ISIKU JEROME


 

 

 

 

 

Eragbai Jerome ISUKU

 

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

 

Lecturer II

Area of Specialisation

Educational Management

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 Office

Department of Educational Management,

University of Ibadan, Ibadan,

Tel: +234-803-7283556,

+234-806-0053276

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Academic Research Projects

UNESCO/ Oyo State 10 year Education Strategic Plan Project, Oyo State Universal Basic Education Commission 2010.

 University of Ibadan Carrying Capacity Research Project 2006.

 Providing Access to private basic schooling for the poor in Developing countries: A case study of Nigeria. The John Templeton sponsored project for E.G. West, U.K. via the Department of Economics, University of Ibadan, Nigeria 2003 and 2004

 List of Publications (with dates)

 Chapters in Books Already Published

  1. Akinwumi F.S. and Isuku, E.J. (2005). Deregulation of Education Sector in Nigeria Pros and Cons. In G.O. Akpa; S.U. Udoh; and E.O. Fagbamiye (eds), Deregulating the Provision and Management of Education in Nigeria: Nigeria Association for Educational Administration and Planning (NAEAP). 48-51.

 Isuku, E.J. (2007): Providing an Enabling Framework for Increasing Access to Higher Education in Nigeria: The Evolving Role of Government. In J.B. Babalola; G.O. Akpa; and S.O. Adedeji (eds), Access, Equity and Quality in Higher Education. Nigeria Association for Educational Administration and Planning (NAEAP) 121-130.

 Isuku, E.J. (2008). The Need for Supplementary Source of Fund for the Successful Execution of the UBE Programme in Nigeria. In Marcie Boucouvalas and Rashid Aderinoye (eds), Education for Millennium Development Vol. 2, 293-305.

 

  1. Isuku, E.J. and Emunemu, B.O. (2010). Economic Relevance of Widening Access to Higher Education in Nigeria. In M.I. Atinmo; J.B. Babalola; O.A. Moronkola and A.I. Atanda (eds), Education for Sustainable Development. Faculty of Education, University of Ibadan. 149-164.

 

Articles that have Already Appeared in Learned Journals

  1. Akinwumi F.S. and Isuku, E.J. (2005). The Role of Multilateral Organizations in the Development of Education in Nigeria: African Journal of Historical Sciences in Education vol. 2. No. 2. 26-33.

 

 Akinwumi F.S. and Isuku, E.J. (2008): Technical/Vocational Education and the Achievement of Vision 2020 in Nigeria: An Exploratory Approach. Nigerian Journal of Educational Administration and Planning vol. 2. No. 7. 189-200.

 

  1. Babalola, J.B. and Isuku, E.J. (2009), Reducing Poverty Incidence in Nigeria: The Interplay of Educational Attainment and Effective Social Support. Nigeria Journal of Educational Administration and Planning vol. 8. No. 1. 215-230.

 

  1. Isuku, E.J. (2009): The Paradox of Nigerian Higher Education and the Employment Problem Among Youths: A Critical Analysis. African Journal of Educational Management vol. 12, No. 2, 134-153

 

  1. Emunemu, B.O. and Isuku, E.J. (2010): Alternative Strategies for Sustaining the Revenue Base of Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria, West African Journal of Management and Liberal Studies. Vol. 4, No. 1. 119-130.

Seminars, Workshops and Conferences Attended (with dates)

  • International Conference on Education for Sustainable Development (ICESD).

University of Ibadan, Nigeria. May 18-22, 2009.

Paper Presented: Economic Relevance of Widening Access to Higher Education in Nigeria.

 

  • International Conference of Nigerian Association for Educational Administration and Planning (NAEAP), Sheraton Hotels & Towers, Abuja. Nigeria. 23rd – 27th September, 2008.

Paper Presented: Reducing Poverty in Nigeria. The Interplay of Educational Attainment and Social Support.

 

  • Higher Education Research and Policy Network (HERPNET)

International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) Ibadan. 19th – 21st August, 2008.

Paper Presented: The Paradox of Nigeria Higher Education and the Employment Problem: A Critical Analysis.

  • Management of Higher Education in Nigeria; Nigeria Association of Educational Administration and Planning (NAEAP)

Enugu State University of Technology, Enugu. October 5, 2006.

Paper Presented: Providing an enabling framework for increasing access to Higher Education in Nigeria: The Evolving Role of Government.

 

  • Causes and Solutions to Industrial Strikes in Nigeria.

Centre for Business and Technical Training (CBTT) Conference Centre, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, July, 2006.

Paper Presented: An Appraisal of Industrial Strikes in Nigeria.

 

  • Revitalizing Education in Nigeria. Innovative Approaches and Emerging Challenges: History of Education Society, University of Ibadan,

Nigeria. 13th – 14th December, 2005.

Paper Presented: The Role of Multilateral Organizations in the Development of Education in Nigeria.

 

  • Contemporary Issues in Research Supervision; University of Ibadan Postgraduate School, March, 2005.
  • Financial Responsibilities and Economic Management of Local Government Officials for Sustaining Local Government Development in Ekiti State, University of Ibadan. March 9-11, 2005.

Paper Presented: Financial and Economic Responsibilities of Local Government Officials to the Community.

 

  • Methodology of Basic and Applied Research, University of Ibadan Postgraduate

School, University of Ibadan. November, 2004.

 

  • Deregulation of Education Sector in Nigeria: Nigeria Association for Educational Administration & Planning (NAEAP). University of Jos, Nigeria.

September, 2004.

Paper Presented: Deregulation of University Education Sector in Nigeria: Pros and Cons.