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GLOBAL TEACHER SHORTAGE CRISIS ENROLLMENT IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS IS SOARING. BUT QUALITY IS COMPROMISED IN MANY COUNTRIES THAT CAN’T GET ENOUGH TEACHERS INTO CLASSROOMS

1.7 MILLION TEACHERS NEEDED TO FILL NEW POSTS 5.1 MILLION TEACHERS NEED TO BE REPLACED DUE TO ATTRITION

6.8 MILLION TEACHERS NEED TO BE HIRED IN TOTAL

WHERE NEW TEACHERS ARE MOST NEEDED BY 2015 SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA ARAB STATES

OVERCROWDED CLASSROOMS

CONSEQUENCES

OTHER REGIONS NORTH AMERICA AND WESTERN EUROPE SOUTH AND WEST ASIA

6 OUT OF 10 NEW POSTS ARE NEEDED IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA

RISING NUMBER OF STUDENTS PER TEACHER

21

43

OECD AVERAGE

BANGLADESH

44

48

65

79

84

AFGHANISTAN

CAMBODIA

RWANDA

MALAWI

CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC

THE SHORTAGE OF WELL-TRAINED TEACHERS HALTS ALL DEVELOP-

OUT-OF-SCHOOL CHILDREN

MENT EFFORTS, DEPRIVING YOUNG PEOPLE THE QUALITY INSTRUCTION NEEDED FOR TODAY’S KNOWLEDGE SOCIETIES

61 MILLION

26% HAVE DROPPED OUT 27% START SCHOOL LATE 47% WILL NEVER ENTER SCHOOL

CHILDREN OF PRIMARY SCHOOL AGE

QUALITY TEACHERS ARE THE PILLARS OF QUALITY EDUCATION - A HUMAN RIGHT.

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BY 2015 TO MEET GOAL OF UNIVERSAL PRIMARY EDUCATION


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