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Digest of Education Statistics: 2006
Digest of Education Statistics: 2006

NCES 2007-017
July 2007


Table 28. Direct general expenditures of state and local governments for all functions and for education, by level of education and state: 2003–04

[In millions]
State Total direct
general expenditures1 
Education expenditures
Total Elementary and secondary education Colleges and universities Other education2 
Total Current expenditure Capital outlay Total Current expenditure Capital outlay
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
United States $1,903,194 (1,522.6) $655,361 (131.1) $452,055 (135.6) $399,078 $52,977 $173,086 (17.3) $151,964 $21,121 $30,220
Alabama 27,089 (86.7) 9,437 (37.7) 5,416 (37.9) 4,890 526 3,375 (#) 2,835 540 646
Alaska 8,496 (16.1) 2,299 (22.8) 1,620 (22.7) 1,369 250 581 (#) 463 118 98
Arizona 30,075 (39.1) 10,074 (#) 6,530 (0.7) 5,700 830 3,128 (#) 2,713 415 416
Arkansas 14,577 (115.2) 5,429 (#) 3,418 (#) 3,055 363 1,664 (#) 1,447 216 347
California 260,960 (1,043.8) 84,395 (8.4) 58,948 (11.8) 49,693 9,255 22,054 (#) 19,061 2,992 3,393
                           
Colorado 28,424 (145.0) 9,702 (#) 6,541 (#) 5,682 859 2,878 (#) 2,606 271 284
Connecticut 25,018 (35.0) 8,753 (21.9) 6,587 (21.7) 6,008 579 1,836 (#) 1,583 253 330
Delaware 6,191 (12.4) 2,191 (#) 1,349 (#) 1,190 158 695 (#) 643 52 147
District of Columbia 6,723 (#) 1,369 (#) 1,267 (#) 1,146 122 102 (#) 92 9 #
Florida 100,771 (423.2) 29,396 (#) 21,392 (#) 18,027 3,366 6,757 (#) 5,845 912 1,247
                           
Georgia 50,211 (120.5) 19,239 (#) 13,481 (#) 11,713 1,768 4,479 (#) 3,672 807 1,279
Hawaii 8,673 (0.9) 2,488 (#) 1,675 (#) 1,597 78 770 (#) 768 2 42
Idaho 7,540 (26.4) 2,636 (#) 1,705 (#) 1,522 183 826 (#) 685 141 105
Illinois 79,495 (270.3) 28,621 (#) 19,417 (#) 17,074 2,343 7,655 (#) 6,978 677 1,549
Indiana 35,540 (145.7) 13,616 (32.7) 8,912 (32.1) 7,937 975 3,992 (#) 3,622 370 712
                           
Iowa 18,396 (47.8) 7,020 (#) 4,226 (#) 3,693 533 2,467 (#) 2,197 271 326
Kansas 16,284 (87.9) 6,205 (0.6) 3,695 (0.7) 3,408 287 2,213 (#) 1,956 256 297
Kentucky 23,342 (39.7) 7,748 (#) 4,561 (#) 4,062 499 2,520 (#) 2,232 289 666
Louisiana 27,251 (60.0) 8,616 (#) 5,635 (#) 5,262 373 2,291 (#) 2,102 189 690
Maine 9,282 (37.1) 2,863 (33.8) 2,076 (33.8) 1,851 226 657 (#) 576 80 130
                           
Maryland 34,111 (58.0) 12,519 (#) 8,193 (#) 7,574 619 3,684 (#) 3,315 369 642
Massachusetts 48,446 (72.7) 14,654 (29.3) 10,341 (29.0) 9,784 557 2,707 (#) 2,416 291 1,606
Michigan 67,643 (162.3) 26,974 (#) 18,456 (#) 16,249 2,207 7,939 (#) 6,794 1,145 579
Minnesota 36,637 (249.1) 11,951 (#) 8,259 (#) 7,221 1,038 3,010 (#) 2,740 269 682
Mississippi 17,282 (103.7) 5,611 (#) 3,407 (#) 3,084 323 1,912 (#) 1,729 182 293
                           
Missouri 31,020 (161.3) 10,836 (#) 7,608 (#) 6,869 739 2,724 (#) 2,449 275 504
Montana 5,547 (12.8) 1,935 (#) 1,222 (#) 1,158 64 593 (#) 536 57 120
Nebraska 10,776 (107.8) 4,041 (#) 2,591 (#) 2,295 296 1,307 (#) 1,190 117 143
Nevada 13,619 (100.8) 4,157 (#) 3,059 (#) 2,484 575 995 (#) 845 150 103
New Hampshire 7,549 (12.8) 2,753 (#) 2,059 (#) 1,860 199 613 (#) 554 59 82
                           
New Jersey 61,224 (214.3) 24,712 (14.8) 19,685 (15.7) 17,711 1,974 4,389 (#) 3,766 623 637
New Mexico 12,616 (32.8) 4,657 (#) 2,838 (#) 2,394 444 1,572 (#) 1,449 124 246
New York 175,803 (632.9) 51,655 (10.3) 40,989 (4.1) 37,120 3,869 8,847 (8.8) 7,868 979 1,819
North Carolina 48,490 (116.4) 17,240 (25.9) 10,043 (25.1) 9,104 939 6,745 (6.1) 5,885 860 453
North Dakota 4,157 (11.2) 1,525 (#) 891 (#) 794 97 570 (#) 537 33 65
                           
Ohio 74,445 (230.8) 26,472 (#) 18,742 (#) 16,603 2,140 6,331 (#) 5,539 792 1,398
Oklahoma 18,148 (56.3) 6,921 (#) 4,316 (#) 3,996 320 2,283 (#) 2,079 204 321
Oregon 22,309 (73.6) 7,553 (#) 4,711 (#) 4,225 487 2,622 (#) 2,261 360 220
Pennsylvania 80,339 (241.0) 28,703 (#) 19,811 (#) 17,846 1,965 6,341 (#) 5,750 591 2,550
Rhode Island 7,643 (10.7) 2,441 (4.4) 1,805 (4.3) 1,766 39 494 (#) 461 33 142
                           
South Carolina 25,591 (40.9) 8,999 (#) 5,963 (#) 5,116 847 2,313 (#) 2,076 237 723
South Dakota 4,132 (6.2) 1,422 (#) 964 (#) 862 102 391 (#) 346 45 67
Tennessee 31,581 (173.7) 9,756 (65.4) 6,678 (65.4) 6,080 598 2,675 (#) 2,430 244 403
Texas 124,057 (235.7) 49,707 (5.0) 34,631 (6.9) 29,812 4,819 13,973 (#) 11,881 2,091 1,104
Utah 13,906 (34.8) 5,434 (#) 2,996 (#) 2,517 479 2,231 (#) 2,037 194 207
                           
Vermont 4,398 (8.4) 1,761 (#) 1,155 (#) 1,077 77 519 (#) 465 54 88
Virginia 42,955 (163.2) 16,107 (103.1) 11,192 (103.0) 9,942 1,250 4,311 (#) 3,700 611 604
Washington 42,579 (102.2) 14,228 (#) 8,921 (#) 7,435 1,486 4,384 (#) 3,766 618 924
West Virginia 10,604 (17.0) 3,738 (#) 2,408 (#) 2,227 182 1,029 (#) 903 126 301
Wisconsin 36,714 (135.8) 13,366 (#) 8,722 (0.9) 8,175 547 4,222 (#) 3,734 489 422
Wyoming 4,535 (17.2) 1,437 (#) 946 (#) 819 127 422 (#) 386 36 69
# 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.
2 Includes assistance and subsidies to individuals, 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. Retrieved on July 13, 2006, from http://www.census.gov/govs/www/estimate04.html. (This table was prepared July 2006.)