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Document Number: 10743

Revenues and Expenditures for Public Elementary and Secondary School Districts: School Year 2009-10 (Fiscal Year 2010) First Look - For regular school districts, the national median current expenditure was $9,989 in FY 10, an increase of 1% over FY 09. States with the highest median per-pupil spending were Alaska ($24,244), District of Columbia ($18,667), New York ($17,583), Wyoming ($16, 213), and New Jersey ($15,468). Looking at the 100 largest public school districts, the range was from $5,528 in Alpine School District, Utah, to $19,184 in New York City. Total revenues reported in FY 10 by school districts were $599.9 billion, 12.5% from the federal government, 43.1% from state governments and 44.3% from local governments. (National Center for Education Statistics, April 2013)...


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