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Table 203. Revenues for public elementary and secondary schools, by source and state or jurisdiction: 2009-10
State or jurisdiction Total (in thousands) Federal State Local (including intermediate)
Amount (in
thousands)
Per pupil Percent
of total
Amount (in
thousands)
Percent
of total
Amount (in
thousands)1
Percent
of total
Property taxes Private2
Amount (in
thousands)
Percent
of total
Amount (in
thousands)
Percent
of total
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
United States $597,485,869 $75,997,858 $1,544 12.7 $259,809,768 43.5 $261,678,243 43.8 $210,913,105 35.3 $11,952,061 2.0
Alabama 7,239,691 1,168,016 1,560 16.1 3,800,153 52.5 2,271,522 31.4 1,066,022 14.7 315,061 4.4
Alaska 2,338,215 369,729 2,808 15.8 1,461,906 62.5 506,580 21.7 264,899 11.3 22,533 1.0
Arizona 10,069,959 1,893,298 1,757 18.8 3,896,117 38.7 4,280,545 42.5 3,236,621 32.1 228,238 2.3
Arkansas 5,160,401 819,459 1,705 15.9 2,686,231 52.1 1,654,711 32.1 1,404,473 27.2 141,642 2.7
California 64,130,242 8,855,246 1,414 13.8 34,743,249 54.2 20,531,747 32.0 16,379,989 25.5 476,595 0.7
                         
Colorado 8,852,609 730,363 877 8.3 3,860,026 43.6 4,262,220 48.1 3,453,889 39.0 320,211 3.6
Connecticut 9,895,487 854,645 1,515 8.6 3,463,790 35.0 5,577,052 56.4 5,410,541 54.7 119,437 1.2
Delaware 1,784,101 218,204 1,721 12.2 1,046,317 58.6 519,580 29.1 439,793 24.7 17,112 1.0
District of Columbia 1,720,917 156,202 2,250 9.1 1,564,715 90.9 600,285 34.9 11,538 0.7
Florida 26,056,857 4,200,101 1,594 16.1 8,216,579 31.5 13,640,177 52.3 11,545,456 44.3 1,045,943 4.0
                         
Georgia 17,835,791 2,645,785 1,587 14.8 6,764,686 37.9 8,425,320 47.2 6,028,115 33.8 459,224 2.6
Hawaii 2,564,855 382,399 2,122 14.9 2,093,299 81.6 89,157 3.5 0 0.0 25,276 1.0
Idaho 2,222,539 462,867 1,675 20.8 1,284,139 57.8 475,533 21.4 395,012 17.8 34,792 1.6
Illinois 28,263,059 3,508,917 1,668 12.4 8,021,217 28.4 16,732,925 59.2 14,652,216 51.8 494,360 1.7
Indiana 13,641,695 1,513,137 1,446 11.1 6,441,408 47.2 5,687,150 41.7 4,242,737 31.1 332,598 2.4
                         
Iowa 5,541,140 743,561 1,512 13.4 2,217,893 40.0 2,579,686 46.6 1,775,152 32.0 143,962 2.6
Kansas 5,487,071 641,619 1,352 11.7 2,893,517 52.7 1,951,936 35.6 1,532,464 27.9 117,068 2.1
Kentucky 6,873,286 1,139,931 1,676 16.6 3,582,406 52.1 2,150,950 31.3 1,529,687 22.3 114,275 1.7
Louisiana 8,215,973 1,572,272 2,276 19.1 3,533,026 43.0 3,110,675 37.9 1,302,572 15.9 68,158 0.8
Maine 2,639,779 315,277 1,666 11.9 1,079,330 40.9 1,245,173 47.2 1,176,557 44.6 40,480 1.5
                         
Maryland 13,352,511 1,039,305 1,225 7.8 5,544,364 41.5 6,768,842 50.7 3,223,729 24.1 288,940 2.2
Massachusetts 15,570,234 1,175,524 1,228 7.5 6,476,420 41.6 7,918,291 50.9 7,428,177 47.7 225,881 1.5
Michigan 19,401,180 2,575,799 1,562 13.3 10,516,655 54.2 6,308,726 32.5 5,476,855 28.2 300,224 1.5
Minnesota 10,639,251 1,326,127 1,584 12.5 6,309,625 59.3 3,003,499 28.2 1,918,305 18.0 320,535 3.0
Mississippi 4,443,683 945,971 1,921 21.3 2,109,083 47.5 1,388,629 31.2 1,101,206 24.8 113,622 2.6
                         
Missouri 10,157,112 1,515,939 1,651 14.9 2,971,265 29.3 5,669,907 55.8 4,444,319 43.8 349,604 3.4
Montana 1,616,262 259,304 1,829 16.0 753,976 46.6 602,983 37.3 376,485 23.3 60,254 3.7
Nebraska 3,693,930 469,503 1,657 12.7 1,220,466 33.0 2,003,961 54.3 1,762,545 47.7 151,369 4.1
Nevada 4,310,014 367,140 856 8.5 1,406,630 32.6 2,536,244 58.8 1,428,812 33.2 43,417 1.0
New Hampshire 2,810,018 351,279 1,782 12.5 902,020 32.1 1,556,719 55.4 1,482,599 52.8 48,388 1.7
                         
New Jersey 25,856,286 2,422,449 1,735 9.4 9,412,795 36.4 14,021,042 54.2 13,166,699 50.9 579,089 2.2
New Mexico 3,760,801 789,309 2,360 21.0 2,384,730 63.4 586,762 15.6 459,714 12.2 50,553 1.3
New York 57,146,375 5,122,664 1,852 9.0 23,438,008 41.0 28,585,703 50.0 25,333,662 44.3 350,624 0.6
North Carolina 13,056,767 1,991,491 1,343 15.3 7,602,930 58.2 3,462,346 26.5 2,734,835 20.9 260,556 2.0
North Dakota 1,256,048 277,989 2,924 22.1 552,862 44.0 425,197 33.9 318,596 25.4 49,289 3.9
                         
Ohio 22,729,890 2,452,032 1,390 10.8 10,017,540 44.1 10,260,318 45.1 8,374,127 36.8 684,267 3.0
Oklahoma 5,699,758 978,847 1,495 17.2 2,726,116 47.8 1,994,795 35.0 1,472,521 25.8 250,864 4.4
Oregon 6,211,294 820,955 1,409 13.2 2,945,986 47.4 2,444,352 39.4 1,958,001 31.5 150,287 2.4
Pennsylvania 26,408,846 2,887,079 1,617 10.9 9,456,502 35.8 14,065,265 53.3 11,258,861 42.6 393,956 1.5
Rhode Island 2,262,193 259,486 1,788 11.5 790,260 34.9 1,212,447 53.6 1,179,194 52.1 21,334 0.9
                         
South Carolina 7,837,314 1,092,174 1,510 13.9 3,431,142 43.8 3,313,999 42.3 2,559,866 32.7 242,710 3.1
South Dakota 1,300,147 253,761 2,051 19.5 404,402 31.1 641,985 49.4 535,294 41.2 36,414 2.8
Tennessee 8,528,047 1,158,247 1,191 13.6 3,842,346 45.1 3,527,454 41.4 1,718,271 20.1 420,647 4.9
Texas 50,045,607 7,787,692 1,606 15.6 19,714,162 39.4 22,543,753 45.0 20,441,180 40.8 951,295 1.9
Utah 4,464,562 560,352 995 12.6 2,283,683 51.2 1,620,527 36.3 1,215,476 27.2 187,945 4.2
                         
Vermont 1,638,396 174,139 1,904 10.6 1,337,034 81.6 127,223 7.8 2,742 0.2 24,793 1.5
Virginia 14,692,849 1,527,093 1,226 10.4 5,485,997 37.3 7,679,759 52.3 4,299,233 29.3 275,539 1.9
Washington 11,817,488 1,401,295 1,353 11.9 6,931,627 58.7 3,484,566 29.5 2,888,260 24.4 312,865 2.6
West Virginia 3,432,220 536,424 1,898 15.6 1,899,967 55.4 995,830 29.0 896,121 26.1 28,102 0.8
Wisconsin 11,104,749 1,163,103 1,343 10.5 4,975,033 44.8 4,966,614 44.7 4,562,148 41.1 232,262 2.1
Wyoming 1,708,365 124,360 1,419 7.3 880,853 51.6 703,152 41.2 458,790 26.9 17,935 1.0
                         
Other jurisdictions                        
American Samoa 75,691 64,364 85.0 11,051 14.6 277 0.4 0 0.0 84 0.1
Guam 252,926 50,166 19.8 0 0.0 202,760 80.2 0 0.0 865 0.3
Northern Marianas 72,628 41,148 3,754 56.7 31,220 43.0 260 0.4 0 0.0 0 0.0
Puerto Rico 4,345,726 1,617,604 3,279 37.2 2,725,019 62.7 3,103 0.1 0 0.0 3,100 0.1
U.S. Virgin Islands 266,086 89,574 5,782 33.7 0 0.0 176,513 66.3 0 0.0 142 0.1
—Not available.
†Not applicable.
1 Includes other categories of revenue not separately shown.
2 Includes revenues from gifts, and tuition and fees from patrons.
NOTE: Excludes revenues for state education agencies. 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," 2009-10. (This table was prepared January 2013.)
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