By Glenn Harlan Reynolds
For many years, the U.S. invested ever-growing fortunes into its antiquated K-12 schooling approach in trade for progressively worse results. while, american citizens spent greater than they can find the money for on larger schooling, pushed through the type of reasonable credits that fueled the housing quandary. The graduates of those platforms have been left unprepared for a world financial system, not able to discover jobs, and at the hook for scholar loans they can by no means pay off. Economist Herb Stein famously acknowledged that whatever that can't pass on perpetually, won't. relating to American schooling, it couldn't—and it didn't.
In The schooling Apocalypse, Glenn Harlan Reynolds explains how American schooling as we knew it collapsed – and the way we will be able to all make the most of unparalleled energy and freedom within the aftermath. From the arrival of on-line schooling to the rebirth of forgotten possible choices like apprenticeships, Reynolds exhibits scholars, mom and dad, and educators how—beyond purely surviving the fallout—they can reconsider and rebuild American schooling from the floor up.