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United States of America - Pupil-teacher ratio in primary education

14.5 (students per teacher) in 2014

In 2014, pupil-teacher ratio in primary education for United States of America was 14.5 students per teacher. Before pupil-teacher ratio in primary education of United States of America started to increase to reach a level of 14.5 students per teacher in 2014, it went through a trough reaching a low of 13.6 students per teacher in 2010.

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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).

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What is United States of America pupil-teacher ratio in primary education?

Date Value Change, %
2014 14.5 0.58 %
2013 14.5 0.22 %
2012 14.4 0.96 %
2011 14.3 5.11 %
2010 13.6 -2.03 %
2009 13.9 1.34 %
2008 13.7 -0.77 %
2007 13.8 -0.09 %
2006 13.8 -2.28 %
2005 14.1 -0.57 %
2004 14.2 -4.07 %
2003 14.8