Cheating firms offer to attend Chinese students’ online courses

From Times Higher Education: “Contract cheating services have taken advantage of the shift to online teaching by offering to take entire modules for students, including attending classes, completing assignments, and sitting exams. Online searches reveal several pages of advertisements from essay mills targeting Chinese students who are taking courses from overseas universities, with services tailored for Zoom classes and online coursework. … Agencies charge between $600 and $1,500 to complete an entire module, including assessments.”

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