These stories are becoming so frequent that you have to wonder about the intelligence and moral character of the entire Education Establishment. I maintain that they are;
- Uninterested educating, but only in money and power
- Morally bankrupt
- Institutionally corrupt.
Long Island school officials say they caught a sophomore cheating on a Regents examination last week and were quickly able to trace the cribbed answers - written on his hand - to the student's father, an assistant superintendent in charge of exams and answer sheets in another district.
The alleged scheme was disclosed yesterday when the father, Isben Jeudy, 40, of East Northport, was charged with official misconduct in First District Court of Nassau County, in Hempstead. He pleaded not guilty and was released on his own recognizance. His lawyer did not return a call seeking comment.