Now that June has started, many professors are ready to update their syllabi. While "keep it unchanged" is the easiest route, there's always room for pedagogical improvement. Contrary to what you may have heard, I love education... as it might and ought to be. And as a firm believer in self-promotion, I think one of the best ways to make education more lovable is to adopt one (or more!) of my books as secondary course texts. A quick tour of my menu:The Case Against Education, my latest book, is perfect for any class on the economics of education, educational psychology, or sociology of education. It also works well for any class on cost-benefit analysis, information economics, public policy, and
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