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It's not just cheaters: From legacy privileges to special testing exemptions to private tutors and other professional services, it's increasingly clear that America's selective college admissions system has a problem.
Why it matters: These are assaults on equality of opportunity, which American politicians have preached for generations.
The big picture: College admissions have become ruthlessly competitive, and the existing rules allow people to buy advantages without breaking a single rule.
What's next: The College Board is rolling out an "adversity score" to give socioeconomic and environmental context for test scores.
The bottom line: Nothing will, or should, prevent a parent from doing the absolute best for their child.
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The video for "Higher," the latest single from DJ Khaled's new album, was filmed just days before rapper Nipsey Hussle, who features on the track, was murdered in Los Angeles in March.
Khaled talked with AP about Hussle's impact:
All proceeds from the song, which also features John Legend, will be donated by Khaled to Hussle's two children.