Rwanda - Share of Male Trained Teachers in Secondary Education
Since 2013, Rwanda Share of Male Trained Teachers in Secondary Education decreased by 9.2points year on year. At 57.22 Percent of Male Teachers in 2018, the country was ranked number 50 among other countries in Share of Male Trained Teachers in Secondary Education. Rwanda is overtaken by Panama, which was ranked number 49 at 57.98 Percent of Male Teachers and is followed by Saint Vincent and the Grenadines at 56.69 Percent of Male Teachers. Burundi ranked the highest with 102.05 Percent of Male Teachers in 2018, that is a growth of 2.1points versus 2017. Belize witnessed the best average annual growth at +12.7points per year, while Kyrgyzstan was the worst growing country at -27.6points per year.
|Date||Percent of Male Teachers|
How does Rwanda rank in Share of Male Trained Teachers in Secondary Education?
|#||65 Countries||Percent of Male Teachers||Last||YoY||5‑years CAGR|
|102.05 %||2018||+2.0 %||NA||View data|
|100.35 %||2018||+0.3 %||+0.1 %||View data|
|57.98 %||2016||NA||-7.8 %||View data|
|57.22 %||2018||-5.1 %||-9.2 %||View data|
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
|56.69 %||2018||+1.9 %||+2.8 %||View data|