This page has a list of countries by Percentage of teachers in upper secondary education who are trained, both sexes (%), according to officially-recognized international sources compiled by the World Bank. Number of teachers who have received the minimum organized teacher training (pre-service or in-service) required for teaching at the upper secondary level in the given country, expressed as a percentage of the total number of teachers at the upper secondary level.

  • United Arab Emirates
    100 %
  • Burundi
    100 %
  • Burkina Faso
    60.84 %
  • Bangladesh
    66.28 %
  • Bahrain
    100 %
  • Belarus
    91.55 %
  • Belize
    34.95 %
  • Bermuda
    100 %
  • Bhutan
    100 %
  • Cameroon
    57.49 %
  • Colombia
    97.96 %
  • Cape Verde
    96.32 %
  • Costa Rica
    96.97 %
  • Cuba
    100 %
  • Cayman Islands
    100 %
  • Djibouti
    100 %
  • Dominica
    48.75 %
  • Dominican Republic
    79.38 %
  • Ecuador
    72.5 %
  • Ethiopia
    100 %
  • Fiji
    85.66 %
  • Ghana
    85.15 %
  • Gibraltar
    96.67 %
  • Grenada
    46.55 %
  • Jordan
    100 %
  • Liberia
    59.88 %
  • Morocco
    100 %
  • Moldova
    100 %
  • Madagascar
    14.19 %
  • Mexico
    90.05 %
  • Myanmar
    87.72 %
  • Mauritania
    92.07 %
  • Niger
    12.98 %
  • Nepal
    81.31 %
  • Oman
    100 %
  • Puerto Rico
    84.02 %
  • Palestine
    100 %
  • Sudan
    64.71 %
  • Solomon Islands
    62.99 %
  • Sierra Leone
    75.07 %
  • El Salvador
    91.45 %
  • Suriname
    50.23 %
  • Thailand
    100 %
  • Vanuatu
    20.47 %
  • Samoa
    79.51 %