TIMSS: Eighth grade students reaching the high international benchmark of science achievement (%) in Ghana was reported at 0.94989 % in 2011, according to the World Bank collection of development indicators, compiled from officially recognized sources. Ghana - Eighth grade students reaching the high international benchmark of science achievement - actual values, historical data, forecasts and projections were sourced from the World Bank on August of 2020.


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TIMSS: Eighth grade students reaching the high international benchmark of science achievement (%) is the share of 8th grade students scoring at least 550 on the science assessment. Students at this benchmark can apply and communicate understanding of concepts from biology, chemistry, physics, and Earth science in everyday and abstract situations. Students apply knowledge of cells and their functions and of the characteristics and life processes of organisms. They communicate understanding of ecosystems and the interaction of organisms with their environment and apply some knowledge of human health related to nutrition and infectious disease. Students show some knowledge and understanding of the composition and properties of matter and chemical change. They apply basic knowledge of energy transformation and transfer and of light and sound in practical situations, and demonstrate understanding of simple electrical circuits and properties of magnets. Students apply their knowledge of forces and motion to everyday and abstract situations. They apply knowledge of Earth’s physical features, processes, cycles, and history, and show some understanding of Earth's resources, their use, and conservation as well as some knowledge of the interaction between the Earth and the Moon. Students demonstrate some scientific inquiry skills, including selecting and justifying an appropriate experimental method. They combine and interpret information from various types of diagrams, graphs, and tables; select relevant information to analyze and draw conclusions; and provide short explanations conveying scientific knowledge. Data reflect country performance in the stated year according to TIMSS reports, but may not be comparable across years or countries. Consult the TIMSS website for more detailed information: http://timss.bc.edu/


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