The Benue State University Journal of Educational Management (BSUJEM) is a double blind peer review open access journal. It publishes research papers in all areas of Education policies and Management. It is a professional peer-reviewed journal that is published Quaterly by professionals in Educational Management of the Benue State University Makurdi with Headqurters at the Department of Educational Foundations, Benue State University, Makurdi. BSUJEM is dedicated to increasing the depth of the subject across disciplines with the ultimate goal of providing a clear and definite outlet for original articles on the theory, policies and practices relating to diverse sections of educational administration, policies and planning such as the role, theory and practice, development, funding, management of emerging trends in education, Educational Measurement and Evaluation, Economics of Education, school business management, Innovations and Change, Human Resource Development, Population Education, monitoring and evaluation, infrastructural development, supervision, challenges and prospects of education in Africa from state, national, regional and international perspectives etc.
The above list is just indicative. The Board of Editors welcomes thought-provoking articles within the purview of Education policies and Management. The authors will be informed about the decision of manuscripts within 10 days after submission. Accepted articles will be published promptly.
The Editorial Board of this Journal welcomes the submission of original manuscripts that meet the general scope and criteria of significance and excellence to be published in each edition.
Contributors to BSUJEM Benue State University Makurdi should adhere to the following basic requirements:
This should written in capital letters and must reflect the content of the paper and be precise and unambiguous.
These should follow the title of the paper with the initials of forenames preceding the surname.
Articles must be accompanied with an abstract of not more than 250 words. The synopsis of method, results and conclusions should be included in the abstract. This allows the reader a quick grasp of the essence of the work.
After the abstract, the author(s) should outline the keywords in the article, on whose basis it can be classified.
2500 to 4000 words (14 to 16 pages), including references, figures, and tables.
Times New Roman; font 12 and 1.5 spacing.
Though articles may have other subsections as may be thought necessary by the author(s), however the following should be indicated: