The school system in Ghana consists of a free and compulsory first phase comprising nine years of primary school. (A two-year preschool is considered part of the undergraduate education, but is not compulsory.) A second phase consists of post-secondary education, where students are prepared for technical and economic study paths. Those who complete the second phase can then move on to various post-secondary education. Ghana has six state and about ten private universities as well as a large number of other institutions that provide specialized higher education.
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The proportion of girls in the primary school is as large as the proportion of boys, while the boys are slightly more in the secondary school. The reading and writing skills of the adult population (over 15 years) were estimated in 2009 at a total of 67% (73% for men and 60% for women).
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