Thirteen Bay Area residents, including Stanford's sailing coach, were among the 50 people charged Tuesday in a major college admissions bribery scheme. The indictment alleges that suspects paid standardized test proctors to doctor their children's results and bribed college coaches to recruit kids who had never played a sport to gain entrance to schools such as Stanford, USC and Yale. We'll talk about the latest developments and what the scandal says about merit and access in higher education.
College Admissions Bribery Scandal Rocks Nation's Top Schools
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Thirteen Bay Area residents, including Stanford's sailing coach, were among the 50 people charged Tuesday in a major college admissions bribery scheme. (Photo: Lisa Aliferis/KQED)
Julie Lythcott-Haims, author, "How To Raise An Adult" and "Real American"
Leonardo Castañeda, reporter, Mercury News/Bay Area News Group
Paul Franz, research associate, Challenge Success
Eunice Jung, student, Stanford University