Some TCU students accused of cheating get suspensions overturned | Fort Worth Star-Telegram

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Suspensions overturned for some TCU students accused of cheatingBY DIANE SMITHdianesmith@star-telegram.comLINKEDINGOOGLE+PINTERESTREDDITPRINTORDER REPRINT OF THIS STORYMay 14, 2018 03:51 PMUpdated May 14, 2018 03:52 PMFORT WORTH The suspensions of several TCU students who used the Quizlet study app to prep for exams have been overturned, the law firm of Varghese Summersett announced Monday.”We are pleased to report that all of our clients’ suspensions have been lifted by the dean of the Bob Schieffer College of Communication,” Letty Martinez, one of the attorneys representing several students, said in a written statement. “While we believe overturning these suspensions is a step in the right direction, we are continuing to appeal the remaining sanctions.”Last week, 12 TCU students were suspended after being accused of using the study tool to cheat. Students received year-long suspensions for alleged “academic misconduct.” The students were accused of using Quizlet to get the answers to tests being administered at the end of the spring semester.

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