UK school’s annual expenditure in 1981, 1991, and 2001 is depicted in given three pie charts. Overall, teachers’ salaries got/had the highest proportion of annual spending while insurance was the lowest ones in the five surveyed parameters.
In 1981, 40% of total school spending was used for teacher’ salaries and it increased to 50% of total amount in 1991. 10 years later, the proportion markedly dropped 5%, which was 45%. The second aspect was money spent on other workers between 1981 and 1991. There were decreases in this aspect from 28% to 22%, and eventually dropped to 15% in 2001.
The spending on furniture and equipment and resources such as books showed the similar amount in 1981, which accounted for 15% of the total amount. Within 2 decades, money spent on resources showed an increase in 1991, which made up 20% and decreased considerably in 2001 with just 9% while furniture was significantly decreased in 1991, which accounted for 5% and showed a more significant increase in 2001 which constituted 23%. However, only a small proportion of money was allocated for insurance in 1981, which was 2%, increased to 3% in 1991 and just 8% in 2001.