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Elementary and Secondary Ed. Local Expenditures Percent of Total in 2015

RankStateFIPS Code% of Total Expenditure
1Delaware1000064.0 %
2Vermont5000063.7 %
3West Virginia5400057.3 %
4Rhode Island4400055.5 %
5Arkansas0500054.9 %
6New Hampshire3300054.2 %
7Connecticut0900053.9 %
8Maine2300052.3 %
9New Jersey3400050.1 %
10Massachusetts2500049.8 %
11Kentucky2100048.4 %
12Utah4900048.0 %
13Montana3000047.5 %
13Oklahoma4000047.5 %
15Georgia1300047.3 %
15Pennsylvania4200047.3 %
17New Mexico3500047.0 %
18Virginia5100045.7 %
19Nebraska3100045.4 %
20Missouri2900045.3 %
21South Dakota4600044.9 %
22Maryland2400044.0 %
23Ohio3900043.2 %
24Texas4800042.9 %
25Kansas2000042.6 %
26North Dakota3800042.1 %
27South Carolina4500041.9 %
28Alaska0200041.8 %
28Iowa1900041.8 %
30Alabama0100041.2 %
31Minnesota2700041.1 %
32Illinois1700040.8 %
33Tennessee4700040.6 %
34Indiana1800040.4 %
35Wisconsin5500040.3 %
36Michigan2600040.2 %
37Louisiana2200039.8 %
38Washington5300039.5 %
39Idaho1600039.3 %
40Wyoming5600038.9 %
41Oregon4100038.7 %
42Mississippi2800037.9 %
43New York3600036.3 %
44Arizona0400035.5 %
44Colorado0800035.5 %
46Nevada3200032.9 %
47North Carolina3700032.7 %
48Florida1200031.5 %
49California0600030.4 %
50District of Columbia1100020.5 %

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

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