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"Data is made up of raw numbers, typically with many variables...Statistics are the interpretation of raw data, often to show relationships among variables." This quote is taken from the webpage, What is the difference between data and statistics?, by Lenoir-Rhyne University Libraries.
We provide a reference collection of statistics and data publications on Level 5, in front of the Information Point: this collection contains journals and books covering a wide range of social science topics, including education, whereas the resources listed here on this webpage have been selected by me to provide you with some starting-points from which to identify education-related data and statistics.
Funded by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), this is the largest collection of economic, social and population data in the UK. Browse by theme, to access education data.
Coverage includes the British Crime Survey, British Household Panel Survey, General Household Survey, Labour Force Survey and the World Bank's data.
Further content includes the British Cohort Study, International Social Survey Programme, Millennium Cohort Study, National Statistics Time Series and statistics from the IMF and IEA (International Energy Agency).
To access some data, you need to log in/register with UK Data Service. Some datasets restrict access e.g. where commercial usage might be sought, permission could be required or sponsoring organisations may vet publications.
Statista is a Google-like search tool for market research and statistics, with facts and figures easily displayed in charts and graphs.
This is the link to its Overview of the Education & Science industry around the world: to look for a particular topic, use the Search Statistics box in the top right corner of Statista.