Ajuwon publishes research on disabilities services in Nigeria
Dr. Paul Ajuwon, faculty in the department of counseling, leadership and special education at Missouri State University, published two peer-reviewed journal articles: “Working with a Visual Impairment in Nigeria: A Qualitative Look at Employment Status” in the “Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness” and “Need for Effective Disability Services in Nigeria: The case for Open Doors for Special Learners” in the “Journal of Border Educational Research.”
Ajuwon also conducted a peer-reviewed conference presentation titled “Faculty Attitudes, Knowledge and Practices Regarding Students with Disabilities in Postsecondary Institutions in Nigeria” at the 13th World Conference of the International Association of Special Educators at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.
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