None of those mean anything without action. They are roughly on par until you give a situation.
Socrates said, "True wisdom is knowing you don't know" to which I would add accepting our ignorance is how we really come to learn and know anything. So the real order is acceptance, learning, knowledge, and wisdom. You can't learn or know or be wise without first accepting your own awareness. Likewise you can't know anything if you haven't learned anything and you can't be wise if you haven't learned anything and don't know anything.
Knowledge is acquired via experiences and learning. Wisdom comes with experience.
If Only I could have Wisdom...well
The wise prefer a continuous learning process , that becomes knowledge in the long run.
wisdom, to learn, learning to gain knowledge, knowledge to increase & improve wisdom .... & on, because you never stop learning, increasing your knowledge, all leading to becoming wiser! :-)
Wisdom, learning, knowledge. You do not require higher education to be wise. However, wisdom leads to the desire to learn with the end result being knowledge.
Learning, Knowledge and Wisdom