"If you're considering college - or sending a child to college - this is the book you have to read first!" - Thom Hartmann, Nationally syndicated radio talk-show host
"The cost of college is skyrocketing. Students are increasingly getting into hock - at rates they can't afford - just to pay their bills. No Sucker Left Behind is a must-read manual that tells us about this pernicious debt trap and what we can do about it." - Danny Schechter, Director, IN DEBT WE TRUST
"Every student and parent needs to read this book. I wish my son had read it before he went to college." -- Janne O'Donnell, Board of Directors, Americans for Fairness in Lending
This book is full of facts and commonsense needed by parents and students as they make their way towards college decisions.
Some good news - Scheer suggests high-school advanced placement classes, and taking free classes at local colleges while in high school are good ways to reduce costs.
This is an incredibly well researched and documented book, and what I enjoyed so much about it is that it is written in clear, understandable and powerful language.
No Sucker Left Behind, while informative and well researched, was a very painful read. Bad grammar, poor sentence structure and over stuffed with keywords, i.e. Read morePublished 4 months ago by T. Bryan Mulligan
This is an incredibly well researched and documented book, and what I enjoyed so much about it is that it is written in clear, understandable and powerful language. Read morePublished on December 16, 2012 by John Lee Grogan Jr.
No Sucker Left Behind takes a generally dim view of the bureaucracy surrounding higher education. It shines light on how universities really operate. Read morePublished on February 7, 2012 by 1
Packed with information about the ways universities and colleges suck you into believing higher education is the only way to suceed in life. Read morePublished on October 10, 2011 by C. Woodul
Books such as this should be required reading for every high-school student's parent[s]. It is a sad commentary on how universities and colleges have deviated from educating young... Read morePublished on May 24, 2011 by Cee a Reader
The Marc Scheer gives a sobering view of the state of higher education in America. After forty years in education, most of it spent in higher education, I can truthfully say that... Read morePublished on January 26, 2011 by Nickolas P. Fleezanis