Annapurna Tv producing restricted collection on school admissions scandal
Collider is reporting that Annapurna Tv has acquired the rights to the non-fiction e-book Accepted, which examines the latest school admissions scandal.
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Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin are among the many celebrities who’ve been charged with crimes because the school admissions scandal first got here to mild on March 12. The scandal, referred to as Operation Varsity Blues by the federal government, has resulted in not less than 50 folks being indicted.
Written by Wall Avenue Journal reporters Melissa Korn and Jen Levitz, the e-book might be printed by Portfolio. Korn has coated larger schooling tales for the paper since 2011, writing extensively about school admissions, enterprise fashions for schools and universities, and campus sexual assault and for-profit schools. Levitz covers normal information, economics, courts, and every day life as a nationwide reporter. She, alongside together with her colleagues, was a 2015 Pulitzer finalist for the public-service award after revealing the cancer-spreading threat of a typical medical process.
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Emmy winner D.V. DeVincentis (American Crime Story: The Folks Vs. OJ Simpson) is ready to jot down the one-hour restricted collection concerning the school admissions scandal. Annapurna Tv’s Sue Naegle, Ali Krug, and Patrich Chu will produce.