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The research is eye-opening and the author's style is easy to read and very straightforward.
The book is about as long as a feature article in a magazine like "Foreign Affairs" so you can easily read it in one sitting.
Glenn Reynolds writes that higher education has become a bubble that is about to burst like the housing debacle.
Great book, parents of high school students should be reading this.Published 22 days ago by tracy dewhirst
This is not really a book - more so a small pamphlet. This was not clearly labeled, though it does state it is a broadside. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jordan Hughes
What I read just confirmed what I have been saying for years. The hands on experience is worth so much more then we publicly share. Read morePublished 3 months ago by teri
Anything that can't go on forever....won't. This lays out the facts of the case. Glenn Reynolds is a master at the simple presentation.Published 9 months ago by Robert Langham
Great short book that helps the reader understand why the price of higher education has spiked so much over the last 20 years.Published 10 months ago by Charles H. Rosa
It's clear the higher ed market is not a real market. Why? Because it has been influenced by easy money (read gov't) money. And like all bubbles this one too will pop. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Textian
Could have gone much deeper, no unique arguments were made. Good high level overview of the landscape however. Word word.Published 10 months ago by Ghayden
This tiny (in terms of total text) "broadside" delivers an extremely powerful punch by providing an explanation which epitomizes the current crisis in "higher education" in the U. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Nathanael Greene