SDG 04: Quality Education

This is how many hours teachers work in public schools around the world

In Costa Rica, a public school teacher works 1,134 hours per year on average with Australia close behind with 1,008 hours. Image: REUTERS/Irene Wang

Martin Armstrong

Data Journalist, Statista

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Costa Rica has the highest average hours of compulsory teaching from selected countries in 2021. Image: Statista
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