Ghana - Male Gross Enrollment Ratio in Primary Education (Including Overage and Underage Enrollment)

Since 2014, Ghana Male Gross Enrollment Ratio in Primary Education (Including Overage and Underage Enrollment) fell by 0.1points year on year. With 104.13 Percent of the Population of the Corresponding Official School Age in 2019, the country was ranked number 75 among other countries in Male Gross Enrollment Ratio in Primary Education (Including Overage and Underage Enrollment). Ghana is overtaken by Netherlands, which was number 74 at 104.24 Percent of the Population of the Corresponding Official School Age and is followed by Laos at 104.07 Percent of the Population of the Corresponding Official School Age. Madagascar ranked the highest with 143.3 Percent of the Population of the Corresponding Official School Age in 2019, that is an increase of 0.9points compared to 2018. Malawi, Nepal and Nauru respectively ranked number 2, 3 and 4 in this ranking. British Virgin Islands witnessed the best average annual growth at +3.2points per year, while South Sudan recorded the worst performance at -5.8points per year.

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Date Percent of the Population of the Corresponding Official School Age
2019 104.13
2018 102.96
2017 104.99
2016 106.09
2015 108.36
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How does Ghana rank in Male Gross Enrollment Ratio in Primary Education (Including Overage and Underage Enrollment)?

# 179 Countries Percent of the Population of the Corresponding Official School Age Last YoY 5‑years CAGR
1 #1
Madagascar
143.30 % 2019 +0.9 % -0.3 % View data
2 #2
Malawi
142.70 % 2019 +0.6 % -0.5 % View data
74 #74
Netherlands
104.24 % 2017 +0.9 % -0.3 % View data
75 #75
Ghana
104.13 % 2019 +1.1 % -0.1 % View data
76 #76
Laos
104.07 % 2019 -0.2 % -3.0 % View data
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