Here's what I found in AFP.
Sheesh...wonders never cease!
In Seoul, Korea, schoolchildren are getting smart. They can't do their homework, they find someone -- well, where else but the Internet -- to do it. For a fee, of course.
Here's the story:
A portal lists more than 500 websites devoted to homework with fees to pupils ranging from 8,000-10,000 won (eight dollars 50 cents to 11 dollars), The Korea Times said. "I need to write three English diaries by the end of the week," a 12-year said in a message posted on one site.
"I don't really want to write them. Who can write for me and how much do I have to pay?" There are also websites offering already-completed homework, with individual material downloadable for 500 won, the paper said. Others offer children a chance to share projects. Experts worry that such sites could send students the wrong message, that they can buy whatever they want, the paper said.
Oh. This is not good!
Wonder if their parents and teachers are aware of this?
Or have the kids outsmarted them?