This book is an excellent resource for all young student considering their future plans. The authors take a good look at our current post-secondary education system and offer some practical advice. They lay out the black-and-white numbers of tuition and debt, as well as the likelihood of getting a job upon graduation. What I especially enjoy was how the authors suggested people give a second look at community college, associate degrees, and trade schools. While these alternatives tend to be looked down upon, the authors demonstrate how they are very lucrative and require great amounts of skill and hard work. Also interesting was how this book dives into the political direction of many schools and the biases that are taught in some institutions. While this book gives a list of some schools that they recommend, I must stress that this is just a resource for students and should not be their only reference. The schools listed in this book are few and do not cover all of them. While this school put a slight emphasis on evangelical and Christian learning institutions, I was a bit sad they did not include Jewish learning institutions. After all, Jews highly respect the Tanach (known to Christians as the Old Testament) and are known to have high levels of both intelligence and work ethic in education.