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The report seeks to answer four main questions about the impact of the crisis. These questions relate to education expenditure and budgets; human resources and their costs; the funding for education infrastructure and specific education support programmes and the latest developments in the support systems for students and their families. The fifth question addresses the main national priorities for the funding of education in 2013.
This report looks at the trends in education spending over the period 2000-2012 and examines the impact that the financial and economic crisis has had on education budgets across Europe over the last few years (2010-2012). The analysis covers the developments in education funding from pre-primary to tertiary level and provides an overview of the main trends in the adult learning sector in 31 European countries. The full report includes information on the economic context, public expenditure, national budget developments in education, funding of human resources, educational infrastructure, support systems and financial support for students.