University of Connecticut sociologist Christin Munsch concludes from her research that “infidelity may allow economically dependent men to engage in compensatory behavior while simultaneously distancing themselves from breadwinning spouses.”
According to a survey, 17 percent of Harvard University’s graduating class admitted to cheating in a class while attending the school.
An investigation by the Navy’s inspector general for the Atlantic submarine force has found that allegations of widespread cheating on exams are unsubstantiated.
Waterbury and state education officials are putting new security measures in place for the Connecticut Mastery Tests in the wake of a cheating scandal during last year’s tests.
An appeals court has upheld a Tennessee man’s conviction for leading a craps cheating scam at Connecticut’s two casinos with the help of insiders.
The Navy’s inspector general for the Atlantic submarine force is investigating claims that pervasive cheating has tainted exams administered to enlisted sailors and officers as part of their nuclear training.
A Waterbury reading teacher implicated for allegedly helping coordinate a cheating scheme is retiring rather than face termination proceedings.
Waterbury officials are looking into alleged mismanagement of the city’s summer school program by the principal of a school already being investigated for alleged cheating on the Connecticut Mastery Tests.
Connecticut’s acting education commissioner wants to increase penalties against dishonest instructors.