Teacher-student ratio: How does it affect quality of education?
While determining the quality of a child’s education, there are many factors which must come into play. One aspect that has been overlooked by most parents, guardians, teachers, school administrators and students themselves is the student-teacher ratio.
Needless to mention, it has been reasonably demonstrated that learners are more likely to learn better when personal attention is rendered to them, especially in the case of a slow learner or late bloomer. And this calls for factors that include having an ideal student-teacher ratio.
For the Best Quality Education Our main Focus is on Student teacher Ratio in particular class as Follows:
For Play Group & Nursery – 10:1
For LKG and UKG – 20:1
For Primary Grades – 30:1
For Middle Grades -: 30:1
Student-teacher ratio “expresses the relationship between the numbers of students enrolled and the number of teachers in that particular school.