The pie charts illustrate the percentage of annual spending which were changed by a particular UK school in a 20 year period, beginning at 1981.
Overall, it can be clearly seen that the percentage of annual spending on teachers’ salaries always accounted for the largest proportion. Likewise, the expenses on four different categories remained also flactuated significantly.
It is evident that the percentage of spending on insurance stood at 2% in 1981, over the 20 year period, it increased sharply to 8% in total school spending. Moreover, this figure for the spending on furniture and equipment stood at 15% in 1981, then it fall sharply to 5% in 10 years later before increasing significantly to 23% in the last year of the period. The proportion of school annual spending for other workers’ salaries was nearly similarity in 1981 and 1991, 28% and 22%, relatively.
Besides that, the figure for spending on teachers’ salaries just fluctuated slightly during the period, 40% in 1981, 50% in 1991 and 45% in 2001. When being compare with this figure for resources a,g books, stood at 20% in 1991 after increased slightly from 15% in 1981, then costing 9% the total school spending in the last year.