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Table 169. Total and current expenditures per pupil in fall enrollment in public elementary and secondary education, by function and state or jurisdiction: 2002–03 
State or jurisdiction Current expenditures, capital expenditures, and interest on school debt
Total1  Current expenditures Capital outlay2  Interest on school debt
Total Instruction Student services Food services Enterprise opera-tions3 
Total Student support4  Instruc-tional staff5  General admini-stration School admini-stration Operation and mainte-nance Student transpor-tation Other support services
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
United States $9,299 $8,044 $4,934 $2,782 $415 $385 $165 $452 $764 $325 $275 $310 $19 $1,016 $239
Alabama 7,031 6,300 3,812 2,058 301 257 172 387 551 270 121 430 0 588 144
Alaska 11,896 9,870 5,740 3,798 486 627 157 564 1,262 389 313 285 47 1,843 183
Arizona 7,475 6,283 3,765 2,222 328 159 103 313 693 215 410 296 0 908 283
Arkansas 7,275 6,482 3,961 2,196 289 334 210 365 601 230 166 325 0 638 155
California 8,740 7,552 4,591 2,678 339 493 68 515 720 181 362 272 11 1,100 88
                               
Colorado 8,846 7,384 4,230 2,900 324 358 106 502 684 220 706 228 26 1,098 365
Connecticut 12,653 11,057 7,052 3,612 612 382 229 609 996 519 264 297 97 1,348 248
Delaware 11,382 9,693 5,965 3,276 461 130 109 540 913 540 584 452 0 1,538 151
District of Columbia 14,419 11,847 6,216 5,331 1,087 1,202 320 473 1,320 626 303 300 0 2,573 0
Florida 7,773 6,439 3,786 2,338 327 395 73 388 687 269 200 315 0 1,149 185
                               
Georgia 9,041 7,774 4,925 2,459 352 417 104 477 570 292 247 383 7 1,145 122
Hawaii 8,745 8,100 4,833 2,839 882 480 51 524 579 138 186 428 0 349 296
Idaho 6,978 6,081 3,721 2,098 344 283 140 349 579 279 124 262 0 752 144
Illinois 9,851 8,287 4,952 3,068 512 333 292 442 832 402 254 268 0 1,309 255
Indiana 9,587 8,057 4,932 2,797 356 263 146 456 871 447 257 329 0 838 692
                               
Iowa 8,659 7,574 4,508 2,511 482 341 212 408 635 233 200 335 219 952 133
Kansas 8,268 7,454 4,413 2,697 420 339 265 449 741 295 187 345 0 531 283
Kentucky 7,012 6,661 4,066 2,233 269 329 192 382 561 323 177 362 0 202 148
Louisiana 7,638 6,922 4,203 2,291 293 321 164 374 635 355 148 428 0 563 153
Maine 10,288 9,344 6,269 2,774 315 294 213 500 886 402 163 300 0 728 216
                               
Maryland 10,051 9,153 5,693 3,042 356 531 82 599 788 451 234 270 149 793 106
Massachusetts 11,045 10,460 6,656 3,486 626 500 192 457 957 438 316 318 0 277 307
Michigan 10,593 8,781 5,002 3,509 599 436 198 588 920 361 408 269 0 1,437 375
Minnesota 9,907 8,109 5,201 2,536 272 442 211 309 615 440 246 339 32 1,376 422
Mississippi 6,356 5,792 3,466 1,966 252 261 192 325 579 249 109 359 1 427 137
                               
Missouri 8,600 7,495 4,570 2,602 368 336 230 443 731 355 138 324 0 847 258
Montana 8,100 7,496 4,606 2,583 359 289 236 414 757 327 201 296 11 525 79
Nebraska 9,371 8,074 5,151 2,360 338 269 284 415 682 214 158 316 247 1,106 191
Nevada 8,110 6,092 3,812 2,080 226 255 111 419 608 226 235 200 0 1,562 456
New Hampshire 9,802 8,579 5,569 2,746 567 260 293 482 705 375 63 264 0 1,035 188
                               
New Jersey 13,884 12,568 7,424 4,757 1,137 427 349 652 1,242 695 254 292 95 1,105 211
New Mexico 8,469 7,125 3,953 2,842 722 330 221 438 689 320 122 325 4 1,230 115
New York 13,316 11,961 8,213 3,459 385 325 252 495 1,029 588 384 290 0 1,100 255
North Carolina 7,529 6,562 4,173 2,023 336 230 127 416 513 237 164 366 0 756 210
North Dakota 7,721 6,870 4,102 2,230 275 210 332 342 610 315 146 327 211 767 85
                               
Ohio 10,096 8,632 4,956 3,390 514 544 243 525 803 384 378 285 1 1,274 190
Oklahoma 6,611 6,092 3,528 2,160 395 197 170 328 676 196 199 334 69 436 84
Oregon 8,921 7,491 4,438 2,798 500 292 110 482 618 329 468 253 2 1,093 336
Pennsylvania 10,445 8,997 5,557 3,088 436 335 271 398 920 444 283 315 36 1,039 410
Rhode Island 10,731 10,349 6,685 3,396 826 432 141 532 811 408 246 267 0 199 184
                               
South Carolina 8,577 7,040 4,199 2,464 476 452 89 414 628 219 186 351 25 1,262 276
South Dakota 7,656 6,547 3,836 2,361 363 332 231 338 635 213 249 332 17 942 167
Tennessee 6,962 6,118 3,933 1,885 216 333 124 325 582 213 92 300 0 691 153
Texas 8,598 7,136 4,307 2,469 347 404 116 392 757 193 259 360 0 1,118 343
Utah 5,969 4,838 3,103 1,461 180 229 54 295 446 151 106 258 16 950 181
                               
Vermont 11,075 10,454 6,713 3,458 742 380 268 719 809 330 209 275 8 466 154
Virginia 8,854 7,822 4,809 2,705 376 489 118 463 771 369 119 306 2 908 124
Washington 8,755 7,252 4,317 2,582 506 328 166 345 719 280 238 237 116 1,184 319
West Virginia 8,936 8,319 5,115 2,742 287 230 226 467 857 557 118 463 0 580 37
Wisconsin 10,347 9,004 5,566 3,149 410 468 244 466 802 350 409 289 0 775 568
Wyoming 10,313 8,985 5,381 3,317 526 447 203 511 935 382 314 286 1 1,252 76
Other jurisdictions                              
American Samoa 3,225 2,976 1,543 893 127 184 39 140 283 40 79 540 0 249 0
Guam
Northern Marianas 4,555 4,519 3,871 437 58 14 307 0 0 9 48 211 0 36 0
Puerto Rico 4,324 4,260 3,145 606 87 76 25 0 220 95 103 509 0 32 31
Virgin Islands 7,163 6,840 4,459 2,168 385 215 332 388 486 239 123 171 42 323 0
—Not available.
1 Excludes "Other current expenditures," such as community services, private school pro­grams, adult education, and other programs not allocable to expenditures per pupil in public schools.
2 Includes expenditures for property and for buildings and alterations completed by school district staff or contractors.
3 Includes expenditures for operations funded by sales of products or services (e.g., school bookstore or computer time).
4 Includes expenditures for health, attendance, and speech pathology services.
5 Includes expenditures for curriculum development, staff training, libraries, and media and computer centers.
NOTE: Excludes expenditures for state education agencies. "0" indicates none or less than $0.50. Some data have been revised from previously published figures. Detail may not sum to totals because of rounding.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Com­mon Core of Data (CCD), "National Public Education Financial Survey," 2002–03. (This table was prepared August 2006.)
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