The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) has just published its annual Education at a Glance report.

The survey includes statistics on enrolment and completion rates for primary, secondary and tertiary education from the 30 OECD member countries, including the numbers of students completing each level of education, the proportions of national wealth and of public and private investment spent on education.

It also summarizes trends in tertiary education, such as the numbers of women entering university, percentages of university graduates by subject, and numbers of male and female science graduates.

The findings for the U.K. are summarized in this BBC news report.