Ghana On Track To Achieve Universal Education—UNDP


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Using the pupil teacher ratio (PTR) as a measure of quality education, the report observed that PTR at the primary level which increased from 34:1 in 2003/04 to about 36:1 in 2005/06, marginally above the 35:1 target has declined to reach 29:1 in 2009/10.

A similar trend, the report noted, is also observed at JHS level with declining PTR from 19.4:1 in 2006 to 13.9:1 in 2010.

This decline at both primary and JHS was also recorded in the three northern regions regarded as deprived regions of the country. This development may be explained by increased number of teachers relative to school enrollment which is expected to have enhancing effect on quality of education at both levels.

On literacy rate, the report said there has been improvement in overall literacy rate among the youth for both males and females since 1991 with better rates for males than females.

In the urban areas, the report said proportion of young males who can read and write in English improved consistently from 18.0 per cent in 1991/92 to 59.9 per cent in 2005/06.

Similarly, it further said about 15.5 per cent of young females were able to read and write in English in 1991/92 and this improved significantly to 47 per cent in 2005/06.

The substantial improvement in the literacy rate among the youth over one-and-half decades the report noted is a reflection of the effort of government to provide education for all Ghanaians.

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