Columnist: Essay-prep companies may help disadvantaged students

Washington Post education columnist Jay Mathews says he is uneasy over the proliferation of college admissions essay preparation companies, which charge about $80 to polish a student's draft. The online companies, however, may boost the admission chances of students who lack access to such advantages as college counselors, test preparation courses and small private school classes.

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