Marshall Islands Education Spending 1999-2022

General government expenditure on education (current, capital, and transfers) is expressed as a percentage of total general government expenditure on all sectors (including health, education, social services, etc.). It includes expenditure funded by transfers from international sources to government. General government usually refers to local, regional and central governments.
  • Marshall Islands education spending for 2020 was 16.17%, a 8.64% decline from 2019.
  • Marshall Islands education spending for 2019 was 24.81%, a 0% increase from 2018.
  • Marshall Islands education spending for 2018 was 24.81%, a 0.03% decline from 2017.
  • Marshall Islands education spending for 2017 was 24.84%, a 2.21% decline from 2016.
Data Source: World Bank

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Country Name Education Spending (% of GDP)
Turkmenistan 28.00%
Namibia 24.94%
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Belize 21.52%
Guatemala 21.14%
South Africa 19.53%
Dominican Republic 19.32%
Algeria 16.55%
Fiji 16.39%
Samoa 16.22%
Marshall Islands 16.17%
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Peru 15.93%
Tonga 15.53%
Malaysia 15.44%
Gabon 15.03%
Colombia 14.75%
St. Lucia 14.42%
Suriname 13.94%
Belarus 12.78%
Albania 12.07%
Thailand 12.06%
Ecuador 11.51%
Dominica 10.67%
China 10.53%
Maldives 10.51%
Azerbaijan 10.50%
Lebanon 9.90%
Paraguay 9.84%
Armenia 8.83%
Marshall Islands Education Spending - Historical Data
Year Education Spending (% of GDP) Annual Change
2020 16.17% -8.64%
2019 24.81% 0.00%
2018 24.81% -0.03%
2017 24.84% -2.21%
2016 27.05% -4.80%
2015 31.85% 0.66%
2014 31.19% 1.94%
2013 29.25% 0.06%
2012 29.19% -7.00%
2011 36.19% -1.51%
2010 37.70% -0.84%
2009 38.54% 9.19%
2008 29.35% 6.84%
2003 22.51% 7.69%
2002 14.81% -13.73%
1999 28.54% -13.73%