Federal authorities have indicted 50 people in what’s being called the largest college admissions scandal in history.
The schemes involved bribing coaches at elite universities to identify students as athletic recruits to improve their chances for entrance, and doctoring standardized test scores and other cheating on ACT and SAT exams.
Today on All Sides, the price of college admission in America.
- Scott Jaschik, editor, Inside Higher Ed
- Jane Hahn Watkins, founder and educational consultant, My College Advocate
- Kirsten Hextrum, assistant professor University of Oklahoma studies athletics and college admission