Ghana - Share of Male Trained Teachers in Secondary Education

Since 2013, Ghana Share of Male Trained Teachers in Secondary Education jumped by 1.5points year on year. In 2018, the country was ranked number 38 among other countries in Share of Male Trained Teachers in Secondary Education at 74.78 Percent of Male Teachers. Ghana is overtaken by Solomon Islands, which was number 37 at 75.47 Percent of Male Teachers and is followed by Eswatini with 73.96 Percent of Male Teachers. Burundi lead the ranking with 102.05 Percent of Male Teachers in 2018, an increase of 2.1points versus 2017. Belize witnessed the best average annual growth at +12.7points per year, while Kyrgyzstan recorded the worst performance at -27.6points per year.

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Date Percent of Male Teachers
2018 74.78
2017 73.48
2016 72.47
2015 70.79
2014 69.14
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How does Ghana rank in Share of Male Trained Teachers in Secondary Education?

# 65 Countries Percent of Male Teachers Last YoY 5‑years CAGR
1 #1
Burundi
102.05 % 2018 +2.0 % NA View data
2 #2
Cuba
100.35 % 2018 +0.3 % +0.1 % View data
37 #37
Solomon Islands
75.47 % 2015 NA +1.3 % View data
38 #38
Ghana
74.78 % 2018 +1.8 % +1.5 % View data
39 #39
Eswatini
73.96 % 2018 -0.5 % -1.0 % View data
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