More coverage: SAT cheating scandal

Sam Eshaghoff, 19, of Great Neck, leaves Nassau

Sam Eshaghoff, 19, of Great Neck, leaves Nassau Police Headquarters in Mineola to be arraigned. (Sept. 27, 2011) (Credit: Howard Schnapp)

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Map: SAT, ACT cheating scandal on LI Several students and former students turned themselves in More arrests in SAT probe The cheating scandal at Great Neck North HS Security changes for SAT exams The attorney for Sam Eshaghoff, who is accused Arraignment in alleged SAT fraud Michael Pomerantz, the fourth test taker in the SAT cheating scandal on LI

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Should students found in the future to be cheating face criminal charges?

Yes, it's fraud and they should suffer the consequences. No, schools should take disciplinary action.

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