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Elementary and Secondary Ed. Local Expenditures Per Capita in 2017

RankStateFIPS CodePer Capita Expenditures
1District of Columbia110004,004
2New York360003,517
3Wyoming560003,298
4New Jersey340002,765
5Vermont500002,644
6Connecticut090002,619
7Alaska020002,524
8Nebraska310002,457
9North Dakota380002,394
10Minnesota270002,336
11Massachusetts250002,331
12Rhode Island440002,330
13Pennsylvania420002,310
14Maryland240002,274
15New Hampshire330002,203
16Delaware100002,145
17Iowa190002,127
18Washington530002,122
19California060002,118
20Ohio390002,088
21Virginia510002,082
22Illinois170002,081
23Kansas200002,072
24Texas480001,993
25Wisconsin550001,960
26Georgia130001,909
27Maine230001,905
28Oregon410001,830
29South Carolina450001,796
30Colorado080001,773
30New Mexico350001,773
32Montana300001,771
33Michigan260001,748
34South Dakota460001,734
35Louisiana220001,729
36Arkansas050001,710
37Missouri290001,709
38West Virginia540001,706
39Utah490001,652
40Alabama010001,611
41Nevada320001,554
42Mississippi280001,546
43Indiana180001,535
44Kentucky210001,488
45Oklahoma400001,463
46Tennessee470001,439
47North Carolina370001,418
48Florida120001,352
49Idaho160001,283
50Arizona040001,170

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

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