According to a study of 15,000 post-secondary students in Canada, 58% of first-year students admitted to serious test cheating when they were in high school; 73% admitted to serious cheating on written work while in high school; 53% of undergraduate students admitted to at least one instance of serious cheating on written work sometime in the last year; 18% said they had cheated on a test in the last year. And it’s not just students. Parents, teachers and school officials have been caught too. Research shows those who cheat in school go on to cheat in life. Are cheaters the outcome of our win-at-any-costs society? Faking the Grade reveals what comprises a cheating offence (it's not a black or white matter), and how technology is being used to cheat — and to catch the cheaters.