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“One of the Quaker ideals to which our school aspires is integrity . . . An academic community depends on honesty at all stages of learning: research, analysis and presentation. When one chooses to be dishonest at any stage of the learning process, one fragments oneself and diminishes the community . . . Because all scholarship builds on existing scholarship, all scholars—experienced and inexperienced—rely on the truthfulness of their colleagues.” (Friends Seminary Statement on Academic Integrity, 1996)

How does my academic integrity affect my own learning and the learning of others?

Do I seek the truth and speak it even when it feels difficult?

How should I respond when one of my friends breaches academic integrity?

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