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Elementary and Secondary Ed. State & Local Expenditures in 2014

RankStateFIPS CodeValue($000)
1California0600068,769,130
2New York3600057,745,303
3Texas4800047,339,605
4New Jersey3400026,133,086
5Pennsylvania4200026,107,317
6Illinois1700025,898,091
7Florida1200025,775,790
8Ohio3900021,479,740
9Georgia1300017,409,071
10Michigan2600016,343,304
11Virginia5100016,055,837
12Massachusetts2500015,229,109
13North Carolina3700012,892,259
14Maryland2400012,549,993
15Washington5300012,452,073
16Minnesota2700010,753,158
17Wisconsin5500010,601,074
18Missouri290009,930,461
19Indiana180009,621,500
20Tennessee470009,227,239
21Connecticut090008,906,378
22Colorado080008,786,339
23South Carolina450008,084,511
24Arizona040007,961,489
25Louisiana220007,834,620
26Alabama010007,532,718
27Kentucky210006,797,330
28Iowa190006,181,679
29Oregon410006,143,475
30Oklahoma400005,942,301
31Kansas200005,438,290
32Arkansas050004,877,237
33Mississippi280004,393,960
34Utah490004,270,287
35Nebraska310003,914,540
36Nevada320003,850,524
37New Mexico350003,507,457
38West Virginia540003,168,288
39New Hampshire330002,758,727
40Alaska020002,493,063
41District of Columbia110002,472,581
42Maine230002,309,852
43Rhode Island440002,282,611
44Hawaii150002,139,147
45Idaho160001,959,703
46Delaware100001,908,296
47Wyoming560001,760,433
48Montana300001,721,563
49Vermont500001,558,941
50North Dakota380001,522,033
51South Dakota460001,315,216

Data Source: Rockefeller Institute of Government, U.S. Census Bureau

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