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Jordan - Pupil-teacher ratio in primary education

16.9 (students per teacher) in 2014

In 2014, pupil-teacher ratio in primary education for Jordan was 16.9 students per teacher. Pupil-teacher ratio in primary education of Jordan fell gradually from 34.7 students per teacher in 1976 to 16.9 students per teacher in 2014.

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What is pupil-teacher ratio in primary education?

Primary school pupil-teacher ratio is the number of pupils enrolled in primary school divided by the number of primary school teachers (regardless of their teaching assignment).

What is Jordan pupil-teacher ratio in primary education?

Date Value Change, %
2014 16.9 -15.17 %
2003 19.9 -0.60 %
2002 20.1 -15.36 %
1998 23.7 -2.42 %
1995 24.3 -8.34 %
1991 26.5 -6.72 %
1989 28.4 -4.81 %
1988 29.8 1.45 %
1987 29.4 -5.95 %
1986 31.3 -2.03 %
1985 31.9 -0.71 %
1984 32.1