Of course, you don't want to believe it, but the evidence and the concerned teacher are right in front of you: Your well-behaved, smart, attentive child cheated.
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Whether you're in the thick of the situation and need to figure out if and how to handle a child who has lied or cheated or you're ready to set up family rules to help prevent getting there, author and educational expert Dr. Michele Borba explains what to do next.