Centre for International Education (CIE)

Governance, Planning and Finance

Professor Kwame Akyeampong

Akyeampong, K. (2009) “Public-private partnership in the provision of basic education in Ghana: challenges and choices”, Compare, 39 (2), 135-149.

Akyeampong, K. (2007) Cost and Financing of Secondary Education in Ghana: improving the conditions for access and participation. World Bank Secondary Education Initiative (SEIA) studies.

Akyeampong, K. (2004) “Aid for Self-Help Effort? A Sustainable Alternative Route to Basic Education in Northern Ghana”, Journal of International Co-operation in Education, 7 (1), 41-52.

Dr Barbara Crossouard

Hancock, Sally; Clegg, Sue; Crossouard, Barbara; Kahn, Peter; Weller, Saranne (2015): 'Who is the newer researcher into higher education? Locating ourselves in shifting terrains'. Higher Education Research and Development. ISSN 0729-4360

Crossouard, Barbara; Andres, Lesley; Bengtsen, Soren S E; Castano, Liliana Gallego; Keefer, Jeffrey M; Pyhalto, Kirzi (2015): 'Drivers and interpretations of doctoral education today: National comparisons'. Frontline Learning Research, 3 (3). pp. 5-22. ISSN 2295-3159

Crossouard, Barbara (2015): 'Learners, politics and education' in Scott, David (ed) The Sage handbook of learning. SAGE Publications Ltd

Professor Máiréad Dunne

Dunne, Mairead (2015): 'Subordinate subjects: The work of the hidden curriculum in post-colonial Ghana' in Wyse, Dominic (ed) The SAGE Handbook of Curriculum, Pedagogy and Assessment. Sage pp. 216-230

Abu-Yeboah, C., Dunne, M.,  Kutor, N., Kuupole, A. and  Pryor, J. (2009): “Exploring the Fault Lines of Cross-cultural Collaborative Research”, Compare, 39 (6), 769-782.

Dunne, M. and Yujin, L. (2009): “Educational reform in China: tensions in national policy and local practice”, Comparative Education, 45 (4), 461-476.

Dr Naureen Durrani

Durrani, N. and Dunne, M. (2010) "Curriculum and national identity: Exploring the links between religion and nation in Pakistan", Journal of Curriculum Studies 42(2): 215-240.

Dr Keith Holmes

Crossley, M., Herriot, A., Waudo, J., Mwirotsi, M., Holmes, K. and Juma, M. (2005) Research and Evaluation for Educational Development: Learning from the PRISM experience in Kenya, Oxford : Symposium Books.

Holmes, K. and Crossley, M. (2004) “Whose Knowledge, Whose Values? The Contribution of Local Knowledge to Education Policy Processes: A Case Study of Research Development Initiatives in the Small State of Saint Lucia”, Compare, 34 (2), 193-208.

Rose, P., Carr-Hill, R., Henderson, T. and Holmes, K. (eds.) (2003) Education and the General Agreement on Trade in Services: What does the future hold?, Report of the pre-15CCEM consultation meeting 29 May 2003, London: Commonwealth Secretariat, UKFIET and Council for Education in the Commonwealth.

Crossley, M. and Holmes, K. (2001) “Challenges for educational research: international development, partnerships and capacity building in small states”, Oxford Review of Education, 27(3), 395-409.

Holmes, K. (2001) “Whose knowledge for educational development? Reflections on collaborative research in the small state of St Lucia”. In L. Davies, C. Harber and M. Schweisfurth (eds) Learning Democracy and Citizenship: international experiences, Birmingham: University of Birmingham, Centre for International Research in Education, 133-140.

Professor Fiona Leach

Leach, F. and Dunne, M. (2007) Education, Conflict and Reconciliation: International perspectives.  Bern/Oxford: Peter Lang.

Leach, F.  and Dunne, M.  (2007) ”Education, Conflict and Reconciliation: International perspectives – Introduction”. In Leach, F. and Dunne. M. (2007) (eds) Education, Conflict and Reconciliation: International perspectives.  Bern/Oxford: Peter Lang, p11-14.

Leach, F. (2003) Partnerships in EFA: The role of higher education in basic education. Commonwealth Secretariat.

Leach, F. (2000) “Gender implications of development policies on education and training”, International Journal of Educational Development, 20 (3), 333-347.

Professor Keith Lewin

Lewin, K.M. (2013): Researching Educational Development in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia: Recent findings and policy implications. Accepted for publication in the Chinese Journal of Comparative Education (Beijing).

Lewin, K.M. (2011): Expanding Access to Secondary Secondary Education: Can India catch up? Special edition of the International Journal and Educational Development (IJED). Access, Equity and Transitions in Education in Low Income Countries, edited by Keith M.Lewin, Angela W.Little and Frances Hunt

Lewin, K.M. & 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

Lewin, K.M., Wang Lu with Luo Yuan, Zhou Wei-tao, Wang Tian-tian, 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

Lewin, K.M., Wasanga, P., Wanderi, E. & 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

Lewin, K.M. (2009) "Four decades of Educational Planning - Retrospect and Prospect". In N.V.Varghese and M.Bray, Directions in Educational Planning, Paris: International Institute of Educational Planning, UNESCO.

Lewin, K.M. (2008) "Seeking Secondary Schooling in Sub Saharan Africa: Strategies for Sustainable Financing", Africa Region Human Development Series, Secondary Education in Africa Thematic Study, Washington DC: World Bank.

Lewin, K.M. (2008) "Strategies for Sustainable Financing of Secondary Education in Sub-Saharan Africa", Secondary Education in Africa Programme, Working Paper No.136, Africa Human Development Series, Washinton DC: World Bank.

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? Plenary Discussion Paper presented at the Institute of Education, London.[http://ioewebserver.ioe.ac.uk/ioe/cms/get.asp?cid=16528&16528_0=18924]

Lewin, K. M. (2007) “Long Term Planning for EFA and the MDGs: Modes and Mechanisms”, CREATE Pathways to Access Research Monograph No 7, Consortium for Research on Educational Access, Transitions and Equity, Centre for International Education, University of Sussex, Brighton: CREATE.

Lewin, K. M. (2007) Why Some EFA and Millennium Development Goals Will Not Be Met: Difficulties with goals and targets. Development Bank of South Africa: Conference Investment Choices for Education In Africa 19 - 21 September 2006 University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, to be published in SACHES.

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, Consortium for Research on Educational Access, Transitions and Equity (CREATE), Centre for International Education (CIE), University of Sussex

Lewin, K. M. and Sayed, Y. (2006) Non State Secondary Schooling in Sub Saharan Africa? Exploring the evidence in South Africa and Malawi, London: DFID

Lewin, K.M. (2006) "Costs and Finance of Multigrade Teaching: How do the books balance?" in A.W.Little (ed) Education For All: The challenge of Miltigrade Teaching, Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands.

Lewin, K.M. (2006) Planning Post Primary Education: A new priority in "The Blackboard Jungle". South African Institute of International Affairs, Johannesburg.

Lewin, K. M. (2006) “Education for All and the Millennium Development Goals”. In D. A. Clark (ed.) The Elgar Companion to Development Studies, Edward Elgar.

Lewin, K. M. (2006) Financing Educational Development in the Commonwealth. Briefing Paper for Commonwealth Ministers meeting, Cape Town.

Lewin, K. M. (2006) 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.

Lewin, K. M. (2005) “Taking Targets to Task: Planning Post Primary Education”, International Journal of Education and Development, 25 (4), 408-422.

Lewin, K.M. (2004) Beyond Primary Education For All: Planning and financing secondary education in Africa. World Bank / Free University of Amsterdam, Centre for International Cooperation.

Lewin, K. M. and Motimele, M. (2004) Non-State Provision of Basic Education in South Africa: Case Study Report. DFID Non State Providers Project. University of Birmingham.

Lewin, K. M. (2004) Forging a Missing Link: Policy Position Paper on Post Primary Education, London: DFID.

Lewin, K. M. (2002) “Grappling with Globalisation; Transition and Transformation in Higher Education. International Perspectives on Chinese Higher Education”, Chinese Journal of Higher Education, Zhejiang, Hangzhou: Education Press.

Professor Mario Novelli

Novelli, M. & Kosar-Altinyelken, H. (eds) (2012 in press): The Global Governance of Education in Low-Income Contexts: New agendas, issues and policies. London: Continuum


Professor John Pryor

Pryor, J. (2015): 'Formative assessment: a success story?' in Scott, David (ed) The Sage Handbook of Learning, Teaching Methods and Learning Styles. Sage Publications Limited 

Dr Ricardo Sabates

Little, A. and Sabates, R. (2008) “Globalisation, youth expectations and social class: the case of Sri Lanka”, International Journal of Educational Development, 28 (6), 708-722.

Professor Yusuf Sayed

Sayed, Y. (2011) "After 2015: Time for an education quality goal?", Compare 41(1): 129-130.

Sayed, Y. and R. Ahmed (2011) "Education quality in post-apartheid South African policy: Balancing equity, diversity, rights and participation",Comparative Education 47(1): 103-118.

Morris, P., A. Robinson-Pant, Sayed, Y. (2010) "Global reforms and local interpretations", Compare 40(3): 261-262.

Robinson-Pant, A., P. Morris, Sayed, Y. (2010) "Developing alternative theoretical lenses on educational policy and practice", Compare 40(5): 557-560.

Sayed, Y. (2010) "Editorial: Globalisation, educational governance and decentralisation: Promoting equity,increasing participation, and enhancing quality?", Compare 40(1): 59-62

Rao, N., P. Morris and Sayed, Y. (2011) "The continuing relevance of context for national and global educational policy and practice", Compare 41(1): 1-4.

Robinson-Pant, A., Sayed, Y. and Morris, P. (2010) "Editorial: Education in the context of globalisation: Shifting identities, transforming cultures",Compare 40(1): 1-5.