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Faking disabilities: one of the tactics in the alleged $25m college admissions scam

Fifty people are charged in the case, including TV stars Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin as well as real estate moguls, vineyard owners and hedge fund executives. According to court papers, some parents were told to have their children pretend to have learning disabilities as part of the scam to cheat on college admissions tests. Laura Hatcher, vice president of Little Lobbyist, an organization advocating for children with medical needs and disabilities, discusses how the scam could affect students with disabilities.

Faking disabilities: one of the tactics in the alleged $25m college admissions scam

Fifty people are charged in the case, including TV stars Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin as well as real estate moguls, vineyard owners and hedge fund executives. According to court papers, some parents were told to have their children pretend to have learning disabilities as part of the scam to cheat on college admissions tests. Laura Hatcher, vice president of Little Lobbyist, an organization advocating for children with medical needs and disabilities, discusses how the scam could affect students with disabilities.

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