I have one question
So a bunch of kids have been arrested in an SAT cheating scam. They paid, most of them, $1,500 to $2,500 for someone else to take the test for them.
Here’s my question: How many Long Island kids have the money to pay that? In my city, this kind of money would almost certainly indicate that the parents paid for it. I know of exactly one of my daughter’s friends who could come up with that kind of money on her own, and she will probably be one of the high scoring kids all using just her own brain.
Shouldn’t parents be targeted, too? Aiding and abetting, or something? This shouldn’t just be bad parenting, it should be a crime.