A recent study published by Michigan State University's Education Policy Center appears to contain a significant amount of plagiarized material. Some are saying the only problem with the study is lack of proper attribution. In the original work, only one of sources below was even mentioned. Here are a few examples; see for yourself and decide.

The highlighting shows verbatim matches between the original sources on the left and the MSU study on the right. Click photos to enlarge.


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