In a new development in the case, officials said that in a bid to avoid a federal lawsuit, Karen Dillard's agreed to settle the allegations with a $1 million payout. Of that amount, $600,000 will be paid to the College Board and another $400,000 will cover free tutoring for high school students of low income families. The settlement was a lifeboat to Karen Dillard's, whose owners declared they feared their business would collapse under the weight of the lawsuit. The prestigious company charges up to $2,300 for coaching at sites in Dallas, Plano and Colleyville. Sources said that the case and the settlement marked one of the biggest alleged test security breaches in College Board history. [
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Last updated on May-1-08