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Posted July 4, 2013
Stephens writes an awesome account of his own education hacking experiences. As the father of a 16 year old, the book has made a serious impression on me. I've passed it on for my son to read so he can make his own decisions.
On a personal level, as someone looking to change careers I found the tips highly useful so I don't run right out and sign up for classes this fall at the local university. Stephens points to a wide range of free and low cost education options for anyone looking to learn.
That said, this book is more useful for younger people without the obligations of a family or mortgage. His suggestions of going to apprentice for people make more sense for younger people without serious financial obligations. But I still recommend for the career changing individual.
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Posted May 19, 2013