Abstract: The study sought to find out the extent of effectiveness of the implementation process of the school access programme in South-East Nigeria. The study investigated whether the status of the respondents (Teachers and students) has any influence on the extent to which the school access programme was implemented in South-East Nigeria. The study was carried out in South-East Nigeria which is made up of five states (Anambra, Imo, Enugu, Abia and Ebonyi State). The population of the study was 14,141 respondents. Stratified proportionate random, simple random and cluster random sampling techniques were the sampling techniques used in the study. A questionnaire was the instrument used to collect the pertinent and relevant data of the study. The scores generated from the respondents were analyzed with mean, standard deviation and student t-test. The findings of the study revealed that the school access programme in South-East Nigeria was implemented at great extent indicating that (SAP) was effectively implemented.
Chinyere Augusta Nwajiuba, Kingsley O. Okoro and Chinwe Enyi, 2019. Evaluating the Extent of Effectiveness of the Implementation Process of School Access Programme in South-east Nigeria. Research Journal of Applied Sciences, 14: 159-164.