Per Pupil Spending - Top 10 GDP Countries

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Part
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Per Pupil Spending - G20 Countries (2)

Data on per pupil spend by country for countries who are members of the G20 has been provided in the attached spreadsheet.

Education Spending

  • Per pupil spend data has been provided as sourced from the OECD (The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development — an international organisation that works to build better policies for better lives).
  • Data on primary vs secondary education spend has been provided when available.

Research Strategy

In order to find the per student spend on education for the indicated companies, data from the OECD was first collated by the available years 1995-2015. Missing data was attempted to be located from a variety of sources including the National Center for Education Statistics, the Worldbank, Index Mundi, and Knoema. There was not sufficient data in any of these sources to provide even triangulated estimates for any of the missing data points in the attached spreadsheet.
Part
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of two
Part
02

Per Pupil Spending - G20 Countries (1)

Data on per pupil spend by country for countries who are members of the G20 has been provided in the attached spreadsheet.

Education Spending

  • Per pupil spend data has been provided as sourced from the OECD (The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development — an international organisation that works to build better policies for better lives).
  • Data on primary vs secondary education spend has been provided when available.

Research Strategy

In order to find the per student spend on education for the indicated companies, data from the OECD was first collated by the available years 1995-2015. Missing data was attempted to be located from a variety of sources including the National Center for Education Statistics, the Worldbank, Index Mundi, and Knoema. There was not sufficient data in any of these sources to provide even triangulated estimates for any of the missing data points in the attached spreadsheet.
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