Academic Leadership Journal ensures quality control of journal submissions will be maintained through the same refereed process as scholars are accustomed. Academic Leadership Journal emphasizes that the Journal should provide a balanced perspective between research and pedagogy, and application and process. Journal Name: Academic Leadership with ISSN: 1533-7812. Send papers to

Published: Apr 22, 2020

A Content Analysis of the Mission Statements of Iranian Joint Stock Firms in Four Industries: A further research to explore the implications of Peyrefifitte & David (2006) fifindings

Feb 10, 2008
Gholamreza Jandaghi

Academic Journal Publishing in Nigeria: Issues, Challenges and Prospects

Oct 20, 2008
A.O. Amusan, Dele Olanisimi

Academic Values Clarifification as a Group Counseling Technique with Low Academic Need Achievement Level Students

Feb 10, 2008
JTB Oluwatimilehin

Adult Learning Styles and Technology-Driven Learning for Online Students

Feb 14, 2008
Emad Rahim, Aikyna Finch

Age and Sex Differences in Information Utilization Among Legislators in Benue State of Nigeria

Feb 27, 2008
Demekaa Umbur, Anthony Igbashal

An Exploration of Attributions Towards Success in Secondary Students with Disabilities

Feb 12, 2008
D. Tyler

An Overview of Smart Sensor Technology

Feb 15, 2008
Adekeyede Elusoji, A. Rufai

Assessing the Availability and Utilization of Research Findings in Nigeria for Sustainable Development

Feb 2, 2008
Chinelo Duze

Budget Administration in Nigerian Universities: A Case Study of Delta State University, Abraka

Feb 19, 2008
Anho Efe

Challenges of Oral English in English as a Second Language (ESL) Learning in Nigeria

Feb 18, 2008
Olufunso Fasanmi

Combating Rural Feminine Youth Poverty in Nigeria’s Democratic Governance

Feb 24, 2008
Grace Adebo

Dental Public Health! A Mistaken Identity

Feb 23, 2008
A. Singh , Bharathi Purohit

Developing Teacher Leaders in Math and Science: Content Coaches Mentoring Teacher Leaders

Feb 10, 2008
Andrea Kent, Andre Green, Phillip Feldman

Domestic Violence and the Education of the Nigeria Pre – School Child

Feb 12, 2008
Gladys Idogo

Effects of Gender and Parenting Styles on the Acquisition of Democratic Values by Nigerian Youths in Secondary Schools

Jan 23, 2008
Alade Abiodun

Factors inflfluencing matriculation of new undergraduate students: Do student type and gender matter?

Feb 12, 2008
Mingchu Luo, James Williams

Gender Inequalities in the Training of Teachers at Tai Solarin University of Education in Ogun State of Nigeria

Feb 20, 2008
K.O. Odunaike, M.B. Amoda, A. Arigbabu

Job Stress, Workload, Academic Freedom and Quality Research in Nigerian Universities

Feb 24, 2008
Chinelo Duze

Language Policy and Planning for Education in Cameroon and Nigeria

Feb 3, 2008
Ruth Adebile

Lateness: A Major Problem Confronting School Administrators in Delta State, Nigeria

Feb 23, 2008
Famous Dafiaghor

Literary Creativity in Second Language English: A Speech Act Study of Ola Rotimi’s Ovonrawmen Nogbaisi

Feb 13, 2008
M.J. Oloko

Managing Change in an Organisation-An Overview

Feb 13, 2008
Frank Gwavuya

Perceptions of Success Factors that Inflfluence Positive Educational/Vocational Attitudes of Inner-City Black Males: Some Considerations for School Leaders

Jan 24, 2008
Shedrick McCall

Philosophy as a Tool for Sustainable Development: A Contemporary Issue in Nigeria Educational System

Feb 20, 2008
E.D. Nakpodia

Rediscovering SWOT Analysis: The Extended Version

Jan 23, 2008
Kwamena Nyarku, Gloria Agyapong

Selecting Learning Agility and Leadership Context: An Initial Survey Development Phase

Feb 22, 2008
Phillip Emerick

Straight Talk From Recent Grads: Grant Writing Tips for New Investigators

Feb 23, 2008
Joelle Powers, Danielle Swick

Strategies for Enhancing Private Sector Participation in the Funding of Secondary Schools in Delta State, Nigeria

Oct 23, 2008
E.D. Nakpodia

The “Glass-ceiling” in the church organization: Can e-mentoring be a panacea to women desiring leadership positions?

Jan 23, 2008
John Ekukndayo

The HBCU Versus the PWI Write on Site: Considering Faculty Outcomes

Feb 23, 2008
Dannielle Davis, LaWanda Edwards

The Impact of Administrative Demand, Work Schedule and Environmental Factors on Job Stress Among Private Owned Universities in Nigeria

Feb 14, 2008
Ayodele Adeoye, Oluwafikayomi Afolabi

Toward a Functional Followers’ Model in the Organizational Leadership Process

Feb 20, 2008
John Ekundayo

“The Teacher Doesn’t Like me:” Exploring the Relationship between Teacher Attitudes toward Student-Athletes and Academic Performance

Feb 13, 2008
Latisha Forster Scott

Towards an Enhanced Status for Teachers in Africa

Feb 3, 2008
Michael Olatunji