Parenting Book Author Jane Buckingham Sentenced In College Cheating Scandal

Parenting Book Author Jane Buckingham Sentenced In College Cheating Scandal

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The college bribery admission scandal, in which several wealthy parents paid thousands of dollars to get their children admitted into college by either cheating on exams or recruiting them as athletes despite no athletic ability, exposed more than 50 people doing shady dealings to get their kids into elite schools. Most notably, actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin were among the biggest names involved, with Huffman already serving her short prison sentence today.   Image Via Fox News   Now, a famous author has been given her sentence. Author and CEO Jane Buckingham was sentenced yesterday in Boston federal court …

Admissions Scandal Already Has Book and TV Show in the Works

Admissions Scandal Already Has Book and TV Show in the Works

The college admissions bribery scandal already has a book in the works and that unreleased book is already getting a TV adaptation. Perhaps it was inevitable given that this news story has not left headlines since the story broke, but if you don’t know what I’m writing about then let me clue you into the broad strokes:   Federal investigators in case dubbed Operation Varsity Blues uncovered that parents were rigging entrance exams and paying bribes to school officials to have their children admitted as student-athletes even if the children didn’t play sports. This was mostly done through a college admissions …