I'd love your feedback on this: High schooler Student A keeps all his papers and tests from the previous year. He gives them to Student B, who is a year behind him. Student B is caught cheating on a test (he has a picture of Student A's test on his phone). Both are punished, but Student A actually receives a harsher punishment. Questions that came up regarding the situation: 1. Should Student A have been punished more severely? 2. Should teacher be keeping all tests so kids can't "pass them on"? (is the test the property of Student A or his teacher?) 3. One teacher argued that in college, students give their notes, tests, etc. to others; is that a punishable offense? 4. Should teacher(s) be expected to make completely new tests each year to avoid this? It was also argued that certain material in certain classes must be covered, so how much can you change the test(s) to avoid this situation? This did not happen in my class, but was brought to my attention for my opinion. Your insight is appreciated.