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 Among the proponent of “social approach” in the administration of Education, Education is viewed as a ‘magic wand’ that can untie the fortune of the development of every nation. In view of this, education the world over is seen as the potent tool for the development of any nation. Consequently, it has been recommended that every citizen of the world should be expose to fictional literacy level. Nigeria is not an exception to this clarion call. Hence, past and present administrations have in one way or the other tried to provide education to Nigerian citizens though various policy formulations like the Universal Primary Education (UBE). Cross Riverians stand to gain a lot from this lofty program if well implemented. However, experience has shown t hat the past programs were plagued by one problem or the other, of which UBE may not be an exception. In other to forestall the reoccurrence of the past, this work was deemed necessary. More so, the significance of this study further stems form the fact that Cross River State is regarded as Educationally Disadvantage State (EDS), Due to this, this program cannot afford to fail in the state of this image is to be redeemed. This study considered the following variables as every crucial to the success of the Universal Basic Education program in Cross River State. These are: provision of adequate instructional materials, infrastructure/facilities, enough teachers, enough qualified teachers and adequate arrangement so that the nomads and migrant fishermen and their wards can benefit from the program. To properly guide the study, five research questions where formulated. The date collection instruments were a thirty (30) item questionnaire and a structured oral interview schedules. The questionnaire were administered to a total of 1,438 respondents (all teachers) while the structured oral interviewed scheduled was for four (4) staff of the State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) Calabar. A bench mark of 2.50 and above was set as acceptance criterion based on an arithmetic mean (x) score average. After carefully analyzing the items, the major findings of the study are that: Monies meant for proper execution of the program are often diverted by fraudulent implementers of the program as such must of the needed instructional materials are in short supply. Infrastructure / facilities are also not adequate even though the government is making converted effort to ensure that they are provided. There is still shortage of teachers in some key subject’s areas. Qualified teachers are still inadequate to handle core subjects, as a result, some teachers teach subjects outside their area of specialization. Arrangement by the government so that the nomads and migrant fishermen and their wards could benefit from the program is still grossly inadequate. Based on the educational implications, informed by the findings of this study, some recommendations were made. And finally, the limitations of the study were pointed out and suggestions for further studies were made.

Project detailsContents
Number of Pages102 pages
Chapter one Introduction
Chapter two Literature review
Chapter three  methodology
Chapter  four  Data analysis
Chapter  five Summary,discussion & recommendations
Chapter summary1 to 5 chapters
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