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The issue of examination malpractice is an international emergency situation. The Bridge MAG. Image

Academic integrity is exposed as cheating scandals unfold in developing and developed countries alike. From the UK to Cameroon via France, Canada, Japan and the USA, there is a crisis of integrity in the world’s examination systems.
Meritocratic ethics at national qualification level are at stake following allegations over the use of high tech watches in the UK with specially programmed software designed for cheating in …

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[ 27 Aug 2016 | 358 Comments | 78,825 views]
Toujours à l’affiche au Lion and Unicorn Theatre , la pièce qui dure 60 minutes, basée sur une histoire vraie, celle de l'écrivain primé John Hill. The Bridge MAG. Image

D’abord le  long métrage de John Hill reçoit  une critique dithyrambique à la Edinburg International Film Festival de 2016. Maintenant, les billets de sa pièce théâtrale comique  toujours à l’affiche au Lion and Unicorn Theatre, dans le cadre du  Festival  de Camden à Londres au Royaume-Uni, se vendent comme des petits pains.
How Does That Make You Feel? En français  ‘Qu’est-ce que cela  vous fait ressentir?’ Telle …