College admissions in the United States
Michelle Janavs paid to alter her daughters' test scores and falsely portray one as a beach volleyball recruit.
Gordon Caplan, former co-chairman of a prominent New York corporate law firm, admitted to having his daughter’s ACT exam answers corrected.
The judge ruled in the university's favor in a lawsuit alleging the school is biased against Asian Americans by considering race in its admissions process.
One college counseling company charges up to $1.5 million for its perfectly legal services.
The department sided with a lawsuit filed against the Ivy League school over how it considers race in its admissions policy.
Testing perpetuates systemic inequalities, and it isn't even an accurate indicator of achievement.
Whether XL sheets fit the dorm bed isn't actually important.