Education in Ghana: Improving Equity, Efficiency and Accountability of Education Service Delivery

World Bank

This report is intended to provide a thorough analytical foundation for strategic planning and sector dialogue among education policy makers, development partners and civil society representatives at a key turning point in the development of education in Ghana. During the last decade, access has radically improved. Between 2002/03 and 2009/10 enrollments in primary education grew by 1,284,673 or 50.9 percent. This expansion has outstripped the progress made by virtually all other countries, and is a testimony to Ghana’s deep commitment to a policy aimed at achieving universal education.  

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