More arrests expected in SAT cheating scandal

The New York Times reports that at least seven more students are expected to turn themselves in next week in an ongoing (and widening) Long Island SAT cheating scandal. The story broke in September with the arrest of Emory University student Sam Eshaghoff and six high school students who allegedly paid him up to $2,500 to take the SAT in their place, using a fake ID to gain entrance. In one case, authorities report that Eshaghoff used a girl’s ID to gain entrance to the testing center.

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