Christine Adu-Yeboah is an Associate Professor in Higher Education and Teacher Education. She has a doctorate in Higher Education from the University of Sussex, United Kingdom. She teaches courses in Teacher Education, English Language Education and Academic Writing at the College of Education Studies, University of Cape Coast. She also supervises and examines master’s and doctoral theses in Teacher Education, English Language Education and Higher Education. Her research interest is in Teachers, Teaching and Teacher Education, Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, Equity, Quality and Access Issues in Education. She has consulted on several research projects including the ‘Teacher Preparation in Africa (TPA)’ project; Systematic Review on ‘The impacts and cost effectiveness of strategies to improve performance of untrained and under-trained teachers in the classroom in developing countries’; ‘Pedagogies for Critical Thinking in Higher Education’ and the ‘Higher education, inequality and the public good’ project. She has about 20 publications in international and local journals.