Benjamin Ayua Ambe, Ph.D; Eneyo Okon Eyo, Ph.D
This study focused on stakeholders’ perception of community mobilization for participation and enrichment of school curricula as strategies for the implementation of the Universal Basic Education programme in schools in Cross River State, Nigeria. To carry out this research work, two research questions were formulated; the ex-post facto design was used to provide information on the existing situation regarding the variables of concern in the study. Two hundred community members and two hundred and fifty teachers were sampled using simple random sampling and purposive sampling techniques. Data gathered were analyzed using descriptive statistics of simple percentages and bar charts. The results of the analysis revealed that community members have been mobilized to participate in the UBE programme but not consistently; school curricula have been enriched and revised. Recommendations were provided based on the findings of the study.