• POLICIES

    I.  Plagiarism

    Plagiarism in any form, whether intentional or unintentional, is unacceptable in the work of students at Council Rock High School North.  The penalty for plagiarism is a grade of zero (0) for any assignment in which plagiarism occurs.  More than one instance of plagiarism in the same course may result in failure of the course.  Plagiarism in the Graduation Project will result in the project requirement not being satisfied.  The notation "NS" will appear for the project on the student transcript.  In any instance of plagiarism, additional administrative penalties may apply.

     

    II.  Policy for the Protection of Participants in Research Projects

    A. Council Rock High School North does not sanction any kind of research project which threatens the health or well-being of any investigator, facilitator or subject (human or animal) through:

    1.  Biomedical procedures

              2.  Procedures used to elicit information

    3.  Procedures designed to directly modify the knowledge, thinking, attitudes, feelings or other aspects of the behavior of subjects.

     

    B.  Council Rock High School North does not sanction any kind of research project which causes subjects any degree of:

    1.  Discomfort

    2.  Harassment

    3.  Invasion of Privacy

    4.  Risk of Physical Harm

    5.  Threat to Personal Dignity

    6.  Potential Harm

     

    C. Council Rock High School North does not sanction any kind of research project which involves giving false or misleading information to subjects or withholding information from them such as their "informed" consent is in question.

     

    D. Procedures for maintaining confidentiality of all subjects" data must be include in all research projects using human subjects.

     

    E. Student engaged in any research must conform to school and department policies and procedures currently in place.

     

    III.  Policy on Administrative Approval of all Surveys


    Prior to the administration of any survey, it must be presented to the teacher supervising the research as well as approved by the administrative liaison for the particular area.

Last Modified on September 14, 2010