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10 Percent of Harvard’s Popular ‘Introduction To Computer Science’ Class Accused of Cheating

theodp writes: The Harvard Crimson reports that more than 60 of the 636 students enrolled in last fall’s CS50: “Introduction to Computer Science I” course appeared before the College’s Honor Council in a wave of academic dishonesty cases that has stretched the Council to its limits over the past few months. Former students and course staff, though, said course policy was unclear about what constituted cheating, creating the potential for unintentional violations. Consistently, one of the most popular courses at Harvard, CS50 is known for an unconventional atmosphere, complete with flashy promotional videos and corporate-sponsored events.

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