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13 teachers share the sneakiest way their students have cheated. Happy Teacher Appreciation Day!

13 teachers share the sneakiest way their students have cheated. Happy Teacher Appreciation Day!

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Happy Teacher Appreciation Day!

Teachers are often criminally underappreciated, especially by their paychecks, so it's nice that there's at least one day when educators are trending on Twitter!

It's important to appreciate teachers for all the nonsense they have to deal with, like these clever and not-so-clever cheaters who put forth their effort in scheming rather than studying. A Reddit thread asked teachers for their stories, and here are the best ones.

1. alave with a different type of Snapple fact.

High school kids recreated a Snapple label where the nutrition panel on the back had all the answers, formulas, etc. only got caught because I’d never seen the flavor before and wanted to see how much sugar was in it.


2. itellteacherstories tells teacher stories, and Morse code is for real.

I was supervising a final chemistry exam along with another coworker. Not 15 minutes in, a hand slams down on a desk and I turn around expecting the worst, only to see my coworker angrily shouting at a pair of really frightened 10th graders whose desk he smashed. Amidst the shouting I caught the words, “Morse code”. The guy proceeded to take them to the office. I called a hallway supervisor to take over and ran after the group.

Apparently, the kids were silently tapping the answers amongst themselves in Morse code. Not even with their fingernails, just their fingertips. I never heard a thing, my coworker happened to catch “B” in Morse code or something. I honestly thought he finally went crazy solely because of his appearance, picture Robin Williams in Jumanji going WHAT YEAR IS IT. I’m 100% sure that if this coworker weren’t in the room, they’d have gotten away with it for sure.

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