STRATEGIES FOR ENHANCING THE FUNDING OF THE BUSINESS EDUCATION PROGRAMME IN COLLEGES OF EDUCATION IN ENUGU STATE, NIGERIA

Abiola Olufunke Ezeonwurie

Abstract


The study assessed the strategies for enhancing the funding of business education programme in colleges of education in Enugu State.  Two research questions and two null hypotheses guided the study.  The study adopted the descriptive survey research design. The population of the study comprised 68 business education lecturers in colleges of education in Enugu State.  The instrument for data collection was a 25- item questionnaire.  Data collected were analysed using mean and standard deviation in answering the research question and t-test analysis in testing the hypotheses at 0.05 level of significance.  The findings revealed that respondents, irrespective of their gender agreed that all the itemised funding strategies and its impact were capable of enhancing  business education programme in colleges of education.  Conclusions were drawn and it was recommended amongst others that experts in business education should be used in formulating policies for the programmes.  This is because non experts as policy maker of business education will not understand the actual needs of the programmes.


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Funding, Finance, Strategies, Colleges of Education,

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