Betsy DeVos Opens Investigation into Universities Named in Admissions Bribe Scandal | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Betsy DeVos Opens Investigation into Universities Named in Admissions Bribe Scandal

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has launched an investigation into the colleges and universities that were named in the college admissions bribery scandal.

According to a report from Politico, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has launched an investigation into the colleges and universities that were named in the Department of Justice’s investigation into bribery in college admissions. Several big-name universities were included in the department’s report, included the University of Southern California, Georgetown University, Yale University, Wake Forest University, the University of Texas at Austin, and Stanford University.

“The allegations made and evidence cited by the Department of Justice raise questions about whether your institution is fully meeting its obligations,” an education department official wrote in a statement.

The Education Department has demanded that the named schools turn over various documents related to their admissions process. Some of the requested documents, such as marketing materials, are available to the public. Other requested information, such as internal policies and procedures, are private to the universities.

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