Speech to Text for Students, Teachers weigh in on College Admissions Scandal
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folo-stinger following up on the colle sou tell me they are outraged to hear that some celebrity parents are accused of bribing some elite schools to accept their children. they tell me they worked hard to get where they got and those students need to do the same." mitchell says: "people shouldnt' be able to pay to get into schools. it should be earned, not given." 50 people were charged yesterday, including accreesses lori loughlin and felicity fuffman. they are accused of participating in the largest college admissions scams ever prosecuted. according to authorities, the man behind it all, william singer, would either have other people take the s-a-t or a-c-t for his client's children or to get students in as an athlete. an s-o-u student says she's disappointed about the whole scandal but not in the least bit shocked. jade says: "i want to say i should be surprised but i am not surprised because i know there are people out there who are very selfish and all they care about is money and not education or morals or values they just lack all of that." even one s-o-u student thinks those who got into school through cheating should have to start over. shealyn says: "i think that they should be expelled from the college they got into and actually like retake the test and see what actually score they get and see if they can actually get into college because then if they can't shrugs" the students i spoke with today say this scam potentially took opportunities away from other students who worked hard. andryanna says: "coming up on newswatch 12 at 6, i speak to some of those sat/act prep coaches who tell me this whole scandal is beyond unfair. in ashland, andryanna sheppard, newswatch 12." we have a money alert for you. there's