Willful ignorance or “ostrich in the sand syndrome” has never been a good viable option to deal with difficult problems.
For all the faculty and students Fall 2022. There is a problem, explain to them how to correct the problem, then provide all the training and necessary support to fix the problem. Was the way this was supoosed to go. As this is not the best slow and steady manner towards fix.
So the early bird may get the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese. Those responsible for your education, besides yourself, are good at patting each other on the back. Grades have always probably got in the way of learning but unfortunately are an unnecessary evil; so they say.
The following is some result of what happens when people who should be doing their own work either can't, choose not to, don't want to be bothered with it, and/or, most common, get complacent over the semesters. Or work somewhere 5+ years but never notice correlations.
However, the problem is bigger than any university in eastern new mexico, students buy answers for courses quizzes. The professors don’t care and the only ones in a bind are the struggling students that don’t have all the answers. Test publishers did not make tests designed to score a perfect 100 on; they are designed to be difficult. So that not all the answers are black and white using a textbook. There is not supposed to be enough quiz time to look up ever answer. And note here, to our and other students that may have all the answers. You may NOT want to score a perfect 100 on those quizzes and tests, as that tends to give it away. For students that may be new at this, successful cheating involves not getting caught.
Go to https://www.citationmachine.net/apa/cite-a-website type in your course book. Searched results include study guides, solution manuals, and test banks availible for purchase. There are at least two user groups you may find online. So, for instances if you are taking chemistry course that uses the book Chemistry 2e by OpenStax. Searching finds these results