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Table 2. Number of operating public elementary and secondary schools and districts, student membership, teachers, and pupil/teacher ratio, by state or jurisdiction:
School year 2022–23

               
               
               
State or jurisdiction Number of
operating schools1
Number of
operating districts1
  Student
Membership2
Teachers2   Pupil/Teacher
Ratio
United States3 99,409 19,204 49,514,913 3,224,967 15.4
               
Alabama 1,516 155   750,923 42,022   17.9
Alaska 498 54   130,723 7,160   18.3
Arizona 2,429 685   1,132,223 49,566   22.8
Arkansas 1,098 300   493,130 38,815   12.7
California 10,327 2,114   5,851,877 267,659   21.9
               
Colorado 1,932 272   870,871 53,553   16.3
Connecticut 1,013 209   513,513 44,007   11.7
Delaware 229 45   141,465 9,991   14.2
District of Columbia 244 71   91,001 8,052   11.3
Florida 4,230 80   2,870,527 156,787   18.3
               
Georgia 2,316 245   1,750,972 121,301   14.4
Hawaii 295 1   170,209 11,984   14.2
Idaho 795 186   317,555 18,121   17.5
Illinois 4,408 1,033   1,852,242 135,363   13.7
Indiana 1,921 442   1,036,108 65,597   15.8
               
Iowa 1,327 337   511,297 36,138   14.1
Kansas 1,355 338   487,978 37,885   12.9
Kentucky 1,542 176   660,029 43,023   15.3
Louisiana 1,337 194   718,145 41,110   17.5
Maine 597 277   173,853 15,192   11.4
               
Maryland 1,410 25   889,960 62,236   14.3
Massachusetts 1,837 423   923,349 76,978   12.0
Michigan 3,510 892   1,433,914 85,880   16.7
Minnesota 2,690 581   870,019 56,124   15.5
Mississippi 1,038 152   440,285 33,768   13.0
               
Missouri 2,473 565   892,246 69,838   12.8
Montana 826 480   150,733 11,036   13.7
Nebraska 1,092 278   329,234 23,911   13.8
Nevada 748 20   484,192 23,076 21.0
New Hampshire 502 212   168,909 14,731   11.5
               
New Jersey 2,562 698   1,383,830 117,661   11.8
New Mexico 890 152   315,023 21,572   14.6
New York4 4,812 1071   2,532,888 215,761   11.7
North Carolina 2,716 354   1,541,722 99,980   15.4
North Dakota 511 220   118,513 9,581   12.4
               
Ohio 3,632 1,056   1,680,639 102,323   16.4
Oklahoma 1,781 596   701,301 42,124   16.6
Oregon 1,286 222   552,380 30,906   17.9
Pennsylvania 2,936 787   1,693,347 127,037   13.3
Rhode Island 316 68   137,449 10,786   12.7
               
South Carolina 1,264 96   789,231 55,947   14.1
South Dakota 720 166   141,888 10,261   13.8
Tennessee 1,900 148   1,006,752 65,781   15.3
Texas 9,180 1,236   5,519,599 373,332   14.8
Utah 1,102 162   691,906 31,164   22.2
               
Vermont 305 186   83,654 7,934   10.5
Virginia 2,132 213   1,260,351 92,651   13.6
Washington 2,549 340   1,090,227 63,272   17.2
West Virginia 684 64   251,224 18,670   13.5
Wisconsin 2,235 468   823,040 60,011   13.7
Wyoming 361 59   92,467 7,312   12.6
               
Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA), Bureau of Indian Education, and other jurisdictions
               
DoDEA    
Bureau of Indian Education 174 174   36,692 2,948   12.4
American Samoa 29 1    
Guam 45 5    
Northern Marianas 35 1 9,370 533 17.6
Puerto Rico 858 1   250,668 24,096   10.4
U.S. Virgin Islands 21 2   10,166 888   11.4
— Not available.
1Operating schools/districts include all those providing services as of the start of the reported school year.
2The student membership and teacher counts are from the state education agency (SEA) data files referenced in the source note below. Data for teachers are expressed in full-time equivalents (FTE). Counts include prekindergarten through grade 13. Specifically, U.S. totals for SY 2022–23 include 1,424,647 Pre-kindergartners and 71,091 Pre-kindergarten teachers. Student membership excludes adult education students.
3U.S. totals include the 50 states and the District of Columbia.
4The member LEAs within the New York City supervisory union are reported as a single LEA. Refer to the EDFacts Directory (FS029) file specifications for additional information on the relationship between the CCD directory variables UNION and LEA_TYPE (https://www2.ed.gov/about/inits/ed/edfacts/file-specifications.html).
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Common Core of Data (CCD), "Public Elementary/Secondary School Universe Survey," 2022–23, Provisional Version 1a, "Local Education Agency Universe Survey," 2022–23, Provisional Version 1a, and "State Nonfiscal Survey of Public Elementary/Secondary Education," 2022–23, Provisional Version 1a.