What Bay Area Students Think About the #CollegeAdmissionScandal

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Jasmine Menjivar (left), Meili Tan Rubio (center), and Georgia Pori (right) are 12th grade students at June Jordan School for Equity in San Francisco. (Devin Katayama/KQED)

Many people were not surprised that 13 of the 50 people charged in the college admission scandal this week are from the Bay Area. Among those not surprised that money and power impact who gets into colleges and who doesn't are three  high school seniors at June Jordan School for Equity. Today, we hear from them and then get some advice on how to approach college selection.

Guests: Meili Tan Rubio, Jasmine Menjivar, and Georgia Pori, seniors at June Jordan School for Equity and Dr. Barbara Austin with College Quest

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