Some have suggested that imposing an honor code from the administration onto the student body sends the message that students cannot be trusted, and that any such move will backfire.
What does HC stand for?
HC stands for Honor Code
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- Military and Government
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We have 109 other meanings of HC in our Acronym Attic
- Holden Caulfield
- Holland Christian High School (Michigan)
- Holy Cow
- Holy Crap
- Holy Cross (College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts)
- Home Church
- Home Country
- Homebrew Channel (Wii applications)
- Honey Comb
- Honoris Causa
- Honors College
- Hoofdconducteur (guard on Dutch train)
- Hope Center (various organizations)
- Hope College (Holland, MI, USA)
- Horizontal Clearance
- Horizontal Control Line
- Horizontal Cutter
- Horizontally Challenged
- Hors Concours (French: out of the competition; a participant ineligable to win prizes)
Samples in periodicals archive:
95 Hardcover LB3609 More than two-thirds of college students report that they engaged in some form of academic dishonesty in the previous year, per the authors' surveys of students and faculty at public and private institutions with strong or weak honor codes.
The Honor Code is a decidedly ethical book, aimed at inducing and directing action.
Traditional ivy-league type honor codes typically include provisions such as unproctored exams, a written pledge that students are asked to sign attesting to the integrity of their work, and a judicial system whereby students themselves take the role of judge and jury in any allegation of academic dishonesty.
He suggested that putting the primary responsibility for dealing with violations in the hands of student representatives as in the process of honor code systems, could reduce the level of academic integrity violations.
UPHOLDING THE HONOR CODE Even though so many teens repeatedly break the rules, 90 percent of GL girls surveyed--including the cheaters--feel that it is wrong.
Honor Bright: History and Origins of the West Point Honor Code and System.