2 additional students surrender in SAT cheating scandal

? Officials say more students surrendered today in the growing SAT cheating scandal.A student who allegedly paid someone to take their test and a person

WOODBURY - ? Officials say more students surrendered today in the growing SAT cheating scandal.

A student who allegedly paid someone to take their test and a person accused of taking a test for a student turned themselves into the Nassau County District Attorney?s Office this morning. Those who were arrested include former Great Neck North student Mark Pomerantz and an unnamed teen from St. Mary?s High School. Both were charged with a misdemeanor. There are now 20 students or former students who have surrendered in the scandal from Great Neck North, Great Neck South, St. Mary?s and Roslyn High School. Nassau DA: 13 additional arrests in SAT cheating scandalAdditional students to surrender in SAT cheating scandal

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