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The study explores the extent to which students are directed towards entrepre-neurship in the Islamic Education Curriculum from the teachers' perspectives. The researcher adapted the descriptive approach to achieve its main goal. The population consists of teachers at the secondary schools in Am-man, Jordan. The sample was randomly selected. There were (210) respondents. (106) males and (104) females. For gathering data, a survey questionnaire, with (35) items, was distributed.  The current study revealed that directing the cur-ricula for students towards entrepreneurship was intermediate in general. There are no gender-specific or experience-bound significant differences across the individuals’ responses towards the role of the curricula in students’ orientation towards entrepreneurship.  The study recommends that there is a crucial need to restructure the curricula to be in support of students’ orientation towards entre-preneurship

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