The US is the world’s biggest education market, but the US has an education system that is failing to meet the needs of the world, says a new report from the International Council for Education.
The report, which is based on data from more than 20 countries, reveals that the US spends more on education per pupil than any other country in the world.
According to the report, the US spent $7,966 per student in 2014, the most recent year for which data is available.
However, that was less than the $7.4 billion that other OECD countries spent on education.
The US spends a whopping $4,542 per pupil on education, compared to $5,926 for all of the other countries in the OECD.
The report also shows that the OECD average is about $6,500 per pupil, which would be almost a quarter of the $15,000 per pupil the US averages per student.
The top 10 countries spend an average of $13,865 per pupil per student, while the top 10 spend $6.4 million per pupil.
According to this data, the top ten countries spend about a quarter more on their education system than the United States.
In fact, the United Kingdom spends less than half of the US.