Dartmouth medical school dropped charges against a group of students accused of cheating on remote tests – after facing criticisms the claims were false.
“I have apologized to the students for what they have been through and believe dismissal of the charges is the best path forward,” Geisel School of Medicine Dean Duane Compton said in an email on Wednesday.
The charges and discipline won’t be on the students’ permanent records, he wrote.
“The school is providing students with a wide variety of resources to support them and maintain their academic and professional progress … We will learn from this and do better.”
New policies will be implemented at the Ivy League school to rebuild “the trust we recognize has been lost among some students during this process,” according to Compton.
The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education had criticized Dartmouth’s investigation into the alleged cheating as flawed.
In a statement shared with The Post on Thursday, Foundation Program