Public school system expenditures in the United States

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The table below details public school system expenditures for elementary and secondary education in fiscal year 2011. California had the highest amount of total expenditures, while North Dakota had the least.

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Summary of public school system expenditures for elementary and secondary school districts, by state: Fiscal year 2011
State Total Current expenditures Current expenditures percentage Capital outlay Capital outlay Percentage Other Other Percentage
Alabama $7,402,584.00 $6,582,496.00 88.92% $564,183.00 7.62% $255,905.00 3.46%
Alaska $2,439,916.00 $2,192,045.00 89.84% $180,137.00 7.38% $67,734.00 2.78%
Arizona $9,587,471.00 $8,157,006.00 85.08% $796,052.00 8.3% $634,413.00 6.62%
Arkansas $5,682,263.00 $4,495,309.00 79.11% $607,962.00 10.7% $578,992.00 10.19%
California $66,900,232.00 $56,784,812.00 84.88% $6,535,512.00 9.77% $3,579,908.00 5.35%
Colorado $8,696,004.00 $7,338,499.00 84.39% $836,045.00 9.61% $521,460.00 6%
Connecticut $9,305,526.00 $8,367,518.00 89.92% $533,188.00 5.73% $404,820.00 4.35%
Delaware $1,853,962.00 $1,615,778.00 87.15% $184,094.00 9.93% $54,090.00 2.92%
District of Columbia $1,908,688.00 $1,326,489.00 69.5% $391,623.00 20.52% $190,576.00 9.98%
Florida $26,991,946.00 $23,428,499.00 86.8% $2,217,069.00 8.21% $1,346,378.00 4.99%
Georgia $17,125,512.00 $15,465,308.00 90.31% $1,368,403.00 7.99% $291,801.00 1.7%
Hawaii $2,259,104.00 $2,156,001.00 95.44% $85,476.00 3.78% $17,627.00 0.78%
Idaho $2,018,354.00 $1,867,679.00 92.53% $85,001.00 4.21% $65,674.00 3.25%
Illinois $27,548,749.00 $24,525,567.00 89.03% $1,884,976.00 6.84% $1,138,206.00 4.13%
Indiana $11,073,872.00 $9,769,064.00 88.22% $881,151.00 7.96% $423,657.00 3.83%
Iowa $5,827,630.00 $4,839,681.00 83.05% $861,361.00 14.78% $126,588.00 2.17%
Kansas $5,654,054.00 $4,584,376.00 81.08% $851,777.00 15.06% $217,901.00 3.85%
Kentucky $7,251,892.00 $6,264,504.00 86.38% $733,357.00 10.11% $254,031.00 3.5%
Louisiana $8,402,697.00 $7,440,499.00 88.55% $812,768.00 9.67% $149,430.00 1.78%
Maine $2,676,891.00 $2,369,256.00 88.51% $164,949.00 6.16% $142,686.00 5.33%
Maryland $12,993,862.00 $11,818,032.00 90.95% $989,839.00 7.62% $185,991.00 1.43%
Massachusetts $14,479,249.00 $12,894,969.00 89.06% $817,228.00 5.64% $767,052.00 5.3%
Michigan $19,331,718.00 $16,728,164.00 86.53% $1,334,386.00 6.9% $1,269,168.00 6.57%
Minnesota $10,867,816.00 $8,907,505.00 81.96% $1,077,969.00 9.92% $882,342.00 8.12%
Mississippi $4,345,783.00 $3,888,831.00 89.49% $368,906.00 8.49% $88,046.00 2.03%
Missouri $9,983,600.00 $8,664,338.00 86.79% $856,962.00 8.58% $462,300.00 4.63%
Montana $1,635,886.00 $1,506,467.00 92.09% $103,728.00 6.34% $25,691.00 1.57%
Nebraska $3,656,997.00 $3,222,194.00 88.11% $349,683.00 9.56% $85,120.00 2.33%
Nevada $4,306,677.00 $3,712,313.00 86.2% $324,287.00 7.53% $270,077.00 6.27%
New Hampshire $2,838,178.00 $2,502,899.00 88.19% $206,241.00 7.27% $129,038.00 4.55%
New Jersey $25,011,151.00 $22,686,943.00 90.71% $930,701.00 3.72% $1,393,507.00 5.57%
New Mexico $3,732,670.00 $3,045,075.00 81.58% $621,504.00 16.65% $66,091.00 1.77%
New York $58,540,377.00 $51,203,701.00 87.47% $4,655,961.00 7.95% $2,680,715.00 4.58%
North Carolina $14,069,438.00 $12,335,701.00 87.68% $1,058,530.00 7.52% $675,207.00 4.8%
North Dakota $1,252,739.00 $1,099,271.00 87.75% $124,967.00 9.98% $28,501.00 2.28%
Ohio $23,258,406.00 $19,673,291.00 84.59% $2,516,739.00 10.82% $1,068,376.00 4.59%
Oklahoma $5,603,623.00 $5,001,641.00 89.26% $510,611.00 9.11% $91,371.00 1.63%
Oregon $6,205,416.00 $5,418,357.00 87.32% $461,979.00 7.44% $325,080.00 5.24%
Pennsylvania $27,288,887.00 $23,541,287.00 86.27% $2,269,812.00 8.32% $1,477,788.00 5.42%
Rhode Island $2,305,947.00 $2,059,636.00 89.32% $47,973.00 2.08% $198,338.00 8.6%
South Carolina $7,930,047.00 $6,455,918.00 81.41% $1,018,769.00 12.85% $455,360.00 5.74%
South Dakota $1,340,399.00 $1,105,964.00 82.51% $199,636.00 14.89% $34,799.00 2.6%
Tennessee $8,934,633.00 $7,977,696.00 89.29% $661,195.00 7.4% $295,742.00 3.31%
Texas $53,697,106.00 $42,782,827.00 79.67% $6,556,210.00 12.21% $4,358,069.00 8.12%
Utah $4,527,893.00 $3,600,074.00 79.51% $693,458.00 15.32% $234,361.00 5.18%
Vermont $1,547,019.00 $1,404,710.00 90.8% $63,812.00 4.12% $78,497.00 5.07%
Virginia $14,464,579.00 $12,964,134.00 89.63% $1,075,067.00 7.43% $425,378.00 2.94%
Washington $11,888,591.00 $9,890,471.00 83.19% $1,467,334.00 12.34% $530,786.00 4.46%
West Virginia $3,668,387.00 $3,342,238.00 91.11% $269,242.00 7.34% $56,907.00 1.55%
Wisconsin $11,186,653.00 $10,175,521.00 90.96% $541,918.00 4.84% $469,214.00 4.19%
Wyoming $1,642,251.00 $1,397,339.00 85.09% $234,408.00 14.27% $10,504.00 0.64%
United States $603,143,325.00 $520,577,893.00 86.31% $52,984,139.00 8.78% $29,581,293.00 4.90%
Source: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Common Core of Data (CCD), "School District Finance Survey (F-33)," fiscal year 2011, Provisional Version 1a. (timed out)