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Table 10.    Total current expenditures, capital outlay, and Title I revenues from ARRA funding and non-ARRA funding and percentage from ARRA funding, by state: Fiscal year 2010
 
State [in thousands of dollars]
Title I revenues   Current expenditures1   Capital outlay
Title I revenue Title I revenue from ARRA funding Percentage of Title I revenue from ARRA funding   Current expenditures Current expenditures from ARRA funding Percentage of current expenditures from ARRA funding   Capital outlay Capital outlay from ARRA funding Percentage of capital outlay from ARRA funding
United States $16,940,653 $3,989,647 23.6 $518,885,871 $25,342,493 4.9 $59,843,037 $1,170,327 2.0
                       
Alabama 341,896 107,626 31.5   6,650,691 358,674 5.4   729,720 8,432 1.2
Alaska 45,345 13,746 30.3   2,068,976 49,917 2.4   229,874 5,055 2.2
Arizona 365,702 97,209 26.6   8,397,543 547,389 6.5   731,985 29,369 4.0
Arkansas 190,392 55,771 29.3   4,381,290 134,331 3.1   600,440 130,094 21.7
California 2,269,389 447,483 19.7   57,578,551 3,030,606 5.3   7,150,486 28,225 0.4
                       
Colorado 201,854 46,566 23.1   7,359,211 111,634 1.5   1,017,836 10,641 1.0
Connecticut 166,234 43,836 26.4   8,181,358 368,546 4.5   833,445 10,241 1.2
Delaware 41,127 11,821 28.7   1,545,774 60,816 3.9   194,987 1,819 0.9
District of Columbia 50,388 22,995 45.6   1,222,775 99,847 8.2   354,972 1,269 0.4
Florida 892,532 207,264 23.2   22,966,861 1,440,264 6.3   2,944,085 127,773 4.3
                       
Georgia 625,666 150,568 24.1   15,644,682 969,698 6.2   1,814,143 9,710 0.5
Hawaii 79,000 5,864 7.4   2,118,013 57,894 2.7   72,917 0 0.0
Idaho 65,620 13,218 20.1   1,947,004 208,340 10.7   137,400 1,982 1.4
Illinois 782,585 161,308 20.6   24,407,154 1,261,112 5.2   1,944,265 70,916 3.6
Indiana 341,362 85,575 25.1   10,009,003 697,688 7.0   958,592 66,170 6.9
                       
Iowa 96,572 20,814 21.6   4,796,274 311,854 6.5   811,476 4,675 0.6
Kansas 127,033 29,068 22.9   4,579,525 294,101 6.4   1,182,167 4,619 0.4
Kentucky 304,168 80,043 26.3   6,083,718 362,715 6.0   747,498 38,978 5.2
Louisiana 387,258 94,091 24.3   7,317,517 272,732 3.7   793,347 7,205 0.9
Maine 78,935 27,659 35.0   2,319,908 74,847 3.2   157,510 13,096 8.3
                       
Maryland 254,248 55,737 21.9   11,653,554 281,101 2.4   1,107,922 20,134 1.8
Massachusetts 222,431 63,714 28.6   12,632,717 117,114 0.9   807,802 894 0.1
Michigan 849,959 159,163 18.7   17,172,478 798,456 4.6   1,253,798 11,907 0.9
Minnesota 177,872 43,770 24.6   8,888,007 646,731 7.3   1,013,585 8,886 0.9
Mississippi 191,252 58,760 30.7   3,991,730 229,589 5.8   421,984 36,957 8.8
                       
Missouri 200,817 72,455 36.1   8,844,286 669,030 7.6   935,000 11,197 1.2
Montana 63,967 18,223 28.5   1,487,386 63,857 4.3   110,195 2,767 2.5
Nebraska 70,266 9,703 13.8   3,165,946 145,155 4.6   371,348 16,034 4.3
Nevada 110,623 22,872 20.7   3,633,079 61,714 1.7   381,718 2,825 0.7
New Hampshire 44,281 11,983 27.1   2,441,144 10,936 0.4   131,261 862 0.7
                       
New Jersey 355,224 89,626 25.2   23,378,572 1,320,380 5.6   1,169,420 20,311 1.7
New Mexico 147,626 35,813 24.3   3,137,994 275,835 8.8   636,042 11,411 1.8
New York 1,125,183 323,913 28.8   50,352,593 2,314,628 4.6   6,127,991 16,455 0.3
North Carolina 150,881 116,699 77.3   12,419,215 624,101 5.0   1,247,006 6,908 0.6
North Dakota 49,259 8,214 16.7   1,044,144 108,505 10.4   142,873 1,038 0.7
                       
Ohio 736,592 128,313 17.4   19,438,659 668,065 3.4   2,468,539 48,392 2.0
Oklahoma 188,404 17,545 9.3   5,165,745 322,636 6.2   471,957 20,791 4.4
Oregon 199,194 54,043 27.1   5,391,641 266,390 4.9   573,818 3,396 0.6
Pennsylvania 763,089 170,005 22.3   22,883,702 985,082 4.3   2,258,262 62,986 2.8
Rhode Island 65,720 15,151 23.1   2,018,145 74,549 3.7   41,570 6,520 15.7
                       
South Carolina 275,545 48,337 17.5   6,572,568 60,818 0.9   1,204,621 3,307 0.3
South Dakota 59,373 17,176 28.9   1,094,506 61,581 5.6   146,273 4,577 3.1
Tennessee 326,726 76,986 23.6   7,834,214 404,584 5.2   627,390 43,080 6.9
Texas 1,753,780 404,879 23.1   42,380,642 2,489,116 5.9   8,055,742 158,390 2.0
Utah 78,160 19,768 25.3   3,505,042 156,613 4.5   869,779 7,833 0.9
                       
Vermont 44,598 12,550 28.1   1,400,183 116,862 8.3   66,056 8,556 13.0
Virginia 295,787 102,084 34.5   13,189,354 530,870 4.0   1,127,484 51,920 4.6
Washington 260,289 47,345 18.2   9,781,484 421,911 4.3   1,516,372 2,385 0.2
West Virginia 128,266 30,521 23.8   3,248,702 160,490 4.9   191,662 6,536 3.4
Wisconsin 262,784 29,335 11.2   9,829,044 236,725 2.4   617,744 0 0.0
Wyoming 35,399 2,439 6.9   1,333,567 6,064 0.5   340,678 2,803 0.8
1 Funds spent operating local public schools and local education agencies, including such expenses as salaries for school personnel, student transportation, school books and materials, and energy costs, but excluding capital outlay, interest on school debt, payments to private schools, and payments to public charter schools.
NOTE: All local education agencies reported in the School District Finance Survey (F-33) are included in this table.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Common Core of Data (CCD), "School District Finance Survey (F-33)," fiscal year 2010, Provisional Version 1a.


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