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In connections academy there is something called and honor code yet it seems every connection academy student here just wants to leech. I come here every now for help in math or language art, or to help in history. But others it ridiculous like 300 + Question and 12 answers. Isn't openstudy here for people to better them selves in knowledge. Image if these "students" leech there whole why through there schooling. What would they have learn?! They wouldn't be able pass the SAT or ACT. Which would lead to a crappy collage. Then a couple year later they would work at McDonald's or etc. I feel like OpenStudy should have more stricter rule against sharing with out give an explanation or building and anti-cheating system of such. It just angers me when people put there hard work out there and yet people don't learn. As in some random math question and a person is like okay can you solve for X? The other person would list a random answer just to get the answer from somebody else.
Also... if you able to understand one type of question... that is sufficient... but the people keep asking same type of question immediately after another without trying to think.... Man,,, this makes me sad some times
Openstudy has an honor code as well, its called the code of conduct. When we find people not conforming to the CoC, we try to take corrective actions. There is also a report abuse feature tucked under each post that allows people to report content that goes against the CoC.