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Table 9.  Current instruction expenditures for public elementary and secondary education, by object and state or jurisdiction: Fiscal year 2009
 
Current instruction 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  $316,345,253 3  $213,460,836 3  $71,021,533 3  $12,717,008 3  $4,521,684 3  $13,330,592 3  $1,293,601 3 
                             
Alabama  3,897,501   2,538,697   995,729   103,225   2,220   245,035   12,595  
Alaska  1,123,574   605,310   394,576   58,449   189   55,816   9,234  
Arizona  5,205,607 3  3,901,008 3  842,989 3  227,016 3  40,985   164,888 3  28,721 3 
Arkansas  2,462,105 3  1,716,716 3  448,615 3  79,542 3  11,180   187,295 3  18,755 3 
California  35,942,432 3  24,365,952 3  7,573,923 3  1,580,419 3  795,996   1,622,480 3  3,662 3 
                             
Colorado  4,141,866   2,970,930   686,311   105,025   41,608   277,943   60,049  
Connecticut  5,441,636 3  3,444,804 3  1,330,077 3  176,677 3  357,872   124,644 3  7,562 3 
Delaware  925,411   595,657   262,135   12,515   6,510   38,954   9,640  
District of Columbia4  624,116 3  395,532   53,516 3  23,093   140,129   10,883 3  963 3 
Florida  14,104,997 3  8,945,024 3  2,693,246 3  1,860,387 3  1,027   499,287 3  106,025 3 
                             
Georgia  10,013,104 3  7,143,976 3  2,045,123 3  220,265 3  6,211   559,662 3  37,868 3 
Hawaii4  1,384,466   868,444   342,919   78,083   5,573   80,934   8,513  
Idaho  1,192,267 3  826,522 3  267,652 3  43,233 3  1,152   53,322 3  387 3 
Illinois  13,813,130 3  9,200,780 3  3,281,007 3  567,610 3  119,052   488,519 3  156,162 3 
Indiana  5,652,947 3  3,710,506   1,639,628 3  89,559   2,230   207,784   3,241  
                             
Iowa  2,897,898   2,085,292   624,587   68,150   23,680   92,264   3,925  
Kansas  2,902,869   2,131,867   539,367   81,429   2,640   129,984   17,581  
Kentucky  3,486,673   2,497,941   785,432   59,333   235   130,493   13,239  
Louisiana  4,218,540 3  2,886,091 3  955,367 3  99,390 3  3,884   264,081 3  9,727 3 
Maine  1,414,747 3  899,047   370,583 3  27,829   74,471   37,798   5,018  
                             
Maryland  7,147,477 3  4,715,495   1,773,297 3  195,810   272,921   181,503   8,452  
Massachusetts  9,072,483 3  5,471,801   2,666,870 3  55,222   641,755   221,577   15,257  
Michigan  9,843,731   6,092,786   2,813,156   636,710   108   281,953   19,018  
Minnesota  6,042,279 3  3,890,743 3  1,613,032 3  271,994 3  62,591   188,940 3  14,980 3 
Mississippi  2,327,535 3  1,628,918 3  494,848 3  55,192 3  5,671   133,566 3  9,340 3 
                             
Missouri  5,304,123 3  3,742,157   998,610   165,813 3  9,162   368,880   19,500 3 
Montana  862,843   571,819   162,073   56,989   785   67,157   4,020  
Nebraska  1,982,560   1,370,628   450,345   65,351   12,071   73,012   11,153  
Nevada  2,142,723   1,423,181   523,471   40,499   1,536   149,253   4,783  
New Hampshire  1,600,157   1,001,599   383,562   40,757   128,751   42,445   3,044  
                             
New Jersey  13,929,759   9,060,869   3,315,778   357,623   629,357   445,953   120,179  
New Mexico  1,837,760   1,262,435   392,632   70,535   0   111,597   562  
New York  33,644,194 3  21,827,433 3  9,072,740 3  1,693,593 3  297,344   748,286 3  4,798 3 
North Carolina  7,900,594   5,851,080   1,439,719   277,171   0   332,459   165  
North Dakota  541,896   386,587   113,367   15,378   952   22,990   2,622  
                             
Ohio  11,049,442   7,302,475   2,425,988   524,224   208,157   433,361   155,238  
Oklahoma  2,908,376   2,059,086   584,338   41,863   0   214,302   8,787  
Oregon  3,218,961   1,948,924   938,113   130,335   24,545   160,368   16,677  
Pennsylvania  13,201,013   8,725,192   2,993,434   679,050   251,452   524,087   27,798  
Rhode Island  1,280,778 3  825,840 3  339,836 3  10,398 3  80,151   23,305 3  1,249 3 
                             
South Carolina  3,826,821   2,719,581   786,959   129,052   893   164,399   25,938  
South Dakota  626,773   421,782   118,218   29,718   7,409   48,323   1,322  
Tennessee  4,874,867 3  3,368,417   963,177   86,883   438 3  439,768   16,185  
Texas  24,415,370 3  18,866,604 3  2,872,423 3  774,806 3  48,971   1,630,930 3  221,635 3 
Utah  2,352,270   1,500,840   613,409   56,716   558   173,676   7,070  
                             
Vermont  881,772   551,703   194,306   47,566   63,095   22,899   2,203  
Virginia  8,194,326   5,737,097   1,973,692   172,917   6,248   299,201   5,172  
Washington  5,981,819 3  4,050,112   1,339,697   316,146   15,135 3  221,773   38,956  
West Virginia  1,825,237 3  1,140,047 3  552,394 3  33,997 3  1,158   97,080 3  561 3 
Wisconsin  5,935,538   3,711,184   1,802,495   97,994   112,628   198,213   13,025  
Wyoming  745,889   504,324   176,771   25,481   996   37,273   1,042  
Other jurisdictions 
American Samoa  32,737   19,841   3,331   1,901   0   4,097   3,568  
Guam  135,903   97,490   28,715   1,491   0   8,046   160  
Commonwealth of
   the Northern
   Mariana Islands 
28,625 3  24,460 3  3,161 3  774 3  0   130 3  100 3 
Puerto Rico  1,738,493 3  1,335,281 3  205,139 3  27,028   0   64,423   106,622  
U.S. Virgin Islands  116,671   82,799   26,253   6,607   0   1,012   0  
1 Include expenditures for activities related to the interaction between teachers and students, including salaries and benefits for teachers and teacher aides, textbooks, supplies, and purchased services. These expenditures also include expenditures relating to extracurricular and cocurricular 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 2009, Version 1a.


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