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Table 106.40. Direct general expenditures of state and local governments for all functions and for education, by level of education and state: 2009-10 and 2010-11
[In millions of current dollars. Standard errors appear in parentheses]
State Direct general expenditures,1
2009-10
Direct general expenditures,1 2010-11
Total For education
Total
for education
Elementary and secondary education Colleges and universities Other educa-
tion2
Total For education Total for elementary and secondary Current expen-
diture
Capital outlay Total for colleges and universities Current expen-
diture
Capital outlay
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
United States . $2,538,214 (2,284.4) $858,259 (515.0) $2,583,101 (2,324.8) $861,131 (430.6) $564,862 (395.4) $511,873 $52,990 $252,270 (75.7) $220,459 $31,811 $43,998
Alabama 35,281 (370.5) 13,218 (9.3) 35,385 (378.6) 13,371 (49.5) 7,603 (49.4) 6,971 632 4,966 (#) 4,303 663 802
Alaska 12,734 (99.3) 3,214 (51.4) 12,790 (84.4) 3,377 (41.2) 2,460 (41.3) 2,237 223 805 (#) 662 142 112
Arizona 42,924 (176.0) 13,434 (#) 42,685 (153.7) 13,385 (#) 8,066 (#) 7,325 742 4,582 (#) 3,953 629 737
Arkansas 19,573 (56.8) 7,936 (#) 20,785 (64.4) 8,446 (#) 5,362 (#) 4,756 606 2,416 (#) 2,174 242 668
California 340,024 (986.1) 102,567 (153.9) 353,675 (1,202.5) 102,228 (61.3) 63,482 (57.1) 56,971 6,511 33,925 (#) 30,092 3,833 4,821
                                   
Colorado 40,127 (1,480.7) 13,181 (#) 41,286 (1,449.1) 13,204 (#) 8,185 (#) 7,358 828 4,525 (#) 3,838 687 494
Connecticut 31,906 (108.5) 11,267 (67.6) 33,367 (116.8) 11,789 (58.9) 8,536 (58.9) 8,057 479 2,634 (#) 2,250 384 620
Delaware 8,376 (8.4) 2,996 (#) 8,586 (7.7) 3,134 (#) 1,734 (#) 1,551 182 1,069 (#) 921 148 331
District of                                  
Columbia 10,781 (#) 2,380 (#) 10,385 (#) 2,342 (#) 2,175 (#) 1,860 314 168 (#) 148 19 0
Florida 137,197 (548.8) 38,314 (#) 137,974 (593.3) 38,691 (#) 26,304 (#) 24,087 2,217 9,562 (#) 8,424 1,138 2,825
                                   
Georgia 64,092 (230.7) 24,964 (#) 64,038 (172.9) 24,832 (#) 16,880 (#) 15,512 1,368 5,761 (#) 4,780 980 2,191
Hawaii 12,201 (#) 3,255 (#) 12,206 (#) 3,345 (#) 1,939 (#) 1,773 166 1,312 (#) 1,063 249 95
Idaho 10,315 (50.5) 3,299 (#) 10,488 (50.3) 3,131 (#) 1,899 (#) 1,815 84 1,082 (#) 968 114 151
Illinois 103,458 (372.4) 34,609 (#) 104,306 (563.3) 34,669 (#) 24,527 (#) 22,642 1,885 8,689 (#) 8,038 651 1,454
Indiana 45,096 (148.8) 16,552 (#) 45,838 (123.8) 16,270 (#) 9,738 (#) 8,895 843 5,523 (#) 4,904 618 1,010
                                   
Iowa 25,567 (107.4) 9,279 (#) 26,457 (103.2) 9,636 (#) 5,750 (#) 4,884 865 3,473 (#) 3,070 403 413
Kansas 22,843 (118.8) 8,545 (#) 22,967 (112.5) 8,366 (#) 5,258 (#) 4,406 852 2,845 (#) 2,551 294 263
Kentucky 31,828 (98.7) 11,247 (#) 32,329 (87.3) 11,466 (#) 6,755 (#) 6,021 733 3,775 (#) 3,340 435 937
Louisiana 42,937 (111.6) 12,049 (#) 42,827 (107.1) 12,119 (#) 8,174 (#) 7,380 794 3,138 (#) 2,871 267 807
Maine 11,112 (31.1) 3,421 (23.3) 11,354 (42.0) 3,459 (20.1) 2,443 (20.0) 2,287 156 795 (#) 727 68 220
                                   
Maryland 49,704 (64.6) 18,168 (#) 49,843 (54.8) 18,258 (#) 12,027 (#) 11,029 998 5,554 (#) 4,810 745 677
Massachusetts 59,440 (386.4) 18,047 (83.0) 61,545 (344.7) 18,761 (110.7) 13,020 (110.7) 12,107 913 4,667 (#) 3,817 850 1,075
Michigan 73,719 (287.5) 29,074 (#) 73,705 (243.2) 28,697 (#) 17,512 (#) 16,234 1,278 10,220 (#) 8,759 1,461 966
Minnesota 46,963 (164.4) 15,332 (#) 47,241 (174.8) 15,389 (#) 9,985 (#) 8,968 1,017 4,406 (#) 4,052 354 998
Mississippi 23,656 (82.8) 7,511 (#) 23,831 (71.5) 7,251 (#) 4,276 (#) 3,907 369 2,588 (#) 2,376 212 388
                                   
Missouri 41,869 (251.2) 14,182 (#) 41,479 (178.4) 13,747 (#) 9,426 (#) 8,576 850 3,617 (#) 3,297 320 704
Montana 8,052 (22.5) 2,588 (0.3) 8,112 (21.1) 2,596 (#) 1,621 (#) 1,518 104 797 (#) 744 54 178
Nebraska 14,554 (91.7) 5,725 (#) 14,524 (97.3) 5,701 (#) 3,580 (#) 3,230 351 1,859 (#) 1,672 188 261
Nevada 18,913 (5.7) 5,554 (#) 18,695 (5.6) 5,577 (#) 4,012 (#) 3,689 324 1,283 (#) 1,189 95 281
New Hampshire 9,916 (13.9) 3,576 (#) 10,238 (13.3) 3,773 (#) 2,768 (#) 2,562 206 843 (#) 785 58 162
                                   
New Jersey 82,723 (148.9) 31,767 (#) 81,559 (171.3) 30,551 (#) 23,430 (#) 22,225 1,205 5,702 (#) 5,026 676 1,419
New Mexico 19,482 (44.8) 6,533 (#) 19,440 (52.5) 6,778 (#) 4,059 (#) 3,498 561 2,393 (#) 2,027 366 327
New York 231,176 (416.1) 70,852 (63.8) 235,262 (399.9) 71,545 (71.5) 55,420 (#) 50,776 4,644 14,190 (68.1) 11,389 2,802 1,934
North Carolina 65,894 (158.1) 23,426 (82.0) 67,309 (148.1) 23,735 (83.1) 13,134 (74.9) 12,099 1,035 9,290 (32.5) 8,238 1,052 1,312
North Dakota 6,005 (24.6) 2,161 (1.9) 6,426 (23.8) 2,232 (0.7) 1,234 (0.7) 1,109 125 884 (#) 816 68 114
                                   
Ohio 91,113 (309.8) 32,813 (#) 94,278 (367.7) 33,310 (#) 22,089 (#) 19,585 2,504 8,590 (#) 7,487 1,103 2,631
Oklahoma 26,624 (82.5) 10,227 (#) 25,759 (77.3) 9,393 (#) 5,506 (#) 4,929 577 3,359 (#) 2,911 448 528
Oregon 31,153 (149.5) 10,426 (#) 31,798 (146.3) 10,514 (#) 6,019 (#) 5,557 462 4,146 (#) 3,431 716 348
Pennsylvania 105,765 (433.6) 35,137 (#) 108,685 (489.1) 35,400 (#) 24,682 (#) 22,496 2,186 8,860 (#) 7,937 923 1,858
Rhode Island 9,037 (16.3) 3,027 (#) 9,230 (7.4) 3,049 (#) 2,202 (#) 2,138 64 616 (#) 599 17 232
                                   
South Carolina 35,254 (119.9) 12,302 (#) 35,580 (121.0) 12,067 (#) 7,591 (#) 6,592 998 3,358 (#) 3,030 328 1,118
South Dakota 6,023 (24.1) 2,026 (#) 6,165 (23.4) 2,086 (#) 1,304 (#) 1,105 199 672 (#) 562 111 110
Tennessee 40,630 (280.3) 12,559 (211.0) 42,056 (286.0) 12,760 (192.7) 8,611 (192.9) 7,951 659 3,324 (#) 3,076 248 825
Texas 183,147 (476.2) 74,603 (#) 185,644 (389.9) 74,047 (#) 47,014 (#) 40,458 6,556 24,833 (#) 21,611 3,222 2,200
Utah 19,667 (86.5) 7,374 (#) 20,370 (89.6) 7,773 (#) 4,084 (#) 3,492 593 3,308 (#) 2,992 316 381
                                   
Vermont 5,907 (14.8) 2,347 (#) 6,174 (16.7) 2,378 (#) 1,471 (#) 1,408 64 735 (#) 689 46 172
Virginia 59,263 (385.2) 22,312 (352.5) 60,912 (365.5) 22,270 (331.8) 14,278 (332.7) 13,128 1,150 7,067 (#) 5,770 1,297 925
Washington 56,766 (278.2) 18,352 (#) 57,777 (254.2) 18,786 (#) 11,421 (#) 9,954 1,467 5,926 (#) 5,167 759 1,438
West Virginia 13,720 (54.9) 5,262 (#) 14,466 (53.5) 5,596 (#) 3,315 (#) 3,046 269 1,586 (#) 1,426 161 695
Wisconsin 46,071 (142.8) 16,804 (1.7) 47,714 (133.6) 17,350 (1.7) 10,862 (1.1) 10,315 547 5,869 (#) 5,098 771 619
Wyoming 7,634 (57.3) 2,467 (#) 7,557 (55.2) 2,496 (#) 1,641 (#) 1,406 234 685 (#) 601 84 170
#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 private colleges and universities, as well as miscellaneous education expenditures. Does not include expenditures for public libraries.
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. Some data have been revised from previously published figures. Detail may not sum to totals because of rounding.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Commerce, Census Bureau, Governmental Finances. Retrieved October 16, 2013, from http://www.census.gov/govs/local/. (This table was prepared October 2013.)

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