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Table 32. Direct general expenditures of state and local governments for all functions and for education, by level of education and state: 2001-02
[In millions]

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                      |                   |                                    Education expenditures
                      |             Total |____________________________________________________________________________________________
                      |            direct |               |   Elementary and secondary education|   Colleges and universities|   Other
State                 |           general |               |_____________________________________|____________________________|  educa-
                      |          expendi- |         Total |               |   Current | Capital |        |   Current |Capital| tion\3\
                      |          tures\1\ |               |         Total |expenditure|outlay\2\|  Total |expenditure|outlay |
______________________|___________________|_______________|_______________|___________|_________|________|___________|_______|_________
1                     |                 2 |             3 |             4 |         5 |       6 |      7 |         8 |     9 |      10
______________________|___________________|_______________|_______________|___________|_________|________|___________|_______|_________
   United States .....|$1,735,282(1,214.7)|$594,591(297.3)|$411,073(287.8)|   $357,922|  $53,151|$156,810|   $139,162|$17,648|  $26,707
                      |___________________|_______________|_______________|___________|_________|________|___________|_______|_________
Alabama ..............|    24,605   (96.0)|   8,320   (#) |   5,089   (#) |      4,560|      529|   2,720|      2,362|    358|      511
Alaska ...............|     8,443   (15.2)|   2,107   (#) |   1,499   (#) |      1,283|      216|     487|        428|     60|      121
Arizona ..............|    25,252  (310.6)|   8,796   (#) |   5,770   (#) |      4,803|      967|   2,703|      2,427|    276|      324
Arkansas .............|    13,068   (30.1)|   4,783   (#) |   2,951   (#) |      2,716|      235|   1,438|      1,272|    166|      394
California ...........|   235,627  (636.2)|  76,827   (#) |  53,203   (#) |     46,181|    7,021|  20,376|     19,152|  1,224|    3,248
                      |                   |               |               |           |         |        |           |       |
Colorado .............|    27,099  (257.4)|   9,011   (#) |   5,876   (#) |      5,102|      775|   2,856|      2,549|    307|      278
Connecticut ..........|    24,199   (65.3)|   7,852 (33.0)|   5,960 (32.2)|      5,440|      520|   1,555|      1,317|    238|      337
Delaware .............|     5,357   (11.8)|   1,937   (#) |   1,204   (#) |      1,050|      154|     629|        606|     23|      103
District of Columbia .|     6,180     (#) |   1,175   (#) |   1,095   (#) |      1,008|       87|      79|         79|   --- |     ---
Florida ..............|    87,082  (182.9)|  25,795   (#) |  18,617   (#) |     15,616|    3,001|   5,792|      5,096|    695|    1,387
                      |                   |               |               |           |         |        |           |       |
Georgia ..............|    44,951  (107.9)|  17,366   (#) |  12,322   (#) |     10,664|    1,658|   3,891|      3,379|    512|    1,152
Hawaii ...............|     8,289    (0.8)|   2,257   (#) |   1,442   (#) |      1,338|      105|     792|        707|     85|       23
Idaho ................|     6,804   (24.5)|   2,423   (#) |   1,631   (#) |      1,463|      168|     692|        609|     83|      100
Illinois .............|    73,819  (428.1)|  25,953   (#) |  17,940   (#) |     15,060|    2,880|   6,506|      5,639|    867|    1,506
Indiana ..............|    32,796  (121.3)|  12,193 (47.6)|   7,988 (48.7)|      7,026|      963|   3,614|      3,293|    321|      590
                      |                   |               |               |           |         |        |           |       |
Iowa .................|    17,186   (56.7)|   6,467   (#) |   3,804   (#) |      3,351|      453|   2,328|      2,065|    263|      336
Kansas ...............|    14,876   (50.6)|   5,501   (#) |   3,454   (#) |      3,222|      232|   1,770|      1,601|    169|      277
Kentucky .............|    21,592   (64.8)|   6,878    (1)|   3,896    (1)|      3,750|      146|   2,403|      2,045|    357|      579
Louisiana ............|    24,321  (211.6)|   7,994   (#) |   5,223   (#) |      4,780|      443|   2,092|      1,909|    184|      679
Maine ................|     8,641   (32.8)|   2,491 (18.4)|   1,803 (17.7)|      1,669|      134|     559|        498|     61|      129
                      |                   |               |               |           |         |        |           |       |
Maryland .............|    35,577  (316.6)|  12,142(157.8)|   7,995(155.9)|      7,018|      977|   3,531|      3,153|    379|      615
Massachusetts ........|    42,347  (182.1)|  13,443(129.1)|  10,261(130.3)|      9,073|    1,188|   2,517|      2,218|    299|      665
Michigan .............|    60,723  (206.5)|  23,745   (#) |  15,985   (#) |     13,645|    2,340|   7,296|      6,293|  1,003|      464
Minnesota ............|    34,933  (192.1)|  11,266   (#) |   7,770   (#) |      6,504|    1,266|   2,947|      2,610|    337|      550
Mississippi ..........|    15,384   (43.1)|   5,101   (#) |   2,953   (#) |      2,651|      301|   1,841|      1,591|    250|      307
                      |                   |               |               |           |         |        |           |       |
Missouri .............|    29,045  (104.6)|  10,556   (#) |   7,388   (#) |      6,559|      829|   2,645|      2,329|    316|      523
Montana ..............|     5,051    (9.1)|   1,792   (#) |   1,132   (#) |      1,062|       70|     506|        465|     41|      153
Nebraska .............|     9,745   (60.4)|   3,797   (#) |   2,479   (#) |      2,114|      365|   1,192|      1,102|     90|      126
Nevada ...............|    11,766   (43.5)|   3,679   (#) |   2,775   (#) |      2,170|      605|     810|        721|     90|       93
New Hampshire ........|     6,343   (12.1)|   2,439   (#) |   1,809   (#) |      1,622|      187|     561|        477|     84|       69
                      |                   |               |               |           |         |        |           |       |
New Jersey ...........|    54,387  (136.0)|  20,544 (98.6)|  16,009 (96.1)|     14,603|    1,407|   4,028|      3,484|    543|      507
New Mexico ...........|    11,436   (69.8)|   4,176   (#) |   2,507   (#) |      2,134|      373|   1,462|      1,347|    114|      207
New York .............|   161,130  (354.5)|  47,723  (9.5)|  38,284  (7.7)|     33,468|    4,816|   7,983|      6,857|  1,126|    1,457
North Carolina .......|    44,540  (142.5)|  15,262 (58.0)|   9,600 (56.6)|      8,476|    1,124|   5,148|      4,640|    508|      514
North Dakota .........|     3,886   (14.0)|   1,311   (#) |     749   (#) |        692|       56|     510|        477|     33|       52
                      |                   |               |               |           |         |        |           |       |
Ohio .................|    67,047  (228.0)|  23,623   (#) |  16,495   (#) |     14,383|    2,112|   5,834|      5,152|    682|    1,295
Oklahoma .............|    18,154   (58.1)|   6,904   (#) |   4,384   (#) |      4,043|      342|   2,228|      1,995|    233|      291
Oregon ...............|    22,990  (110.4)|   7,543   (#) |   4,807   (#) |      4,249|      558|   2,538|      2,151|    387|      198
Pennsylvania .........|    73,312  (241.9)|  24,296   (#) |  16,452   (#) |     14,102|    2,350|   5,770|      5,042|    728|    2,074
Rhode Island .........|     6,756   (31.8)|   2,180 (19.2)|   1,575 (19.1)|      1,531|       44|     480|        408|     72|      126
                      |                   |               |               |           |         |        |           |       |
South Carolina .......|    23,820  (100.0)|   8,380   (#) |   5,756   (#) |      4,792|      965|   2,130|      1,914|    216|      493
South Dakota .........|     3,885   (13.2)|   1,360   (#) |     941   (#) |        800|      141|     362|        321|     41|       57
Tennessee ............|    28,952  (170.8)|   9,468(141.1)|   6,152(134.7)|      5,447|      705|   2,958|      2,633|    325|      357
Texas ................|   111,604  (334.8)|  45,703   (#) |  32,072   (#) |     26,698|    5,374|  12,482|     10,816|  1,666|    1,149
Utah .................|    12,861   (28.3)|   5,196   (#) |   2,845   (#) |      2,419|      426|   2,131|      1,880|    252|      220
                      |                   |               |               |           |         |        |           |       |
Vermont ..............|     3,805    (6.8)|   1,460   (#) |     937   (#) |        873|       64|     429|        393|     36|       95
Virginia .............|    39,267  (129.6)|  15,149 (62.1)|  10,401 (61.4)|      9,251|    1,150|   4,154|      3,594|    560|      594
Washington ...........|    38,646  (177.8)|  12,866   (#) |   8,191   (#) |      7,001|    1,190|   3,982|      3,477|    505|      693
West Virginia ........|     9,848   (13.8)|   3,519   (#) |   2,279   (#) |      2,099|      180|   1,000|        884|    116|      239
Wisconsin ............|    34,003  (183.6)|  12,565   (#) |   8,465   (#) |      7,596|      869|   3,710|      3,375|    335|      390
Wyoming ..............|     3,853   (22.0)|   1,277   (#) |     857   (#) |        764|       93|     360|        330|     31|       60
______________________|___________________|_______________|_______________|___________|_________|________|___________|_______|_________

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#Rounds to zero.
\1\Includes state and local government expenditures for education services, social services and income maintenance, transportation, public safety, environment and housing, governmental administration, interest on general debt, and other general expenditures. Includes intergovernmental expenditure to the federal government.
\2\Includes outlays for "other education."
\3\Includes assistance and subsidies to individuals and private elementary and secondary schools, and colleges and universities, as well as miscellaneous education expenditures.

NOTE: Current expenditure data in this table differ from figures appearing in other tables because of slightly varying definitions used in the Governmental Finances and Common Core of Data surveys. Detail may not sum to totals because of rounding. Standard errors appear in parentheses.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Commerce, Census Bureau, Governmental Finances, unpublished data. (This table was was prepared March 2005.)