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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: 2014-15 and 2015-16
[In millions of current dollars. Standard errors appear in parentheses]
State Direct general expenditures,
2014-15
Direct general expenditures, 2015-16
Total1 For education
Total
for education
Elementary and secondary education Colleges and universities Other educa-tion2
Total1 For education Total for elementary and secondary Current expenditure Capital outlay Total for colleges and universities Current expenditure Capital outlay
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
United States $2,839,458 (1,703.7) $935,754 (374.3) $2,944,651 (1,472.3) $972,906 (389.2) $632,746 (379.6) $574,425 (—) $58,321 (—) $287,813 (115.1) $253,628 (—) $34,186 (—) $52,346 (0)
Alabama 37,141 (85.4) 13,317 (9.3) 38,203 (84.0) 13,547 (9.5) 7,639 (9.9) 6,992 (—) 647 (—) 4,881 (#) 4,352 (—) 530 (—) 1,027 (0)
Alaska 14,820 (22.2) 3,660 (16.5) 13,665 (23.2) 3,541 (16.6) 2,365 (16.6) 2,103 (—) 262 (—) 1,093 (#) 731 (—) 361 (—) 83 (0)
Arizona 45,059 (76.6) 15,364 (#) 48,726 (87.7) 14,465 (#) 7,842 (#) 7,313 (—) 529 (—) 5,910 (#) 5,269 (—) 642 (—) 713 (0)
Arkansas 23,354 (35.0) 8,189 (#) 24,315 (43.8) 8,418 (#) 5,088 (#) 4,570 (—) 518 (—) 2,711 (#) 2,461 (—) 250 (—) 618 (0)
California 409,957 (819.9) 115,175 (126.7) 428,900 (900.7) 124,404 (136.8) 78,530 (133.5) 71,743 (—) 6,787 (—) 39,649 (#) 35,853 (—) 3,795 (—) 6,225 (0)
                                             
Colorado 44,709 (174.4) 15,180 (#) 46,981 (192.6) 16,075 (#) 9,410 (#) 8,530 (—) 880 (—) 5,921 (#) 4,992 (—) 928 (—) 743 (0)
Connecticut 37,240 (63.3) 13,052 (50.9) 38,425 (69.2) 13,563 (57.0) 9,441 (56.6) 8,806 (—) 635 (—) 3,367 (#) 2,774 (—) 594 (—) 755 (0)
Delaware 9,682 (#) 3,614 (#) 10,092 (#) 3,662 (#) 1,950 (#) 1,845 (—) 105 (—) 1,249 (#) 1,125 (—) 124 (—) 464 (0)
District of                                            
Columbia 12,388 (#) 2,724 (#) 12,771 (#) 2,766 (#) 2,607 (#) 2,292 (—) 315 (—) 159 (#) 141 (—) 18 (—) (0)
Florida 142,486 (270.7) 40,295 (#) 144,861 (304.2) 41,519 (#) 27,363 (2.7) 25,378 (—) 1,985 (—) 10,799 (#) 10,121 (—) 678 (—) 3,358 (0)
                                             
Georgia 67,103 (154.3) 25,665 (#) 68,697 (164.9) 26,726 (#) 18,917 (#) 17,082 (—) 1,835 (—) 5,721 (#) 5,004 (—) 717 (—) 2,088 (0)
Hawaii 13,579 (#) 3,233 (#) 13,627 (#) 3,386 (#) 2,118 (#) 1,876 (—) 242 (—) 1,110 (#) 987 (—) 123 (—) 158 (0)
Idaho 10,585 (16.9) 3,186 (#) 11,039 (26.5) 3,363 (#) 2,047 (#) 1,972 (—) 75 (—) 1,107 (#) 1,035 (—) 72 (—) 209 (0)
Illinois 113,904 (330.3) 37,950 (#) 111,434 (345.4) 37,733 (#) 26,537 (#) 24,522 (—) 2,016 (—) 9,495 (#) 8,864 (—) 631 (—) 1,701 (0)
Indiana 49,151 (127.8) 16,796 (#) 52,074 (135.4) 17,589 (#) 9,967 (#) 8,981 (—) 987 (—) 6,435 (#) 5,688 (—) 747 (—) 1,187 (0)
                                             
Iowa 30,223 (99.7) 10,833 (#) 30,894 (101.9) 10,996 (#) 6,584 (0.7) 5,695 (—) 890 (—) 3,918 (#) 3,336 (—) 583 (—) 493 (0)
Kansas 24,500 (83.3) 9,221 (#) 25,200 (93.2) 9,388 (#) 5,648 (#) 4,684 (—) 964 (—) 3,459 (#) 2,921 (—) 538 (—) 281 (0)
Kentucky 36,916 (44.3) 11,892 (#) 38,879 (46.7) 12,550 (#) 7,126 (#) 6,390 (—) 736 (—) 4,376 (#) 3,852 (—) 524 (—) 1,049 (0)
Louisiana 40,799 (24.5) 12,686 (#) 41,343 (28.9) 13,043 (#) 7,931 (#) 7,352 (—) 579 (—) 3,524 (#) 3,008 (—) 517 (—) 1,588 (0)
Maine 11,077 (26.6) 3,361 (16.1) 11,771 (27.1) 3,465 (15.6) 2,425 (15.8) 2,329 (—) 95 (—) 813 (#) 750 (—) 63 (—) 227 (0)
                                             
Maryland 58,041 (29.0) 19,521 (#) 58,618 (29.3) 20,006 (#) 12,842 (#) 11,787 (—) 1,056 (—) 6,364 (#) 5,523 (—) 840 (—) 800 (0)
Massachusetts 71,726 (150.6) 21,941 (105.3) 74,786 (142.1) 22,493 (108.0) 15,461 (108.2) 14,422 (—) 1,039 (—) 5,371 (#) 4,477 (—) 894 (—) 1,661 (0)
Michigan 79,778 (279.2) 28,932 (#) 82,786 (264.9) 29,997 (#) 16,951 (#) 15,888 (—) 1,063 (—) 11,720 (#) 10,115 (—) 1,605 (—) 1,326 (0)
Minnesota 52,384 (172.9) 16,991 (#) 56,956 (148.1) 18,292 (#) 12,230 (#) 10,520 (—) 1,710 (—) 5,082 (#) 4,666 (—) 417 (—) 979 (0)
Mississippi 25,143 (47.8) 7,822 (#) 26,105 (47.0) 8,322 (#) 4,581 (#) 4,246 (—) 335 (—) 3,172 (#) 2,755 (—) 417 (—) 569 (0)
                                             
Missouri 44,337 (88.7) 14,944 (#) 45,483 (118.3) 15,078 (#) 10,312 (#) 9,422 (—) 890 (—) 3,983 (#) 3,653 (—) 330 (—) 782 (0)
Montana 8,726 (9.6) 2,810 (#) 8,775 (15.8) 2,894 (#) 1,839 (#) 1,660 (—) 179 (—) 940 (#) 894 (—) 46 (—) 114 (0)
Nebraska 16,783 (67.1) 6,685 (#) 17,426 (68.0) 7,279 (#) 4,530 (#) 3,888 (—) 642 (—) 2,432 (#) 2,107 (—) 325 (—) 317 (0)
Nevada 20,152 (145.1) 5,998 (#) 20,500 (149.6) 6,133 (#) 4,203 (#) 3,978 (—) 224 (—) 1,420 (#) 1,319 (—) 101 (—) 510 (0)
New Hampshire 10,472 (9.4) 3,931 (#) 11,127 (14.5) 4,131 (8.3) 2,924 (8.5) 2,787 (—) 137 (—) 985 (#) 844 (—) 141 (—) 221 (0)
                                             
New Jersey 90,306 (162.6) 34,725 (27.8) 92,450 (231.1) 36,108 (43.3) 26,986 (43.2) 25,070 (—) 1,916 (—) 6,987 (#) 5,797 (—) 1,191 (—) 2,135 (0)
New Mexico 20,973 (21.0) 6,739 (#) 20,521 (12.3) 6,647 (#) 3,653 (#) 3,102 (—) 551 (—) 2,586 (#) 2,241 (—) 345 (—) 409 (0)
New York 257,320 (231.6) 79,664 (87.6) 268,376 (268.4) 82,511 (90.8) 66,106 (#) 61,447 (—) 4,658 (—) 14,287 (88.6) 12,387 (—) 1,900 (—) 2,119 (0)
North Carolina 74,509 (223.5) 24,801 (181.0) 77,209 (231.6) 25,447 (185.8) 13,801 (173.9) 12,878 (—) 923 (—) 9,727 (64.2) 8,975 (—) 752 (—) 1,919 (0)
North Dakota 9,051 (35.3) 2,941 (#) 9,577 (17.2) 3,187 (#) 1,873 (#) 1,461 (—) 412 (—) 1,220 (#) 1,053 (—) 167 (—) 93 (0)
                                             
Ohio 100,222 (300.7) 33,532 (100.6) 103,575 (310.7) 34,482 (110.3) 23,163 (111.2) 21,307 (—) 1,856 (—) 9,586 (#) 7,888 (—) 1,698 (—) 1,733 (0)
Oklahoma 28,566 (57.1) 10,147 (#) 29,146 (67.0) 10,629 (#) 5,915 (#) 5,273 (—) 642 (—) 4,053 (#) 3,542 (—) 511 (—) 661 (0)
Oregon 37,675 (75.3) 11,503 (#) 41,373 (91.0) 12,591 (#) 7,145 (#) 6,459 (—) 686 (—) 4,944 (#) 4,288 (—) 656 (—) 501 (0)
Pennsylvania 114,569 (229.1) 39,517 (4.0) 122,179 (207.7) 41,397 (4.1) 28,232 (2.8) 26,425 (—) 1,807 (—) 10,762 (#) 9,532 (—) 1,230 (—) 2,403 (0)
Rhode Island 10,080 (8.1) 3,275 (#) 10,220 (6.1) 3,409 (#) 2,411 (#) 2,340 (—) 71 (—) 683 (#) 673 (—) 9 (—) 316 (0)
                                             
South Carolina 39,092 (62.5) 13,742 (#) 40,888 (65.4) 14,353 (#) 8,756 (#) 7,667 (—) 1,089 (—) 4,179 (#) 3,743 (—) 436 (—) 1,418 (0)
South Dakota 6,567 (9.2) 2,245 (#) 6,991 (19.6) 2,456 (#) 1,431 (#) 1,239 (—) 192 (—) 881 (#) 696 (—) 185 (—) 144 (0)
Tennessee 44,027 (198.1) 14,164 (150.1) 44,974 (206.9) 13,977 (152.4) 9,274 (153.0) 8,763 (—) 512 (—) 3,713 (#) 3,288 (—) 425 (—) 990 (0)
Texas 205,921 (947.2) 80,073 (16.0) 215,064 (322.6) 83,062 (16.6) 52,800 (15.8) 44,466 (—) 8,334 (—) 27,959 (#) 24,242 (—) 3,717 (—) 2,303 (0)
Utah 21,903 (76.7) 8,684 (#) 23,285 (144.4) 9,752 (#) 4,817 (#) 4,108 (—) 709 (—) 4,402 (#) 3,784 (—) 618 (—) 533 (0)
                                             
Vermont 6,830 (12.3) 2,539 (#) 7,031 (12.7) 2,678 (#) 1,608 (#) 1,566 (—) 43 (—) 872 (#) 782 (—) 90 (—) 198 (0)
Virginia 68,719 (247.4) 24,999 (127.5) 70,867 (255.1) 25,100 (150.6) 16,302 (150.0) 14,674 (—) 1,628 (—) 7,759 (#) 6,724 (—) 1,036 (—) 1,039 (0)
Washington 66,577 (213.0) 21,674 (36.8) 70,596 (211.8) 23,786 (38.1) 14,875 (37.2) 12,670 (—) 2,204 (—) 7,099 (#) 6,352 (—) 747 (—) 1,813 (0)
West Virginia 15,165 (12.1) 5,267 (#) 15,915 (25.5) 5,359 (#) 3,086 (#) 2,905 (—) 181 (—) 1,754 (#) 1,563 (—) 191 (—) 518 (0)
Wisconsin 50,786 (116.8) 17,679 (1.8) 51,177 (122.8) 18,030 (5.4) 11,084 (5.5) 9,991 (—) 1,093 (—) 6,295 (#) 5,702 (—) 593 (—) 651 (0)
Wyoming 8,385 (21.0) 2,876 (#) 8,777 (30.7) 3,119 (#) 2,015 (#) 1,561 (—) 454 (—) 898 (#) 759 (—) 139 (—) 206 (0)
—Not available.
#Rounds to zero.
1 Includes state and local government expenditures for education and public libraries, social services and income maintenance, transportation, public safety, environment and housing, governmental administration, interest on general debt, and other direct 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. Detail may not sum to totals because of rounding. Some data have been revised from previously published figures.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Commerce, Census Bureau, Governmental Finances. Retrieved January 23, 2019, from https://www.census.gov/data/datasets/2016/econ/local/public-use-datasets.html. (This table was prepared January 2019.)

2018 Tables and Figures All Years of Tables and Figures Most Recent Full Issue of the Digest