expel students for cheating

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Expel Students for Cheating
At many colleges, cheating among students is common problem which break down students' success in life. Unless it became an educational concern, a strict rule performed to eliminate this issue. Most of the colleges state serious policy beyond cheating which is to expel students from the learning environment. Students should not be expelled from college for cheating. There is no reason to expel students from college for cheating because they will not learn anything from that experience. Also, it influences students, it causes lack of education, and expelled students will be characterized negatively at the college. Typically, expelled students will be not prepared for their academic and career future. Students
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For instance, college enhances knowledge with skills that it provides to prepare students for their profession goal. Being uneducated limits career opportunities because without education degrees students will not be hired for a good job position. Education expands youth knowledge in order to promote students' academic achievement and ethical development.
Expelling students does not solve the problem and it must not be the first option because it is not helpful for them. However instead of that there are possible solutions to change students by giving them other chances to think honestly to recover. Whenever College provides several services to support students that will help them attain their success honestly. Once students receive appropriate help that they need, they will exceed the need of cheat. Another option is to give students first warning and chance to make up the assignment again. Then students should receive a failing grade for copied work or the assignment. That is students should be expelled from the whole course not from the college. Even so, college main goal is educating students as much as it can and learning them specific skills that form lifelong working habits according to each student unique abilities.
Everyone deserves better chances to exhibit best, those expelled students may be professionals, smart, creative, study well, disciplines and hard worker. Who knows they may were under pressure or may face problems with

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