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12 People, Including 6 Coaches, Plead Not Guilty in College Admissions Scandal

NYTimes.com Monday, 25 March 2019
Those who appeared in a Boston court on Monday included the top tennis coach at Georgetown and an assistant teacher at a Houston public school.
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According to Reuters, former University of Southern California and Georgetown University coaches will appear in court to face charges in Operation Varsity Blues on Monday. Gordon Ernst, Georgetown’s former head tennis coach, Jorge Salcedo, the former men’s soccer head coach at UCLA, and Donna...

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