Dr Raji I.A.


 

 

 

 

 

Ismail Adesina RAJI

 

Academic and Professional Qualifications B.Ed, M.Sc., Ph.D (Ib.)

 

Lecturer I

Area of Specialisation

Educational Management

 

 Office

Department of Educational Management,

University of Ibadan, Ibadan,

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 Research Activities

(a)    Completed

(1)    Institutional Variables as Correlates of Academic Achievement of Undergraduate Students (from 1980-2006) in the University of Ibadan, Nigeria.

(2)    Access to Undergraduate Education in Nigeria Universities (2002-2008)

(3)    Access Gap in Undergraduate Education in Nigeria Universities (2002-2008)

(4)    Quality of Academic Staff in Nigeria Universities (2002-2008)

 

(b)    In Progress

1.     Mobility in Teacher Workforce in Oyo State, Nigeria (Commenced 2010).

2.     The Relationships between Indigenous Business Practices and Educational Attainment of Young People in Oyo State, Nigeria (Commenced 2009)

 

(c)    Dissertation and Thesis

1.     Raji, I.A. (1997) Interactive Multi-Objective Optimization. M.Sc. (Mathematics) Project

2.     Raji, I. A. (2010) Operational Access Space and Quality of University Education in Nigeria (2002-2007). Ph.D. Thesis  

 

Publications

(a)    Books Already Published

        Nil

(b)    Chapters in Books Already Published

1.     RAJI I. A. (2004), Provision of Basic Education in a Federal State: A Search for an Efficient Path for Nigeria. In E.O. Fagbemiye, J.B.

        Babalola, M. Fabunmi and A.O. Ayeni (ed). Management of Primary and Secondary Education in Nigeria: Ibadan, Nigeria Association of Educational Administration and Planning (NAEAP), Ibadan Nigeria.

  1. RAJI I. A. (2005) Deregulation of the provision of Educational Services in Nigeria: Implication for Stakeholders. In G.O. Akpa, S.U. Udoh and E.O. Fagbemi (ed) Deregulation the Provision and Management of Education in Nigeria; Nigeria Association of Educational Administration and Planning (NAEAP),

 

(c)    Article that have already appeared in Referred Conference Proceedings

        Nil

(d)    Patents

        Nil

(e)    Articles that have already in learned journals

3.     RAJI, I.A. (2001): Budgetary Expenditure on Education in Nigeria. Journal of Advanced Studies in Educational Management (JOASEM). Vol, 1, No.1 pp 189-187 (Nigeria)

4.     Ayeni, A.O., Adedeji, S.O. RAJI, I. A. and Ayantunji, I.A. (2005): Examination Malpractice and Student Learning Outcomes in Secondary Schools in Ibarapa East Local Government Area of Oyo State, Nigeria. Journal of Educational Administration and Planning. Vol.5, No.2 pp 108-113 (Nigeria)

Contribution: 25%

(f)    Books, Chapters in Books and Articles already accepted for publication

5.     RAJI, I.A. (2009): Access to Undergraduate Education in Nigerian Universities 2002-2007; African Journal of Educational Management (AJEM) Vol. 12, 1. (Nigeria).

6.     RAJI I.A. (2005): Mathematics for Management. Distance Learning Centre (DLC), University of Ibadan. Lecturer Series.

(g)    Technical Reports and Monographs

7.     Impact Assessment of ETF Sponsored ICT Training for Secondary School Teacher in Ogun State, Nigeria. Educational Tax Fund (ETF), Abuja

        Major Conference Attended with Report/Papers Read

1.     Annual conference (2003): Nigeria Association of Educational Administration and Planning: (NAEAP). Ibadan.

        Paper Presented: Provision of Basic Education in a federal State: A Search for an Efficient Path for Nigeria. In E.O. Fagbemiye J.B. Babalola, M. Fabunmi and A.O. Ayeni ed. Management of Primary and Secondary Education in Nigeria.Ibadan. Nigeria Association of Educational Administration and Planning (NAEAP).

2.     Annual Conference (2005): Nigeria Association of Educational Administration and Planning. (NAEAP). Jos.

        Paper Presented: Deregulation of the Provision of Educational Services in Nigeria: Implication of Stakeholders. In G.O. Akpa S.U Udoh and E.O. Fagbemi ed. Deregulating the Provision and Management of Education in Nigeria. Jos. Nigeria Association of Educational Administration and Planning. (NAEAP).

3.     International Conference on Education for sustainable Development (2009). Faculty of Education, University of Ibadan, Nigeria.

        Paper Presented: Achieving High Level of Access to Undergraduate Education in Nigeria University by the year 2020: An Unrealistic Target