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Appendix C: Reference Tables

Table C–1.    Median current expenditures per pupil, difference, and percentage difference for the 22 states that reported data for both public elementary and secondary regular noncharter school districts and independent charter school districts, by state: Fiscal year 2011
 
State
     Total for independent
     charter school  districts
 
     Total for regular
     noncharter school districts
 
     Difference
     Percentage difference
Arizona
$7,455
$7,968
-$513
-6.4
Arkansas
7,553
8,847
-1,295
-14.6
Colorado
6,970
9,735
-2,765
-28.4
Connecticut
11,909
15,056
-3,147
-20.9
Delaware
9,855
11,862
-2,006
-16.9
District of Columbia
16,937
18,475
-1,538
-8.3
Idaho
5,808
8,369
-2,561
-30.6
Indiana
7,674
8,642
-968
-11.2
Louisiana
10,333
10,541
-207
-2.0
Michigan
8,703
8,968
-265
-3.0
Minnesota
9,597
9,689
-92
-0.9
Missouri
10,474
8,716
1,758
20.2
New Jersey
14,580
15,541
-961
-6.2
North Carolina
7,663
8,684
-1,021
-11.8
Ohio
9,494
9,590
-96
-1.0
Oklahoma
6,136
8,069
-1,933
-24.0
Oregon
13,411
10,762
2,649
24.6
Pennsylvania
11,840
11,477
362
3.2
Rhode Island
13,989
14,144
-154
-1.1
South Carolina
4,724
8,994
-4,270
-47.5
Texas
8,511
9,421
-910
-9.7
Utah
5,496
6,878
-1,382
-20.1
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Common Core of Data (CCD), "School District Finance Survey (F-33)," fiscal year 2011, Provisional Version 1a.


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