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This is an excellent book that all college age students and their parents should read.
It was a great experience and using the tricks in Dale's book I think many more people can have these types of self directed learning experiences.
If you are twenty-something buy this book, or if you are fifteen, and thinking about going to college read this book.
True, but have not figured out how to convey this information to my sonPublished 1 month ago by B-Sometime
The book, although well written, has an amateur tone. As others have mentioned he does seem to have a vendetta against colleges in general, despite stating the opposite countless... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Travis
Interesting book that will have you rethinking your education path.Published 1 month ago by Steven Henderson
I'm just now ordering the book. But I'm in favor of what I'm reading in the overview and reviews.
I grew up on a farm where I learned the wisdom of learning from doing,... Read more
I started reading this because I have 4 children at all different levels in their life. My second oldest is in college and I'm working on ways to make his degree coming worth more. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Phillip Banks Sr.
A must read for any parent who's dream is for thier child to go to college, and for any teenager who is still unsure about what to do with thier life. Read morePublished 1 month ago by angel
As someone who graduated from teachers college in 1966 I knew that the college degree was relatively worthless as far as training me to teach. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sharon Hillestad
Gave the book to my granddaughter who is taking a 'gap year' after HS graduation.Published 2 months ago by Michael B. Perkins