teacher-pupil ratio

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teacher-pupil ratio

[ˌtiːtʃəˌpjuːplˈreɪʃɪəʊ] Nproporción f profesor-alumnos
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Meanwhile, the learners are losing out as they are denied a chance to strike individual relationships with their teachers on the back of a healthy teacher-pupil ratio. The teachers, on the other hand, are burdened with the extra workload, which, in addition to lowering their morale, makes the entire learning process a shambles.
Similarly, in terms of education, our teacher-pupil ratio is 1:35, only 70 percent of our teachers have got some kind of training to teach the students and 4 percent schools are equipped with Internet connectivity for facilitating the learning process.
This leads to another challenge in terms of teacher-pupil ratio. "In one inclusive class, there should only be 33 regular pupils and two children with exceptionalities - should be with same exceptionality," she explained.
Last year, elementary schools operated with a classroom-pupil ratio of 1:36 or 36 pupils were accommodated in a classroom, and a teacher-pupil ratio of 1:43 or 43 pupils for every teacher.
Due to the demands of the work they do, the school has a high teacher-pupil ratio to ensure that each individual pupil is guaranteed the care and attention that they require.
Al Emmadi elaborated on the challenges ahead: "The teacher-pupil ratio in our classroom is two special education teachers for every three students.
All of which require a greater teacher-pupil ratio, thus necessitating extra cover for teachers involved in those 'essential' educational ventures.
The healthy teacher-pupil ratio of 1:15 for pre-primary and 1:30 for primary section ensures appropriate levels of attention for each child.
The prescribed teacher-pupil ratio of 1:30 has still not been implemented in more than half the schools (57.2 per cent) in 567 rural districts of the country.
We construct two education quality indices for each country in the sample, one based on country i's teacher-pupil ratio relative to the U.S.' teacher-pupil ratio and the other one based on country i's government spending on secondary education relative to the education spending in the U.S.
He said this will also significantly reduce the teacher-pupil ratio and improve education standards.

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