Pupil-Teacher Ratio in African Primary Schools

Pupil-Teacher Ratio in African Primary Schools
COUNTRYPupil-Teacher RatioYear
CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC802012
MALAWI742012
CHAD612012
RWANDA592012
MOZAMBIQUE552012
ETHIOPIA542012
SOUTH SUDAN52.62012
GUINEA-BISSAU51.92012
ZAMBIA492012
MALI48.52012
BURKINA FASO482012
UGANDA482012
BURUNDI472012
KENYA46.82012
CAMEROON462012
TANZANIA462012
ANGOLA45.62012
BENIN442012
GUINEA442012
REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO442012
MADAGASCAR432012
COTE D’IVOIRE422012
TOGO422012
ERITREA412012
NAMIBIA412012
MAURITANIA402012
ZIMBABWE39.32012
NIGER392012
SUDAN38.42012
NIGERIA362012
SOMALIA35.52012
DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO352012
DJIBOUTI352012
GAMBIA342012
LESOTHO342012
GHANA332012
SIERRA LEONE332012
SENEGAL322012
SOUTH AFRICA302012
SWAZILAND29.32012
SAO TOME AND PRINCIPE292012
COMOROS27.72012
EGYPT27.72012
LIBERIA26.82012
EQUATORIAL GUINEA262012
MOROCCO262012
BOTSWANA25.42012
GABON24.52012
ALGERIA232012
CAPE VERDE232012
MAURITIUS212012
TUNISIA172012
LIBYA16.92012
SEYCHELLES13.32012

References;

  1. http://data.worldbank.org/indicator/SE.PRM.ENRL.TC.ZS
  2. http://knoema.com/AEO2013May/african-economic-outlook-may-2013?tsId=1002020

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