Education in Ivory Coast

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Education in Ivory Coast


The continent: Africa
  
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School in Ivory Coast


Children out of school

24,79 {% of total[?]}
(2014)
(ascending): 139 in the world of 159 (13,21%); 28 in Africa from 44 (38,64%)
60,88 % (12,18 % annual) ↗
min: 24,79; max: 51,41; max-min: 26,62 (51,78%); mid: 38,10;
-13,31 (-53,70%)
20,41 {% of male[?]}
(2014)
(ascending): 111 in the world of 144 (23,61%); 21 in Africa from 42 (52,38%)
73,62 % (14,72 % annual) ↗
min: 20,41; max: 40,19; max-min: 19,79 (49,23%); mid: 30,30;
-9,89 (-48,48%)
29,22 {% of female[?]}
(2014)
(ascending): 131 in the world of 146 (10,96%); 29 in Africa from 41 (31,71%)
51,87 % (10,37 % annual) ↗
min: 29,22; max: 62,18; max-min: 32,96 (53,01%); mid: 45,70;
-16,48 (-56,40%)

Government expenditure on education in Ivory Coast


Government expenditure on education, total

4,72 % of GDP[?] (2014)
(descending): 68 in the world of 147 (54,42%); 17 in Africa from 39 (58,97%)
3,82 % (0,764 % annual) ↘
min: 3,67; max: 8,23; max-min: 4,56 (55,43%); mid: 5,95;
-1,23 (-26,07%)

Government expenditure per student, primary

12,87 % of GDP per capita[?] (2014)
(descending): 90 in the world of 126 (29,37%); 16 in Africa from 33 (54,55%)
13,35 % (2,67 % annual) ↗
min: 12,76; max: 14,99; max-min: 2,23 (14,88%); mid: 13,88;
-1,01 (-7,83%)

Government expenditure per student, secondary

27,41 % of GDP per capita[?] (2014)
(descending): 23 in the world of 125 (82,40%); 9 in Africa from 29 (72,41%)
13,82 % (2,76 % annual) ↗
min: 27,41; max: 41,62; max-min: 14,21 (34,14%); mid: 34,52;
-7,11 (-25,92%)

Government expenditure per tertiary student as % of GDP per capita

124,55 % of GDP per capita[?] (2014)
(descending): 14 in the world of 115 (88,70%); 14 in Africa from 31 (58,06%)
7,32 % (1,46 % annual) ↘
min: 108,59; max: 142,17; max-min: 33,58 (23,62%); mid: 125,38;
-0,833 (-0,669%)

Pupil-teacher ratio in Ivory Coast


Pupil-teacher ratio in pre-primary education

21,85 [?] (2014)
(ascending): 109 in the world of 152 (28,95%); 19 in Africa from 43 (58,14%)
16,91 % (3,38 % annual) ↘
min: 15,46; max: 43,23; max-min: 27,77 (64,24%); mid: 29,35;
-7,50 (-34,31%)

Pupil-teacher ratio in primary education

42,53 [?] (2014)
(ascending): 165 in the world of 178 (7,87%); 41 in Africa from 52 (23,08%)
6,96 % (1,39 % annual) ↗
min: 35,65; max: 48,85; max-min: 13,20 (27,02%); mid: 42,25;
0,280 (0,657%)

Pupil-teacher ratio in secondary education

22,30 [?] (2014)
(ascending): 116 in the world of 153 (24,84%); 21 in Africa from 42 (52,38%)
8,48 % (1,70 % annual) ↗
min: 21,26; max: 29,40; max-min: 8,13 (27,67%); mid: 25,33;
-3,03 (-13,58%)

Pupil-teacher ratio, lower secondary

34,33 [?] (1999)
(2000) (ascending): 135 in the world of 148 (9,46%); 26 in Africa from 35 (28,57%)

Pupil-teacher ratio, tertiary

9,05 [?] (2014)
(ascending): 15 in the world of 141 (90,07%); 4 in Africa from 40 (92,50%)
57,09 % (11,42 % annual) ↗
min: 6,07; max: 19,91; max-min: 13,85 (69,53%); mid: 12,99;
-3,94 (-43,47%)

Pupil-teacher ratio, upper secondary

20,61 [?] (1999)
(2000) (ascending): 102 in the world of 141 (28,37%); 21 in Africa from 31 (35,48%)

Literacy rate in Ivory Coast


Literacy rate, adult

43,01 {(total)[?]}
(2015)
(descending): 148 in the world of 157 (6,37%); 44 in Africa from 52 (17,31%)
1,23 % (0,245 % annual) ↘
min: 33,20; max: 49,74; max-min: 16,53 (33,24%); mid: 41,47;
1,54 (3,57%)
53,28 {% of male[?]}
(2015)
(descending): 148 in the world of 157 (6,37%); 44 in Africa from 52 (17,31%)
0,274 % (0,055 % annual) ↘
min: 43,95; max: 60,86; max-min: 16,91 (27,79%); mid: 52,40;
0,880 (1,65%)
32,73 {% of female[?]}
(2015)
(descending): 148 in the world of 157 (6,37%); 44 in Africa from 52 (17,31%)
2,78 % (0,556 % annual) ↘
min: 23,43; max: 38,61; max-min: 15,18 (39,31%); mid: 31,02;
1,71 (5,21%)

Literacy rate, youth

0,683 {% of total[?]}
(2015)
(descending): 150 in the world of 156 (4,49%); 47 in Africa from 52 (11,54%)
0,936 % (0,187 % annual) ↘
min: 0,631; max: 0,736; max-min: 0,104 (14,18%); mid: 0,684;
-0,0010350 (-0,152%)
59,62 {% of male[?]}
(2015)
(descending): 150 in the world of 156 (4,49%); 46 in Africa from 52 (13,46%)
1,34 % (0,268 % annual) ↗
min: 54,40; max: 70,84; max-min: 16,44 (23,20%); mid: 62,62;
-3,00 (-5,04%)
40,70 {% of female[?]}
(2015)
(descending): 153 in the world of 156 (2,56%); 49 in Africa from 52 (7,69%)
0,697 % (0,139 % annual) ↗
min: 37,85; max: 52,13; max-min: 14,28 (27,39%); mid: 44,99;
-4,29 (-10,54%)