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College Admissions Bribe Scandal: Some Parents Pay $1 Million+ to Help Get into Ivy League Schools Legally
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Mar 15, 2019 3:30 PM 1+ week ago

College Admissions Bribe Scandal: Some Parents Pay $1 Million+ to Help Get into Ivy League Schools - Legally

A lawsuit filed last year by the college consulting company Ivy Coach reveals just how much money some families are willing to pay for assistance in getting into Ivy League schools -- legally.

Last year, Ivy Coach filed a lawsuit against a Vietnamese mother who was charged $1.5 million worth in "substantial guidance and effort" to help her daughter apply to twenty-two elite colleges and seven top high school boarding schools, according to a report by Inside Higher Ed.

The lawsuit charged the mother with paying only half of the $1.5 million she owed Ivy Coach for helping her daughter apply to Amherst, Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Duke, Georgetown, Harvard, New York, Northwestern, Princeton, Stanford and Tufts Universities, MIT, and UC Berkeley, among several other schools.

The lawsuit added that assisting the Vietnamese mother caused Ivy Coach to lose out on additional opportunities to help other ...

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