Some SAT prep courses accused of charging students unfairly
A brand new version of the SAT was rolled out this month, aiming to better reflect what kids learn in school, and many students are preparing for the exams online. But as NBC’s Ronan Farrow reports, some SAT prep courses are charging students more than others, based on location or possibly even race.
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