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 How Many Teachers Will be Needed By 2015?

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PostSubject: How Many Teachers Will be Needed By 2015?   Mon 6 May - 22:39


The supply of teachers is failing to keep pace with the demand for primary education. According to the latest [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] data, the world needs to create 1.7 million new teaching posts by 2015 to reach Universal Primary Education (UPE). In addition, 5.1 million
teachers are expected to leave the profession and must be replaced. In total, 6.8 million teachers will be needed to ensure every child’s right to basic education.

The [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]has created an awesome interactive infographic to illustrate the gap between the supply and demand for teachers by region. The situation is most extreme in sub-Saharan Africa, where the school-aged population continues to rise. More than 1.8 million primary school teachers are required by 2015. In other words, the supply of teachers in the region must increase by 10% every year to meet the goal of UPE.

Take a look at the interactive infographic and click through it to see teacher supply and demand by region. They also break it down within each larger geographical region by country. Each area’s need is then broken down to show which posts are needed because of attrition and which would be new posts.


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