The government says 100% of young

The government says 100% of young children are now enrolled in primary school, and that girls at last have equal access to education goals that the prime minister had made priority.

Is this sentence correct?

It should be “made a priority”, and “the education goals” seems more natural. If the priorities and prime minister are still in place at the time of writing then “had made” should be “has made”.

What does “that the prime minister has made a priority” suggest? I know the meaning of the sentence but I am failing to synchronize this part with the later part of the sentence.

To “make something a priority” means to give it greater importance than other things, so that it gets more attention and resources and is achieved more quickly. In this case the priority is the prime minister’s education goals.