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Published On: Mon, Apr 15th, 2019

Universities Won’t Be Required To Publicly Reveal If Students Involved In Admissions Scandal Were Expelled

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As the ongoing college admissions scandal continues to unfold, many are calling for justice. Dozens of wealthy and influential parents have been accused of using bribery and cheating to get their children into elite universities. Among those facing charges are Fuller House star Lori Loughlin and former Desperate Housewives star Felicity Huffman. The parents that are involved in the case have been slammed in the media for using their wealth to unfairly set their children apart from their peers. Many hardworking students who deserved a spot in college may have missed out because of this extensive scheme. Much of the nation would like to see the parents and the students involved in the case punished. However, universities will not be required to share how they handled the situation, according to USA Today.

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Universities Won’t Be Required To Publicly Reveal If Students Involved In Admissions Scandal Were Expelled