When I read the “admission-gate” scandal – I read it from multiple perspectives – as a university professor, as a psychologist, as a parent of college and high school age children, and as a person who writes about narcissism and entitlement.
Her older son is now a happy student at a private liberal arts college, and her younger son, a high school senior, is "ecstatic," Carstens told TODAY Parents, to be attending the University of Texas in the fall.
Count Julia Roberts among the many who are appalled at the college admissions cheating scheme that has made national headlines in the last week and resulted in charges against 50 people, including actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman.
Khloe Kardashian, True Thompson and Tristan Thompson. Khloé Kardashian opened up about raising her 11-month-old daughter, True, with Tristan Thompson after the NBA player’s cheating scandal. “Khloé stayed with Tristan because of True, hoping to be a family forever.”.
As a mom with two teenage boys heading towards college applications and as a psychologist who does evaluations for kids with learning difficulties (who often need accommodations for testing/college), I have been thinking a lot about the situation.
As a pediatrician working with adolescents and their parents for more than thirty years, my days are often spent looking to build on the strengths of children by fostering their resilience. Help Them Build Resilience by Letting Them Fail Of course, we all want our children to succeed.
More: What we know about Olivia Jade, Lori Loughlin's daughter caught up in admissions scandal But there are scads of other powerful people on the list of those charged in the case, which involves accusations of paying bribes to get kids into top-flight colleges.
While the FBI investigation suggests that the school admissions process is not the meritocracy it is supposed to be, Ruhle suggests one fix.
When the Good American founder, 34, found out that the father of her child, 27, had cheated on her with her sister Kylie Jenner ’s longtime best friend, Jordyn Woods , she felt “disappointed” and “so betrayed,” a source reveals in the new issue of Us Weekly .