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Several students caught cheating in AP Macroeconomics

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On Nov. 28, students in Humanities teacher Eleanor Barbino’s AP Macroecoenomics 7th period class were caught cheating on a test.

Although the story is developing, Barbino was allegedly tipped-off that students were cheating in her class.

Barbino declines to comment on whether or not someone tipped her off, on whether or not she found students’ phones that were incriminating or whether there was any cheating at all.

“I cannot confirm [anything],” Barbino said.

There was a meeting of AP teachers called on Thursday to discuss the situation and punishments for the students that were caught.

Principal Bill Wiesbrook sent out an email to Central faculty urging teachers to refrain from commenting on the situation.

Update

On Nov. 28, students in Humanities teacher Eleanor Barbino’s AP Macroecoenomics class were caught cheating on a test. Some students involved in a “cheating ring” took pictures of materials from AP Macroeconomics they “shouldn’t have taken pictures of” according to Barbino.

Although the story is developing, Barbino was allegedly tipped-off that students were cheating in her class.

Even though Barbino declined to comment the week the incident occurred, Barbino eventually confirmed that “there’s cheating, it’s more than one class, and it’s more than one test.”

There was a meeting of AP teachers called on Thursday to discuss the situation and punishments for the students that were caught.

Principal Bill Wiesbrook sent out an email to Central faculty urging teachers to refrain from commenting on the situation.

Sports Editor Mark Kim contributed to this story

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