Claudia Dreifus and Andrew Hacker
- Authors of the acclaimed Higher Education?
- Andrew Hacker is a frequent contributor to the New York Review of Books, where he often writes about issues in higher education. He has also authored numerous textbooks and nine trade books including the 1992 best-seller, “Two Nations: Black and White, Separate, Hostile, Unequal” widely hailed as one of the best American works about race.
- Claudia Dreifus is a journalist, educator and lecturer, producer of the weekly feature “Conversation with…” of the Science Section of the New York Times, and known for her interviews with leading figures in world politics and science
A timely and provocative book…researched and welcome addition to the debate.
… sure to stir a badly needed uproar in the world of higher education….
Higher Education? raises piercing questions about how a respected sector of our society is failing our young people. Hacker and Dreifus unsparingly show where our colleges and universities have lost their principles and purpose. This book will spark a national debate that has been lacking, but is nonetheless essential.