essayRight's founder is a qualified and an experienced ESL teacher. She taught ESL to university students for several years. After retirement, to keep her experience alive, she started looking for online work. She searched the internet and registered herself in agencies offering such opportunities. But she was soon disappointed to learn that their interest was not in helping students with their writing, rather in doing their assignments for them! She practically had to do the assignment for them. Right away, she declined and deregistered her name from the company.
Academic dishonesty is to deceive your instructor as to the legitimacy of your work. Today, there are so many essay writing services that can provide students with a perfectly written essay. Phrases like "We take the stress away from writing an assignment’, 'We provide quality essays’, ‘We can write papers on any topic you want’ are quite common. These agencies are tempting students to take the easy route by doing their homework for them. Because of their existence, for students, handing in assignments has become so easy, so convenient! But are they taking a risk? They get an A on their assignment if they are not caught, but an F or even a suspension if caught. She found this not only sad, but appalling!
"The words ‘plagiarism’ and ‘academic dishonesty’ are written everywhere, from the university’s home page to course syllabus. Then how is it that it’s not followed? While the academic institutions are aiming at high quality learning, these agencies are supplying ready made assignments. Who should be punished here? Students, who take the easy way out? Instead of focusing on learning, they focus on grades. Teachers and educational administrators who do not put an end to such dishonest practices? Or the companies that provide these essays for a fee? I do not mean to say that there are no genuine Proofreading and Editing services or Model Essay Writing services whose job is to help writers make their writing better or show them what a good essay would look like. But I am talking about services that support dishonest practices by doing students' assignments for them." she says.
After seeing all this, she says that she swore to herself that she will never be a part of such businesses. The result is the launching of essayRight.