Educational institutions at all levels strive to promote academic integrity. Besides, without strict adherence to the institution’s guidelines, how can we ascertain the credibility of the student’s result?
It’s even more difficult now that students take classes online. Pinpointing, curbing, and appropriately punishing academic misconduct is more complex than it used to be. This means that students accused of academic misconduct could be innocent, and in some cases, they indulge in these misconducts without even realizing it.
That’s why our Marietta, Georgia-based team at Frye Law Group is providing these five basic tips for students accused of online academic misconduct. Students need to be ready to act in case they are falsely accused, and our team is ready to defend their rights.