Mary Mark Ogbeche & Michael Chukwudi Uzoigwe
This study investigated availability of facilities and implementation of inclusive entrepreneurial education programme in secondary schools in Calabar Education Zone of Cross River State, Nigeria. The study adopted descriptive survey design. Simple random sampling technique was used to sample 1,838 respondents made up of head teachers and students in the institutions. An instrument titled “Availability of Facilities and Implementation of Inclusive Entrepreneurship Education Programme Survey (AFIIEEPS)” was used for data collection. The instrument was face validated by two experts, one from Test and Measurement and another from Educational Management of the University of Calabar. Cronbach Alpha method was used to determine the reliability coeﬃcient. The coeﬃcient obtained was 0.91. Data collected were descriptively analyzed in order to answer the research questions. Findings revealed that entrepreneurial education facilities are inadequately available. It was also found that the extent of implementation of inclusive entrepreneurial education programme is low. It was concluded that the extent of the availability of facilities and implementation of inclusive entrepreneurship education programme is very low. Premised on these ﬁndings, it was recommended that school administrators should endeavour to procure adequate facilities for eﬀective implementation of inclusive entrepreneurship education programme as well as to enhance students’ entrepreneurial skill acquisition in public secondary schools in Calabar Education Zone of Cross River State.