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Table 6.  Current expenditures and percentage distribution of current expenditures for public elementary and secondary education, by function and state or jurisdiction: Fiscal year 2010
 
Current instruction expenditures1 [in thousands of dollars] Percentage distribution
State or jurisdiction Total   Instruction and instruction‑
related2
  Student support services3   Administration4   Operations5   Instruction and instruction‑
related2
Student support services3 Administration4 Operations5
United States6  $525,497,898 7 $347,092,838 7 $29,202,534 $56,185,770 $93,016,755 66.1 5.6 10.7 17.7
                             
Alabama  6,670,517 4,210,708 382,558 712,478 1,364,773 63.1 5.7 10.7 20.5
Alaska  2,084,019 1,285,635 177,944 233,772 386,668 61.7 8.5 11.2 18.6
Arizona  8,587,889 7 4,967,419 7 992,984 905,252 1,722,233 7 57.8 11.6 10.5 20.1
Arkansas  4,459,910 7 2,959,669 7 223,016 7 453,020 7 824,205 7 66.4 5.0 10.2 18.5
California  58,248,662 7 38,609,690 7 3,005,113 7 6,985,284 7 9,648,575 7 66.3 5.2 12.0 16.6
 
Colorado  7,429,302 4,693,967 362,441 1,164,253 1,208,641 63.2 4.9 15.7 16.3
Connecticut  8,853,337 7 5,888,481 7 539,157 7 883,853 7 1,541,846 7 66.5 6.1 10.0 17.4
Delaware  1,549,812 969,385 78,770 186,630 315,026 62.5 5.1 12.0 20.3
District of Columbia8  1,451,870 821,665 102,645 219,740 307,820 56.6 7.1 15.1 21.2
Florida  23,349,314 7 15,667,742 7 1,068,011 7 2,164,686 7 4,448,876 7 67.1 4.6 9.3 19.1
 
Georgia  15,730,409 7 10,653,546 7 764,719 7 1,671,453 7 2,640,691 7 67.7 4.9 10.6 16.8
Hawaii8  2,110,864 1,401,251 215,889 183,158 310,566 66.4 10.2 8.7 14.7
Idaho  1,961,857 7 1,278,912 7 112,049 7 200,490 7 370,406 7 65.2 5.7 10.2 18.9
Illinois  24,695,773 7 15,934,324 7 1,614,534 7 3,079,002 7 4,067,913 7 64.5 6.5 12.5 16.5
Indiana  9,921,243 7 6,223,253 7 464,829 7 1,129,316 7 2,103,845 7 62.7 4.7 11.4 21.2
 
Iowa  4,794,308 3,176,597 275,660 545,818 796,233 66.3 5.7 11.4 16.6
Kansas  4,731,676 3,092,576 274,052 536,384 828,664 65.4 5.8 11.3 17.5
Kentucky  6,091,814 3,938,982 270,367 616,969 1,265,497 64.7 4.4 10.1 20.8
Louisiana  7,393,452 7 4,744,887 7 356,776 7 802,843 7 1,488,946 7 64.2 4.8 10.9 20.1
Maine  2,356,312 7 1,553,024 7 151,467 7 243,609 7 408,212 65.9 6.4 10.3 17.3
 
Maryland  11,883,677 7 8,012,733 7 540,462 7 1,207,284 7 2,123,198 67.4 4.5 10.2 17.9
Massachusetts  14,067,276 7 9,893,422 7 995,204 7 1,059,758 2,118,893 70.3 7.1 7.5 15.1
Michigan  17,227,515 10,792,839 1,309,087 2,156,415 2,969,175 62.6 7.6 12.5 17.2
Minnesota  8,927,288 7 6,297,847 7 234,716 7 875,768 7 1,518,956 7 70.5 2.6 9.8 17.0
Mississippi  3,990,876 7 2,540,689 7 192,446 7 439,251 7 818,490 7 63.7 4.8 11.0 20.5
 
Missouri  8,923,448 7 5,785,255 7 416,186 984,461 1,737,546 64.8 4.7 11.0 19.5
Montana  1,498,252 960,152 88,330 158,050 291,721 64.1 5.9 10.5 19.5
Nebraska  3,247,970 2,228,950 123,135 319,891 575,995 68.6 3.8 9.8 17.7
Nevada  3,592,994 2,320,314 187,286 439,793 645,601 64.6 5.2 12.2 18.0
New Hampshire  2,576,956 1,751,365 183,457 249,944 392,190 68.0 7.1 9.7 15.2
 
New Jersey  24,261,392 15,348,323 2,320,206 2,174,602 4,418,261 63.3 9.6 9.0 18.2
New Mexico  3,217,328 1,951,885 341,902 359,671 563,870 60.7 10.6 11.2 17.5
New York  50,251,461 7 36,383,250 7 1,668,771 7 4,181,892 7 8,017,548 7 72.4 3.3 8.3 16.0
North Carolina  12,200,362 8,114,995 566,392 1,318,095 2,200,879 66.5 4.6 10.8 18.0
North Dakota  1,000,095 612,295 43,760 119,840 224,200 61.2 4.4 12.0 22.4
 
Ohio  19,801,670 12,630,827 1,231,856 2,571,068 3,367,920 63.8 6.2 13.0 17.0
Oklahoma  5,192,124 3,188,235 352,223 580,528 1,071,139 61.4 6.8 11.2 20.6
Oregon  5,401,667 3,375,987 388,122 760,889 876,669 62.5 7.2 14.1 16.2
Pennsylvania  22,733,518 14,759,628 1,169,785 2,499,102 4,305,003 64.9 5.1 11.0 18.9
Rhode Island  2,136,582 7 1,372,828 7 248,278 7 204,034 7 311,441 7 64.3 11.6 9.5 14.6
 
South Carolina  6,566,165 4,203,255 480,587 665,541 1,216,783 64.0 7.3 10.1 18.5
South Dakota  1,115,861 711,710 61,498 129,988 212,665 63.8 5.5 11.6 19.1
Tennessee  7,894,661 5,457,229 321,711 748,104 1,367,616 69.1 4.1 9.5 17.3
Texas  42,621,886 28,000,534 2,058,007 4,482,451 8,080,894 65.7 4.8 10.5 19.0
Utah  3,635,085 2,487,901 140,093 356,994 650,097 68.4 3.9 9.8 17.9
 
Vermont  1,463,792 978,300 112,672 167,330 205,489 66.8 7.7 11.4 14.0
Virginia  13,193,633 8,929,963 642,427 1,197,194 2,424,049 67.7 4.9 9.1 18.4
Washington  9,832,913 7 6,346,875 7 658,555 1,120,354 1,707,129 64.5 6.7 11.4 17.4
West Virginia  3,315,648 7 2,137,462 7 146,619 7 290,397 7 741,169 7 64.5 4.4 8.8 22.4
Wisconsin  9,918,809 6,570,438 468,750 1,299,314 1,580,307 66.2 4.7 13.1 15.9
Wyoming  1,334,655   875,637   77,033   149,758   232,227   65.6 5.8 11.2 17.4
Other jurisdictions 
American Samoa  70,305 7 38,814 1,919 8,405 7 21,167 55.2 2.7 12.0 30.1
Guam  235,784 7 137,256 7 26,356 20,012 52,160 58.2 11.2 8.5 22.1
Commonwealth of
   the Northern
   Mariana Islands 
62,210 7 33,315 7 6,131 10,268 7 12,496 7 53.6 9.9 16.5 20.1
Puerto Rico  3,464,044 7 1,914,536 7 224,460 458,647 7 866,402 7 55.3 6.5 13.2 25.0
U.S. Virgin Islands  218,734 7 126,158   16,227   38,210   38,139 7 57.7 7.4 17.5 17.4
1 Current expenditures include instruction, instruction-related support services, and other elementary/secondary current expenditures, but exclude expenditures on capital outlay, other programs, and interest on long-term debt.
2 Instruction and instruction-related expenditures include current expenditures for classroom instruction (including teachers and teaching assistants), libraries, in-service teacher training, curriculum development, student assessment, and instruction technology.
3 Student support services include attendance and social work, guidance, health, psychological services, speech pathology, audiology, and other student support services.
4 Administration expenditures include general administration, school administration, and other support services.
5 Operations expenditures include operations and maintenance, student transportation, food services, and enterprise operations.
6 U.S. totals include the 50 states and the District of Columbia.
7 Value affected by redistribution of reported values to correct for missing data items, and/or to distribute state direct support expenditures.
8 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 2010, provisional Version 1a.


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