There are significant differences in attainment levels across the world and the number of a country’s resources spent on investment in the sector when it comes to education.
According to the OECD’s latest report, Norway is one of the countries which spends the largest share of its GDP on education, at 6.6 percent, when also accounting for tertiary. At the other end of the scale of analyzed countries, Russia spends only 3.4 percent.
Here Are How Much Do Countries Spend On Education?
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