Ghana - Share of Children Who Eventually Reach Grade 5

Since 2012, Ghana Share of Children Who Eventually Reach Grade 5 decreased by 0.6points year on year. With 85.98 Percent of Boys at the Entrance Age for the First Grade of Primary Education in 2017, the country was ranked number 76 comparing other countries in Share of Children Who Eventually Reach Grade 5. Ghana is overtaken by Venezuela, which was ranked number 75 at 86.26 Percent of Boys at the Entrance Age for the First Grade of Primary Education and is followed by East Timor with 85.07 Percent of Boys at the Entrance Age for the First Grade of Primary Education. Uruguay topped the ranking with 101.17 Percent of Boys at the Entrance Age for the First Grade of Primary Education in 2019, that is +0.5points compared to 2018. Singapore, Georgia and Japan respectively ranked number 2, 3 and 4 in this ranking. Tanzania witnessed the best average annual growth at +4.5points per year, while Sierra Leone was the worst growing country at -14points per year.

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Date Percent of Boys at the Entrance Age for the First Grade of Primary Education
2017 85.98
2016 91.48
2015
2014
2013 90.49
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How does Ghana rank in Share of Children Who Eventually Reach Grade 5?

# 109 Countries Percent of Boys at the Entrance Age for the First Grade of Primary Education Last YoY 5‑years CAGR
1 #1
Uruguay
101.17 % 2019 +0.5 % +0.5 % View data
2 #2
Singapore
100.00 % 2016 NA NA View data
75 #75
Venezuela
86.26 % 2019 -0.3 % -1.5 % View data
76 #76
Ghana
85.98 % 2017 -6.0 % -0.6 % View data
77 #77
East Timor
85.07 % 2019 +0.6 % -0.1 % View data
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