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School Education in Australia – Data and Statistical Intelligence

 

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School Education in Australia — Data and Statistical Intelligence provides all the relevant statistics and insights on basic school education in Australia. The report discusses the distribution of schools, students and teaching staff across the country, in form of easy–to–understand charts. It further breaks down the statistics in terms of government and private schools.

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Australia has approximately 9,500 schools, imparting education to more than 3.5 million students. While 71% of the total schools in Australia are government schools, independent and catholic schools constitute remaining 29%. Approximately three–fourths of all the schools are located in New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland alone. Further two–thirds of all the schools are primary schools. However, as majority of the government schools are primary–only schools, majority of independent schools are both primary and secondary. Majority of the schools providing special education are also operated as independent schools.

65% of all the students go to government schools, and 99% take up full–time education. More than three-fourths of all the students study in New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland alone. Northern Territory has the highest enrollment in government schools, while South Australia has the highest enrollment in independent schools. Further Western Australia has the highest primary enrollment, while Tasmania has the highest secondary enrollment. Students in the age–group 0—14 constitute more than two–third of the total enrollment.

Of the total in–school staff in Australia, two–third comprises of teachers. Further, two–third of the total staff works in government schools. There are approximately 122 students for each teaching staff. The ratio is highest for Queensland, and lowest for Northern Territory.

  • Figure 1: Number of Schools in Australia — Government and Private
  • Figure 2: Number of Schools in Australia — Segregated on Basis of States
  • Figure 3: Government and Private Schools in Australia — Segregated on Basis of States
  • Figure 4: Number of Schools in Australia — Primary, Secondary, Combined and Special Schools
  • Figure 5: Government and Private Schools in Australia — Segregated on Basis of Primary, Secondary, Combined and Special Schools
  • Figure 6: Primary, Secondary, Combined and Special Schools in Australia — Segregated on Basis of Government and Private Schools
  • Figure 7: Primary, Secondary, Combined and Special Schools in Australia — Segregated on Basis of States
  • Figure 8: Number of Students in Australia — Government and Private Schools
  • Figure 9: Number of Students in Australia — Primary and Secondary Education
  • Figure 10: Number of Students in Australia — Males and Females
  • Figure 11: Number of Students in Australia — Full–time and Part–time
  • Figure 12: Students in Australia’s Schools — Segregated on Basis of States
  • Figure 13: Students in Government and Private Schools in Australia — Segregated on Basis of States
  • Figure 14: Students in Primary and Secondary Education in Australia — Segregated on Basis of States
  • Figure 15: Students in Australia’s Schools — Segregated by Grades
  • Figure 16: Students in Australia’s Schools — Segregated by Age
  • Figure 17: In–school Staff in Australia — Teaching and Support Staff
  • Figure 18: In–school Staff in Australia — Government and Private Schools
  • Figure 19: Student to Teaching Staff in Australia — Government and Private Schools
  • Figure 20: Student to Teaching Staff in Australia — Primary and Secondary Levels
  • Figure 21: Student to Teaching Staff in Australia — Segregated by States
  • Figure 22: Students as a % of Total Population in Australia — Segregated by States
  • Figure 23: Students per School in Australia — Segregated by States
  • Figure 24: Population per School in Australia — Segregated by States