Palo Alto college adviser John Raftrey discusses with Weekly journalists the implications of a multimillion-dollar nationwide admissions bribery scandal.
Watch the webcast here or listen to the podcast version of the episode here.
• Feds: Parents paid tens of thousands to game the admissions system
• William 'Rick' Singer, head of college-admissions scam, had many Palo Alto connections
• Pressure over college admissions 'out of control'
• Stanford students file class action lawsuit in admissions scandal
• Ex-global equity firm exec, a grad of Gunn High, implicated in admissions scam
• Opinion: Making the college-admissions system more equitable
• Opinion: Lessons parents should learn from the college-admissions scandal
• Editorial: The audacity of privilege
• $75K for a fake ACT score? Students say cheating happens without the big bucks
• In response to college-admissions scandal, Stanford to probe policies, current athletic recruits
• Palo Alto couple faces money-laundering charge in college-admissions scam
• Following college-admissions indictments, feds investigate whether Stanford was lax in complying with financial-aid laws
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