This book was very easy to understand and very thoroughly researched.
I find the solutions suggested for higher education to be much more palatable than the status quo - so, to borrow a phrase, let's roll!
All in all the book is great if you haven't read much at all about the changes that might be coming in education.
Professor Reynolds would have served the thesis of his book better if he showed he understands how the Information Literacy movement can help the improvement of our schools. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Professor Christy Maxwell
Excellent analysis of the state of education in the country. Education is out of control and Professor Reynolds presents a thorough analysis of the reasons for the unsustainable... Read morePublished 5 months ago by GW Shaffer
This is a must read for parents. It's quick, concise and packed with documented info and keen insights. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Fastflyer
I was expecting a book that moved us forward in the dialogue about modern education. Instead I thought this author hit me over the head with more of the Doomsday Prophecy which I... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Edward J. Cuneo
The author tends to emote. Full of Sound and Fury. Not signifying much. I was hoping for better. On the positive side, it was a quick read.Published 7 months ago by R. Snitzer
More extensive version of Reynolds other book ("The Higher Education Bubble"). Lays out the issues behind the incredible increase in the "cost" of higher... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Charles H. Rosa
First part of the book detailed the problems with higher education well. The suggested solutions were a little vague .Published 8 months ago by Douglas E. Stack
This is a good summary of why both K-12 and colleges deliver a lot less than they used to in spite of ridiculously larger financial support from governments. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Gary A. Glynn