--and cheating. Where would you draw the line? 

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Erik Fogg

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