Leonard John Lewis
Leonard John Lewis was a British academic. He worked as an educationalist in Nigeria and was a lecturer (later professor) at the Institute of Education of the University of London. He served as Principal of the University of Zimbabwe for the transition to Zimbabwe's independence, despite his somewhat controversial views on education and politics. He has published a number of books on education policy.
- Challiss, R.J. "Phelps–Stokesism and education in Zimbabwe" (PDF). Zambezia 11: 109–125. ISSN 0379-0622.
- University of Zimbabwe. "About UZ". Retrieved 2009-01-02.
- Lewis, L.J. (1962). Education and Political Independence in Africa and Other Essays. Edinburgh: Thomas Nelson. ASIN B0007ILL1C.
- Lewis, L.J. (1965). Society, Schools and Progress in Nigeria. Oxford: Pergamon Press. ASIN B0014KIR5K.
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1980 – 1981
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