The extremely shady “educational integrity” industry

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The pandemic presented an opportunity to reconsider our seemingly immutable assumptions about life — for adults, anyway. We got the Great Resignation and “hybrid” work-from-home. Our kids got remote learning. Ugh.

Don’t get me wrong: remote learning has its advantages, especially for kids coping with…

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