At least a half-dozen students at a prestigious New York high school are accused of cheating on the SAT, paying more than a thousand dollars each to avoid taking the test.
FOX News Radio's Todd Starnes reports:
Great Neck Schools Superintendent Dr. Thomas P. Dolan released the following statement on the scandal:
The Great Neck School District has been cooperating with the Nassau County District Attorney's Office regarding an incident of reported cheating on the SAT. Needless to say, the Great Neck School District does not tolerate cheating and we remain committed to cooperating with law enforcement in this matter. It is our hope that the actions currently being taken by the District Attorney's Office will serve to bring an end to any dishonest practices which may have placed students at an unfair disadvantage and will also bring to light any shortcomings in the security of the SAT testing system.