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Education Statistics > Elementary & Secondary Finance > Total Revenue from All Sources (most recent) by state

DEFINITION: Sum of subtotals for Local Government, State Government, Intermediate Government Agencies, and Federal Government. Does not include other sources of revenue. These data are taken from the CCD National Public Education Financial survey.
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Rank   States  Amount 
# 1     California: $57,021,363,451.00 
# 2     New York: $37,894,516,613.00 
# 3     Texas: $34,605,869,333.00 
# 4     Illinois: $19,154,705,348.00 
# 5     Florida: $18,984,106,092.00 
# 6     New Jersey: $18,905,028,432.00 
# 7     Pennsylvania: $18,751,159,986.00 
# 8     Ohio: $18,143,061,847.00 
# 9     Michigan: $17,954,394,608.00 
# 10     Georgia: $13,448,966,300.00 
# 11     Massachusetts: $11,801,318,427.00 
# 12     Virginia: $10,283,181,601.00 
# 13     North Carolina: $9,379,576,926.00 
# 14     Wisconsin: $8,858,181,406.00 
# 15     Washington: $8,696,472,422.00 
# 16     Maryland: $8,668,096,569.00 
# 17     Minnesota: $8,349,226,526.00 
# 18     Indiana: $7,926,061,642.00 
# 19     Missouri: $7,662,199,367.00 
# 20     Arizona: $7,351,309,777.00 
# 21     Connecticut: $7,087,301,802.00 
# 22     Colorado: $6,299,535,875.00 
# 23     Tennessee: $6,114,869,536.00 
# 24     South Carolina: $5,732,697,357.00 
# 25     Louisiana: $5,549,582,468.00 
# 26     Alabama: $5,153,795,069.00 
# 27     Kentucky: $4,764,253,274.00 
# 28     Oregon: $4,599,716,704.00 
# 29     Iowa: $4,241,507,890.00 
# 30     Oklahoma: $4,161,621,204.00 
# 31     Kansas: $4,071,711,737.00 
# 32     Arkansas: $3,266,317,548.00 
# 33     Mississippi: $3,263,896,898.00 
# 34     Utah: $2,912,991,232.00 
# 35     Nevada: $2,784,680,786.00 
# 36     New Mexico: $2,685,724,728.00 
# 37     West Virginia: $2,552,445,505.00 
# 38     Nebraska: $2,550,525,079.00 
# 39     Maine: $2,161,237,759.00 
# 40     Hawaii: $2,078,875,695.00 
# 41     New Hampshire: $1,957,267,135.00 
# 42     Rhode Island: $1,744,838,068.00 
# 43     Idaho: $1,698,503,410.00 
# 44     Alaska: $1,468,275,911.00 
# 45     Montana: $1,204,497,372.00 
# 46     Delaware: $1,197,512,172.00 
# 47     Vermont: $1,149,920,168.00 
# 48     District of Columbia: $1,114,021,483.00 
# 49     South Dakota: $963,996,661.00 
# 50     Wyoming: $961,247,553.00 
# 51     North Dakota: $825,134,704.00 
Total: $440,157,299,456.00  
Weighted average: $8,630,535,283.45  
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"Elementary & Secondary Finance > Total Revenue from All Sources by state", National Center for Educational Statistics. Retrieved from http://www.StateMaster.com/graph/edu_ele_sec_fin_tot_rev_fro_all_sou-finance-total-revenue-all-sources

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