Most students overlook these critical factors when picking the best college

This fall, millions of students and their parents will descend on college campuses, hoping to find their dream school. But according to one college professor, they’re looking in all the wrong places.

In his new book, “Campus Confidential: How College Works Or Doesn’t for Professors Parents and Students,” Jacques Berlinerblau, the director of the program for Jewish Civilization at Georgetown University, argues that understanding the relationship between professors and students is key to picking a good school.

At many of the nation’s most prestigious colleges, students are paying tens of thousands of dollars to attend a school whose reputation is based in part on its star professors, but they rarely get the chance to interact with those vaunted employees, he argues.

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