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Elementary and Secondary Ed. Local Expenditures Per Capita in 2021

RankStateFIPS CodePer Capita Expenditures
1District of Columbia110004,950
2New York360003,818
3Wyoming560003,192
4Vermont500002,943
5Connecticut090002,871
6New Jersey340002,843
7Massachusetts250002,732
8Nebraska310002,706
9Alaska020002,681
10Washington530002,649
11North Dakota380002,616
12Pennsylvania420002,539
13Kansas200002,535
14Rhode Island440002,530
15California060002,527
16Minnesota270002,515
17Maryland240002,475
18Illinois170002,398
19New Hampshire330002,380
20Iowa190002,368
21Oregon410002,337
22Ohio390002,331
23Delaware100002,300
24Maine230002,268
25Texas480002,216
26Virginia510002,210
27Colorado080002,195
28Wisconsin550002,186
29Georgia130002,115
30Michigan260002,007
31South Dakota460001,994
32Montana300001,993
33South Carolina450001,988
34New Mexico350001,947
35Utah490001,920
36Louisiana220001,892
37Arkansas050001,882
37Missouri290001,882
39West Virginia540001,878
40Indiana180001,774
41Oklahoma400001,760
42Alabama010001,758
43Mississippi280001,752
44Nevada320001,658
45Kentucky210001,592
46North Carolina370001,574
47Tennessee470001,535
48Florida120001,503
49Idaho160001,404
50Arizona040001,380

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

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