According to the social correspondent of rahnam news agency, the education managers in the previous government always announced that the share of the non-governmental sector in education during the sixth development plan of the country should reach 15 percent.
A review of published statistics shows that the percentage of non-government school students from the academic year of 2015-2016 to the academic year of 2014-2014 has increased from 11.4% to 14% in a 5-year period, although this ratio is 15.2% in the primary period.
This process shows that the development of non-government schools and reaching the set goals has been one of the most successful measures of education.
Also, the proportion of male students in non-government schools is more than that of girls. The ratio of total non-government school students to total students by gender can be seen in the following table:
62% of students are studying in non-government schools in the primary period, followed by 20% and 16.7% in the first and second secondary schools, respectively.
The ratio of students to teachers in public schools has increased from 25.2 to 27.4 in the primary school, from 19.9 to 25.3 in the first high school, and from 13.5 to 16 in the second high school during the academic years of 1396-1395 to 1402-1401.
The growth of the student-teacher ratio in recent years indicates the lack of teachers in public schools, especially since some ministers of education in the previous government believed that the student-teacher ratio should be increased. In 2013, the vice president of development, management and support of the Ministry of Education said in a gathering of education managers of the provinces: A successful region is one that increases the density of classrooms, of course, the issue of educational justice and quality should be paid attention to, and the ratio of students to employees Education should be increased, the student to teacher ratio is currently 11 to 1, which is incorrect.
In continuation of such a view, policies were also adopted that prevented the hiring of new teachers and increasing the capacity of accepting student teachers in Farhangian University.
Following this policy, the ratio of students to teachers in different educational courses has been increasing in the last 7 years and it has reached 27.4 people in the primary period, 25.3 in the first secondary school and 16 in the second secondary school.
The density of students in the classrooms of the primary period of public schools in the academic year 2015-2016 was 24.8 people, which reached 25.8 people in the academic year 2011-2014, and the largest population increase is related to the second secondary period, which went from 19.8 people to 22.1 people.
In the primary period of non-government schools, the density of students in the classrooms in the academic year 1402-1401 is 18.8 people and in the second secondary period is 14.2 people.
The increase in the density of students in the classrooms of public schools shows that there is a demand for enrollment in public schools, but due to the lack of capacity (teachers and classrooms), education has partially met this need by increasing the density of classes, and the rest of the people have to Non-government schools that have admission capacity and have a lower class density (18 people) have gone, while according to Resolution 886 of the Supreme Council of Education in 2013, the standard of classroom density at the primary level is 20 people.
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