Only the front of the square boxes was open like a window from which students could see in the front.
Mexico City: A teacher in the Mexican state of Tlaxcala wore a cardboard box to the students to prevent them from duplicating in the graduation exam. After the pictures taken in the room exams went viral on social media, the debate over whether such derogatory treatment with students during exams was only appropriate to prevent duplication.
According to the details, Louise Hoarez, a teacher of the College of Bachelors in Tlaxcala, wore a cardboard box to prevent duplication of students during the exam, only the front of which was open like a window; Could only see in front.
When these photos of the room test went viral on social media, the parents of the children became enraged and called it “inhumane act” and protested with the Mexican government demanding such humiliation with the students. And the removal of tax liability for inhumane treatment.
However, on the other hand some people have praised this way of preventing copy as unique and unusual.
It should be noted that a similar incident happened in a Thai school in 2013 where students were forced to wear “coping helmets” which were actually made of coarse paper pieces and were worn during the exam. The latter could only be seen in front.