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Dr. Olujuwon, Olutola Thompson is an Associate Professor in the Department of Educational Management, at the Lagos State University of Education.  He had his Doctorate in Education Leadership and Management from the University of Johannesburg, South Africa. In addition, he had his Nigeria Certificate in Education from the Lagos State College of Education, BA, Ed in English Education, and M. Ed Education Management from the Lagos State University respectively.  He has more than 22 years of experience as an academic, researcher, mentor, and Professional Manager.  He has benefitted from the research grants of the South African Netherlands Partnership for Development (SANPAD) and the Scholarship of the Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFUND) for Academic Staff Training and Development in 2015.  He is a member of Editorial Boards, Editor, and reviewer of articles. He is also an External Moderator and Assessor to Universities on the Continent.  In 2019, he was elected as the representative of the African Continent on the Board of the International Council on Education for Teaching (ICET) and re-elected to the Board in 2022. Served as Acting Dean of the School of Education and head of the Department of Educational Foundations and Administration. Similarly, he is the current Chair, of the Nigerian Chapter of The International Professional Development Association (IPDA) UK. He has a track record and experience in organising and facilitating discourse in educational matters and has served as a Chairman, Secretary, and member of committees within and outside the university. Dr. Olujuwon is enthusiastic about nurturing upcoming educational leaders and researchers. He constantly inspires and motivates budding researchers through his wealth of knowledge and connections and passionately engages in community initiatives aimed at fostering academic integrity and excellence. Dr. Olujuwon’s commitment to academic and educational leadership is evident in his area of research. Dr. Olujuwon has published several research-based, peer-reviewed articles, books, and chapters in books to his credit nationally and internationally focusing on Educational Management, Teacher Leadership, Values, and the Right to Education and these can be found on Google Scholar, ResearchGate, and Academia.edu


Olujuwon, O., & Udofia, I. Godwin (2023). An assessment of qualitative education delivery in Nigeria: A case of Sustainable Development Goals paradigm. Bayero Journal of Education in Africa, 9(2), 326-339.

 Olujuwon, O., & Perumal, J. (2023). Evaluating teacher education: implication for school leaders. International Journal of Educational Research and Policy Making,6(1),1207-1219.Doi:10.13140/ijerpm.05.01.1227

Olujuwon, O., Amao-Taiwo, B., Ekpe-Iko, G.N., & Akudo, K. (2023). The challenges of high impact research publishing in Africa: A case of Nigeria. International Journal of Humanities Technology and Civilisation,8(1), 7-16. htps://doi.org/10.15 82/ijhtc.v8i1.9392.

Olujuwon, O., Omiyale, O.P., & Olujuwon, M.T. (2022). Management of school facilities on academic achievement of students in public secondary schools in Badagry Local Government Area of Lagos State. International Journal of Educational Research and Policy Making, 5(1),988-1001. doi: 10.13140/ijerpm.05.01.920.                                                                  

Olujuwon, T., Bamiro, N.B., Akudo, O.K., & Anagun, A.M. (2022). The 21st-century classroom teachers’ readiness towards the use of Eko Excel handheld technology in public primary schools. Sokoto Education Review,21 (1),111-126. https://doi.org/10.35386/ser.v21i1.475                                                                                                                       

Olujuwon, O., Okuntade, J.O., Udofia, G.I.R., Akinkuotu, F.A., Ismaila, M.A. (2021).  Teacher’s perception and effectiveness of the use of Edu-driven apps in Lagos state during the Covid-19 pandemic. Ilorin Journal of Education, 40 (1),89-101 Perumal, J., Taliep, N.,

Olujuwon, O., & Moyo, Z. (2022). Understanding integration via a kaleidoscope metaphor: The case of SCRATCHMAPS. In J.H. Hitchcock., & A. Onwuegbuzie (Ed.), The Routledge   Handbook for Advancing Integration in Mixed Methods Research (pp.501-523). London: Routledge.  Doi:10.4324/9780429432828-38                                                                   

Olujuwon, T., & Perumal, J. (2019). Review of related literature on redefining teacher leadership in public secondary schools in Lagos, Nigeria. In Huber, T & O’Meara, J.G. (Eds.), Teacher education at the edge: Expanding access and exploring frontiers (pp.253-292).   Charlotte, NC, USA: IAP publishers.                                                                           

Olujuwon, T. (2021). School leaders ‘perception of COVID-19 and Learning Management systems: Implication for teaching and learning in public schools in Lagos. Journal of Science Technology and Education, 9(2),198-208. 

 Olujuwon, T., Adeyanju, H., & Ojo, O.J. (2020). A correlate of curriculum and employability skills of tertiary institutions’ graduates in Lagos state, Nigeria. Journal of Research in Educational Management and   Business Studies,5(1),30-45.