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Elementary and Secondary Ed. Local Expenditures Percent of Total in 2021

RankStateFIPS Code% of Total Expenditure
1Delaware1000066.0%
2Vermont5000062.0%
3Rhode Island4400057.9%
4West Virginia5400055.7%
5New Jersey3400055.4%
6Arkansas0500054.8%
7Connecticut0900053.9%
8New Hampshire3300053.5%
9Maine2300053.3%
10Massachusetts2500050.0%
11Montana3000047.9%
12Georgia1300047.4%
12Pennsylvania4200047.4%
14Oklahoma4000046.9%
15South Dakota4600046.8%
16Kansas2000046.5%
17Nebraska3100045.9%
18Kentucky2100045.8%
19New Mexico3500045.4%
20Maryland2400044.2%
21Ohio3900044.0%
22Virginia5100043.6%
23Louisiana2200043.1%
24South Carolina4500042.9%
25North Dakota3800042.0%
25Wisconsin5500042.0%
27Utah4900041.8%
28Texas4800041.6%
29Missouri2900041.3%
30Washington5300040.7%
31Illinois1700040.5%
32Iowa1900040.1%
33Michigan2600040.0%
34Minnesota2700039.8%
35Oregon4100039.7%
36Indiana1800038.7%
37Alabama0100038.3%
38Mississippi2800038.2%
39Tennessee4700037.8%
40Alaska0200037.4%
41Idaho1600037.2%
42New York3600036.7%
43Wyoming5600035.9%
44Arizona0400035.5%
45Colorado0800034.4%
46Nevada3200033.1%
47North Carolina3700032.1%
48California0600030.2%
49Florida1200029.1%
50District of Columbia1100019.8%

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

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