In this article, we examined the policy makers’ attitude by the budget ‎statistical data of the education section and it's sub-plans during 1353-‎through 1388 to find the evidence of punctuated equilibrium and incremental ‎modals.‎
For this propose, we used Kolomogrov, Kurtosis and Skewness tests for ‎analyzing the fifteen plans of the education section in the annual ‎countrywide budget.‎
The results suggest that the model of core plans in education section is ‎punctuated, but the sub-and specialized plans can be defined as incremental ‎model. It seem that in addition to oil plans, cultural preferences and policy ‎makers beliefs, the relation of type of plan with the main mission is effective ‎in the fluctuations in the education section’s annual budgeting process.‎