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- ANEMONA HARTOCOLLIS

The admissions fraud investigation is just the latest in a string of revelations that have eroded tr [...]

- KIM BARKER

The schools are struggling with debt even as the charity sits on tens of millions. [...]

- DAN LEVIN, CONCEPCIÓN DE LEÓN and ADEEL HASSAN

Across the country, students absorbed the news that their colleges had been implicated in a sweeping [...]

- ELIZA SHAPIRO and DANA GOLDSTEIN

Once sacrosanct, the SAT and ACT have become optional at hundreds of colleges. Will the admissions b [...]

- JOHN ELIGON and AUDRA D. S. BURCH

For students of color who have long had to justify their presence on campus, the federal fraud case [...]

- KEVIN CAREY

Certain kinds of students — but not the privileged and the wealthy — benefit greatly from a selectiv [...]

- Debbie Truong

A Fairfax County student was accused of sexual harassment. He says the school system discriminated against him.The student, a former wrestler at Robinson Secondary School, was transferred. [...]

- Talia Richman

About two dozen Filipino teachers in the Baltimore school district have been let back into the Unite [...]

- Nick Anderson

‘Three spots’: Alleged bribery of tennis coach stings Georgetown admissionsFederal prosecutors say Gordon Ernst was part of a conspiracy that infiltrated elite schools. [...]

- Peter Jamison

HBCUs seeing resurgent appeal amid rising racial tensionsSome students are seeking to escape racist rhetoric by heading to historically black campuses. [...]

- Jay Mathews

Is it possible to go deep in high school? Maybe, but excitement is mandatory.A remarkable book shows how teenagers can achieve mastery and enjoyment. [...]

- Moriah Balingit

Rescinded admissions, a class-action suit: Fallout from college scandal spreadsPrestigious universities promised to consider how to protect their admissions processes from fraud. [...]