Low-Income Students Being Impacted by New College Admissions Scandal?

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Parents are giving up custody of their kids to friends or family so their child will be eligible for more financial aid in the admissions process, and low-income students are being impacted. Family Law Attorney Allison Corley shares that giving up a child is as easy as filling out a form and taking it to a judge for a rubber stamp. How prevalent is this practice in the admissions process?

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