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Table 29. Direct general expenditures of state and local governments for all functions and for education, by level of education and state: 2005-06
[In millions of current dollars]
State Total direct general expenditures1 Education expenditures
Total Elementary and secondary education Colleges and universities Other educa-tion2
Total Current expenditure Capital outlay Total Current expenditure Capital outlay
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
United States $2,121,946 (1,909.8) $727,967 (218.4) $500,528 (200.2) $441,271 $59,256 $191,758 (19.2) $168,961 $22,798 $35,681
Alabama 30,721 (245.8) 10,910 (#) 6,552 (4.6) 5,809 744 3,743 (#) 3,103 640 615
Alaska 9,359 (35.6) 2,456 (39.3) 1,797 (39.4) 1,540 257 579 (#) 524 55 80
Arizona 35,747 (210.9) 11,800 (#) 7,738 (#) 6,594 1,144 3,575 (#) 3,161 414 488
Arkansas 16,585 (97.9) 6,383 (#) 4,131 (#) 3,681 450 1,906 (#) 1,659 247 347
California 293,473 (1,379.3) 92,371 (9.2) 64,121 (12.8) 54,081 10,040 24,336 (#) 20,892 3,444 3,914
                         
Colorado 30,780 (215.5) 10,938 (#) 7,418 (#) 6,394 1,024 3,176 (#) 2,868 309 344
Connecticut 27,484 (52.2) 9,929 (19.9) 7,308 (19.7) 6,662 646 2,124 (#) 1,851 273 497
Delaware 7,459 (20.1) 2,646 (#) 1,616 (#) 1,388 228 862 (#) 733 129 167
District of Columbia 8,004 (#) 1,478 (#) 1,365 (#) 1,260 105 112 (#) 111 2 #
Florida 122,624 (539.5) 35,345 (#) 26,022 (#) 21,151 4,871 7,447 (#) 6,585 862 1,876
                         
Georgia 54,210 (173.5) 21,292 (#) 15,405 (#) 13,474 1,931 4,531 (#) 4,026 505 1,356
Hawaii 9,846 (0.0) 2,913 (#) 1,937 (#) 1,776 161 936 (#) 852 84 40
Idaho 8,426 (33.7) 2,875 (#) 1,857 (#) 1,667 190 890 (#) 792 98 128
Illinois 84,195 (328.4) 29,445 (#) 20,689 (#) 18,669 2,020 7,420 (#) 6,928 491 1,337
Indiana 39,894 (283.2) 14,882 (89.3) 9,774 (89.9) 8,656 1,118 4,324 (#) 3,995 329 784
                         
Iowa 20,605 (76.2) 7,779 (#) 4,662 (#) 4,069 593 2,765 (#) 2,460 304 353
Kansas 18,044 (113.7) 6,737 (0.7) 4,117 (0.4) 3,759 358 2,418 (#) 2,175 242 202
Kentucky 25,319 (48.1) 8,701 (#) 5,183 (#) 4,497 686 2,749 (#) 2,512 238 768
Louisiana 30,475 (94.5) 9,131 (#) 5,963 (#) 5,508 455 2,454 (#) 2,232 223 713
Maine 9,966 (32.9) 2,999 (18.3) 2,130 (18.1) 2,018 112 715 (#) 624 91 154
                         
Maryland 39,382 (94.5) 14,392 (#) 9,723 (#) 8,700 1,023 4,051 (#) 3,684 367 619
Massachusetts 52,418 (104.8) 17,029 (51.1) 11,608 (51.1) 10,709 899 3,545 (#) 3,092 453 1,876
Michigan 66,534 (319.4) 26,336 (#) 17,233 (#) 15,501 1,732 8,298 (#) 7,135 1,163 805
Minnesota 38,762 (217.1) 13,055 (#) 8,899 (#) 7,835 1,063 3,402 (#) 3,157 245 754
Mississippi 19,250 (115.5) 6,430 (#) 3,997 (#) 3,583 413 2,131 (#) 1,863 269 302
                         
Missouri 34,539 (252.1) 11,934 (#) 8,330 (#) 7,572 758 3,091 (#) 2,775 315 513
Montana 6,226 (19.3) 2,161 (#) 1,351 (0.0) 1,254 98 669 (#) 613 56 140
Nebraska 11,688 (87.7) 4,348 (#) 2,724 (#) 2,447 277 1,451 (#) 1,335 116 173
Nevada 16,099 (109.5) 5,129 (#) 3,809 (#) 3,049 760 1,172 (#) 1,008 164 149
New Hampshire 8,147 (28.5) 3,137 (#) 2,287 (#) 2,085 202 762 (#) 607 155 88
                         
New Jersey 71,180 (227.8) 27,787 (16.7) 21,917 (17.5) 19,842 2,074 4,907 (#) 4,249 658 964
New Mexico 14,866 (50.5) 5,216 (#) 3,056 (#) 2,671 386 1,872 (#) 1,649 223 288
New York 194,728 (662.1) 57,190 (11.4) 45,451 (#) 41,506 3,944 9,770 (12.7) 8,706 1,064 1,969
North Carolina 55,905 (184.5) 19,964 (31.9) 11,502 (29.9) 10,443 1,059 7,866 (8.7) 6,772 1,093 597
North Dakota 4,515 (12.2) 1,665 (#) 949 (#) 856 93 662 (#) 617 45 55
                         
Ohio 82,045 (336.4) 28,758 (#) 19,876 (#) 17,698 2,177 7,123 (#) 6,184 939 1,759
Oklahoma 20,832 (70.8) 8,029 (#) 5,018 (#) 4,581 437 2,630 (#) 2,300 330 380
Oregon 25,324 (141.8) 8,338 (#) 5,147 (#) 4,827 319 2,946 (#) 2,535 411 245
Pennsylvania 89,373 (286.0) 31,435 (#) 21,692 (#) 19,682 2,010 6,642 (#) 5,956 686 3,101
Rhode Island 8,247 (24.7) 2,710 (16.3) 1,957 (16.4) 1,892 64 596 (#) 519 77 157
                         
South Carolina 29,057 (61.0) 10,565 (#) 6,939 (#) 5,810 1,129 2,805 (#) 2,442 363 821
South Dakota 4,665 (16.3) 1,539 (#) 1,011 (#) 929 82 434 (#) 380 54 94
Tennessee 34,386 (196.0) 10,900 (106.8) 7,393 (106.5) 6,690 703 2,847 (#) 2,635 212 660
Texas 138,254 (373.3) 56,039 (#) 38,567 (#) 32,395 6,171 15,635 (#) 13,805 1,829 1,838
Utah 15,611 (62.4) 5,937 (#) 3,291 (#) 2,786 505 2,385 (#) 2,212 173 262
                         
Vermont 4,913 (10.8) 2,029 (0.8) 1,245 (#) 1,185 59 665 (#) 525 140 119
Virginia 50,390 (317.5) 19,243 (136.6) 13,152 (135.5) 11,791 1,361 5,327 (#) 4,473 854 764
Washington 45,175 (171.7) 15,350 (#) 9,545 (#) 8,122 1,423 4,746 (#) 4,151 595 1,060
West Virginia 11,435 (21.7) 4,280 (#) 2,604 (#) 2,416 187 1,259 (#) 1,057 202 418
Wisconsin 39,413 (157.7) 14,337 (2.9) 9,337 (2.8) 8,790 546 4,516 (#) 4,018 497 485
Wyoming 5,369 (40.3) 1,693 (#) 1,137 (#) 968 168 492 (#) 424 69 64
#Rounds to zero.
1 Includes state and local government expenditures for education services, social services and income maintenance, transportation, public safety, environment and housing, governmental administration, interest on general debt, and other general expenditures.
2 Includes assistance and subsidies to individuals, private elementary and secondary schools, and colleges and universities, as well as miscellaneous education expenditures.
NOTE: Current expenditure data in this table differ from figures appearing in other tables because of slightly varying definitions used in the Governmental Finances and Common Core of Data surveys. Detail may not sum to totals because of rounding. Standard errors appear in parentheses. Standard errors that are not shown are available upon request.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Commerce, Census Bureau, Governmental Finances. Retrieved July 15, 2008, from http://www.census.gov/govs/www/estimate06.html. (This table was prepared August 2008.)
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