Access to Education in Ghana: Growth, Missed Opportunities and Promising Pathways

Abstract

This paper presented research findings on access to basic education in Northern and Southern Ghana. There are large age in grade differentials, especially among the poor. These children attend school less. Ghartey argued that policy on overage children and school financing could improve participation, progress and outcomes.

Citation

10th UKFIET conference, Oxford, 14-17 September 2009, 21 pp.

Access to Education in Ghana: Growth, Missed Opportunities and Promising Pathways

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