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States ranked by percentage of public education revenues received from state sources: 2008–09

States ranked by percentage of public education revenues received from state sources: 2008–09

SOURCE:   U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Common Core of Data (CCD), "National Public Education Financial Survey (NPEFS)," fiscal year 2009, Version 1a.

Use this site to get finance information on public elementary/secondary education. For summary figures and tables, see the Finance Graphs or for specific public school district finance data, comparisons with other school districts, and school district fiscal and nonfiscal data over time, visit the Data Tools page.

Free single copies of education finance data publications, may be obtained from the Department of Education's, ED Pubs. Ed Pubs can also be reached at 877-433-7827, or edpubs@edpubs.ed.gov. Provide the NCES Title and Publication # for quicker service. Search the NCES Electronic Catalog for all NCES publications.

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February 2011:

ElSi - Elementary / Secondary Information System

View public and private school data and create custom tables using ELSi—a quick and easy tool for obtaining basic statistical data using the most common variables and tables from CCD and PSS.


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August 18, 2010:

Revenues and Expenditures by Public School Districts: School Year 2007-08 (Fiscal Year 2008)

May 19, 2010:

Revenues and Expenditures for Public Elementary and Secondary Education: School Year 2007-08 (Fiscal Year 2008)

September 8, 2009:

Revenues and Expenditures by Public School Districts: School Year 2006-07 (Fiscal Year 2007)

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