OECD puts the dunce's cap on Mexico
Mexico is trailing the rest of the OECD in spending on education.
The country spent less than $2,900 a year on each pupil in primary schools, according to the Panorama of Education for 2018. In more advanced countries $8,500 pupils is the norm.
But worse is to come. Mexico spends about $3.310 per student on high-school education by comparison with almost $10,000 in the more advanced nations.