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Middle Eastern and North Africa Compared by Education > Pupil-teacher ratio, primary

DEFINITION: Pupil-teacher ratio, primary. Pupil-teacher ratio. Primary is the number of pupils enrolled in primary school divided by the number of primary school teachers.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Yemen 30.25 2011
2 Egypt 27.73 2010
3 Morocco 25.84 2012
4 Syria 25.33 2002
5 Algeria 23.16 2012
6 Iran 20.49 2009
7 Jordan 19.93 2003
8 Oman 19.91 2003
9 United Arab Emirates 17.97 2012
10 Tunisia 17.15 2012
11 Iraq 16.96 2007
12 Libya 16.9 1983
13 Lebanon 14.34 2012
14 Israel 13.06 2010
15 Bahrain 11.77 2012
16 Saudi Arabia 10.89 2012
17 Qatar 9.6 2012
18 Kuwait 8.6 2012

Citation

"Countries Compared by Education > Pupil-teacher ratio, primary. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", UNESCO Institute for Statistics. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/group-stats/Middle-Eastern-and-North-Africa/Education/Pupil--teacher-ratio,-primary

Middle Eastern and North Africa Compared by Education > Pupil-teacher ratio, primary

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Interesting observations about Education > Pupil-teacher ratio, primary

  • Central African Republic has had the highest pupil-teacher ratio, primary since 1989.
  • Chad ranked first for pupil-teacher ratio, primary amongst Muslim countries in 2012.
  • Malawi ranked first for pupil-teacher ratio, primary amongst Hot countries in 2012.
  • All of the top 2 countries by pupil-teacher ratio, primary are Christian.
  • Lebanon ranked last for pupil-teacher ratio, primary amongst Former French colonies in 2012.
  • All of the top 3 countries by pupil-teacher ratio, primary are Landlocked.
  • Rwanda ranked #4 for pupil-teacher ratio, primary amongst Sub-Saharan Africa in 2012.
  • Yemen ranked first for pupil-teacher ratio, primary amongst Middle Eastern and North Africa in 2011.
  • Kenya ranked first for pupil-teacher ratio, primary amongst Religious countries in 2009.
  • Zambia ranked second for pupil-teacher ratio, primary amongst Former British colonies in 2012.
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