College of DuPage's student newspaper | Est. 1967

The Courier

College of DuPage's student newspaper | Est. 1967

The Courier

College of DuPage's student newspaper | Est. 1967

The Courier

How higher ed can earn the publics trust after the admissions scandal

How higher ed can earn the public’s trust after the admissions scandal

Genevieve Shaker, Associate Professor of Philanthropic Studies, IUPUI; William Plater, Chancellor’s Professor Emeritus of Public Affairs, Philanthropy, and English; Executive Vice Chancellor and Dean of the Faculties Emeritus, IUPUI , The Conversation
March 27, 2019
A federal investigation uncovered how wealthy parents have bribed their children’s way into prestigious and highly-selective schools, like Georgetown University (pictured). Their illegal practices bring to light the numerous legal maneuverings the wealthy use to ensure back-door entrance into elite institutions, disadvantaging deserving, less-affluent student applicants

Should the college admissions scandal make me angry?

Joey Weslo, General Assignment Reporter
March 22, 2019
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