Lessons From The College Admission Scandal Bribes and phony credentials versus great college planning advice

  • Students — knowingly or unknowingly — submitting standardized test scores taken by someone else?
  • Teens faking a learning disability in order to secure extra time on standardized tests?
  • Students (or more likely, their parents) sending a video with the student’s image replacing that of a world-class athlete in an effort to grab…

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Steven R. Antonoff is an Independent Educational Consultant in Denver.

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Steven R. Antonoff is an Independent Educational Consultant in Denver.

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