This amusing sentence caught my eye in the Times story today about yoga in high school: "Cheating, experts say, is a problem at high schools nationwide."
Who are these "experts?" I could have told you this in 1991, when David Wallace asked to see my homework before school one day. (I said no, righteously.) So could any high schooler today, I am sure.
Is this why the price of my paper went up by 25% recently? For "expert" commentary like this?
But I digress. The full article is pretty interesting--yoga is one way to reduce the stress in the overly taxing environment of an affluent and achieving American high school. Since I assume that our own kids (when we have them) would attend such a high school some day, I thought I should pay attention.