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The three pie charts below show the changes in annual spending by a particular UK school in 1981, 1991 and

2001.

Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main feature, and make comparisons where relevant.

Total School Spending 1981


Other workers' Salaries 28% Insurance 2%

Total School Spending 1991


Other workers' Salaries 22% Insuran ce 3%

Teachers' Salaries 40%

Resources 20% Resources 15%

Teachers' Salaries 50%

Furniture and equipment 15%

Furniture and equipment 5%

Total School Spending 2001


Other workers' Salaries 15% Insurance 8%

Resources 9%

Teachers' Salaries 45% Furniture and equipment 23%

The pie charts show the changes of annual spending for different operating cost in 1981, 1991 and 2001.

In 1981, 40% of the operating cost involved in Teachers Salaries whereas 28% was spent in other workers Salaries, 15% in Furniture and equipment, 15% in Resources and 2% spent in Insurance. After 10 years later expenditure for Teachers salaries increased into 50% but other workers salaries spending went down into 22%, stepped up expenditure in Resources, significantly decreased spending in Furniture and slightly increased Insurance expense. Further 10 years later in 2001, Teachers salaries was drop off into 45% also other workers salaries was decreased into 15%, dramatically fallen Resources expenditures into 9%, however, expending in Furniture and equipment, and Insurance were went up into 23% and 8% respectively.

To sum up, total spending of that particular UK school in 2001 shows that the school reduced its spending on Resources and Salaries by increasing its expenditures on Furniture and equipment, and Insurance.