Neflix's Operation Varsity Blues: The College Admissions Scandal has further exposed the largest college admissions scandal to date, bringing attention to the pervasive nature of how rich, primarily white parents schemed a system that was already skewed in favor of their children. Education is perceived as the great equalizer within society, but Rick Singer's "side door" for the wealthy serves as another example of how money and power create more inequities on an already unlevel playing field.
Operation Varsity Blues: The College Admissions Scandal shines a harsh light on Singer (played by Matthew Modine). The mastermind and orchestrator of the scheme, Singer networked with parents who were willing to do anything to get their children into top-notch colleges and universities. In a press release, writer and producer Jon Karmen stated, "It was interesting to learn how Singer would work with these parents.