Education resources

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These indicators present data on education resources, including: teachers' and principals' age, experience and the percentage of female staff; the number of students and staff teaching at different levels of education; staff hours spent in lesson preparation and teaching at lower secondary level; and teachers' salaries. Data are also available for public and private spending. Public spending includes both direct expenditure on educational institutions and educational subsidies to households administered by educational institutions. Private expenditure is recorded net of public subsidies that educational institutions may receive. For more information http://www.oecd.org/education/skills-beyond-school/

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Keywords:  education, women, preparation, hours, teacher, principal, education at a glance, teaching, salary, private, spending, public
 

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Private spending on education refers to expenditure funded by private sources which are households and other private entities. This indicator is shown as a percentage of GDP, divided into primary, primary to post-secondary non-tertiary and tertiary levels. Private spending on education includes all direct expenditure on educational institutions, net of public subsidies, also excluding expenditure outside educational institutions such as textbooks purchased by families, private tutoring for students and student living costs. Private spending includes expenditure on schools, universities and other public and private institutions delivering or supporting educational services.

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Keywords:  spending, private expenditure, private, education
 
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