more than doubled. However, secondary education remained for a long time and still is not included in the reforms of the other sub-systems.
The assistance granted to education, both bilaterally and multilaterally dealt to a great extent other domains of teaching (basic education, higher education).
At present, secondary education in Guinea currently faces enormous challenges: plethoric clauses, disparities between girls and boys and zones, deficiencies in human resource management, lack of services preparing youth to their integration into the workforce, etc. Generally speaking, the courses are given under difficult teaching conditions. The buildings, the equipment, the laboratories, the textbooks are in poor conditions and there is a lack of qualified teaching personnel, the classes generally consists of 60 to 90 pupils, and the teacher who is not always motivated. The High School of Fougou opened its doors in October 2006. It has 7 classrooms for 6 levels (from the 7th to the 11th grade), i.e. there is no class yet for the baccalaureate (12th and final grades). To date, there are 321 pupils including 112 girls.
7 teachers reside locally; the others are freelance coming from Mali-Center to ensure the teaching of certain disciplines. The main teacher has accommodation within the school.