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The Senior High Schools capacity in Ghana is about eight hundred thousand students, the final year students are little higher than four hundred thousand and the current first-year students over four hundred and fifty thousand. The second-year gold track students are around two hundred and fifty thousand.

The first-year students and SHS 2 gold track students are currently in school, adding the final year students on 5th May 2021 is likely to create overcrowding in our schools.

Educational infrastructure is discussed below in this article;

The world’s poorest countries need almost four million new classrooms by 2015, largely in rural and marginalized areas, to accommodate those who are not in school. More classrooms will alleviate overcrowding, cut class sizes and reduce long travel distances

What is education infrastructure?

This is one of the most basic elements necessary to ensure access to education. School classrooms are the most common place in which structured learning takes place with groups of children. While learning also takes place in a variety of different types of spaces tents, temporary shelters, plastic sheeting, the shade of trees, places of worship, people’s homes, and so on. families and communities expect formal education to take place in classrooms that have been designed for safety and comfort.

Education infrastructure includes suitable spaces to learn. Some of the attributes of adequate infrastructure are Sufficient space per child, usually guided by standards set by a country’s Ministry of Education, Sufficient space for 30-40 children per classroom, to permit efficient use of teachers.

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Facilities may be inadequate in many ways, including being over-crowded or dangerous, lacking inadequate sanitary facilities and lacking water for hygiene. The health implications of inadequate toilets and sanitation are very serious. Girls, in particular, are pushed out of school if facilities are inadequate.

Older primary-age girls are will miss significant amounts of school or are unlikely to continue at school after they begin menstruation if sanitary facilities are poor or non-existent. Additionally, children may be turned away from school when their official enrollment capacity is reached.


Buildings, classrooms, laboratories, and equipment, education infrastructure are crucial elements of learning environments in schools and universities.


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