Transcript for Prep school lands in center of college cheating scandal
To do that, the man behind it all allegedly partnered up with at least two test-taking one in Texas. The other in California. It's the massive scandal exposing the ugly truth about college admissions. The sting operation varsity blues ensnaring administrators, elite school, and dozens of wealthy parents accused of breaking the law so their kids could get ahead. This morning, this west Hollywood prep school in hot We finally saw it all lay out in front of us how up fair and unlevel the playing field really is. Reporter: The director of the private school, igor dvorski charged with accepting bribes of $10,000 per student of the papers indiagnosticed, 13, including act res felicity Huffman, allegedly September their children to the center where children with purported learning disabilities could get extended time to take the exam. Numerous parents paid to have someone take the exam for their child or correct their child's answers afterward. All to achieve a sufficiently high preagreed score on those tests. Reporter: This school allegedly services a critical role in the E lab prat ploy created by this man, Rick singer. Getting into the right college will set the trajectory for the rest of your son or daughter's life. Don't leave it to chance. Reporter: Sing, who has pleaded guilty, told parents he needed to control the center. He said igor does his part. He science off. He's the site coordinator. Nobody will be there but you guys. The whole problem with the scandal is that people have ideas in their head if you don't go to X, Y, or Z, fancy school your life will be meaningless. Reporter: We have reached out to Dvorsky. Soer that, in comment. A proctor at a Houston, Texas school is also being targeted. Those prep schools are where authorities seem to be turning their attention. They're hooking at who else used those services? Who else was taking those tests. To be part of the net. Without a doubt.
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