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Table 9.  Current expenditures and current expenditures for instruction, amount from American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) funding, and percentage from ARRA funding, by state or jurisdiction: Fiscal year 2010
 
Current expenditures1
[in thousands of dollars]
Current expenditures1
[in thousands of dollars]
State or jurisdiction   Total From ARRA funding   Percent from ARRA funding   For instruction For instruction
from
ARRA funding
  Percent for
instruction
from ARRA funding
United States2  $525,497,898 $25,711,348 4.9 $321,929,831 $19,534,423 6.1
                     
Alabama  6,670,517 381,295 5.7 3,902,381 369,660 9.5
Alaska  2,084,019 49,964 2.4 1,155,587 23,470 2.0
Arizona  8,587,889 550,231 6.4 4,759,457 539,065 11.3
Arkansas  4,459,910 134,545 3.0 2,572,811 76,412 3.0
California  58,248,662 3,209,611 5.5 35,056,436 2,332,893 6.7
 
Colorado  7,429,302 111,859 1.5 4,269,477 69,641 1.6
Connecticut  8,853,337 368,176 4.2 5,618,936 368,176 6.6
Delaware  1,549,812 60,816 3.9 952,560 47,319 5.0
District of Columbia3  1,451,870 100,829 6.9 723,156 94,922 13.1
Florida  23,349,314 1,440,268 6.2 14,111,697 850,170 6.0
 
Georgia  15,730,409 969,700 6.2 9,838,312 870,615 8.8
Hawaii3  2,110,864 57,894 2.7 1,316,336 6,895 0.5
Idaho  1,961,857 209,238 10.7 1,199,775 173,285 14.4
Illinois  24,695,773 1,197,427 4.8 14,782,525 718,456 4.9
Indiana  9,921,243 767,015 7.7 5,834,548 557,680 9.6
 
Iowa  4,794,308 312,296 6.5 2,954,930 260,230 8.8
Kansas  4,731,676 306,673 6.5 2,880,088 249,909 8.7
Kentucky  6,091,814 362,310 5.9 3,614,078 302,522 8.4
Louisiana  7,393,452 272,760 3.7 4,328,354 194,718 4.5
Maine  2,356,312 80,770 3.4 1,428,312 53,297 3.7
 
Maryland  11,883,677 281,099 2.4 7,386,467 166,377 2.3
Massachusetts  14,067,276 146,942 1.0 9,243,556 89,063 1.0
Michigan  17,227,515 798,460 4.6 9,913,891 675,328 6.8
Minnesota  8,927,288 646,735 7.2 5,906,921 560,272 9.5
Mississippi  3,990,876 228,132 5.7 2,346,594 196,020 8.4
 
Missouri  8,923,448 668,769 7.5 5,378,592 668,769 12.4
Montana  1,498,252 63,902 4.3 901,788 51,531 5.7
Nebraska  3,247,970 146,296 4.5 2,128,741 146,290 6.9
Nevada  3,592,994 61,711 1.7 2,139,830 44,194 2.1
New Hampshire  2,576,956 171,062 6.6 1,671,301 168,637 10.1
 
New Jersey  24,261,392 1,320,658 5.4 14,541,885 786,294 5.4
New Mexico  3,217,328 267,587 8.3 1,847,604 147,775 8.0
New York  50,251,461 2,310,341 4.6 35,061,778 1,962,114 5.6
North Carolina  12,200,362 617,124 5.1 7,641,089 349,774 4.6
North Dakota  1,000,095 108,800 10.9 578,011 100,995 17.5
 
Ohio  19,801,670 679,231 3.4 11,321,779 426,348 3.8
Oklahoma  5,192,124 346,400 6.7 2,989,502 299,717 10.0
Oregon  5,401,667 266,389 4.9 3,157,351 214,722 6.8
Pennsylvania  22,733,518 936,163 4.1 13,889,978 670,862 4.8
Rhode Island  2,136,582 75,239 3.5 1,294,924 46,544 3.6
 
South Carolina  6,566,165 61,025 0.9 3,784,450 45,069 1.2
South Dakota  1,115,861 61,543 5.5 666,468 51,300 7.7
Tennessee  7,894,661 404,592 5.1 4,970,275 353,297 7.1
Texas  42,621,886 2,471,948 5.8 25,747,871 1,743,317 6.8
Utah  3,635,085 165,915 4.6 2,340,227 155,889 6.7
 
Vermont  1,463,792 111,897 7.6 912,181 78,789 8.6
Virginia  13,193,633 530,868 4.0 8,049,182 442,267 5.5
Washington  9,832,913 414,066 4.2 5,932,836 345,584 5.8
West Virginia  3,315,648 161,995 4.9 2,008,007 146,753 7.3
Wisconsin  9,918,809 236,722 2.4 6,088,281 236,722 3.9
Wyoming    1,334,655 6,064   0.5   788,716 4,474   0.6
Other jurisdictions 
American Samoa  70,305 7,010 10.0 32,396 31 0.1
Guam  235,784 850 0.4 132,678 601 0.5
Commonwealth of
   the Northern
   Mariana Islands 
62,210 0 0.0 30,164 11,806 39.1
Puerto Rico  3,464,044 0 0.0 1,746,579 527,821 30.2
U.S. Virgin Islands    218,734 27,320   12.5   119,422 22,088   18.5
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 U.S. totals include the 50 states and the District of Columbia.
3 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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