As a tutor, and as a certified math and science teacher, complaints similar in nature, came up time and time again regarding our secondary schools and their inability to excite our young. More importantly, these complaints seem to match the experiences of the author himself in reflecting back on the middle and high school years. This book brings merit to the feelings of our young and makes some suggestions for fresh change.
While light and somtimes in jest , the book points out real deficiencies in the secondary school experience and takes on the noble task of defending the American teen. Our young are the brightest and kindest in the world and should be labeled as such.