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Report of the Pan-Canadian Education Indicators Program 2003 Catalogue number About the Pan-Canadian Educational Indicators Program Highlights Figures and tables Full publication in PDF format Previous issues

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December 14, 2004

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Chapter B: Financing education systems
Chapter C: Elementary-secondary education
Chapter D: Postsecondary education
Chapter E: Transitions and outcomes

Chapter B: Financing education systems

Total expenditure in education

The following figures and tables in this section have been updated:

Table B1.8: Combined public and private expenditures on educational institutions as a percentage of GDP, all levels of education combined, G-7 countries and OECD mean, 2001

Figure B1.7: Combined public and private expenditures on educational institutions as a percentage of GDP, all levels of education combined, G-7 countries and OECD mean, 2001

Total expenditure in education (Excel workbook 204 KB)

Public and private expenditure on education

The following tables in this section have been updated:

Table B2.7: Average expenditure per household on education, and percentage of households incurring education expenditures, Canada and provinces, 2002

Table B2.8: Average undergraduate university tuition fees, Canada and provinces, 1993-1994 and 2003-2004

Table B2.10: University and university-college revenues by source, as a percentage of total revenue, Canada and provinces, 1992-1993 and 2002-2003

Figure B2.4: Household expenditures on education, 2002

Figure B2.5: Average undergraduate university tuition fees, Canada and provinces, 1993-1994 and 2003-2004

Public and private expenditure on education (Excel workbook 219 KB)

Allocation of resources

The following table in this section has been updated:

Table B3.3: Percentage distribution of expenditures, by public and private educational institutions, by resource category and level of education, G-7 countries, 2001

Table B3.4: Number and salary of full-time educators in universities, by rank and sex, Canada and provinces, 1991-1992 and 2001-2002

Allocation of resources (Excel workbook 344 KB)

Student debt

The following figures and tables in this section have been updated:

Table B4.1: Percentage of graduates who borrowed from government student loan programs, average debt at graduation, and percentage of debt repaid, 2 years after graduation, 1995 and 2000 graduates, Canada and provinces

Figure B4.1: Percentage of graduates who borrowed from government student loan programs, average debt at graduation, and percentage of debt repaid, 2 years after graduation, 1995 and 2000 graduates, Canada and provinces

Student debt (Excel workbook 728 KB)

Chapter C: Elementary-secondary education

Information and communications technologies (ICT) in schools

The following figures and tables in this section have been updated:

Table C5.1: Student-to-computer ratio (median), Canada and jurisdictions, school year 2003-2004

Table C5.2: Percentage of computers by processor speed, Canada and jurisdictions, school year 2003-2004

Table C5.3: Types of technology applications frequently incorporated into teaching practices, by type of school, Canada and jurisdictions, school year 2003-2004

Table C5.4: Percentage of schools having teachers with technical skills needed to use ICT, Canada and jurisdictions, school year 2003-2004

Table C5.5: Percentage of schools reporting ICT-related challenges, by type of challenge, Canada and jurisdictions, school year 2003-2004

Figure C5.1: Student-to-computer ratio by provinces/territories (median), school year 2003-2004

Figure C5.2: Student-to-computer ratio by school characteristic (median), school year 2003-2004

Figure C5.3: Technology applications frequently1 incorporated into teaching practices, all schools, school year 2003-2004

Figure C5.4: Percentage of schools with teachers possessing the required technical skills to use ICT for administrative purposes

Figure C5.5: Percentage of schools with teachers possessing the required technical skills to engage students in using ICT effectively, by province, school year 2003-2004

Figure C5.6: Challenges to ICT use, all schools, school year 2003-2004

Information and communications technologies (ICT) in schools (Excel workbook 835 KB)

Chapter D: Postsecondary education

Enrolment in postsecondary education

The following figure and table in this section have been updated:

Table D1.10: University enrolment, by registration status and sex, Canada and provinces, 1992-1993, 1998-1999 and 2001-2002

Table D1.11: Percentage of males relative to total full-time university enrolment, by registration status, Canada and provinces, 1992-1993 and 2001-2002

Figure D1.6: Percentage of males among full-time undergraduate enrolment, Canada and provinces, 1992-1993 and 2001-2002

Enrolment in postsecondary education (Excel workbook 116 KB)

Adult education and training

The following figures and tables in this section have been updated:

Table D2.1: Participation rate in formal job-related training for the adult work force, by sex, age, educational attainment and province, 1997 and 2002

Table D2.2: Mean annual number of hours of formal job-related training per participant, by sex, age, educational attainment and province, 1997 and 2002

Table D2.3: Participation rate in employer-supported formal job-related training for the adult work force, by sex, age, educational attainment, province, occupation group, industry and firm size, 1997 and 2002

Table D2.4: Participation rate in self-directed learning for the adult work force, by sex, age, educational attainment and province, 2002

Table D2.5: Proportion of participants and non-participants reporting unmet training needs or wants by age, sex and educational attainment, 2002

Table D2.6: Reasons for unmet training needs or wants, training participants and non-participants, 2002

Figure D2.1: Participation rate in formal job-related training for the adult work force, by province, 1997 and 2002

Figure D2.2: Mean annual number of hours of formal job-related training per participant and per worker, 1997 and 2002

Figure D2.3: Incidence and intensity of training by sex, Canada, 2002

Figure D2.4: Mean annual number of hours of formal job-related training per participant, by province, 1997 and 2002

Figure D2.5: Participation rate in employer-supported formal job-related training for the adult work force, by province, 1997 and 2002

Figure D2.6: Participation rate in employer-supported formal job-related training for the adult work force, by occupation group, 1997 and 2002

Figure D2.7: Reasons for having unmet training needs/wants, for participants and non-participants, 2002

Adult education and training (Excel workbook 821 KB)

Educational attainment of the population aged 25 to 64

The following figure and table in this section have been updated:

Table D6.4: Level of educational attainment in the population aged 25 to 64, OECD countries, 2002

Figure D6.4: Proportion of the population aged 25 to 64 with college or university qualifications, top ten OECD countries, 2002

Educational attainment of the population aged 25 to 64 (Excel workbook 26 KB)

Chapter E: Transitions and outcomes

Labour market outcomes

The following figures and tables in this section have been updated:

Table E2.1: Unemployment rates, by level of educational attainment and sex of 25- to 64-year-olds, G-7 countries, 2002

Table E2.4: Relative earnings of the 25- to 64-year-old population with income from employment, by level of educational attainment, selected countries

Figure E2.1: Unemployment rates by level of educational attainment and sex of 25- to 64-year-olds, selected OECD countries, 2002

Figure E2.4: Relative earnings by level of educational attainment for 25- to 64-year-olds (high school graduation =100)

Labour market outcomes (Excel workbook 730 KB)



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