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Your son Mark is 16 and a bit of a nerd. He is in the Honors Society, the Science Seminar, and the chess club at school. He has always been picked on some at school but he seems to handle it okay. You are happy that lately things have been going much better at school.
Today you get a call from the school. Mark has been caught cheating on a test. You don't understand, since Mark is acing the class and wouldn't need to cheat to get a good grade. The vice-principal explains that Mark wasn't copying from another student, he was letting another student copy from him. And the school considers that just as much cheating as if he had been the one copying. Since this is the first time that Mark has gotten into trouble, his punishment is only getting a zero on the test and having to write an essay on why cheating hurts everyone involved. The vice-principal is calling to make sure you are aware of what happened.
When you get home you can see that Mark is upset, and as soon as you come in the door he tells you there is something he needs to tell you. He tells you about getting caught cheating on a math test. When you ask him why he was letting John copy from him, Mark breaks down. After he calms down, you find out that at the beginning of the semester he made a deal with John. Mark would do John's math homework and help him with math. And John would make sure that the jocks stopped giving Mark a hard time.
What comes next?