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Government spending on education does not tend to compensate for these inequities; in fact, it often makes them worse.
D66 proposes to increase government spending on education and innovation, for instance increases in teachers' salaries.
Finally, the total rates collected by this method were often inadequate to meet the increasing cost of local government spending on education, etc.
Government spending on education has been falling and as many as half of school-age children do not attend classes.
Government spending on education, infrastructure or the military, is constrained by the emphasis on preserving the budget surplus.
The department does not argue with the report's numbers - in fact, it provided them - but notes that government spending on education will continue to rise.
In 2000, government spending on education declined, both in real terms and as a proportion of GDP.
Some 1,500 high-school students had been protesting against the reintroduction of mid-term examinations and had also called for increased government spending on education.
Further, Mr. Fox promises to share Federal resources equitably with states, to prompt regional development and to increase greatly government spending on education.
To thank for this, experts say, is three decades of steady Chinese economic growth, heavy government spending on education and a third, surprising, factor: the one-child policy."
Government spending on education and health was slashed, and the earnings from oil sales were diverted into lavish, costly and often superfluous construction projects.
The lack of government spending on education amounts to a costly failure to invest in the nation's human capital at a time when the country's competitiveness is eroding.
The party's stated program includes opposition to overbuilding on the Adriatic coast, prosecution of industrial pollution, and greater government spending on education and health care.
Japan excels in these comparisons even though Government spending on education accounts for a smaller proportion of its gross national product than in the United States.
In Germany and France, per capita government spending on education and training has far outpaced spending in the United States.
He promised to create more than a million new jobs a year, increase government spending on education and health care and make low-interest loans available to small and medium-sized businesses.
The children of elite families in the government, meanwhile, study abroad on state scholarships, which in recent years have consumed up to 36 percent of all government spending on education.
Canada has begun to swap some of what it is owed for government spending on education and other infrastructure projects, an approach that diplomats say should be adopted by the United States.
The sheer growth of central and local government spending on education in the 1960s caused the Department of Education and Science to investigate the possible adoption of programme budgeting.
Mr. Wen, making China's equivalent of the State of the Union address, also pledged more government spending on education and health care, particularly for poorer residents in rural areas.
LEAD: An article yesterday about the anniversary of the 1976 riots in Soweto, South Africa, carried an erroneous figure in some copies for Government spending on education.
But analysts say the new platform should result in significant increases in government spending on education and health care, which tend to be expensive and inaccessible to peasants, migrant workers and retirees, who make up the overwhelming majority of China's population.
WITH unemployment at record lows, Democrats had a hard time making the argument that more government spending on education, health care and transportation would yield a payoff in the form of a more productive work force and a more efficient economy.