Shawnna Hayes-Tavares is a parent in Atlanta, Georgia. Some of her children attended schools affected by a cheating scandal involving 178 teachers and principals, working in predominantly black neighborhoods. Those teachers and administrators have been accused of changing marks on standardized tests to make it appear as though their students' academic performance was improving.

Richard Marcus is a retired casino cheat, who now works with casinos to improve security and prevent cheating. He demonstrates his signature move: The Savannah.

Dr. Julia Christensen Hughes is dean of Management and Economics at the University of Guelph. She is a leading Canadian researcher and expert in the field of academic misconduct.

Rabbi Shmuley Boteach has been called 'America's Rabbi'. He is a leading expert on relationships and parenting, and the author of 27 books, including Parenting With Fire and 10 Conversations You Need to Have with Your Children.

David Callahan is the co-founder and a senior fellow at Demos, a New York think tank. He is the author of The Cheating Culture: Why More Americans are Doing Wrong to Get Ahead.

Beginning in 2008, teachers John and Nancy Sathre-Vogel left schools, tests and marking behind and began an adventure others only dream about. With their two young sons, they rode their bikes from Alaska to to the southern tip of South America, a journey that took three years and covered 28,000 kilometres.

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