When Yale Rejects Your Kid, Blame It On The Dirty Cheaters | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


When Yale Rejects Your Kid, Blame It On The Dirty Cheaters

Insecure parents across the country have been gifted a new scapegoat they can blame their child's shortcomings on: the admissions scandal cheaters. And this Thursday, they may need it - that marks the day that tens of thousands of prospective new students will hear from Ivy League schools like Harvard, Yale and Princeton about admission, according to Bloomberg.

On Friday, one day later, many of the 33 parents charged in the scandal will wind up in federal court in Boston for their first appearance related to the scandal. They should be able to avoid serving jail time if they plead guilty, according to lawyers.

Liz Pleshette, a former Columbia University admissions officer and director of college counseling at the private Latin School of Chicago said: "Families have been overvaluing some smoke and mirrors. The wizard has been revealed behind the curtain."

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