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Elementary and Secondary Ed. State & Local Expenditures Percent of Total in 2014

RankStateFIPS Code% of Total Expenditures
1New Jersey3400029.7 %
2New Hampshire3300027.3 %
3Georgia1300026.6 %
4Nebraska3100024.9 %
5Connecticut0900024.8 %
6Texas4800024.1 %
7Virginia5100023.9 %
8Illinois1700023.7 %
9New York3600023.5 %
9Pennsylvania4200023.5 %
9Rhode Island4400023.5 %
12Missouri2900023.2 %
12Vermont5000023.2 %
14Wyoming5600022.9 %
15Kansas2000022.6 %
15Maryland2400022.6 %
17Massachusetts2500022.4 %
17Ohio3900022.4 %
19Arkansas0500021.9 %
20South Carolina4500021.8 %
21Michigan2600021.5 %
21Wisconsin5500021.5 %
23Iowa1900021.4 %
23West Virginia5400021.4 %
25Tennessee4700021.3 %
26Minnesota2700020.9 %
27Alabama0100020.8 %
27Nevada3200020.8 %
27Oklahoma4000020.8 %
30District of Columbia1100020.7 %
31South Dakota4600020.6 %
32Utah4900020.4 %
33Kentucky2100020.3 %
34Colorado0800020.2 %
34Montana3000020.2 %
36Indiana1800020.1 %
36Washington5300020.1 %
38Maine2300020.0 %
39Delaware1000019.9 %
40Louisiana2200019.0 %
41Idaho1600018.9 %
42New Mexico3500018.7 %
43Arizona0400018.6 %
43Florida1200018.6 %
43North Dakota3800018.6 %
46California0600018.4 %
47Mississippi2800018.2 %
48North Carolina3700017.9 %
49Oregon4100017.5 %
50Alaska0200017.1 %
51Hawaii1500015.6 %

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

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