This paper examined the level of implementation of the Universal Basic Education (UBE) program in Delta State of Nigeria. The study used a descriptive survey to assess the views of UBE teachers and staff on the successful implementation of the UBE Program in Delta State. The study population includes all UBE teachers and staff in the 25 Local Government Areas of Delta Province. The sample size was 240 teachers and 120 UBE staff. The tool used in data collection was a questionnaire. The tool was certified by testing experts and a reliability coefficient of 0.82 was obtained. Two research questions and two hypotheses were used. The research questions were analyzed using central points while the hypothetical hypotheses were analyzed using the chi-square table. The significance level was set at 0.05. The study revealed that the UBE Program was poorly implemented in Delta State and inadequate resources and infrastructure. It was recommended, among other things, that the State Government should provide all the resources and infrastructure required for the successful implementation of the UBE Program in Delta State, to be done.
Citation: Ossai A.G. (2022) An Assessment of the Implementation of the Universal Basic Education (UBE) Programme in Delta State: Implication for Facilities and Infrastructure, British Journal of Education, Vol.10., Issue 9, pp. 59-68
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