Students caught red-handed cheating on Bible Bagrut exams

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June 13, 2011 09:41

 
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Students at the Boyer School in Jerusalem were caught cheating Sunday during their Bagurt Bible test, Israel Radio reported.

One of students allegedly brought a cheat-sheet he stole from where his mother works to the exam. He said that his mother did not know he or his friends were going to cheat, and was unaware that he took the answer from her office.

According to Israel Radio, the Education Ministry has said that it will review the case and take the most drastic punitive measures if a serious infraction is found.

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