Setting an Example: the DfE and Statistics

In short

‘3rd in the OECD’

This is primary to tertiary education spending by public bodies, in 2015, for OECD countries. (Source: OECD)
Public spending on non-tertiary education in the UK was 3.8% of GDP — highest of the G7. (Source: OECD)

‘1.9m more children taught in good schools’

The population in state-funded schools has been rising. (Graph: EPI)

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Anthony B. Masters

Anthony B. Masters

This blog looks at the use of statistics in Britain and beyond. It is written by RSS Statistical Ambassador and Chartered Statistician @anthonybmasters.