As college consulting expands, are high school counselors advocates or adversaries?
from The New York Times
From March 26:
High school counselors are often students' biggest advocates, whether guiding teenagers through depression or the stress of SAT tests and college essays. But in the federal investigation of corrupt admissions practices unveiled last week, some were seen as obstacles to be pushed aside. The FBI affidavit revealed how wealthy parents and William Singer, a private admissions consultant, lied to counselors about why students planned to take the SAT and ACT in far-flung locations, where bribed proctors would correct their answers.
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