Welcome to the website of Keith Lewin, who is Emeritus Professor of International Development and Education at the University of Sussex. He directed the DFID Consortium for Research on Educational Access, Transitions and Equity (CREATE) from 2005 and was Director of the Centre for International Education (1995-2011) at Sussex. He was Founding Director of the International Masters programme in Education (1979). He holds degrees in Physics, Science Policy, and Development from Manchester Sussex Universities and was the first graduate scholarship holder of the Institute of Development Studies.
Keith Lewin has worked extensively on education and development for the major bilateral and multilateral aid agencies and for many national governments in Africa and Asia. He is currently working on educational access, indicators and targets post 2015 at global level, secondary education development in India, learning outcomes in Indonesia, basic education in China, and privatisation and public goods in education and development.
Keith Lewin’s research interests include:
* Access, Equity and Post 2015 Frameworks for Development
* The Political Economy of Education and Development
* Educational Planning and Finance
* Teacher Education
* Science Education Policy
* Privatisation and Public Goods
* Assessment and Evaluation
To read his publications (books, journal articles, monographs, papers, etc) please click here or go to the research tab above.