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Table 173. Revenues for public elementary and secondary schools, by source and state or jurisdiction: 2004–05
State or jurisdiction Total (in thousands) Federal State Local and intermediate Private1 
Amount
(in thousands)
Per student Percent
of total
Amount
(in thousands)
Percent
of total
Amount
(in thousands)
Percent
of total
Amount
(in thousands)
Percent
of total
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
United States $487,753,525 $44,809,532 $918 9.2 $228,553,579 46.9 $203,343,370 41.7 $11,047,044 2.3
Alabama 5,861,380 701,287 960 12.0 3,253,486 55.5 1,619,362 27.6 287,246 4.9
Alaska 1,679,646 303,626 2,283 18.1 957,820 57.0 379,757 22.6 38,442 2.3
Arizona 8,152,664 952,009 912 11.7 3,898,118 47.8 3,094,253 38.0 208,285 2.6
Arkansas 4,034,796 449,442 970 11.1 2,349,685 58.2 1,086,930 26.9 148,739 3.7
California 59,481,350 6,657,894 1,034 11.2 35,234,574 59.2 17,007,135 28.6 581,747 1.0
                     
Colorado 6,911,807 481,395 628 7.0 2,954,905 42.8 3,192,500 46.2 283,008 4.1
Connecticut 8,015,309 425,653 737 5.3 3,062,150 38.2 4,404,119 54.9 123,387 1.5
Delaware 1,376,724 130,091 1,092 9.4 851,355 61.8 377,357 27.4 17,921 1.3
District of Columbia 1,285,489 159,467 2,079 12.4 1,116,821 86.9 9,201 0.7
Florida 22,633,476 2,379,726 902 10.5 9,533,209 42.1 9,943,670 43.9 776,872 3.4
                     
Georgia 14,726,455 1,412,133 909 9.6 6,466,311 43.9 6,384,779 43.4 463,232 3.1
Hawaii 2,274,165 236,974 1,294 10.4 1,986,614 87.4 23,455 1.0 27,122 1.2
Idaho 1,816,509 195,816 765 10.8 1,043,927 57.5 545,954 30.1 30,813 1.7
Illinois 21,281,907 1,839,581 877 8.6 6,758,417 31.8 12,236,951 57.5 446,958 2.1
Indiana 11,278,665 738,593 723 6.5 5,326,048 47.2 4,927,437 43.7 286,587 2.5
                     
Iowa 4,481,531 374,422 783 8.4 2,051,947 45.8 1,931,836 43.1 123,326 2.8
Kansas 4,468,190 454,091 968 10.2 2,431,195 54.4 1,471,766 32.9 111,138 2.5
Kentucky 5,379,257 658,612 976 12.2 3,049,129 56.7 1,562,117 29.0 109,399 2.0
Louisiana 6,057,201 841,364 1,162 13.9 2,878,017 47.5 2,277,234 37.6 60,587 1.0
Maine 2,308,518 227,117 1,142 9.8 946,282 41.0 1,093,729 47.4 41,390 1.8
                     
Maryland 9,886,032 660,276 763 6.7 3,729,271 37.7 5,214,729 52.7 281,756 2.9
Massachusetts 12,735,802 768,309 788 6.0 5,442,172 42.7 6,353,090 49.9 172,232 1.4
Michigan 18,365,247 1,545,106 882 8.4 11,043,486 60.1 5,441,696 29.6 334,959 1.8
Minnesota 8,687,246 567,845 677 6.5 6,050,153 69.6 1,785,980 20.6 283,268 3.3
Mississippi 3,642,050 577,162 1,165 15.8 1,965,158 54.0 994,460 27.3 105,270 2.9
                     
Missouri 8,373,954 745,815 824 8.9 2,859,179 34.1 4,447,068 53.1 321,891 3.8
Montana 1,293,161 194,794 1,328 15.1 584,289 45.2 462,144 35.7 51,933 4.0
Nebraska 2,800,202 289,540 1,013 10.3 877,246 31.3 1,495,402 53.4 138,013 4.9
Nevada 3,393,152 256,921 642 7.6 920,244 27.1 2,102,903 62.0 113,086 3.3
New Hampshire 2,242,384 126,743 613 5.7 879,428 39.2 1,188,299 53.0 47,915 2.1
                     
New Jersey 21,738,449 956,048 686 4.4 9,450,496 43.5 10,859,897 50.0 472,008 2.2
New Mexico 3,049,760 502,763 1,542 16.5 2,133,707 70.0 361,283 11.8 52,006 1.7
New York 43,649,605 3,198,727 1,128 7.3 18,768,008 43.0 21,341,592 48.9 341,277 0.8
North Carolina 10,438,325 1,133,112 818 10.9 6,544,270 62.7 2,508,292 24.0 252,651 2.4
North Dakota 920,566 148,495 1,477 16.1 340,259 37.0 388,285 42.2 43,528 4.7
                     
Ohio 19,912,038 1,526,501 830 7.7 8,752,118 44.0 8,962,880 45.0 670,539 3.4
Oklahoma 4,621,537 634,278 1,008 13.7 2,466,399 53.4 1,302,954 28.2 217,906 4.7
Oregon 4,999,669 507,585 919 10.2 2,439,989 48.8 1,913,721 38.3 138,374 2.8
Pennsylvania 21,439,695 1,784,412 976 8.3 7,717,500 36.0 11,550,684 53.9 387,099 1.8
Rhode Island 1,878,044 149,862 958 8.0 725,609 38.6 977,939 52.1 24,634 1.3
                     
South Carolina 6,267,520 661,614 940 10.6 2,837,312 45.3 2,544,947 40.6 223,648 3.6
South Dakota 1,061,844 179,863 1,465 16.9 355,969 33.5 494,426 46.6 31,586 3.0
Tennessee 6,942,997 791,171 841 11.4 2,998,090 43.2 2,710,586 39.0 443,150 6.4
Texas 36,798,422 4,117,534 935 11.2 13,214,827 35.9 18,646,457 50.7 819,604 2.2
Utah 3,227,340 325,946 647 10.1 1,775,126 55.0 1,056,361 32.7 69,907 2.2
                     
Vermont 1,283,411 95,050 966 7.4 1,090,538 85.0 77,898 6.1 19,925 1.6
Virginia 11,990,159 826,809 686 6.9 4,871,156 40.6 6,044,600 50.4 247,593 2.1
Washington 9,266,940 875,999 859 9.5 5,629,205 60.7 2,464,831 26.6 296,904 3.2
West Virginia 2,779,795 329,154 1,175 11.8 1,684,324 60.6 738,290 26.6 28,028 1.0
Wisconsin 9,432,162 606,013 701 6.4 4,789,269 50.8 3,811,303 40.4 225,577 2.4
Wyoming 1,130,977 106,791 1,260 9.4 585,593 51.8 423,215 37.4 15,378 1.4
Other jurisdictions                    
American Samoa 86,909 68,421 4,243 78.7 16,589 19.1 1,807 2.1 93 0.1
Guam
Northern Marianas 63,700 25,691 2,215 40.3 37,210 58.4 773 1.2 25 #
Puerto Rico 3,017,121 891,609 1,549 29.6 2,125,381 70.4 8 # 122 #
U.S. Virgin Islands 191,280 38,738 2,358 20.3 0 0.0 152,402 79.7 140 0.1
— Not available.
† Not applicable.
# Rounds to zero.
1 Includes revenues from gifts, and tuition and fees from patrons.
NOTE: Excludes revenues for state education agencies. 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," 2004–05. (This table was prepared April 2008.)
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