Students have filed a class-action lawsuit against the universities named in the college bribery scandal, which includes Stanford, USC and UCLA. Two parents named in the indictment quit the board of trustees of a prominent prep school in Newport Beach. These parents may have broken the law, but there are many perfectly legal ways parents can buy their children into elite universities.
How rich parents game the college admissions system -- legally
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