number of students per class - COMPARISON
The bar chart illustrates the comparison between the average number of students per class in six countries and in over the world. Overall, South Korea had a majority of class size, whereas, the proportion of students in Iceland is the lowest in six countries.
Looking at the details, South Korea had the highest percentage of pupils, around 35% is the percentage of 5- to 12-year-old students studying in primary school. This figure was slightly higher than the global average primary's children. It is followed by Japan and Mexico, pupils went to primary school at about 27% and 20% respectively. In the UK and Denmark show similar patterns of use. In both countries, around 21% to 23% of children went to primary school, whereas, Iceland had the least percentage of students, precisely 15%.
On the other hand, South Korea accounted for the highest lower secondary's student in 6 countries and the world, at over 35%. It is followed by Mexico, 33% of 13-to 16-year-old students in lower secondary school. This duration in Japan was a rough increase ( 32%) in the number of students.In UK and Denmark, students went to lower secondary school, at about 22% and 19%, respectively which was lower than the global average. Iceland continues remained the lowest percentage of students in lower secondary school ( approximately 17%).