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Does technology make it easier for students to cheat?

Should students grade their teachers?

Yes, teachers will learn how to improve when they are evaluated by students.
86% (12 votes)
No, students don't have all of the necessary information to evaluate teachers properly.
14% (2 votes)
Total votes: 14

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