C.V.

Name: Keith M Lewin

Educational Qualifications and Positions
D.Phil.  Institute of Development Studies/University of Sussex, 1981.
M.Sc. Science Policy, University of Manchester. 1972.
B.Sc. Physics. First Class Honours Degree. University of Manchester, 1971
C. Phys Chartered Phycisist
AcSS  Academician of rthe U.K. Academy of Social Sciences

Honorary Professor, University of Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China. Invstiture: 1993.

Honorary Professor, Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China  Investiture: 1994.

President 2005/6: British Association of Comparative and International Education,
Executive Committee of UK Forum for Education and Training
DFID Research Review Panel,
World Bank (SEIA) Senior Consultant on Finance
International Institute of Educational Planning, Board of Consultants, Paris 1994 -2002
UNICEF Senior Consultant on Out of School Children
AUSAID Senior consultant

Member: Institute of Physics, Association of Science Education, Editorial Boards for journals in South Africa, Ghana, India,

Commissioned work includes:

Senior consultant to the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) and DFID (India) on projection and planning for Rastriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RMSA); senior consultant to the government of Uganda and development partners to develop the national framework for Post Primary Education and Training (PPET) for DFID); senior consultant to the Government of Tanzania and the World Bank on Finance for the Secondary Education Development Programme (World Bank), and Planning Nine Year Basic Education in Rwanda (CfBT/DFID). In each case I have developed the software for national projection models for finance and enrolment flows, and have written a series of policy papers presented at national and international conferences to shape the Medium Term Expenditure Framework. External Consultant to the Departments of Arts, Culture, Science and Technology, the National Department of Education, and the Foundation for Research Development (South Africa) on research policy, teacher education, and science and technology capacity building. Special Advisor to the Minister of Education, Mauritius on financing and the implementation of the Education Masterplan (Govt of Mauritius/UNDP). Co-director of National Review of Science Education study in Malaysia (Govt of Malaysia/IIEP). Consultant to the Rockefeller Foundation on the African Forum for Children’s Literacy in Science. External consultant to Government of Sri Lanka for the World Bank and for UNDP for expenditure tracking and for research development at the National Institute of Education.

Co-Presenter of the Round Table on Financing Education for All at the World Conference on Education for All at Jomtien, Thailand (1990 – UNICEF); co-presenter of Round Table on post primary educational financing at the World Education Conference in Dakar (2000 IIEP). Several policy reviews for DFID including position papers on post primary education, for the White paper on Globalisation, institutional reviews of UK Educational Aid. My work on secondary school financing and development was presented in plenary to the Commonwealth Education Minister’s Conference (CCEM 2003/6/9) and to the Association for the Development of Education in Africa (ADEA). The model developed by CREATE under my direction has been adopted by DFID in its 2010 Education Strategy Paper, and has been used to shape the UNICEF/UIS 23 Country Study of Out of School Children 2010/2011, and AUSAID’s Strategic Vision for its educational aid (2011).

Over 40 successful D Phil completions on education and development, financing education, science education, teacher education, curriculum development, inspection, project evaluation, decentralisation, and assessment. Current Doctoral supervisions include work on drop outs in rural communities in Ghana, private schooling and choice in Ghana, alternative delivery systems for basic education in the North of Ghana, multiple providers of educational services in Rajastahn, basic education and nomadic communities in Kashmir, transitions to secondary school in Uttar Pradesh, decentralised educational financing in India, educational access in Bangladesh, assessment and pedagogic change in science in Saudi Arabia, higher education and science policy in Sub Saharan Africa, cross border migration and education in Southern Africa, and transitions into the labour market in Sub Saharan Africa.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Books

Twenty Books including:

1.        Lewin K M (2012) Planning Equitable Participation for Development: Understanding why the Millennium Goals for Education will not be Met. International Institute for Educational Planning, UNESCO, Paris (forthcoming)

2.        Lewin K M (2011) Making Rights Realities: Researching Educational Access, Transitions and Equity. Research Report of the Consortium for Research on Educational Access, Transitions and Equity. Brighton: University of Sussex ISBN 0-901881-80-5 pp72

3.        Lewin K M (2008) ; Strategies for Sustainable Financing of Secondary Schooling in Sub Saharan Africa. Secondary Education in Africa  (SEIA): Africa Human Development Series; World Bank, Washington DC pp170 + CD Rom including Case Studies ISBN 13:978-0-8213-7115-2

4.        2005 Lewin K M, Sayed  Y Non State Secondary Schooling in Sub Saharan Africa? Exploring the Evidence in South Africa and Malawi.  DFID, London 200pp.

5.        2003 Lewin K M Stuart J S Researching Teacher Education: New Perspectives on Practice, Performance and Policy DFID Research Series 49a pp213

6.        2003 Lewin K M, Samuel M, Sayed Y (eds)  Changing Patterns of Teacher Education in South Africa: Policy Practice and Prospects. Heinemann. pp300

7.        2003 Kunje D, Lewin K M and Stuart J S Teacher Education in Malawi: Insights into Practice and Policy DFID Research Series 49c  pp 141 ISBN

8.        2001Lewin K M, Caillods F Financing Secondary Education in Developing Countries; Strategies for Sustainable Growth. International Institute for Educational Planning, Paris. 370pp ISBN 92-803-1139-9

9.        1997 Caillods F, Gottelmann-Duret, Lewin K M Science Education and Development; Planning and Policy Issues at Secondary Level. Pergamon/International Institute of Educational Planning, Paris. 242pp ISBN 92-803-1160-3 (Limp-bound) ISBN 0-08-0427898 (Hard-back)

10.     1996 Lewin K M, with Stuart J S (eds) Educational Innovation in Developing Countries; Case Studies of Change Makers.  MacMillan. 325pp. ISBN  (limp-back) ISBN 0-333-49094-0 (Hard-back) (2nd edition, first edition 1991)

11.     1994 Maimunah S Lewin K M (eds), Insights into Science Education; Planning and Policy Priorities in Malaysia. International Institute for Educational Planning, Paris 265pp

12.     1994 Lewin K M, Wang Ying Jie, Implementing Basic Education in China: Progress and Prospects in Rich, Poor and National Minority Areas. 180pp. International Institute for Educational Planning, Paris.

13.     1993 Colclough C. with Lewin K M, Educating All the Children; Strategies for Primary Education in Developing Countries. Oxford University Press. 328pp.

14.     1987 Lewin K M Education in Austerity; Options for Planners.  Fundamentals of Educational Planning Series, International Institute for Educational Planning, Paris 130pp

Fifty Journal articles including since 2000

15.     Lewin K M, and Sabates R, (2012), Who Gets What?  Is Improved Access to Basic Education Pro-Poor in SSA? International Journal of Education and Development 32:1 (forthcoming)

16.     Lewin K M (2011) Expanding Access to Secondary Education: Can India Catch Up? in Lewin K M, Little A W, and Hunt F (eds), Access, Equity, and Transitions in Education in Low Income Countries; CREATE Special Issue of the International Journal of Education and Development 31:4, 382-394 ISSN 0738-0593

17.     Lewin K M and Little A W (2011) Access to Education Revisited: Equity, Drop out and Transitions to Secondary School in South Asia and Sub Saharan Africa in Lewin K M, Little A W, and Hunt F (eds) (2011) International Journal of Education and Development CREATE Special Issue of the International Journal of Education and Development 31:4, 333-338 ISSN 0738-0593

18.     Little A W and Lewin K M and (2011) The Policies, Politics and Progress of Access to Basic Education in Little A W and Lewin K M (eds)  CREATE Special Issue of the Journal of Educational Policy 26:4 477:483 ISSN 0268-0939

19.     Lewin K M (2011) Policy Dialogue and Target Setting: Do Current Indicators of Education for All Signify Progress? CREATE Special Issue of the Journal of Educational Policy 26:4 571:589 ISSN 0268-0939

20.     Lewin K M (2009) Access to Education in Sub-Saharan Africa: Patterns, Problems and Possibilities, in K M and Akyeampong K Access to Education in Sub Saharan Africa: CREATE Special Issues  Comparative Education Vol 45:2 151:175 ISSN 0305-0068

21.     Lewin K M and Akyeampong K (2009) Education in Sub Saharan Africa: Researching Access, Transitions and Equity in Lewin K M and Akyeampong K Access to Education in Sub Saharan Africa: CREATE Special Issue  Comparative Education Vol 45:2 143-151 ISSN 0305-0068

22.     Lewin K M 2007 Diversity in Convergence: Access to Education for All; Presidential Address, BAICE Belfast September 2006 published in Compare; Volume 37, Number 5, October 2007 , pp. 577-599(23)

23.     Lewin K M 2006 Planning for Secondary Expansion in Sub Saharan Africa – Key Issues for Sustainable Growth in Access. Perspectives in Education Vol 24(2), June 2006

24.     Lewin K M 2005 Taking Targets to Task: Planning Post Primary Education International Journal of Education and Development Volume 25, Issue 4, July 2005, Pages 408-422

25.     2003 Lewin K M Insights into the Policy and Practice of Teacher Education in Low Income  Countries: The Multi Site Teacher Education Research Project. Special Issue. British Education Research Journal,  Vol 29, No 5 691-707 October 2003;

26.     2002 Lewin K M The Costs of Supply and Demand for Teacher Education: Dilemmas for Development. Double Issue of the International Journal of Education and Development edited by Lewin K M and Stuart JS March 2003 221-243

27.     2002 Lewin K M (with Akyeampong K)  From Student Teachers To Newly Qualified Teachers In Ghana: Insights Into Becoming A Teacher. Double Issue of the International Journal of Education and Development edited by Lewin K M and Stuart JS March 2003 339-353

28.     2002 Lewin K M (with Coultas J) Who Becomes a Teacher? The Characteristics of Student Teachers in Four Countries. Double Issue of the International Journal of Education and Development edited by Lewin K M and Stuart JS March 2003 243-261

29.     2002 Lewin K M Grappling with Globalisation; Transition and Transformation in Higher Education. International Perspectives on Chinese Higher Education. Zhejiang Education Press, Hangzhou. Chinese Journal of Higher Education, June 2003

30.     2001 Lewin K Caillods F Financing the Development of Secondary Education in Developing Countries. Prospects Vol XXXI No 1

31.     2000 Lewin K and Dunne M, Policy and Practice in the Assessment of Primary Science in  Anglophone Africa. Journal of Assessment in Education 7:3 2000 pp379-399

32.     2000 Lewin K M New Technologies for Knowledge Acquisition and Use in Developing Countries Compare 30:3 2000 pp313-323

Sixty Chapters in books including since 2000

33.     Lewin K M (2012) Nine Year Compulsory Education in China: What can be Learned from Two Decades of Development? Pp 1-22 in Qin, Hangyin (2012) The Experience of Nine Year Compulsory Education in China. UNESCO Publishing, Beijing.

34.     Lewin K M (2011) Four Decades of Educational Planning – Retrospect and Prospect. In Varghese N V and Bray M Directions in Educational Planning: International Experiences and Perspectives. International Institute of Educational Planning, UNESCO Publishing, Paris ISBN 978-92-803-1360-4.

35.     2007 Lewin K M  Why Some EFA and Millennium Development Goals Will Not Be Met: Difficulties with Goals and Targets. In Chisholm, L, Bloch G and Fleisch B Education, Growth Aid and Development: Towards Education for All. Comparative Education Research Centre, University of Hong Kong. ISBN 978-962-8093-99-1.

36.     2007 Lewin K M The Limits to Growth of Non-Government Schooling in Sub-Saharan Africa in Walford G and Srivastava P ‘Private Schools in Developing Countries’ published by Symposium Books, 2007

37.     2006 Lewin K M Costs and Finance of Multigrade – How Do the Books Balance? in Little A W (ed) Education for All and Multigrade Teaching: Challenges and opportunities, Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands

38.     Lewin K M, 2005, Seeking Secondary Schooling in Sub-Saharan Africa: Four Fallacies, Four Foresights and Four Freedoms in King K (ed) Reintegrating Education, Skills and Work in Africa: towards informal or Knowlede Economies? Towards Autoonomy or Dependency in Development? 2005, ISBN 0-9545183-2-2

39.     2003 Lewin K M Science Teacher Education Policy in Developing Countries in Science Teacher Education in Africa, Ways Forward. W. Ottevanger et al Free University of Amsterdam, Holland.

40.     2003 Lewin K M, Samuel M, Sayed Y Changing Patterns of Teacher Education in South Africa: Introduction in Lewin K M, Samuel M, Sayed Y  Changing Patterns of Teacher Education in South Africa: Policy Practice and Prospects. Heinemann. Pp 14

41.     2003 Lewin K M  An International Perspective on Teacher Education Across the MUSTER Countries Ch 21 in Lewin K M, Samuel M, Sayed Y  Changing Patterns of Teacher Education in South Africa: Policy Practice and Prospects. Heinemann. Pp 26

42.     2001 Lewin K M The Status of Secondary Schooling in Developing Countries Chapter 2 in Lewin K  M Caillods F, Financing Secondary Education in Developing Countries; Strategies for Sustainable Growth. International Institute for Educational Planning, Paris. 2001

43.     2001 Lewin K M Are Higher Secondary Enrolments Achievable? Chapter 3 in Lewin K  M Caillods F, Financing Secondary Education in Developing Countries; Strategies for Sustainable Growth. International Institute for Educational Planning, Paris 2001

44.     2001 J Manduvi-Moyo and Keith Lewin Financing Secondary Education in Zimbabwe: Access Equity and Efficiency Revisited Chapter 4 in Lewin K  M Caillods F, Financing Secondary Education in Developing Countries; Strategies for Sustainable Growth. International Institute for Educational Planning, Paris 2001

45.     2001 Lewin K M  Secondary Schooling in Malawi: The Challenge of Financing Enrolment Growth Chapter 5 in Lewin K  M Caillods F, Financing Secondary Education in Developing Countries; Strategies for Sustainable Growth. International Institute for Educational Planning, Paris 2001

46.     2001 Lewin K M, with Mallawarachchi  S Sri Lanka: Case Study of Financing Secondary Schools Chapter 7 in Lewin K  M Caillods F, Financing Secondary Education in Developing Countries; Strategies for Sustainable Growth. International Institute for Educational Planning, Paris 2001

47.     2001 Lewin K , Qu Hang Chang,  Zeng Xiao Dong, Wang Zhan Rei, Wu Hua, Wang Libing Financing Secondary Schools in China: A New Economics of Schooling Chapter 8 in Lewin K  M Caillods F, Financing Secondary Education in Developing Countries; Strategies for Sustainable Growth. International Institute for Educational Planning, Paris 2001

48.     2001 Lewin K M and Caillods F. Emerging Issues for Increased Access and Participation at Secondary Level Chapter 10 in Lewin K  M Caillods F, Financing Secondary Education in Developing Countries; Strategies for Sustainable Growth. International Institute for Educational Planning, Paris 2001

49.     2000 Lewin K M  The Cost of Culture: Some Dilemmas for Educational Investment in Mauritius in Leach F and Little A (eds) Education, Culture and Economics: Dilemmas and Prospects. Garland, New York 25pp.

50.     2000 Lewin K M Educational Development in Asia; Prospects, Problems and Priorities in Malberg L E, Hansen S E, Heino K  (Eds) Basic Education for All: A Global Concern for Quality Abo Akademi University, Sweden,  pp20

Sixty Research Reports and Monographs including since 2000:

51.     Lewin, K .M, Wasanga, P, Wanderi, E, and  Somerset, A. (2011). Participation and Performance in Education in Sub-Saharan Africa with special reference to Kenya: Improving Policy and Practice CREATE Pathways to Access Research Monograph No. 75, Brighton: University of Sussex

52.     Lewin, K .M, Wang Lu, with Luo Yuan, Zhou Wei-tao,Wang Tian-tian and Wang Ying Jie, Qu Heng Chang (2011). Education and Change in Rich, Poor and National Minority Areas in China: Two Decades of Transition . CREATE Pathways to Access Research Monograph No. 61,. Brighton: University of Sussex ISBN: 0-901881-72-4

53.     Lewin, K. M., (2011) Taking Targets to Task Revisited: How Indicators of Progress on Access to Education can Mislead, CREATE Pathways to Access Research Monograph No. 54. Brighton: University of Sussex ISBN: 0-901881-61-9

54.     Lewin, K. M., (2011) Beyond Universal Access to Elementary Education in India: Is it Achievable at Affordable Costs? CREATE Pathways to Access Research Monograph No. 53. Brighton: University of Sussex ISBN: 0-901881-60-0

55.     Lewin, K. M. and Sabates, R., (2011) Changing Patterns of Access to Education in Anglophone and Francophone Countries in Sub Saharan Africa: Is Education for All Pro-Poor? CREATE Pathways to Access Research Monograph No. 52. Brighton: University of Sussex ISBN: 0-901881-59-7

56.     Lewin K M (2008), The Global Monitoring Report 2008 – Ten Reasons to Revisit the EFA Agenda. UK National Launch of the Education for All Global Monitoring Report EFA by 2015 – Will We Make It? Institute of Education, London.

57.     Lewin K M (2007) Expanding Access to Secondary Schooling in Sub-Saharan Africa: Key Planning and Finance Issues Pathways to Access Research Monographs No 8, CREATE, University of Sussex ISBN 0-901881-11-2

58.     Lewin K M (2007) Long Term Planning for EFA and the MDGs; Modes and Mechanisms. Pathways to Access Research Monograph, No 7, CREATE, University of Sussex ISBN 0-901881-10-4

59.     Lewin, K. M., (2007) The Limits to Growth of Non-Government Private Schooling in Sub Saharan Africa. CREATE Pathways to Access Research Monograph No. 5. Brighton: University of Sussex ISBN: 0-901881-06-6

60.     Lewin K M, (2007), Improving Access, Equity and Transitions in Education: Creating a Research Agenda. Pathways to Access Research Monographs No 1, CREATE, University of Sussex. ISBN 0-901881-08-3

61.     2006 Lewin K M Financing Universal Post Primary Education and Training in Uganda. Ministry of Education and Sports/World Bank Kampala.

62.     2006 Lewin K M Financing Secondary Education in Commonwealth Countries: New Challenges for Policy and Practice. 16th Conference of Commonwealth Education Ministers, Cape Town, December

63.     2006 Lewin K M The Medium-Term Budgetary Framework (MTBF) for Education: Education Sector Development Framework and Programme (ESDFP), Ministry of Education – Sri Lanka World Bank/ Ministry of Education Sri Lanka

64.     2005 Lewin K M and Akyeampong K, Mapping Ways Forward: Planning Nine year Basic Education in Rwanda. CfBT DFID National Report

65.     2004 Lewin K M Forging a Missing Link; Policy Position Paper on Post Primary Education. DFID, London

66.     2003 Lewin K M The Tanzania Financial Projection Model. Secondary Education Development Project.  Planning Software for Ministry of Education Tanzania and World Bank, Washington.

67.     2003 Lewin K M, Osaki K, Strategies for Increased Output of Secondary Teachers, Secondary Education Development Programme Position Paper, Ministry of Education Dar-es-Salaam and World Bank

68.     2003 Lewin K M Options for Post Primary Education and Training in Uganda: Increasing Access, Equity and Efficiency. Ministry of Education and Sports, Uganda and DFID.

69.     2001 Lewin K M, Little A and Evans J Globalisation and Educational Development; Mapping the Issues. Volume 1 Reflections for the DFID White Paper on Globalisation July 2000 70pp. Volume 2 Collection of Papers. DFID, London 2001.

70.     2000 Lewin K M Mapping Science Education Policies in Developing Countries. World Bank Human Development Network; Secondary Education Series. World Bank Washington pp 35

71.     2000 Lewin K M Linking Science Education to Labour Markets: Issues and Strategies. World Bank Human Development Network; Secondary Education Series. World Bank Washington pp 17