Average Public School Student: Teacher Ratio

The national average public school student:teacher ratio is approximately 15:1 (2024).
The lowest state for student:teacher ratio is District Of Columbia with 11:1. The highest state for student:teacher ratio is Utah with 23:1.
Student:Teacher Ratio Range: 11:1 23:1 Avg. Student:Teacher Ratio: 15:1

Average Public School Student:Teacher Ratio (2024)

State
Average Student: Teacher Ratio
Schools with Lowest Student: Teacher Ratio

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the national average public school student:teacher ratio?
The national average public school student:teacher ratio is 15:1 for 2024.
What are public schools with the highest student:teacher ratio in the United States?
The public schools with the highest student:teacher ratio in the United States include Blue Ridge, Compass Classical Charter School (H) and Blind Region 2.
What is the state with the highest student:teacher ratio?
The state with the highest student:teacher ratio is Utah.

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Did You Know?

The state with lowest average public school student:teacher ratio is District Of Columbia, with 11:1. The county with the lowest average public school student:teacher ratio is Newton County, AR with 5:1.