Inside Rwanda’s most overcrowded school

In July 2019, World Bank reported that the pupil-to-classroom ratio (PCR) in Rwanda in 2018 averaged 82 in public schools. Primary school often exceeded 65 students and 100 students in extreme cases.

In relation to the recommended 23 PCR, Rwanda’s education still face issues related to high number of students. 

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