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Revenues and Expenditures for Public Elementary and Secondary Education
NCES 2009-337
March 2009


Table 7.  Current instruction and instruction-related expenditures for public elementary and secondary education, by object and state or jurisdiction: Fiscal year 2007
 
  Current instruction and instruction-related expenditures1 [in thousands of dollars]
State or jurisdiction Total   Salaries   Employee benefits   Purchased services   Tuition to out-of-state and private schools   Instructional supplies   Other  
United States2  $313,862,823 3  $210,650,225 3  $68,376,527 3  $14,068,214 3  $4,021,575 3  $15,219,529 3  $1,526,752 3 
                             
Alabama  3,960,248   2,555,323   947,994   132,536   2,292   304,731   17,372  
Alaska  1,022,198   607,019   281,354   66,254   189   57,727   9,655  
Arizona  4,936,967 3  3,642,641 3  765,178 3  202,448 3  5,264   184,383 3  137,052 3 
Arkansas  2,651,821 3  1,819,529 3  467,061 3  110,623 3  9,734   226,424 3  18,449 3 
California  38,276,679 3  25,436,939 3  7,779,904 3  2,162,298 3  721,724   2,169,798 3  6,015 3 
                             
Colorado  4,155,564   2,901,832   692,631   140,777   50,423   304,818   65,082  
Connecticut  5,190,598 3  3,365,801 3  1,191,393 3  181,654 3  296,937   145,170 3  9,642 3 
Delaware  881,451   566,810   251,413   15,048   6,262   34,495   7,423  
District of Columbia4  663,782 3  410,150 3  49,173 3  54,589 3  140,410   9,460 3  0 3 
Florida  15,180,148 3  9,682,319 3  2,810,902 3  1,823,719 3  700   735,819 3  126,689 3 
                             
Georgia  10,133,310 3  6,975,455 3  2,298,616 3  251,755 3  5,658   542,193 3  59,632 3 
Hawaii4  1,246,664   786,822   280,541   82,543   0   84,506   12,251  
Idaho  1,170,971 3  799,428 3  252,842 3  50,426 3  1,060   66,453 3  761 3 
Illinois  12,906,634 3  9,035,792 3  2,530,929 3  575,822 3  241,544   502,736 3  19,810 3 
Indiana  5,989,952 3  3,757,454 3  1,891,616 3  115,798 3  17   192,820 3  32,247 3 
                             
Iowa  2,742,371   1,949,435   585,911   70,140   20,653   112,577   3,655  
Kansas  2,830,175   2,063,737   483,079   97,312   2,072   165,700   18,276  
Kentucky  3,519,095   2,490,331   757,431   81,633   195   166,373   23,131  
Louisiana  3,819,786 3  2,586,471 3  887,914 3  86,009 3  755   247,441 3  11,194 3 
Maine  1,561,823 3  960,667   398,693 3  67,112   80,313   47,523   7,515  
                             
Maryland  6,808,734 3  4,520,436   1,588,445 3  206,161   240,505   240,573   12,614  
Massachusetts  8,617,436 3  5,522,371   2,398,948 3  49,857   435,507   192,489   18,264  
Michigan  10,495,173   6,466,805   3,013,979   633,148   113   354,116   27,011  
Minnesota  5,574,400 3  3,842,466 3  1,156,517 3  282,048 3  54,448   222,283 3  16,638 3 
Mississippi  2,347,146 3  1,621,518 3  480,909 3  81,339 3  4,284   147,533 3  11,563 3 
                             
Missouri  5,174,953   3,628,500   894,499   189,587 3  9,142   426,772   26,453 3 
Montana  849,987   555,208   157,451   59,031   265   73,191   4,841  
Nebraska  1,889,049   1,296,544   421,307   77,762   12,818   65,116   15,501  
Nevada  2,105,054   1,335,972   456,685   61,049   930   162,094   88,324  
New Hampshire  1,517,393   958,396   345,553   45,652   117,393   47,220   3,178  
                             
New Jersey  14,088,042 3  8,863,721   3,644,376 3  416,514   581,835   454,971   126,624  
New Mexico  1,734,677   1,200,588   344,766   64,044   0   124,798   481  
New York  31,392,067 3  20,590,335 3  8,150,999 3  1,367,210 3  260,392   1,018,900 3  4,231 3 
North Carolina  7,435,928   5,509,871   1,270,907   226,785   0   420,926   7,439  
North Dakota  513,113   364,558   102,067   17,351   1,768   24,599   2,770  
                             
Ohio  11,628,759   7,627,647   2,564,154   644,537   157,676   475,124   159,621  
Oklahoma  2,931,941   2,075,415   546,248   73,668   1,284   220,211   15,115  
Oregon  3,163,791   1,906,409   870,256   155,115   23,020   191,567   17,425  
Pennsylvania  13,262,302   8,529,225   3,049,189   862,179   238,906   558,021   24,782  
Rhode Island  1,323,688 3  857,933 3  341,472 3  25,474 3  70,019   26,925 3  1,866 3 
                             
South Carolina  3,885,166   2,713,940   755,706   161,437   740   223,487   29,855  
South Dakota  609,080   407,957   113,272   30,093   6,760   49,524   1,474  
Tennessee  4,838,021 3  3,371,277   925,626   131,438   264 3  386,188   23,229  
Texas  23,452,450 3  17,725,939 3  2,814,241 3  996,482 3  40,970   1,642,932 3  231,886 3 
Utah  2,020,640   1,316,848   545,964   46,376   436   106,131   4,884  
                             
Vermont  872,828   537,961   195,836   50,550   59,928   26,325   2,227  
Virginia  8,453,779   5,801,369   1,963,380   256,301   5,271   420,826   6,632  
Washington  5,595,506 3  3,868,764   1,158,851   282,920   9,182 3  236,049   39,740  
West Virginia  1,738,798 3  1,057,060 3  526,692 3  46,686 3  564   106,982 3  814 3 
Wisconsin  5,965,270   3,694,317   1,801,262   122,801   100,289   232,464   14,139  
Wyoming  737,415   486,918   172,392   36,122   664   40,041   1,278  
                             
Other jurisdictions                             
American Samoa  31,936   19,326   3,464   2,534   0   3,619   2,994  
Guam  134,937 3  101,067   27,266   2,107   0   4,014 3  482  
Commonwealth of the
  Northern Mariana Islands 
43,742 3  30,138 3  8,285 3  3,191 3  0   2,077 3  50 3 
Puerto Rico  2,275,134   1,831,293   279,250   67,832   0   43,868   52,891  
U.S. Virgin Islands  100,822   78,111   20,848   221   0   1,581   62  
1 Include salaries and benefits for teachers, teaching assistants, librarians and library aides, in-service teacher trainers, curriculum development, student assessment, technology, and supplies and purchased services related to these activities.
2 U.S. totals include the 50 states and the District of Columbia.
3 Value affected by redistribution of reported values to correct for missing data items, and/or to distribute state direct support expenditures.
4 Both the District of Columbia and Hawaii have only one school district each; therefore, neither is comparable to other states.
NOTE: 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 (NPEFS)," fiscal year 2007, Version 1a.


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