United States - Pupil-Teacher Ratio in Upper Secondary Education

Since 2014, United States Pupil-Teacher Ratio in Upper Secondary Education was down by 0.2% year on year. At 14.71 Ratios in 2017, the country was number 54 comparing other countries in Pupil-Teacher Ratio in Upper Secondary Education. United States is overtaken by Sudan, which was ranked number 53 with 14.75 Ratios and is followed by Palestine with 14.7 Ratios. Ethiopia, India and Afghanistan respectively ranked number 2, 3 and 4 in this ranking. Papua New Guinea witnessed the best average annual growth at +36.8% per year, while Antigua and Barbuda witnessed the worst performance at -13.8% per year.

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Date Ratios
2017 14.71
2016
2015 14.68
2014 14.77
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How does United States rank in Pupil-Teacher Ratio in Upper Secondary Education?

# 121 Countries Ratios Last YoY 5‑years CAGR
1 #1
Papua New Guinea
83.26 2016 NA +36.8 % View data
2 #2
Ethiopia
43.67 2015 NA +6.0 % View data
53 #53
Sudan
14.75 2019 -0.3 % -1.1 % View data
54 #54
United States
14.71 2017 NA -0.1 % View data
55 #55
Palestine
14.70 2019 -1.8 % -2.4 % View data
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