On Sunday, "60 Minutes" featured "The Perfect Score: Cheating on the SAT," covering the recent stories that rocked . The program included interviews with Sam Eshaghoff, Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice and Educational Testing Service President Kurt Landgraf.
If you missed the episode, see the full interview here.
The interview examined the integrity and security of the SAT and how easy some say it is for a person to take the test for another. It also pointed to a system of brokers connecting buyers and sellers of test-taking services.
According to "60 Minutes," Eshaghoff will tutor low-income students on taking the SAT, as part of a plea deal.
"We know there are kids in college right now who got where they are because of tests that someone else took and there's nothing that we can do about it," Rice told "60 Minutes." "If that doesn't tell you that the system has to change, I don't know what does."
Did you watch the episode? Did any of it surprise you?