More on the SAT Cheating Scandal
From ABC News:
The investigation of an alleged SAT cheating ring that saw the arrest of seven students in September has widened to include five Long Island, N.Y., schools and as many as 20 students suspected of defrauding college admissions exams.
Between 11 and 13 students are expected to turn themselves in Tuesday at the Nassau County District Attorney’s office to face charges that they cheated on the SAT and ACT exams, according to DA’s spokesman John Byrne.
The charges follow the September bust of a ring allegedly led by college student Sam Eshaghoff, who prosecutors say charged $1,500 to $2,500 to take the tests for younger students.