Q1. What is the underlying problem in this case from the perspective of federal government, the parents, and the prospective college students?
Q2. Why do you think the parents were willing to play such a significant and risky role in their kid’s college admissions?
Q3. How do you think the general environment, particularly economic, demographic, international and sociocultural forces, fed into the admissions scandal?
Q4. Are the children who were aware of the cheating scheme purely victims in this situation, or should they also be considered unethical? Explain your answer using one of the four approaches to deciding ethical dilemmas.
Q5. Based on what you have learned about Rick Singer, his involvement, and his decision to cooperate in the investigation, where would you place his level of moral development? Explain your answer.
read the case “Who’s to Blame for the College Admissions Scandal?” given on Page number 112, Chapter 3– “The Manager’s Changing Work Environment and Ethical Responsibilities” available in your textbook/e-textbook “Management: A Practical Introduction” 10th edition by Angelo Kinicki, & Denise B.Soignet