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The study investigated the influence of school environment on Environmental Education lecturer’s job performance in the University of Calabar, Nigeria.  Using purposive sampling technique, a sample of seventy six (76) lecturers teaching in the department was selected for the study. Five null hypotheses were formulated and 74 using the Pearson Product Moment Correlation Analytic statistical tool at 0.05 significant level and 74 degree of freedom. All the five hypotheses tested (school environment, classrooms, laboratories, libraries and conducive lecturer’s office spaces), showed significant influence on lecturer’s job performance. It was recommended that government and the university administration should make provision for the necessary facilities that will improve the lecturer’s working environment, thereby enhancing their job performance.

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Onnoghen Usang Nkanu, Eneji Chris-Valentine Ogar, & Petters Janet Sunday. (2020). School Environment and Environmental Education Lecturer’s Job Performance in the University of Calabar, Nigeria. GIS Business, 15(2), 159-186. https://doi.org/10.26643/gis.v15i2.18904