This paper investigated the extent of stakeholders’ preparation for and acceptability of the entrepreneurial education in our school system as a step towards school leavers’ skill acquisition, productivity, self-reliance and self-sufficiency. A 13-item questionnaire were responded to by 250 students and a 16- item questionnaire by 100 teachers randomly sampled from 10 schools where the programme exists in Lagos State. The analysis of collected data was done using the Simple Percentage and Correlation Co-efficient to test the hypotheses. The result of the data analysis showed that although the entrepreneurial subjects are good alternatives to the reduction of poverty and scarcity of jobs for our youths, however, only a fragment of the schools sampled were adequately prepared for the inherent challenges. It is, therefore, suggested that secondary schools in Lagos State be adequately equipped to meet up with the vision of entrepreneurial skills which in turn will better enhance employment and social security.
Jimoh, A. S , and Crowntney Olugbenga E. School Curriculum Innovation: Incorporating Entrepreneurial Subjects for Social Security in Secondary Schools in Lagos State, Nigeria. International Journal of Arts and Social Sciences Education, 5 (2), 98-106.