Speech to Text for SAT/ACT prep instructors weigh in on college admissions scandal
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high traffic area. a says: "st. mary's school in medford actually offers an sat prep course. the man who teaches the class says not only is bribing schools and changing test scores obviously wrong, he says it sets a poor example for students trying to get into college." vincent says: "this was just a spectacular moral failure." butted "it undercuts one of of the chief goals of education which is to teach people how to be good people not just how to be high performing students." junior anais fong endured vincent comerchero's 26 school day s-a-t prep class and just took her first s-a-t test. she says this whole college admissions scam is far from fair especially since she's studying hard to get into the college that's right for her. anais says: "there's all these kids that may not have as much money as the kids whose parents paid their way into getting them into colleges and things like that. i think it's not just unfair but also extremely wrong." eric danson owns an s-a-t a-c-t prep and college counseling business. he says this scam has potentially taken spaces away from kids who deserved it. eric says: "it just kind of stings inside to know that for me, i'm working really hard to help these kids get in and they're losing opportunities to get in because they are paying for those slots. butted "it's kind of a sad state of what happens when you have a lot of money and parents aren't necessarily focused on the right thing." danson adds there are some indirect consequences as well. some of his students who need about disabilities was also medford, andryanna sheppard, newswatch 12." turning