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Admissions officers are far more likely to suspect fraud from a certain type of kid. And it’s not the children of Lori Loughlin or Felicity Huffman.

The student, a former wrestler at Robinson Secondary School, was transferred.

About two dozen Filipino teachers in the Baltimore school district have been let back into the United States after problems last year with their visas.

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Why and how we should reimagine school.

Federal prosecutors say Gordon Ernst was part of a conspiracy that infiltrated elite schools.

Some students are seeking to escape racist rhetoric by heading to historically black campuses.

Administrators hope the ban will alleviate issues of internet access and speed on campus, freeing up more bandwidth for academic resources.

It is free and said to be the first such guide to address the problem of white supremacist groups recruiting young people.

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A remarkable book shows how teenagers can achieve mastery and enjoyment.

Prestigious universities promised to consider how to protect their admissions processes from fraud.

The march comes a year after teens walked out following the massacre at a Florida school.

Plaintiffs claim that universities failed to protect the admissions process.

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The problem is 'wealthy parents who are robbing underrepresented groups of opportunities to climb.'

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They know that "the students who need the most support receive the least."

Parents and students said the federal case shows those who play by the rules are losing precious seats at elite universities to unscrupulous families with money and clout.

“I want to see the guy who slammed my son," Freeman said when he arrived at the middle school, according to a police report. “I’ve got something for him.”

She is the first Hispanic student to win in more than two decades.

Education Secretary DeVos's comments come a day after reports of wealthy parents allegedly using fraud to get their children admitted to selective colleges.

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They include parents, coaches and an allegedly corrupt college admissions counselor.

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