Extremely disappointing presentation. As one who has believed for years that the college / university system is broken, and the disconnect between the cost and the benefit, I was looking forward to this program. However, the emphasis on party schools like ASU, and an all male outward bound type program somewhere/wherever, and Cooper's free tuition revolt (get real students, nothing should be for free), let me down. The program should have focused on main steam institutions, both public, private, and religion based, which are where the bulk of the problem lies, would have been more edifying. If education institutions were run like businesses, which they ultimately need to be, there would be accountability re: the administration, the faculty, the student body, and the campus/facilities. This by and large does not exist. No business would survive if run like the educational system. This so called documentary did not identify the causes and the solutions of the problems. That is a shame.