Cheating in school = collaborative innovation?

A colleague who came into my office (to give me yet another math book) talked about how he used to cheat in high school math. He described networks of collaborators playing a daring game. It sounded much like the current ideals of education: People forming spontaneous teams and turning work into games. The go-it-alone routine, by contrast, seems confining and dated.

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