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Government expenditure on education as % of GDPGo toSearch glossaries

Source: UIS Data Centre | UNESCO Institute for Statistics

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Reference AreaTime PeriodSexAge groupUnits of measurementObservation Value
Poland1991Not applicableNot applicablePercent3.96754
Poland1992Not applicableNot applicablePercent4.26982
Poland1993Not applicableNot applicablePercent4.26455
Poland1995Not applicableNot applicablePercent4.41976
Poland1996Not applicableNot applicablePercent6.38143
Poland1998Not applicableNot applicablePercent4.98045
Poland1999Not applicableNot applicablePercent4.6411
Poland2000Not applicableNot applicablePercent4.99362
Poland2001Not applicableNot applicablePercent5.32975
Poland2002Not applicableNot applicablePercent5.39797
Poland2003Not applicableNot applicablePercent5.33218
Poland2004Not applicableNot applicablePercent5.38899
Poland2005Not applicableNot applicablePercent5.45666
Poland2006Not applicableNot applicablePercent5.22828
Poland2007Not applicableNot applicablePercent4.87177
Poland2008Not applicableNot applicablePercent5.07497
Poland2009Not applicableNot applicablePercent5.02705
Poland2010Not applicableNot applicablePercent5.06927
Poland2011Not applicableNot applicablePercent4.82094
Poland2012Not applicableNot applicablePercent4.8131

UIS Data Centre

Source:  UNESCO Institute for Statistics

The UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS) provides UNdata with a subset of the more than 1,000 indicators which may be found in the UIS Data Centre.

The UIS Data Centre contains indicators and raw data on education, literacy, science, culture and communication. The UIS collects these data from more than 200 countries and international organizations.

The UIS is the primary data source of education, literacy and science data for leading publications and databases, such as:

  • Education For All Global Monitoring Report
  • World Development Indicators
  • Human Development Report
  • State of the World’s Children and many others.

The Data Centre provides free access to:

  • The Institute’s databases and survey instruments
  • Country profiles
  • Tools to build your own statistical tables
  • Related documentation and metadata.
Last update in UNdata: 2016/10/24
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