Government expenditure on secondary education as % of GDP (%) in Malta was reported at 1.954 % in 2015, according to the World Bank collection of development indicators, compiled from officially recognized sources. Malta - Government expenditure on secondary education as % of GDP - actual values, historical data, forecasts and projections were sourced from the World Bank on August of 2020.


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 malta government expenditure on secondary education as percent of gdp percent wb data


Total general (local, regional and central) government expenditure on secondary education (current, capital, and transfers), expressed as a percentage of GDP. It includes expenditure funded by transfers from international sources to government. Divide total government expenditure for a given level of education (ex. primary, secondary, or all levels combined) by the GDP, and multiply by 100. A higher percentage of GDP spent on education shows a higher government priority for education, but also a higher capacity of the government to raise revenues for public spending, in relation to the size of the country's economy. When interpreting this indicator however, one should keep in mind in some countries, the private sector and/or households may fund a higher proportion of total funding for education, thus making government expenditure appear lower than in other countries. Limitations: In some instances data on total public expenditure on education refers only to the Ministry of Education, excluding other ministries which may also spend a part of their budget on educational activities. For more information, consult the UNESCO Institute of Statistics website: http://www.uis.unesco.org/Education/


Malta | World Bank Development Indicators