Every person I have spoken with has something to say about the college admissions scandal. The crisis has rocked people all over the U.S. I’m not referring to the mega-rich celebrities or executives implicated. I’m referring to everyday people: working people, high school kids, college-age students, parents and grandparents, alumni, college counselors, public relations professionals, crisis communications experts, legal marketers, the media and countless others.

The college admissions scandal hits home.

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