Financial Times did a piece on Ashesi University in January and asked founder Patrick Awuah about the Honour System.
“As well as pushing for high academic standards, fostering a culture of ethics is a central mission of the school. If caught cheating, students fail the course. Anyone found cheating a second time is expelled. “When we started, people said we were being unreasonable,” says Mr Awuah. “But it’s what schools in the west do, so why shouldn’t we?”
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