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					Public Education Finances 2007
Issued July 2009

USCENSUSBUREAU USCENSUSBUREAU
Helping You Make Informed Decisions

Governments Division U.S. Census Bureau

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Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iv Figures 1a. Percent Distribution of Total Public Elementary-Secondary School System Revenue: 2006-07 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . xi 1b. Percent Distribution of Total Public Elementary-Secondary School System Local Revenue: 2006-07 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . xi 2. Percent Distribution of Total Public Elementary-Secondary School System Expenditure: 2006-07 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . xii 3. Percent Distribution of Public Elementary-Secondary School System Current Spending by Function: 2006-07 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . xii 4. Elementary-Secondary per Pupil Expenditure Amounts by State: 2006-07 . . . . . . . xiii Tables PUBLIC ELEM ENTARY-SECONDARY EDUCATION FINANCES BY STATE 1. Summary of Public School System Finances for Elementary-Secondary Education by State: 2006-07 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 2. Revenue From Federal Sources for Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems by State: 2006-07 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 3. Revenue From State Sources for Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems by State: 2006-07 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 4. Revenue From Local Sources for Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems by State: 2006-07 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 5. Percent Distribution of Elementary-Secondary Public School System Revenue by Source and State: 2006-07 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 6. Current Spending of Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems by State: 2006-07 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 7. Support Services Expenditure for Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems by Function and State: 2006-07 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 8. Per Pupil Amounts for Current Spending of Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems by State: 2006-07 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 9. Capital Outlay and Other Expenditure of Public School Systems by State: 2006-07 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 10. Indebtedness and Debt Transactions of Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems by State: 2006-07 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 RELATIONAL STATISTICS AND RANKINGS 11. States Ranked According to Per Pupil Elementary-Secondary Public School System Finance Amounts: 2006-07 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

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12. States Ranked According to Relation of Elementary-Secondary Public School System Finance Amounts to $1,000 Personal Income: 2006-07 . . . . . . 12

PUBLIC ELEM ENTARY-SECONDARY EDUCATION FINANCES BY SIZE-GROUP 13. Public School System Finances for Elementary-Secondary Education by Enrollment-Size Groups: 2006-07 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 14. Per Pupil Amounts of Public School System Finances for ElementarySecondary Education by Enrollment-Size Groups: 2006-07 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 INDIVIDUAL PUBLIC ELEM ENTARY-SECONDARY SCHOOL SYSTEM S 15. Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 16. Percent Distribution of Revenue of Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07 . . . . . . . . . . . . 79 17. Per Pupil Amounts for Current Spending of Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07 . . . . . . . . . . . . 95 POPULATION, ENROLLM ENT, AND PERSONAL INCOM E 18. Population, Enrollment, and Personal Income by State: 2006 and 2007 . . . . . . . . . 111 APPENDIXES A. Definitions of Selected Terms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-1 B. Notes Relating to Education Finance Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-1 C. Two-Letter State Abbreviations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C-1 D. F-33 Survey Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. ..D-1

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INTRODUCTION

Every five years, the U.S. Census Bureau conducts a Census of Government Finance, as authorized by law under Title 13, U.S. Code, Section 182. The 2007 Census, similar to annual surveys and censuses of governments conducted for many years, covers the entire range of government finance activities — revenue, expenditure, debt, and assets (cash and security holdings). The data collected are used for both the 2007 Census of Governments Survey of Local Government Finances — School Systems and the Local Education Agency (School District) Finance Survey which is conducted on behalf of the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES). This report contains financial statistics relating to public elementary-secondary education. It includes national and state financial aggregates and display data for each public school system with an enrollment of 10,000 or more. ORGANIZATION OF THIS REPORT This introductory text describes the scope, concepts, sources, survey methodology, and limitations of the data. It also identifies other U.S. Census Bureau products that contain public education data. The tabular section contains 18 tables. Summaries as well as state-level detail are presented in Tables 1 through 10. Table 1 contains data for all major financial categories for public school systems. Revenue summaries and supporting detail are shown in Tables 2 through 5, expenditure in Tables 6 through 9, and indebtedness in Table 10. State rankings based on revenue and expenditure per pupil appear in Table 11. State rankings based on the relation of revenue and expenditure to state personal income (as reported by the Bureau of Economic Analysis’ 2006 Survey of Current Business)are shown in Table 12. National summaries and enrollment size-group data for elementary-secondary education systems appear in Tables 13 and 14. Finance data for individual public school systems with enrollments of 10,000 or more are displayed in Tables 15 through 17. Data are presented in thousands of dollars in Table 15 for revenue, expenditure, and indebtedness items. Table 16 displays percent distributions of federal, state, and local revenue for these same school systems. Per pupil expenditure data appear in Table 17. Supplementary data on state-level populations, enrollments, and personal income are shown in Table 18. SCOPE This 2007 report presents data on the financial activity of public elementary and secondary school systems. Related data on public school system employment are available in the Census Bureau’s annual local government employment reports. Information for higher and other education systems can be found in separate annual and census of governments reports that focus on the finances of states, counties, cities and towns, and government finances in general. The universe consists of 15,638 school systems (as counted for the 2006-2007 survey cycle in a December 2008 listing of school systems in the Governments Integrated Directory). GENERAL CONCEPTS Refer to Appendix A, Definitions of Selected Terms for descriptions of the items appearing in this report and on the data collection instrument. Public School Systems The term “public school systems,” as used for this report, includes two types of government entities with responsibility for providing education services: (1) school districts that are administratively and fiscally independent of any other government and are counted as separate governments; and (2) public school systems that lack sufficient autonomy to be counted as separate governments and are classified as a dependent agency of some other government – a county, municipal, township, or state government. Most public school systems included in this report operate to provide regular, special, and/or vocational programs for children in prekindergarten through 12th grade. Some systems, known as “nonoperating” districts, only exist to collect tax iv

revenue, which they then transfer to other school systems that actually provide the education services. This report also includes “education service agencies.” These agencies typically provide regional special education services, vocational education programs, or financial services for member districts. They are classified as joint educational service agencies of the participating districts and are not counted as separate governments. Charter Schools The data in this report include only those charter schools established and administratively controlled by another government entity (e.g. universities, cities, counties, or public school systems). The data for these “public charter schools” are collected as separate, individual units, or are included with the data for their chartering government. Charter schools that do not meet Census Bureau criteria for classification as a government entity are considered “private charter schools” and are not included in this report. In order for a charter school to be classified as a “public charter school” it must meet the same requirements as any other government. It must be an organized entity, with substantial autonomy, and government character. Typically if the school board is appointed by public officials then the charter school would be classified as governmental. A few “public charter schools” are run by public universities, and municipalities. However, most charter schools are run by private nonprofit organizations and are therefore classified as private. Current Dollars The statistics in this report are in terms of current dollar amounts. They have not been adjusted for price and wage changes occurring through the years. Fiscal Years Data in this report pertain to school system fiscal years that ended June 30, 2007, except for the following: Alabama – September 30, 2007; Nebraska and Texas – August 31, 2007. Elementary-Secondary Education This report covers financial activity for the operation and support of public school systems providing elementary and/or secondary programs. These activities include the instruction of prekindergarten through 12th grade children, as well as support activities, such as guidance counseling, administration, transportation, plant operation and maintenance, and food services. Public school systems also offer nonelementary-secondary programs. Adult education and community services are two types of programs operated in many public school systems that are not related to the education of prekindergarten through 12 th grade children. Expenditure for these types of programs is excluded from the per pupil amounts for current spending in Tables 8, 11, 14, and 17. Expenditure made by public school systems for these nonelementary-secondary programs continues to be included in the expenditure data presented in the other tables. Educational Revenue from Federal, State, and Local Sources In this report the tables containing revenue data refer to revenue from Federal, state, and local government sources. “Revenue from Federal Sources” includes monies passed through state governments, as well as Federal outlays directly received. “State Source Revenue” consists only of amounts originating from state governments. “Revenue from Local Sources” is comprised of revenue raised locally – including taxes, charges, and miscellaneous revenues. These terms and corresponding methodology are different from the Census of Governments taxonomy for “Intergovernmental Revenue”. For the Census of Governments and the corresponding annual surveys, Intergovernmental Revenue comprises monies from other governments, including grants, shared taxes, and contingent loans and advances for support of particular functions or for general financial support; any significant and identifiable amounts received as reimbursement for performance of governmental services for other governments; and any other form of revenue representing the sharing by other governments in the financing of activities administered by the receiving government. All intergovernmental revenue is reported in the general government sector, even if it is used to support activities in other sectors (such as utilities). Intergovernmental revenue excludes amounts received from the sale of property, commodities, and utility services to other governments (which are reported in different revenue categories). It also excludes amounts received from other governments as the employer share or for support of public employee retirement or other insurance trust funds of the recipient v

government, which are treated as insurance trust revenue. Intergovernmental revenue is classified by function and by the level of government where it originated (i.e., Federal, state, or local). The transfer of Federal aid that is “passed-through” the state government to local governments is reported as state intergovernmental revenue at the local level rather than direct Federal intergovernmental revenue. Revenue from city and county governments is included in both the individual and state totals tables that reference revenue from local sources. Revenue from other school systems, however, is only included in the individual unit tables. These amounts are excluded in the state totals data to avoid double-counting. Tax Revenue of Dependent School Systems Dependent school systems receive most of their local revenue from appropriations by their parent government. Although most of these monies come from property tax collections, the exact amounts derived from taxes or other revenue sources available to parent governments for their school systems frequently cannot be determined from state education agency accounting records. Therefore, these revenue amounts are shown as “parent government contributions” instead of “property taxes” or “other taxes” in the tabulations. Current Operation and Current Spending Current operation, a standard Census Bureau expenditure category, consists of payments for salaries, employee benefits (including local school system employer contributions to state government retirement funds), purchased services, and supplies. The Census Bureau introduced the concept “current spending” in the 1987 Census of Governments. This concept, which is used only in the public school system finance reports, allows for the inclusion of all public elementary-secondary outlays regardless of the specific unit of government that actually makes the expenditure. “Current Spending” is not presented in other Census Bureau tabular presentations because its inclusion with expenditures made at other levels of government would lead to double counting. As such, “Current Spending” as presented here should not be confused with “Current Operations” used in the Census of Governments. In the later case “Current Operations” refers to direct expenditure for compensation of own officers and employees and for supplies, materials, and contractual services except any amounts for capital outlay (i.e., for personal services or other objects used in contract construction or government employee construction of permanent structures and for acquisition of property and equipment). In these data, payments to other public school systems is a component of “Current Spending” and are reported at the individual unit level only. This expenditure is excluded from the state totals tables to avoid double-counting. Payments to other governments (cities, counties, and states) are included in both individual and state totals displays. This is distinct from the Census of Governments classification methodology and terminology in that payments to other school systems are considered “Intergovernmental Expenditures” and thus distinct from “Current Operations”. Instruction Expenditure This item relates to the instruction function (Function 1000) defined in the NCES publication, “Financial Accounting for Local and State School Systems, 2004.” Instruction expenditure covers expenditure for regular, special, and vocational programs offered in both the regular school year and summer school. It excludes instructional support, student support, and other support activities, as well as adult education, community services, and student enterprise activities. Since not all states prescribe the use of the above financial accounting handbook and its definition of instruction for their school systems, some interstate disparities exist. For example, some state accounting systems do not include fixed charges for employee benefits, group insurance, worker's compensation, retirement, or unemployment compensation in “instruction.” Refer to Appendix B for descriptions of how the Census Bureau has dealt with these differences. Capital Outlay This category refers to the direct expenditure by public school systems for construction of buildings and roads; purchases of equipment, land, and existing structures; and for payments on capital leases. Amounts for additions, replacements, and major alterations to fixed works and structures are included. However, expenditure for maintenance and minor repairs to buildings and equipment is classified as current spending.

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Indebtedness Indebtedness data in this report pertain to debt issued in the name of an independent school district or by the parent government for a dependent school system, however debt issued by some school building authorities and municipalities for the construction of education facilities is excluded. Also excluded is general obligation debt not issued distinctly for the support of schools, such as in the District of Columbia and Hawaii. Cash and Security Holdings Cash and security holdings of dependent school systems are excluded from this report as these holdings cannot be separated from the assets of their parent governments. Data Collection M ethodology The Census Bureau has made arrangements with state government departments of education to use data from existing finance information collection systems where the data are compatible with this survey's categories. Every state department of education obtains information annually on a wide variety of financial data from elementary-secondary school systems by requiring reports or conducting surveys. The Census Bureau is able to gain access to this information through cooperative agreements with each state as summarized below: 1. Data compiled or reformatted by Census Bureau staff from state education agency electronic data files (23 states). Data reformatted by state education agency staff into survey categories before electronically transmitting or mailing data to the Census Bureau (27 states and DC).

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A single office or database in the departments of education did not always have all of the information needed for this survey. In these instances, other sources – most often different state offices – supplied information to supplement the basic data. The most common types of data needing supplementation were school lunch finances, indebtedness, cash and security holdings, and capital fund transactions. Enrollment, Population, and Personal Income Data Unless otherwise noted in Appendix B, the enrollments used to calculate the per pupil amounts in Tables 8, 11, 14, and 17 represent Fall 2006 memberships collected by the NCES in its nonfiscal Common Core of Data (CCD) survey. Enrollments for “private charter schools,” state educational facilities, and federal school systems have been excluded. The population data contained in Table 18 were obtained from the Census Bureau's State Population Estimates. The personal income data in Table 18, which were used to calculate the data for Table 12, were taken from the U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis’s Survey of Current Business. Dates of Collection October 2007 January 2008 February 2008 March 2008 April 2009 July 2009 Supplemental letter mailout Initial mailout Follow-up mailout Begin data processing Data editing complete Released to Census Bureau Internet

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SURVEY M ETHODOLOGY The data in this survey are for all public elementary and secondary systems centrally collected from each state. The survey cycle begins in January when states begin submitting data for the previous fiscal year. The data collection process is typically completed by April of the following year. The information included is intended to provide a complete picture of a government's financial activity. All revenue (by source), expenditure (by function and object), indebtedness, and cash and security holdings are requested. The inclusion of all financial transactions, except for interfund transfers and some fiduciary activities, allows for effective review and editing. It enables respondents and Census Bureau staff to take a global view of government finance and to perform basic cash flow logic checks. The Census Bureau has attempted to identify all central sources for public elementary-secondary finance data. Most of these sources exist at the state government level. Many state agencies, especially state education agencies, collect financial data for the local units within their domains. The collection arrangements have a number of distinct advantages. First, because the Census Bureau is able to use data from state government data systems, the response burden on local school system administrators is lessened. Second, the close relationship between local school systems and state departments of education minimizes nonresponse. The extensive use of central collection of elementary-secondary finance data requires the maintenance of state-specific crosswalks that define the state data items which comprise each of the items reported by the Census Bureau. In an effort to eliminate keying and response errors, several edit checks are made. These checks identify cash and debt flow problems, significant current year/prior year differences, illogical salary/current spending relationships, out-of-scope per pupil expenditure, and other peculiarities. Census Bureau staff resolve edit and other problems by rechecking data sources for entry errors, reviewing state and other reports that contain the same type of information, and making follow-up calls to state and local officials. Financial data for school systems were summed to create state aggregates. Census Bureau staff reviewed the state aggregates for consistency with prior year information. The state aggregates were also compared with the financial data collected in the National Public Education Financial Survey by the NCES and state totals released by state education agencies. During the review of state aggregates, Census Bureau technical staff requested assistance from state officials and the NCES to resolve differences. Most of these differences involved the inclusion of state payments on behalf of local education agencies in state education agency and the NCES totals. The state education agencies and the NCES furnished information about these payments that enabled the Census Bureau to provide state source revenue and current spending categories shown in Tables 1 through 8 and 11 through 17. DATA QUALITY Although the data in this publication are not subject to sampling error since the Census Bureau attempts to contact every school system, the data are subject to various nonsampling errors, such as coverage error, nonresponse error, keying error, and classification error. An incomplete listing of all school systems in the United States would result in coverage error: The Census Bureau tries to mitigate coverage error by performing checks against various other sources of school system data: the NPEFS state totals, NCES listing, and the Census Bureau’s Government Integrated Directory. W e also request information from the State Department of Education in each state. Nonresponse error results from incomplete responses to items on the forms. In order to produce a complete data set, the Census Bureau attempts to call back the respondents, use an alternative source for the data, or imputes for missing data by pulling forward prior year data. Various other nonsampling errors include response error which results from inaccurate reporting of the data, keying error which results from mistakes when entering the data, and from classification error which results from placing the data in the wrong categories. All of these errors are mitigated by editing of the individual unit data. Both the central collector and Census Bureau perform data quality checks.

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LIM ITATIONS OF DATA Finance amounts presented in this report are statistical in nature and do not represent an accounting statement. Therefore, a difference between a school system's revenue and expenditure does not indicate a “budget” surplus or deficit. Large capital outlay expenditure, debt issuance or retirement, and changes in cash and security holdings are all factors that have important influences on the balance between revenue and expenditure. In spite of efforts to identify and resolve errors, some mistakes and inconsistencies in official reporting and processing have undoubtedly escaped detection. Other inconsistencies have been detected and are published with the caveats shown in Appendix B. They arise from the fact that each state education agency collects a different level of detail. Although states generally collect much more detail than what the Census Bureau collects, there are instances when certain states cannot provide some of the items requested. The use of different financial accounting handbooks by the state education agencies also causes inconsistencies in the data. Effective for the FY 1992 survey, the Census Bureau requested that respondents for elementary-secondary finances report state revenue according to the following program categories: general formula assistance, compensatory and basic skills, special education, staff improvement, vocational, capital outlay/debt service, bilingual education, transportation, and school lunch. Users should be able to make valid comparisons of this detail when examining school systems within a given state. However, because the content of state aid programs greatly varies among the states, this information may not be comparable when making comparisons between school systems in different states. For example, state monies for special education and compensatory education may be in specific categorical aid programs in one state but be part of general formula assistance in another state. CONCERNING DERIVED STATISTICS Derived statistics such as per pupil expenditure and per pupil revenue are calculated using the enrollment reported on the NCES 2006-07 CCD Nonfiscal Survey. Amounts per $1000 of personal income are calculated using personal income reported on the Bureau of Economic Analysis 2006 Survey of Current Business. An analysis based on rankings or per capita statistics can be misleading and misinterpreted because of subtle yet important differences in state and local government organization and economic structure. For example, using total taxes or per capita taxes as a measure of tax burden on the citizens of that state can be misleading because different states use different approaches to taxation, comparing only the total taxes collected by each state is not enough to understand the economic impact of those states’ taxes; one must also understand how those taxes are collected. Comparing taxes across states can be difficult. The Census Bureau’s statistics on tax revenue reflect taxes a state collects from activity within the state, not necessarily from its people within a state. Alaska, for instance, does not have general sale taxes or individual income taxes, but it does collect severance taxes from companies that extract oil and natural gas. Like Alaska, Florida also does not collect individual income taxes, but unlike Alaska, Florida instead relies heavily on a general sales tax, which, because of its tourist industry, is partially supported by visitors from outside Florida. In that sense, both Alaska and Florida use “exported taxes” – taxes collected from people or organizations that may reside outside their state. Similarly, ranking expenditures totals or comparing per capita expenditures are equally challenging since some states directly administer activities that, in other states, are undertaken by local governments, with or without state fiscal aid. The share of government sector financial totals contributed by a state government, therefore, differs materially from one state to another. For example, comparing a state's direct expenditures on transportation programs may lead to inaccurate conclusions since all cash assistance payments to school systems may vary per state. Due to the varying content of individual state aid programs, this information should not be used to compare the fiscal commitments of the states to the objectives of the specific programs. Thus a strict ranking or per capita analysis that does not take into account these structural relationships between the state government and the local governments within each state can lead to an invalid analysis and incorrect conclusion. ACKNOW LEDGM ENTS The generous cooperation of state education agency personnel is gratefully acknowledged. The time and effort extended by these individuals made it possible to produce this report while imposing a minimum burden on local school officials. The Census Bureau also appreciates the dedication of local school officials in providing accurate fiscal data to their state education agencies.

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M EANING OF ABBREVIATIONS AND SYM BOLS The abbreviations and symbols in the tables have the following meanings: Represents zero or rounds to zero. (NA) Not available. LEA Local Education Agency.

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Figure 1a. Percent Distribution of Total Public Elementary-Secondary School System Revenue: 2006-07 Total: $556.9 billion

Federal sources 8.3%

Local sources 44.1% State sources 47.6%

Federal sources State sources Local sources

Figure 1b. Percent Distribution of Total Public Elementary-Secondary School System Local Revenue: 2006-07 Total: $245.6 billion

Other local sources 9.0% Current charges 5.8%

Taxes and appropriations Current charges Other local sources Taxes and appropriations 85.2%

SOURCE: 2007 Census of Governments Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems. Data are not subject to sampling error, but for information on nonsampling error and definitions, see the Introduction. Data users who create their own estimates from these tables should cite the U.S. Census Bureau as the source of the original data only.

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Figure 2. Percent Distribution of Total Public Elementary-Secondary School System Expenditure: 2006-07 Total: $559.8 billion

Capital outlay 11.4% Other 3.1% Capital outlay Other Current spending

Current spending 85.4%

Figure 3. Percent Distribution of Public Elementary-Secondary School System Current Spending by Function Total: $478.2 billion

Support services 34.6% Instruction Other current spending Instruction 60.3% Other current spending 5.2% Support services

SOURCE: 2007 Census of Governments Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems. Data are not subject to sampling error, but for information on nonsampling error and definitions, see the Introduction. Data users who create their own estimates from these tables should cite the U.S. Census Bureau as the source of the original data only.

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Figure 4. Elementary-Secondary Per Pupil Current Spending Amounts by State: 2006-07
NY NJ DC VT WY CT MA RI AK DE MD ME PA HI NH WI VA MI OH United States WV IL MN CA NE GA MT ND OR KS IN LA IA NM SC MO FL AL WA KY AR CO NV SD NC TX MS OK AZ TN ID UT

15,981 15,691 14,324 13,471 13,217 12,979 12,738 12,612 12,300 11,829 11,724 11,387 11,098 11,060 10,723 10,267 10,210 9,912 9,799 9,666 9,611 9,555 9,539 9,152 9,141 9,127 9,078 9,022 9,000 8,988 8,938 8,928 8,769 8,635 8,533 8,529 8,514 8,391 8,377 8,309 8,284 8,167 7,993 7,944 7,883 7,818 7,473 7,420 7,196 7,113 6,625 5,683

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14,000

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SOURCE: 2007 Census of Governments Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems. Data are not subject to sampling error, but for information on nonsampling error and definitions,see the Introduction. Data users who create their own estimates from these tables should cite the U.S. Census Bureau as the source of the original data only.

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Table 1.

Summary of Public School System Finances for Elementary-Secondary Education by State: 2006-07

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text of the "Public Education Finances" report.) SOURCE: 2007 Census of Governments Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems. Data are not subject to sampling error, but for information on nonsampling error and definitions, see introductory text. Data users who create their own estimates from these tables should cite the U.S. Census Bureau as the source of the original data only. Elementary-secondary revenue Geographic area Total United States................... Alabama............................ Alaska................................ Arizona.............................. Arkansas............................ California........................... Colorado............................ Connecticut........................ Delaware........................... District of Columbia........... Florida................................ Georgia.............................. Hawaii................................ Idaho.................................. Illinois................................. Indiana............................... Iowa................................... Kansas............................... Kentucky............................ Louisiana........................... Maine................................. Maryland............................ Massachusetts................... Michigan............................ Minnesota.......................... Mississippi......................... Missouri............................. Montana............................. Nebraska........................... Nevada.............................. New Hampshire................. New Jersey........................ New Mexico....................... New York........................... North Carolina................... North Dakota..................... Ohio................................... Oklahoma.......................... Oregon............................... Pennsylvania..................... Rhode Island..................... South Carolina................... South Dakota..................... Tennessee......................... Texas................................. Utah................................... Vermont............................. Virginia............................... Washington........................ West Virginia..................... Wisconsin.......................... Wyoming............................
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Elementary-secondary expenditure 1 From local sources 245,625,089 2,307,506 465,958 3,526,658 599,827 20,542,754 3,798,907 5,072,223 469,429 1,013,658 14,825,257 8,364,412 47,848 469,988 13,832,563 4,194,428 2,336,224 1,795,662 1,990,030 2,876,625 1,159,967 6,321,352 7,221,727 6,730,040 2,645,014 1,284,053 4,468,669 571,122 1,838,660 1,458,547 1,427,385 13,410,089 467,628 24,449,820 4,395,824 496,004 10,879,745 2,057,700 2,168,493 13,788,643 1,105,086 3,318,754 587,972 3,439,779 23,844,017 1,330,052 75,356 7,170,522 3,185,872 866,776 4,288,387 642,077 Current spending 478,174,091 6,373,753 1,633,863 7,038,060 3,963,185 58,807,697 6,518,465 7,425,983 1,375,037 970,467 23,127,743 14,933,565 2,061,560 1,746,064 20,272,699 9,310,375 4,258,849 4,220,992 5,433,168 5,933,891 2,281,573 10,009,647 12,723,983 17,206,537 8,160,803 3,708,620 7,932,558 1,315,957 2,627,678 3,403,085 2,200,205 22,434,942 2,833,325 45,422,550 11,213,139 877,302 18,009,346 4,947,646 5,107,117 20,350,728 1,994,727 6,088,811 967,039 7,031,989 35,602,992 2,954,550 1,280,088 12,542,467 8,640,378 2,738,951 9,027,263 1,132,679 Capital outlay 64,065,052 687,816 257,723 1,436,714 517,241 10,058,842 1,083,411 913,165 245,757 167,103 5,992,654 2,271,958 138,044 163,583 2,082,140 887,670 647,628 427,238 755,710 618,284 91,361 1,170,502 876,703 1,629,007 1,074,228 379,581 925,265 100,592 378,827 731,227 208,008 1,997,462 396,529 4,216,048 1,166,854 90,844 2,595,974 502,002 293,730 2,533,079 20,234 1,290,372 105,370 593,354 6,654,163 579,188 70,359 1,473,546 1,624,443 228,873 467,948 246,698

Debt outstanding at end of fiscal year 349,646,724 3,942,469 1,114,167 4,437,049 2,615,005 40,616,256 7,018,100 2,321,856 523,590 16,363,427 5,674,320 1,306,983 16,250,077 3,327,083 1,993,675 3,598,833 4,196,092 2,756,952 770,797 3,052,097 5,638,676 19,441,902 8,954,887 1,518,752 5,961,088 354,307 1,569,030 4,626,390 1,031,604 8,854,519 1,052,116 28,674,894 7,502,887 222,490 10,221,744 1,279,396 6,429,417 23,862,891 671,346 9,286,906 549,821 4,484,307 50,658,481 2,052,482 320,814 7,117,885 8,769,673 320,385 6,277,996 60,810 Cash and securities 183,050,623 2,700,551 2,800,957 1,064,158 30,938,240 4,447,229 46,826 173,539 10,508,513 6,599,018 888,694 12,754,394 2,635,544 1,305,717 1,489,881 1,472,462 2,834,696 128,316 187,752 4,460,195 4,879,041 1,423,826 4,750,470 681,950 1,434,513 2,019,344 270,598 3,240,087 1,299,211 7,030,489 299,774 8,642,071 1,238,291 2,559,426 8,615,428 2,930 3,814,374 591,456 54,140 33,646,756 1,542,102 46,301 3,935,285 481,701 2,683,772 430,605

From Federal sources 46,433,892 689,072 282,270 953,912 483,689 7,200,297 529,854 386,553 102,114 134,700 2,489,027 1,475,463 256,696 202,977 1,862,627 765,168 390,585 346,441 677,570 1,234,006 198,101 661,677 754,202 1,541,818 546,789 712,846 730,811 190,631 298,196 277,849 137,058 991,769 444,466 3,269,310 1,184,934 150,165 1,461,326 650,579 526,411 1,821,479 165,167 680,718 174,096 805,633 4,423,644 343,915 97,086 890,144 801,339 353,571 574,090 111,051

From state sources 264,801,609 4,070,949 1,052,357 4,204,391 3,319,032 42,333,590 3,307,016 3,299,175 1,071,957 11,578,932 7,907,177 2,681,049 1,338,182 7,805,362 5,224,450 2,279,228 2,894,033 3,557,084 2,911,249 1,081,891 4,684,827 6,485,380 11,383,198 6,267,914 2,214,700 3,641,310 702,476 992,032 2,266,751 936,882 10,101,279 2,360,542 22,845,772 7,481,148 355,662 9,341,723 2,782,356 2,917,634 8,593,421 817,792 3,120,414 371,645 3,342,186 15,952,564 1,977,900 1,236,210 5,796,043 6,339,782 1,677,212 5,175,386 722,364

Total 559,852,377 7,189,784 1,938,755 8,710,325 4,594,295 70,487,984 7,958,362 8,492,978 1,640,404 1,137,570 29,849,892 17,370,350 2,199,604 1,960,472 23,045,881 11,210,164 4,995,051 4,812,504 6,350,413 6,654,144 2,417,964 11,305,987 13,930,189 19,690,696 9,734,710 4,158,733 9,118,954 1,429,766 3,073,412 4,342,827 2,449,978 24,875,402 3,271,230 50,732,236 12,794,086 982,428 21,180,588 5,498,730 5,622,397 23,857,420 2,049,374 7,713,920 1,093,459 7,785,255 45,807,489 3,616,409 1,365,537 14,509,788 10,653,288 2,981,223 9,827,392 1,382,578

Other 2 17,613,234 128,215 47,169 235,551 113,869 1,621,445 356,486 153,830 19,610 729,495 164,827 50,825 691,042 1,012,119 88,574 164,274 161,535 101,969 45,030 125,838 329,503 855,152 499,679 70,532 261,131 13,217 66,907 208,515 41,765 442,998 41,376 1,093,638 414,093 14,282 575,268 49,082 221,550 973,613 34,413 334,737 21,050 159,912 3,550,334 82,671 15,090 493,775 388,467 13,399 332,181 3,201

556,860,590 7,067,527 1,800,585 8,684,961 4,402,548 70,076,641 7,635,777 8,757,951 1,643,500 1,148,358 28,893,216 17,747,052 2,985,593 2,011,147 23,500,552 10,184,046 5,006,037 5,036,136 6,224,684 7,021,880 2,439,959 11,667,856 14,461,309 19,655,056 9,459,717 4,211,599 8,840,790 1,464,229 3,128,888 4,003,147 2,501,325 24,503,137 3,272,636 50,564,902 13,061,906 1,001,831 21,682,794 5,490,635 5,612,538 24,203,543 2,088,045 7,119,886 1,133,713 7,587,598 44,220,225 3,651,867 1,408,652 13,856,709 10,326,993 2,897,559 10,037,863 1,475,492

Duplicative interschool system transactions are excluded. Includes payments to state and local governments, and interest on school system indebtedness.

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Note: This information represents financial data for public independent and dependent school systems. It includes state payments made on behalf of public school systems and excludes financial transactions of public nonschool entities. See Appendix B for a description of state-specific reporting anomalies. Cash and security holdings of dependent school systems are excluded as these holdings cannot be separated from the assets of their parent governments. Expenditure for adult education, community services, and other nonelementary-secondary programs are included under "Current spending" but are excluded from the per pupil data displayed in Tables 8, 11, 14, and 17.

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Table 2.

Revenue From Federal Sources for Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems by State: 2006-07

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text of the "Public Education Finances" report.) SOURCE: 2007 Census of Governments Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems. Data are not subject to sampling error, but for information on nonsampling error and definitions, see introductory text. Data users who create their own estimates from these tables should cite the U.S. Census Bureau as the source of the original data only. Distributed through state Geographic area Total United States.................... Alabama............................. Alaska................................. Arizona............................... Arkansas............................ California............................ Colorado............................. Connecticut........................ Delaware............................ District of Columbia............ Florida................................ Georgia............................... Hawaii................................. Idaho.................................. Illinois................................. Indiana................................ Iowa.................................... Kansas............................... Kentucky............................. Louisiana............................ Maine.................................. Maryland............................. Massachusetts................... Michigan............................. Minnesota........................... Mississippi.......................... Missouri.............................. Montana............................. Nebraska............................ Nevada............................... New Hampshire.................. New Jersey......................... New Mexico........................ New York............................ North Carolina.................... North Dakota...................... Ohio.................................... Oklahoma........................... Oregon............................... Pennsylvania...................... Rhode Island...................... South Carolina.................... South Dakota...................... Tennessee.......................... Texas.................................. Utah.................................... Vermont.............................. Virginia............................... Washington........................ West Virginia...................... Wisconsin........................... Wyoming............................
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Direct Federal aid Other and Impact aid Total 1 3,547,132 20,199 148,767 158,703 24,485 461,387 50,104 41,039 1,246 168,846 66,198 50,631 17,127 103,705 13,786 25,735 20,037 48,207 86,520 8,738 82,252 45,053 150,762 48,062 42,987 55,894 58,669 46,988 19,924 6,067 19,309 131,583 27,934 20,384 47,033 96,935 79,963 38,788 213,661 5,190 5,332 59,879 39,412 370,633 27,144 7,634 110,821 108,018 11,078 38,340 15,943 only 1,155,249 4,019 112,286 146,867 587 71,611 20,085 1,246 11,942 30,268 47,518 7,092 23,695 893 952 20,037 9,056 2,945 14,027 2,587 13,727 2,811 23,466 48,422 15,122 3,745 19,309 77,054 22,435 15,468 29,165 41,764 2,366 5,082 3,575 3,075 48,828 5,166 108,974 7,752 725 45,598 57,500 12,475 13,932

Compensatory Total 42,886,760 668,873 133,503 795,209 459,204 6,738,910 479,750 345,514 102,114 133,454 2,320,181 1,409,265 206,065 185,850 1,758,922 751,382 364,850 326,404 629,363 1,147,486 189,363 579,425 709,149 1,391,056 498,727 669,859 674,917 131,962 251,208 257,925 130,991 972,460 312,883 3,241,376 1,164,550 103,132 1,364,391 570,616 487,623 1,607,818 159,977 675,386 114,217 766,221 4,053,011 316,771 89,452 779,323 693,321 342,493 535,750 95,108 (Title I) 11,295,616 214,840 40,928 251,161 117,791 1,995,300 146,023 101,627 28,909 72,077 670,613
(2)

Special education 9,749,352 167,448 28,848 147,670 107,879 1,712,796 143,023 113,589 24,993 14,306 564,232
(2)

Child nutrition 9,317,194 189,099 26,855 196,328 121,534 1,291,389 96,276 73,698 20,963 13,319 542,179 422,180 38,591 48,990 355,054 176,199 77,597 91,786 172,113 192,352 31,583 122,531 140,319 237,915 114,007 169,354 169,022 20,796 48,383 64,115 18,362 184,912 753 501,111 345,414 13,450 247,262 147,247 97,047 293,607 24,524 182,213 18,876 220,958 1,137,972 81,830 11,265 179,092 152,913 63,974 118,487 11,398

Vocational 622,194 17,015 3,057 18,225 8,808 68,117 6,664 7,166 3,703 3,800 41,245
(2)

nonspecified 11,902,404 80,471 33,815 181,825 103,192 1,671,308 87,764 49,434 23,546 29,952 501,912 987,085 70,217 40,837 376,320 153,991 73,323 142,485 457,250 502,170 33,432 94,121 99,719 324,079 94,095 203,280 108,608 30,405 72,729 50,384 48,166 209,674 134,262 859,697 819,136 22,600 641,901 94,482 103,132 375,293 49,613 127,283 30,852 126,849 948,954 90,457 24,781 102,357 125,761 167,475 91,454 30,476

46,433,892 689,072 282,270 953,912 483,689 7,200,297 529,854 386,553 102,114 134,700 2,489,027 1,475,463 256,696 202,977 1,862,627 765,168 390,585 346,441 677,570 1,234,006 198,101 661,677 754,202 1,541,818 546,789 712,846 730,811 190,631 298,196 277,849 137,058 991,769 444,466 3,269,310 1,184,934 150,165 1,461,326 650,579 526,411 1,821,479 165,167 680,718 174,096 805,633 4,423,644 343,915 97,086 890,144 801,339 353,571 574,090 111,051

57,755 47,412 535,208 180,784 62,393 90,507
(2)

36,629 44,996 463,109 229,161 144,978
(2) (2)

2,873 3,615 29,231 11,247 6,559 1,626
(2)

267,331 45,291 177,637 218,079 441,527 107,921 178,489 182,129 43,868 59,228 73,675 29,369 251,980 100,126 1,224,483
(2)

173,449 76,597 174,703 240,053 362,633 181,675 112,267 201,484 33,759 66,791 63,756 31,274 318,981 73,048 617,588
(2)

12,184 2,460 10,433 10,979 24,902 1,029 6,469 13,674 3,134 4,077 5,995 3,820 6,913 4,694 38,497
(2)

37,425
(2)

26,875 439,222 137,543 124,779 421,247 35,708 174,358 25,994 198,900 752,037 90,671 21,520 241,874 202,985
(2)

2,782 36,006 32,366 8,367 31,794 3,908 12,732 739 20,763 47,051 5,809 2,440 19,898 7,827
(2)

158,978 154,298 485,877 46,224 178,800 37,756 198,751 1,166,997 48,004 29,446 236,102 203,835 111,044 158,917 28,701

161,794 22,130

5,098 2,403

Includes amounts not shown separately.

Amounts are combined in "Other and nonspecified" Federal aid distributed through the state.

Note: See Appendix B for a description of state-specific reporting anomalies. State and national totals in this table are lower than the actual totals for these Federal programs. This information includes only the revenue received by public school systems and excludes monies received by nonpublic school system organizations such as state agencies and private entities. The value of school lunch commodities is also excluded.

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Table 3.

Revenue From State Sources for Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems by State: 2006-07

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text of the "Public Education Finances" report.) SOURCE: 2007 Census of Governments Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems. Data are not subject to sampling error, but for information on nonsampling error and definitions, see introductory text. Data users who create their own estimates from these tables should cite the U.S. Census Bureau as the source of the original data only. Other and nonspecified state aid 50,349,756 273,678 85,237 516,479 954,713 12,586,838 87,497 989,608 277,338 6,113,734 985,339 260,562 185,828 1,000,585 118,338 206,499 103,421 566,753 151,879 18,843 466,281 1,451,903 330,917 518,626 39,883 1,095,895 171,347 62,116 1,464,574 76,386 1,177,278 147,565 6,985,937 153,412 43,571 1,469,573 834,085 185,835 2,041,519 51,826 1,326,040 2,122 226,516 1,375,970 674,568 28,296 622,941 939,113 423,333 269,740 209,419 State payments on behalf of LEA 10,124,534 97,848 875,530 486,891 236,618 663 844,157 651,057 168,659 806,972 205,440 446,143 1,282,754 12,606 1,921,091 92,596 32,757 65,402 95,355 8,493 1,516,942 36,845 239,715 -

Geographic area Total United States.............................. Alabama....................................... Alaska........................................... Arizona......................................... Arkansas....................................... California...................................... Colorado....................................... Connecticut................................... Delaware...................................... District of Columbia...................... Florida........................................... Georgia......................................... Hawaii........................................... Idaho............................................. Illinois............................................ Indiana.......................................... Iowa.............................................. Kansas.......................................... Kentucky....................................... Louisiana...................................... Maine............................................ Maryland....................................... Massachusetts.............................. Michigan....................................... Minnesota..................................... Mississippi.................................... Missouri........................................ Montana........................................ Nebraska...................................... Nevada......................................... New Hampshire............................ New Jersey................................... New Mexico.................................. New York...................................... North Carolina.............................. North Dakota................................ Ohio.............................................. Oklahoma..................................... Oregon.......................................... Pennsylvania................................ Rhode Island................................ South Carolina.............................. South Dakota................................ Tennessee.................................... Texas............................................ Utah.............................................. Vermont........................................ Virginia.......................................... Washington................................... West Virginia................................ Wisconsin..................................... Wyoming....................................... 264,801,609 4,070,949 1,052,357 4,204,391 3,319,032 42,333,590 3,307,016 3,299,175 1,071,957 11,578,932 7,907,177 2,681,049 1,338,182 7,805,362 5,224,450 2,279,228 2,894,033 3,557,084 2,911,249 1,081,891 4,684,827 6,485,380 11,383,198 6,267,914 2,214,700 3,641,310 702,476 992,032 2,266,751 936,882 10,101,279 2,360,542 22,845,772 7,481,148 355,662 9,341,723 2,782,356 2,917,634 8,593,421 817,792 3,120,414 371,645 3,342,186 15,952,564 1,977,900 1,236,210 5,796,043 6,339,782 1,677,212 5,175,386 722,364

Formula assistance 176,809,923 3,389,988 912,933 3,654,784 1,901,347 23,898,726 3,038,820 1,306,780 725,467 3,525,155 6,685,220 1,980,801 1,076,975 4,671,938 4,404,036 2,048,189 2,295,052 2,179,507 2,735,984 857,591 2,493,160 3,501,932 9,816,535 4,808,631 2,106,136 2,266,264 504,760 756,370 697,021 835,363 3,414,378 2,113,099 12,716,651 7,235,140 268,483 7,490,603 1,867,239 2,714,500 4,792,276 700,564 906,813 316,989 3,115,281 13,059,652 976,794 1,033,973 4,445,135 4,519,062 982,306 4,552,575 512,945

Compensatory programs 6,343,552 89,729 23,419 151,075 1,394,663 24,300 7,800 6,665 11,918 9,661 731,695 301,209 254,042 28,706 8,276 4,080 2,286,630 176 378,383 20,691 55,906 183,203 851 26,078 233,577 107,671 3,148 -

Special education 15,744,344 889 306 197,703 2,986,396 116,367 431,097 400 1,277,603 388,420 2,066 665,343 36,663 2,273 326,901 23,386 17 327,414 898,927 616,290 3,337 99,064 4,545 173,499 99,899 978,745 3,143,184 22,514 983,249 313,123 42,789 183,436 126,702 423,768 512,792 7,290 327,947 -

Vocational programs 952,723 9,403 16,346 4,846 22,076 2,826 179,406 7,861 8,561 45,474 2,426 3,419 3,105 684 35,610 9,994 36,638 27,650 1,022 1,177 12,527 39,106 4,573 3,164 27,584 55,703 251,716 401 389 54,331 9,624 70,622 4,459 -

Transportation programs 4,476,777 316,665 54,187 586,591 42,256 57,673 68,752 483,034 35,605 64,089 571,200 12 9,187 747 220,134 248,107 60,331 152,437 12,526 47 284,051 99,702 16,521 17,299 664,768 44,164 62,693 770 261,144 16,961 25,124 -

Note: See Appendix B for a description of state-specific reporting anomalies. Due to the varying content of individual state aid programs, this information should not be used to compare the fiscal commitments of the states to the objectives of the specific programs shown in this table.

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Table 4.

Revenue From Local Sources for Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems by State: 2006-07

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text of the "Public Education Finances" report.) SOURCE: 2007 Census of Governments Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems. Data are not subject to sampling error, but for information on nonsampling error and definitions, see introductory text. Data users who create their own estimates from these tables should cite the U.S. Census Bureau as the source of the original data only. Parent government contribution 41,741,315 371,546 2,234 768,274 4,561,214 989,261 617,040 5,761,227 5,678,917 2,731 204,451 827,057 8,292,930 3,802,555 979,704 2,193,691 6,678,469 10,014 Nonschool local government 5,414,969 628,882 66,504 4,992 267,981 18,717 360,531 246,235 1,996 68 55,975 68,103 5,262 103,580 24,099 28,382 5,276 918,387 22,354 129,182 13,049 155,437 118,323 19,613 249 186 227,281 245,527 14,922 150,458 166,081 114,066 154,533 123,479 2,883 644,765 66,237 599 712 11,531 14,372 64,486 149,674 Tuition and transportation charges 1,182,784 4,087 370 2,324 8,284 55,247 65,028 3,933 527 10,924 26,900 5,140 40,810 13,533 13,385 9,027 8,523 10,688 5,747 23,761 93,515 45,912 80,659 5,744 23,293 3,168 1,504 5,470 7,130 110,892 2,495 40,896 10,333 709 79,961 42,316 20,344 71,418 893 9,698 1,882 7,364 73,114 12,473 1,479 48,646 62,801 3,787 6,394 256

Geographic area Total United States....................... Alabama................................ Alaska.................................... Arizona.................................. Arkansas................................ California............................... Colorado................................ Connecticut............................ Delaware............................... District of Columbia............... Florida.................................... Georgia.................................. Hawaii.................................... Idaho...................................... Illinois..................................... Indiana................................... Iowa....................................... Kansas................................... Kentucky................................ Louisiana............................... Maine..................................... Maryland................................ Massachusetts....................... Michigan................................ Minnesota.............................. Mississippi............................. Missouri................................. Montana................................. Nebraska............................... Nevada.................................. New Hampshire..................... New Jersey............................ New Mexico........................... New York............................... North Carolina....................... North Dakota......................... Ohio....................................... Oklahoma.............................. Oregon................................... Pennsylvania......................... Rhode Island......................... South Carolina....................... South Dakota......................... Tennessee............................. Texas..................................... Utah....................................... Vermont................................. Virginia................................... Washington............................ West Virginia......................... Wisconsin.............................. Wyoming................................ 245,625,089 2,307,506 465,958 3,526,658 599,827 20,542,754 3,798,907 5,072,223 469,429 1,013,658 14,825,257 8,364,412 47,848 469,988 13,832,563 4,194,428 2,336,224 1,795,662 1,990,030 2,876,625 1,159,967 6,321,352 7,221,727 6,730,040 2,645,014 1,284,053 4,468,669 571,122 1,838,660 1,458,547 1,427,385 13,410,089 467,628 24,449,820 4,395,824 496,004 10,879,745 2,057,700 2,168,493 13,788,643 1,105,086 3,318,754 587,972 3,439,779 23,844,017 1,330,052 75,356 7,170,522 3,185,872 866,776 4,288,387 642,077

Property taxes 155,329,981 894,496 2,763,689 315,399 13,899,019 2,966,531 388,680 11,819,564 5,349,636 347,497 12,208,171 3,004,521 1,552,873 1,366,300 1,322,024 968,877 473,492 5,405,103 1,523,775 931,982 3,338,128 344,271 1,444,097 1,171,059 1,125,768 10,942,173 339,839 14,133,942 397,158 8,637,065 1,436,362 1,605,429 10,558,344 91,794 2,520,260 483,751 20,792,427 1,083,942 1,618 2,413,144 756,187 3,784,467 427,127

Other taxes 6,847,588 34,744 1,965 327,515 47,029 1,673,105 1,155 448,898 352,543 1,542,496 19,259 173,281 138,935 3,349 39,692 284,721 1,693,619 38,709 17,469 1,990 920 114 6,080

School lunch charges 6,934,547 134,687 12,059 117,101 54,732 571,252 96,835 125,793 16,744 737 379,503 222,520 19,142 29,742 272,072 204,781 105,305 86,839 107,190 46,575 37,221 129,386 158,682 229,972 191,771 54,331 152,606 18,457 59,567 38,706 43,107 294,475 25,296 304,879 257,312 21,399 304,265 77,949 59,374 331,003 20,945 92,859 25,128 129,231 617,828 59,442 17,437 242,782 123,333 25,067 171,414 15,714

Other charges 6,147,621 185,328 15,184 125,797 83,188 484,557 219,232 4,218 867 6,324 731,226 271,296 562 5,361 213,657 170,282 41,656 21,869 13,670 5,004 2,456 174,061 33,369 293,844 176,414 99,483 221,475 33,940 66,771 84,999 3,663 223,163 21,266 100,056 65,290 23,251 563,214 185,365 96,860 42,025 2,025 145,424 8,372 311,362 290,948 8,524 4,293 14,475 153,656 9,915 85,957 2,427

Other local revenue 22,026,284 425,282 66,799 449,009 131,267 4,168,909 385,535 16,534 63,138 16,809 1,884,040 574,720 26,148 82,180 1,041,878 732,053 168,845 208,047 161,981 274,603 18,735 232,917 338,857 732,855 543,213 157,474 404,449 52,963 108,173 154,715 43,080 785,048 78,732 1,291,898 260,334 38,565 860,061 149,627 272,420 937,701 9,725 388,325 48,487 153,366 2,003,463 165,072 47,827 186,150 420,487 57,334 165,655 40,799

Note: See Appendix B for a description of state-specific reporting anomalies. Revenue from other school systems are excluded to avoid double counting. Some data appear under local sources for Hawaii's state-operated school system for consistency with data presented for all other school systems. Refer to the introductory text of the "Public Education Finances" report for an explanation concerning tax revenue for dependent school systems.

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Table 5.

Percent Distribution of Elementary-Secondary Public School System Revenue by Source and State: 2006-07

(For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text of the "Public Education Finances" report.) SOURCE: 2007 Census of Governments Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems. Data are not subject to sampling error, but for information on nonsampling error and definitions, see introductory text. Data users who create their own estimates from these tables should cite the U.S. Census Bureau as the source of the original data only. Federal sources Geographic area Total United States......................... Alabama................................... Alaska...................................... Arizona..................................... Arkansas.................................. California.................................. Colorado.................................. Connecticut.............................. Delaware.................................. District of Columbia.................. Florida...................................... Georgia.................................... Hawaii...................................... Idaho........................................ Illinois....................................... Indiana..................................... Iowa......................................... Kansas..................................... Kentucky.................................. Louisiana.................................. Maine....................................... Maryland.................................. Massachusetts......................... Michigan................................... Minnesota................................ Mississippi................................ Missouri.................................... Montana................................... Nebraska.................................. Nevada..................................... New Hampshire....................... New Jersey.............................. New Mexico............................. New York................................. North Carolina.......................... North Dakota............................ Ohio......................................... Oklahoma................................. Oregon..................................... Pennsylvania............................ Rhode Island............................ South Carolina......................... South Dakota........................... Tennessee............................... Texas....................................... Utah......................................... Vermont................................... Virginia..................................... Washington.............................. West Virginia............................ Wisconsin................................. Wyoming..................................
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Local sources Taxes and parent government contribution 36.6 13.1 20.6 31.8 7.2 21.4 39.5 52.1 23.6 86.1 40.9 39.6 17.3 51.9 29.5 40.0 27.1 26.9 35.8 44.7 49.4 39.3 27.5 16.1 22.7 39.7 23.5 50.6 29.3 53.2 48.0 10.4 44.4 29.1 39.6 41.1 26.2 28.6 50.6 51.3 35.9 44.2 28.9 47.0 29.7 .3 48.2 23.4 26.1 37.8 29.4

Total

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Compensatory (Title I) 2.0 3.0 2.3 2.9 2.7 2.8 1.9 1.2 1.8 6.3 2.3 1.9 2.4 2.3 1.8 1.2 1.8 3.8 1.9 1.5 1.5 2.2 1.1 4.2 2.1 3.0 1.9 1.8 1.2 1.0 3.1 2.4 3.7 2.9 2.7 2.0 2.2 2.5 3.3 2.6 2.6 1.3 2.1 1.7 2.0 3.8 1.6 1.9

Total

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Formula assistance 31.8 48.0 50.7 42.1 43.2 34.1 39.8 14.9 44.1 12.2 37.7 66.3 53.6 19.9 43.2 40.9 45.6 35.0 39.0 35.1 21.4 24.2 49.9 50.8 50.0 25.6 34.5 24.2 17.4 33.4 13.9 64.6 25.1 55.4 26.8 34.5 34.0 48.4 19.8 33.6 12.7 28.0 41.1 29.5 26.7 73.4 32.1 43.8 33.9 45.4 34.8

Total

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Other local governments 1.0 8.9 .8 .1 .4 .2 4.1 1.4 .1 .2 .7 .1 2.1 .4 .4 .2 6.4 .1 1.4 .3 1.8 8.1 .6 .9 .5 1.5 .7 3.0 2.0 .6 1.7 .3 8.5 .1 .1 .1 .5 .6 10.1

Charges 2.6 4.6 1.5 2.8 3.3 1.6 5.0 1.5 1.1 .7 3.9 2.9 .7 2.0 2.2 3.8 3.2 2.3 2.1 .9 1.9 2.8 2.0 2.9 4.7 3.8 4.5 3.8 4.1 3.2 2.2 2.6 1.5 .9 2.5 4.5 4.4 5.6 3.1 1.8 1.1 3.5 3.1 5.9 2.2 2.2 1.6 2.2 3.3 1.3 2.6 1.2

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

8.3 9.7 15.7 11.0 11.0 10.3 6.9 4.4 6.2 11.7 8.6 8.3 8.6 10.1 7.9 7.5 7.8 6.9 10.9 17.6 8.1 5.7 5.2 7.8 5.8 16.9 8.3 13.0 9.5 6.9 5.5 4.0 13.6 6.5 9.1 15.0 6.7 11.8 9.4 7.5 7.9 9.6 15.4 10.6 10.0 9.4 6.9 6.4 7.8 12.2 5.7 7.5

47.6 57.6 58.4 48.4 75.4 60.4 43.3 37.7 65.2 40.1 44.6 89.8 66.5 33.2 51.3 45.5 57.5 57.1 41.5 44.3 40.2 44.8 57.9 66.3 52.6 41.2 48.0 31.7 56.6 37.5 41.2 72.1 45.2 57.3 35.5 43.1 50.7 52.0 35.5 39.2 43.8 32.8 44.0 36.1 54.2 87.8 41.8 61.4 57.9 51.6 49.0

44.1 32.6 25.9 40.6 13.6 29.3 49.8 57.9 28.6 88.3 51.3 47.1 1.6 23.4 58.9 41.2 46.7 35.7 32.0 41.0 47.5 54.2 49.9 34.2 28.0 30.5 50.5 39.0 58.8 36.4 57.1 54.7 14.3 48.4 33.7 49.5 50.2 37.5 38.6 57.0 52.9 46.6 51.9 45.3 53.9 36.4 5.3 51.7 30.8 29.9 42.7 43.5

Includes amounts not shown separately.

Note: See Appendix B for a description of state-specific reporting anomalies. Revenue from other school systems are excluded to avoid double counting. Some data appear under local sources for Hawaii's state-operated school system for consistency with data presented for all other school systems.

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Table 6.

Current Spending of Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems by State: 2006-07

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text of the "Public Education Finances" report.) SOURCE: 2007 Census of Governments Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems. Data are not subject to sampling error, but for information on nonsampling error and definitions, see introductory text. Data users who create their own estimates from these tables should cite the U.S. Census Bureau as the source of the original data only. All functions Salaries Employee and wages benefits 286,899,194 3,613,653 855,641 4,333,706 2,445,417 35,810,628 4,135,602 4,387,806 765,897 534,588 13,559,472 9,448,458 1,169,359 1,084,240 12,458,419 5,270,389 2,734,810 2,607,547 3,504,225 3,438,472 1,297,066 6,196,751 7,035,849 9,358,528 5,013,482 2,230,266 5,003,347 765,356 1,577,420 2,014,373 1,262,543 12,520,926 1,722,506 26,288,947 7,504,075 540,283 10,670,569 2,781,699 2,741,605 11,396,113 1,129,892 3,728,809 578,427 4,371,516 24,065,728 1,725,663 727,854 8,020,948 5,436,853 1,517,477 4,824,931 691,063 95,570,210 1,422,522 405,523 1,194,979 634,828 11,385,665 967,088 1,573,657 339,626 68,287 4,116,612 3,058,656 419,684 353,395 3,556,856 2,621,848 832,772 636,283 1,111,822 1,281,507 520,982 2,173,004 3,002,104 4,450,062 1,472,562 693,505 1,259,605 225,384 478,112 679,889 450,996 5,146,207 504,270 10,481,270 1,762,799 149,487 3,762,695 767,883 1,294,109 4,318,482 474,594 1,068,493 156,227 1,239,946 4,081,397 721,038 262,887 2,744,870 1,697,573 781,265 2,516,930 249,973 Instruction Salaries and wages 193,890,696 2,377,491 559,509 2,836,287 1,612,909 23,277,983 2,677,358 3,085,608 531,715 284,767 8,590,073 6,498,708 747,615 750,322 8,450,551 3,543,815 1,832,132 1,732,385 2,294,639 2,305,077 913,013 4,169,441 4,847,542 6,035,985 3,533,550 1,496,438 3,381,944 524,008 1,097,381 1,288,369 923,301 8,251,377 1,140,934 19,916,074 5,146,903 375,745 6,811,600 1,857,206 1,803,245 7,930,149 763,131 2,455,665 399,514 3,074,164 16,272,634 1,194,473 505,182 5,322,562 3,582,810 985,798 3,455,531 446,083 Support services Salaries Total and wages
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Geographic area Total United States............... Alabama........................ Alaska............................ Arizona.......................... Arkansas....................... California....................... Colorado........................ Connecticut................... Delaware....................... District of Columbia....... Florida........................... Georgia.......................... Hawaii............................ Idaho............................. Illinois............................ Indiana........................... Iowa............................... Kansas.......................... Kentucky........................ Louisiana....................... Maine............................. Maryland........................ Massachusetts.............. Michigan........................ Minnesota...................... Mississippi..................... Missouri......................... Montana........................ Nebraska....................... Nevada.......................... New Hampshire............. New Jersey.................... New Mexico................... New York....................... North Carolina............... North Dakota................. Ohio............................... Oklahoma...................... Oregon.......................... Pennsylvania................. Rhode Island................. South Carolina............... South Dakota................. Tennessee..................... Texas............................. Utah............................... Vermont......................... Virginia.......................... Washington................... West Virginia................. Wisconsin...................... Wyoming.......................
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Employee benefits 63,727,467 886,987 260,301 767,445 418,440 7,010,582 618,341 1,097,633 237,007 28,485 2,507,242 2,222,818 265,562 237,852 2,288,064 1,796,668 554,215 422,394 711,017 832,072 378,303 1,481,111 2,211,723 2,821,631 1,043,907 446,738 820,147 149,848 341,783 443,972 329,536 3,331,919 326,264 8,209,974 1,217,607 104,162 2,249,760 521,444 822,355 2,836,009 304,869 685,274 105,404 858,304 2,622,090 499,007 182,926 1,801,093 1,075,135 495,220 1,688,618 158,209

Employee benefits 28,427,035 438,054 135,011 395,747 192,320 3,859,129 317,149 432,132 96,480 36,880 1,393,761 627,829 128,683 102,754 1,188,269 771,338 254,116 189,312 352,303 385,686 128,776 646,445 744,743 1,560,136 335,396 203,941 368,021 68,793 125,606 216,496 114,904 1,581,363 163,893 2,197,797 489,605 40,789 1,368,289 217,432 440,696 1,209,148 167,971 335,989 45,288 326,676 1,250,691 197,586 75,201 852,639 569,803 245,266 754,670 86,033

All other functions 24,756,887 546,077 60,699 403,069 224,421 3,467,541 285,957 311,943 68,343 40,703 1,515,095 757,263 151,243 86,738 833,617 448,190 221,002 199,748 371,495 363,037 111,153 474,728 422,099 875,863 730,336 251,539 485,053 58,824 130,717 139,918 70,608 868,012 119,933 1,318,628 642,597 69,691 876,199 526,547 199,410 1,022,492 85,397 384,965 50,283 414,587 2,073,350 266,481 41,603 573,603 463,389 189,649 420,699 42,353

478,174,091 6,373,753 1,633,863 7,038,060 3,963,185 58,807,697 6,518,465 7,425,983 1,375,037 970,467 23,127,743 14,933,565 2,061,560 1,746,064 20,272,699 9,310,375 4,258,849 4,220,992 5,433,168 5,933,891 2,281,573 10,009,647 12,723,983 17,206,537 8,160,803 3,708,620 7,932,558 1,315,957 2,627,678 3,403,085 2,200,205 22,434,942 2,833,325 45,422,550 11,213,139 877,302 18,009,346 4,947,646 5,107,117 20,350,728 1,994,727 6,088,811 967,039 7,031,989 35,602,992 2,954,550 1,280,088 12,542,467 8,640,378 2,738,951 9,027,263 1,132,679

288,207,940 3,653,466 927,307 3,978,237 2,337,780 34,684,981 3,761,925 4,610,572 825,084 491,992 13,476,109 9,504,856 1,177,781 1,069,134 11,848,618 5,511,104 2,557,629 2,602,465 3,184,235 3,430,268 1,459,635 6,031,042 8,053,569 9,608,836 5,030,637 2,160,396 4,720,139 793,711 1,658,575 2,047,045 1,395,619 13,250,745 1,610,295 31,465,763 6,987,589 523,778 10,202,242 2,688,963 2,999,104 11,994,620 1,177,636 3,481,608 573,916 4,473,035 21,061,312 1,816,456 799,233 7,630,837 5,148,806 1,608,247 5,459,295 661,713

165,209,264 2,174,210 645,857 2,656,754 1,400,984 20,655,175 2,470,583 2,503,468 481,610 437,772 8,136,539 4,671,446 732,536 590,192 7,590,464 3,351,081 1,480,218 1,418,779 1,877,438 2,140,586 710,785 3,503,877 4,248,315 6,721,838 2,399,830 1,296,685 2,727,366 463,422 838,386 1,216,122 733,978 8,316,185 1,103,097 12,638,159 3,582,953 283,833 6,930,905 1,732,136 1,908,603 7,333,616 731,694 2,222,238 342,840 2,144,367 12,468,330 871,613 439,252 4,338,027 3,028,183 941,055 3,147,269 428,613

83,874,220 1,059,977 275,711 1,390,475 747,647 10,969,764 1,328,537 1,160,786 211,897 231,006 4,398,618 2,661,653 347,244 303,826 3,742,486 1,532,596 819,174 792,473 1,053,688 989,699 337,482 1,920,665 1,988,441 3,177,569 1,112,005 635,698 1,423,545 224,298 432,707 662,167 312,334 3,999,602 544,816 5,774,576 2,125,944 143,224 3,527,383 821,281 882,237 3,154,963 363,139 1,130,835 160,688 1,112,722 7,049,216 477,539 208,158 2,450,715 1,738,364 449,745 1,283,952 230,953

Includes amounts not shown separately.

Note: See Appendix B for a description of state-specific reporting anomalies. Payments to other school systems are excluded from this table. Expenditure for adult education, community services, and other nonelementary-secondary programs are included under "Total" current spending and "All other functions", but are excluded in the per pupil data displayed in Tables 8, 11, 14, and 17.

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Table 7.

Support Services Expenditure for Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems by Function and State: 2006-07

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text of the "Public Education Finances" report.) SOURCE: 2007 Census of Governments Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems. Data are not subject to sampling error, but for information on nonsampling error and definitions, see introductory text. Data users who create their own estimates from these tables should cite the U.S. Census Bureau as the source of the original data only. Other and nonspecified support services 16,240,188 128,759 59,995 354,698 104,727 2,869,773 432,344 167,253 83,163 43,885 632,406 492,580 50,804 33,455 668,441 385,168 129,071 101,912 124,016 160,978 37,569 282,742 275,721 756,810 223,841 78,012 170,759 31,618 76,220 227,244 21,110 489,861 70,832 1,226,353 288,615 22,274 828,188 141,196 311,653 951,432 44,056 187,337 33,480 112,207 1,246,937 62,737 29,872 196,418 303,141 44,800 402,263 41,462

Geographic area Total United States.......................... Alabama................................... Alaska....................................... Arizona..................................... Arkansas.................................. California.................................. Colorado................................... Connecticut.............................. Delaware.................................. District of Columbia.................. Florida...................................... Georgia..................................... Hawaii....................................... Idaho........................................ Illinois....................................... Indiana...................................... Iowa.......................................... Kansas..................................... Kentucky................................... Louisiana.................................. Maine........................................ Maryland................................... Massachusetts......................... Michigan................................... Minnesota................................. Mississippi................................ Missouri.................................... Montana................................... Nebraska.................................. Nevada..................................... New Hampshire........................ New Jersey............................... New Mexico.............................. New York.................................. North Carolina.......................... North Dakota............................ Ohio.......................................... Oklahoma................................. Oregon..................................... Pennsylvania............................ Rhode Island............................ South Carolina.......................... South Dakota............................ Tennessee................................ Texas........................................ Utah.......................................... Vermont.................................... Virginia..................................... Washington.............................. West Virginia............................ Wisconsin................................. Wyoming.................................. 165,209,264 2,174,210 645,857 2,656,754 1,400,984 20,655,175 2,470,583 2,503,468 481,610 437,772 8,136,539 4,671,446 732,536 590,192 7,590,464 3,351,081 1,480,218 1,418,779 1,877,438 2,140,586 710,785 3,503,877 4,248,315 6,721,838 2,399,830 1,296,685 2,727,366 463,422 838,386 1,216,122 733,978 8,316,185 1,103,097 12,638,159 3,582,953 283,833 6,930,905 1,732,136 1,908,603 7,333,616 731,694 2,222,238 342,840 2,144,367 12,468,330 871,613 439,252 4,338,027 3,028,183 941,055 3,147,269 428,613

Pupil support services 24,999,293 330,684 101,792 476,376 185,037 2,680,299 292,411 450,157 69,993 55,060 1,048,586 682,480 240,925 95,608 1,289,283 423,571 242,517 194,065 231,907 254,466 87,416 433,941 839,755 1,261,095 213,671 168,610 374,264 73,206 121,548 120,190 153,967 2,193,974 270,471 1,294,536 655,854 35,789 1,062,637 312,327 352,795 1,012,623 224,648 425,729 51,222 247,333 1,741,993 100,787 95,004 597,725 569,084 97,283 398,709 65,890

Instructional staff support services 22,908,069 304,572 91,129 200,443 280,819 3,599,657 343,335 242,834 18,664 60,921 1,514,718 772,855 68,883 78,560 923,577 287,926 195,901 183,628 296,985 307,178 84,334 543,932 767,574 836,753 361,742 175,494 357,596 50,398 91,292 99,514 69,588 757,918 81,713 1,231,263 432,984 27,308 1,138,748 184,802 208,662 773,447 91,035 408,390 42,450 378,789 1,940,155 128,471 50,006 822,764 380,594 110,433 432,293 75,042

General administration 8,818,022 163,579 23,738 103,254 95,651 544,874 111,061 148,829 15,005 14,647 218,681 190,175 19,979 38,081 661,177 171,792 114,780 113,068 120,622 147,719 45,108 98,409 165,362 337,316 235,238 106,178 241,079 39,122 92,206 64,217 75,798 488,317 59,877 762,251 178,875 39,558 478,356 137,664 70,120 606,814 23,533 79,069 33,712 142,140 534,951 32,713 30,342 179,054 102,201 69,100 229,937 22,693

School administration 25,924,753 386,398 97,486 355,395 212,502 3,827,762 440,149 415,012 77,122 53,037 1,282,387 878,084 136,602 99,070 1,042,230 529,637 255,083 247,648 296,541 314,258 122,554 673,231 534,626 995,366 326,219 209,004 431,154 71,889 142,014 222,097 122,696 1,033,967 210,419 1,743,246 717,108 41,386 965,999 255,845 320,830 826,339 96,394 343,428 46,346 390,196 1,965,218 175,294 87,385 730,017 513,167 144,767 458,058 62,091

Operation and maintenance of plant 45,914,868 565,174 216,328 849,008 377,279 5,662,466 658,045 717,260 132,849 132,499 2,498,186 1,065,929 179,079 160,873 2,007,267 1,022,752 388,187 413,176 494,235 617,635 233,176 956,633 1,169,771 1,797,446 605,108 393,619 776,036 136,017 245,807 343,204 195,307 2,163,868 294,020 3,695,752 883,657 80,695 1,648,661 542,608 424,738 2,026,925 165,520 562,445 102,097 621,091 4,060,534 269,681 105,343 1,194,204 807,255 279,305 864,667 111,451

Pupil transportation 20,404,071 295,044 55,389 317,580 144,969 1,470,344 193,238 362,123 84,814 77,723 941,575 589,343 36,264 84,545 998,489 530,235 154,679 165,282 313,132 338,352 100,628 514,989 495,506 737,052 434,011 165,768 376,478 61,172 69,299 139,656 95,512 1,188,280 115,765 2,684,758 425,860 36,823 808,316 157,694 219,805 1,136,036 86,508 215,840 33,533 252,611 978,542 101,930 41,300 617,845 352,741 195,367 361,342 49,984

Note: See Appendix B for a description of state-specific reporting anomalies. Payments to other school systems are excluded from this table. Expenditure for adult education, community services, and other nonelementary-secondary programs are also excluded.

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Table 8. Per Pupil Amounts for Current Spending of Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems by State: 2006-07
(Dollars. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text of the "Public Education Finances" report.) SOURCE: 2007 Census of Governments Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems. Data are not subject to sampling error, but for information on nonsampling error and definitions, see introductory text. Data users who create their own estimates from these tables should cite the U.S. Census Bureau as the source of the original data only. Instruction Geographic area Total United States................... Alabama............................. Alaska................................ Arizona............................... Arkansas............................ California............................ Colorado............................ Connecticut........................ Delaware............................ District of Columbia............ Florida................................ Georgia.............................. Hawaii................................ Idaho.................................. Illinois................................. Indiana............................... Iowa................................... Kansas............................... Kentucky............................ Louisiana............................ Maine................................. Maryland............................ Massachusetts................... Michigan............................. Minnesota.......................... Mississippi.......................... Missouri.............................. Montana............................. Nebraska............................ Nevada............................... New Hampshire................. New Jersey........................ New Mexico....................... New York........................... North Carolina.................... North Dakota...................... Ohio................................... Oklahoma........................... Oregon............................... Pennsylvania...................... Rhode Island...................... South Carolina................... South Dakota..................... Tennessee......................... Texas................................. Utah................................... Vermont............................. Virginia............................... Washington........................ West Virginia...................... Wisconsin........................... Wyoming............................
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Support services Employee benefits 1,316 1,193 1,969 791 882 1,125 782 1,974 2,067 500 944 1,365 1,469 905 1,087 1,736 1,147 901 1,100 1,256 1,955 1,739 2,340 1,659 1,279 904 899 1,039 1,190 1,050 1,659 2,427 995 2,980 860 1,079 1,279 816 1,465 1,569 2,062 977 870 877 581 990 2,011 1,476 1,048 1,760 1,940 1,861 Pupil support 516 445 770 491 390 430 370 810 610 967 395 419 1,333 364 612 409 502 414 359 384 452 510 889 742 262 341 410 507 423 284 775 1,598 825 470 463 371 604 489 629 560 1,519 607 423 253 386 200 1,044 490 555 346 458 775 Staff General School support administration administration 473 410 689 207 592 578 434 437 163 1,070 570 475 381 299 439 278 405 392 459 464 436 639 812 492 443 355 392 349 318 235 350 552 249 447 306 283 648 289 372 428 616 582 350 387 430 255 550 674 371 393 497 882 182 220 180 106 202 87 140 268 131 257 82 117 111 145 314 166 238 241 187 223 233 116 175 198 288 215 264 271 321 152 382 356 183 277 126 410 272 215 125 336 159 113 278 145 119 65 334 147 100 246 264 267 535 520 737 366 448 614 557 746 673 931 483 539 756 377 495 512 528 528 459 474 633 791 566 585 400 423 473 498 495 525 618 753 642 633 506 429 549 400 572 457 652 490 383 399 435 348 961 598 500 515 526 730

Salaries and wages 5,923 4,862 6,472 4,468 5,153 5,747 5,229 7,892 6,679 9,388 5,105 5,802 6,470 4,124 5,916 5,094 5,661 5,560 5,421 5,192 6,702 7,276 7,445 5,503 6,142 4,513 5,485 5,305 5,494 4,765 6,356 9,121 5,254 9,542 5,299 5,594 6,067 4,353 4,885 6,305 7,642 5,315 4,774 4,468 5,332 3,423 8,001 6,572 5,298 5,395 5,542 8,127

Employee benefits 1,973 1,914 3,068 1,232 1,338 1,827 1,223 2,830 2,962 1,199 1,550 1,878 2,322 1,344 1,689 2,534 1,724 1,357 1,720 1,935 2,692 2,552 3,177 2,617 1,804 1,403 1,381 1,562 1,665 1,608 2,271 3,749 1,538 3,804 1,245 1,548 2,140 1,202 2,306 2,389 3,210 1,523 1,289 1,267 904 1,430 2,890 2,249 1,654 2,777 2,891 2,940

Total 1 5,867 4,911 7,014 4,102 4,920 5,508 4,748 7,988 7,149 6,226 5,074 5,816 6,517 4,066 5,627 5,326 5,294 5,547 4,926 5,179 7,268 7,082 7,846 5,650 6,163 4,372 5,174 5,502 5,776 4,842 6,701 9,137 4,912 11,042 4,935 5,423 5,517 4,208 5,280 6,608 7,334 4,908 4,736 4,572 4,666 3,604 8,269 6,248 5,018 5,717 6,271 7,782

Salaries and wages 4,003 3,199 4,232 2,924 3,399 3,735 3,385 5,550 4,637 5,001 3,234 3,991 4,137 2,854 4,013 3,425 3,792 3,694 3,550 3,480 4,717 4,896 5,129 3,549 4,329 3,028 3,707 3,632 3,822 3,047 4,648 6,011 3,480 7,229 3,635 3,891 3,873 2,906 3,213 4,388 5,161 3,500 3,297 3,142 3,605 2,370 5,553 4,361 3,492 3,504 3,969 5,246

Total 1 3,410 2,925 4,886 2,739 2,952 3,315 3,124 4,503 4,200 7,688 3,063 2,869 4,053 2,245 3,605 3,239 3,064 3,025 2,905 3,232 3,673 4,114 4,495 3,952 2,940 2,624 2,990 3,212 2,920 2,876 3,695 6,058 3,365 4,587 2,530 2,939 3,941 2,711 3,401 4,058 4,949 3,167 2,830 2,192 2,762 1,729 4,829 3,554 2,951 3,345 3,615 5,040

9,666 8,391 12,300 7,196 8,284 9,152 8,167 12,979 11,829 14,324 8,514 9,127 11,060 6,625 9,555 8,938 8,769 8,988 8,309 8,928 11,387 11,724 12,738 9,912 9,539 7,473 8,529 9,078 9,141 7,993 10,723 15,691 8,635 15,981 7,883 9,022 9,799 7,420 9,000 11,098 12,612 8,533 7,944 7,113 7,818 5,683 13,471 10,210 8,377 9,611 10,267 13,217

Includes amounts not shown separately.

Note: See Appendix B for a description of state-specific reporting anomalies. Payments to other school systems are excluded from this table. Expenditure for adult education, community services, and other nonelementary-secondary programs are also excluded.

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Table 9. Capital Outlay and Other Expenditure of Public School Systems by State: 2006-07
(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text of the "Public Education Finances" report.) SOURCE: 2007 Census of Governments Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems. Data are not subject to sampling error, but for information on nonsampling error and definitions, see introductory text. Data users who create their own estimates from these tables should cite the U.S. Census Bureau as the source of the original data only. Capital outlay Geographic area Total United States...................... Alabama............................... Alaska................................... Arizona................................. Arkansas............................... California.............................. Colorado............................... Connecticut........................... Delaware.............................. District of Columbia.............. Florida................................... Georgia................................. Hawaii................................... Idaho..................................... Illinois.................................... Indiana.................................. Iowa...................................... Kansas.................................. Kentucky............................... Louisiana.............................. Maine.................................... Maryland............................... Massachusetts...................... Michigan............................... Minnesota............................. Mississippi............................ Missouri................................ Montana................................ Nebraska.............................. Nevada................................. New Hampshire.................... New Jersey........................... New Mexico.......................... New York.............................. North Carolina...................... North Dakota........................ Ohio...................................... Oklahoma............................. Oregon.................................. Pennsylvania........................ Rhode Island........................ South Carolina...................... South Dakota........................ Tennessee............................ Texas.................................... Utah...................................... Vermont................................ Virginia.................................. Washington........................... West Virginia........................ Wisconsin............................. Wyoming...............................
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Equipment Construction 50,316,586 551,362 184,172 1,117,137 226,033 8,595,031 800,343 818,731 238,823 144,785 4,734,248 1,776,922 71,175 135,864 1,577,322 515,427 511,555 171,593 562,361 446,678 52,636 921,342 341,141 1,170,874 849,344 234,921 623,980 73,074 201,484 610,250 148,948 1,657,403 309,991 3,711,293 1,093,242 59,824 2,158,716 358,338 200,541 2,268,184 6,802 1,029,850 79,091 402,049 5,524,076 270,559 44,385 817,252 1,300,215 167,557 261,877 187,785 Land and existing structures 4,842,105 48,045 37,984
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Instructional 2,225,963 7,014 8,319 157,480 25,734 36,945 54,525 32,189 1,887 11,943 15,221 47,547 37,863 10,502 118,564 12,348 24,241 95,882 53,160 53,941 12,975 47,280 66,447 52,189 49,080 47,909 50,099 4,205 27,952 40,658 15,494 24,646 3,430 150,896 41,668 10,103 126,395 37,015 7,247 107,178 9,746 36,890 13,219 62,056 152,160 26,720 9,500 89,567 19,453 7,942 57,416 13,123

Other 6,680,398 81,395 27,248 162,097 66,874 193,205 128,351 62,245 5,047 10,375 816,135 271,880 20,918 17,217 386,254 299,864 96,840 143,273 91,874 74,530 21,255 175,468 28,641 236,386 175,804 96,751 159,467 16,041 109,095 38,217 16,261 96,883 35,147 306,789 31,944 18,184 285,573 79,162 48,591 150,369 3,636 160,538 13,060 118,562 640,590 78,491 14,116 191,394 205,702 27,485 112,670 32,504

Interest on debt 14,776,939 128,215 47,169 235,551 106,730 1,617,116 343,628 153,830 19,610 729,495 163,040 50,825 691,042 118,002 88,574 150,542 161,535 101,969 45,030 125,838 329,503 855,152 439,641 70,532 261,131 13,217 66,842 208,515 41,765 385,829 41,376 1,093,638 414,093 10,900 404,945 49,082 221,160 904,655 34,413 321,046 21,050 159,912 2,119,954 82,595 15,090 493,775 388,467 13,239 234,480 3,201

Payments to other governments 2,836,295 7,139 4,329 12,858 1,787 894,117 13,732 60,038 65 57,169 3,382 170,323 390 68,958 13,691 1,430,380 76 160 97,701 -

64,065,052 687,816 257,723 1,436,714 517,241 10,058,842 1,083,411 913,165 245,757 167,103 5,992,654 2,271,958 138,044 163,583 2,082,140 887,670 647,628 427,238 755,710 618,284 91,361 1,170,502 876,703 1,629,007 1,074,228 379,581 925,265 100,592 378,827 731,227 208,008 1,997,462 396,529 4,216,048 1,166,854 90,844 2,595,974 502,002 293,730 2,533,079 20,234 1,290,372 105,370 593,354 6,654,163 579,188 70,359 1,473,546 1,624,443 228,873 467,948 246,698

198,600 1,233,661 100,192
(1) (1) (1)

427,050 175,609 8,088
(1) (1)

60,031 14,992 16,490 48,315 43,135 4,495 26,412 440,474 169,558
(1) (1)

91,719 7,272 40,296 42,102 27,305 218,530 47,961 47,070
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2,733 25,290 27,487 37,351 7,348 50 63,094
(1)

10,687 337,337 203,418 2,358 375,333 99,073 25,889 35,985 13,286

Amounts are included in construction.

Note: See Appendix B for a description of state-specific reporting anomalies. Payments to other school systems are excluded from this table.

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Table 10. Indebtedness and Debt Transactions of Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems by State: 2006-07
(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text of the "Public Education Finances" report.) SOURCE: 2007 Census of Governments Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems. Data are not subject to sampling error, but for information on nonsampling error and definitions, see introductory text. Data users who create their own estimates from these tables should cite the U.S. Census Bureau as the source of the original data only. Debt outstanding at end of fiscal year Geographic area Total United States.................................................................. Alabama............................................................................ Alaska............................................................................... Arizona.............................................................................. Arkansas........................................................................... California........................................................................... Colorado........................................................................... Connecticut....................................................................... Delaware........................................................................... District of Columbia........................................................... Florida............................................................................... Georgia............................................................................. Hawaii............................................................................... Idaho................................................................................. Illinois................................................................................ Indiana.............................................................................. Iowa.................................................................................. Kansas.............................................................................. Kentucky........................................................................... Louisiana........................................................................... Maine................................................................................ Maryland........................................................................... Massachusetts.................................................................. Michigan............................................................................ Minnesota......................................................................... Mississippi......................................................................... Missouri............................................................................. Montana............................................................................ Nebraska........................................................................... Nevada.............................................................................. New Hampshire................................................................ New Jersey....................................................................... New Mexico...................................................................... New York.......................................................................... North Carolina................................................................... North Dakota..................................................................... Ohio.................................................................................. Oklahoma.......................................................................... Oregon.............................................................................. Pennsylvania..................................................................... Rhode Island..................................................................... South Carolina.................................................................. South Dakota.................................................................... Tennessee........................................................................ Texas................................................................................ Utah.................................................................................. Vermont............................................................................ Virginia.............................................................................. Washington....................................................................... West Virginia..................................................................... Wisconsin.......................................................................... Wyoming...........................................................................
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Debt transactions Short-term 6,997,873 564 148,095 10,805 69,237 1,160,002 1,992 481 61,171 43,303 691,169 234,236 50 1,515 111,397 1,200,588 4,981 241,138 17,499 2,141,935 14,428 843,287 Long-term debt issued 62,589,842 1,267,295 254,018 881,389 362,520 7,942,854 1,210,917 135,116 67,540 3,235,057 2,473,910 287,327 2,293,652 169,426 356,144 398,393 795,597 225,885 21,314 416,323 518,454 2,085,219 1,180,776 251,010 939,113 78,959 114,919 1,206,967 71,059 483,911 196,135 3,072,588 2,133,134 316 1,949,463 383,180 1,228,817 4,467,167 166,617 1,762,902 73,575 666,826 13,256,016 514,159 32,595 771,080 1,152,344 1,027,642 10,222 Long-term debt retired 33,193,269 190,989 83,212 583,864 198,886 3,927,375 666,440 342,421 26,082 1,039,421 775,412 112,144 1,403,643 169,230 249,908 221,889 241,506 186,467 79,731 210,702 613,317 1,798,339 508,604 244,809 577,359 28,214 102,378 790,209 95,983 460,520 129,282 2,046,263 957,233 13,811 1,535,367 307,295 302,850 3,576,354 50,555 415,864 38,660 233,998 5,599,662 206,713 29,661 318,481 652,069 32,194 800,551 17,352

Long-term 342,648,851 3,942,469 1,114,167 4,437,049 2,614,441 40,616,256 7,018,100 2,321,856 523,590 16,363,427 5,526,225 1,296,178 16,180,840 2,167,081 1,991,683 3,598,352 4,196,092 2,756,952 770,797 2,990,926 5,595,373 18,750,733 8,720,651 1,518,752 5,961,038 354,307 1,567,515 4,626,390 1,031,604 8,743,122 1,052,116 27,474,306 7,502,887 217,509 9,980,606 1,279,396 6,429,417 23,845,392 671,346 9,286,906 549,821 4,484,307 48,516,546 2,052,482 320,814 7,103,457 8,769,673 320,385 5,434,709 60,810

349,646,724 3,942,469 1,114,167 4,437,049 2,615,005 40,616,256 7,018,100 2,321,856 523,590 16,363,427 5,674,320 1,306,983 16,250,077 3,327,083 1,993,675 3,598,833 4,196,092 2,756,952 770,797 3,052,097 5,638,676 19,441,902 8,954,887 1,518,752 5,961,088 354,307 1,569,030 4,626,390 1,031,604 8,854,519 1,052,116 28,674,894 7,502,887 222,490 10,221,744 1,279,396 6,429,417 23,862,891 671,346 9,286,906 549,821 4,484,307 50,658,481 2,052,482 320,814 7,117,885 8,769,673 320,385 6,277,996 60,810

Minor amounts of short-term indebtedness incurred by independent school systems are included in the long-term indebtedness figures and are not separately identifiable. Short-term indebtedness of dependent school systems in many cases cannot be distinguished from the total indebtedness of their parent government.

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Table 11. States Ranked According to Per Pupil Elementary-Secondary Public School System Finance Amounts: 2006-07
(Dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text of the "Public Education Finances" report.) SOURCE: 2007 Census of Governments Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems. Data are not subject to sampling error, but for information on nonsampling error and definitions, see introductory text. Data users who create their own estimates from these tables should cite the U.S. Census Bureau as the source of the original data only. Elementary-secondary revenue Rank From Federal Total Sources 959 US.......... 2,366 2,135 1,863 1,555 1,443 1,437 1,420 1,356 1,321 1,306 1,257 1,187 1,155 1,117 1,067 1,048 1,039 1,024 1,019 1,018 From state sources 5,466 US.......... From local sources 5,071 US.......... Total 1 9,666 US.......... 15,981 15,691 14,324 13,471 13,217 12,979 12,738 12,612 12,300 11,829 11,724 11,387 11,098 11,060 10,723 NY.......... NJ.......... VT.......... CT.......... MA.......... WY.......... RI.......... ME.......... DE.......... MD.......... AK.......... NH.......... PA.......... HI.......... WI.......... Total 1 5,867 US.......... 11,042 9,137 8,269 7,988 7,846 7,782 7,334 7,268 7,149 7,082 7,014 6,701 6,608 6,517 6,271 6,248 6,226 6,163 5,816 5,776 5,717 5,650 5,627 5,547 5,517 5,508 5,502 5,423 5,326 5,294 5,280 5,179 5,174 5,074 5,018 4,935 4,926 4,920 4,912 4,911 4,908 4,842 4,748 4,736 4,666 4,572 4,372 4,208 4,102 4,066 3,604 NY.......... NJ.......... VT.......... CT.......... WY.......... RI.......... MA.......... DC.......... MD.......... ME.......... NH.......... DE.......... PA.......... VA.......... MN.......... AK.......... HI.......... IL.......... GA.......... WI.......... ND.......... OH.......... NE.......... IA.......... CA.......... MO.......... KS.......... NC.......... MT.......... TX.......... KY.......... MI.......... WV.......... SC.......... WA.......... NM.......... LA.......... IN.......... AR.......... CO.......... SD.......... FL.......... OR.......... AL.......... TN.......... NV.......... MS.......... AZ.......... OK.......... ID.......... UT.......... Current spending Instruction Salaries only 4,003 US.......... 7,229 6,011 5,553 5,550 5,246 5,161 5,129 5,001 4,896 4,717 4,648 4,637 4,388 4,361 4,329 4,232 4,137 4,013 3,991 3,969 3,891 3,873 3,822 3,792 3,735 3,707 3,694 3,635 3,632 3,605 3,550 3,549 3,504 3,500 3,492 3,480 3,480 3,425 3,399 3,385 3,297 3,234 3,213 3,199 3,142 3,047 3,028 2,924 2,906 2,854 2,370 NY.......... NJ.......... MA.......... DE.......... RI.......... VT.......... CT.......... AK.......... ME.......... WI.......... WY.......... WV.......... MD.......... IN.......... MI.......... NH.......... PA.......... VA.......... HI.......... OR.......... GA.......... OH.......... MN.......... LA.......... AL.......... NE.......... IA.......... CA.......... KY.......... IL.......... ND.......... NV.......... WA.......... MT.......... NM.......... UT.......... SC.......... FL.......... ID.......... MS.......... KS.......... MO.......... AR.......... TN.......... SD.......... NC.......... OK.......... AZ.......... CO.......... TX.......... DC.......... Benefits only General administration School administration 535 961 931 791 756 753 746 737 730 673 652 642 633 633 618 614 598 585 572 566 557 549 539 528 528 526 525 520 515 512 506 500 498 495 495 490 483 474 473 459 457 448 435 429 423 400 400 399 383 377 366 348

US.......... 11,496 US.......... 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51
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1,316 US.......... 2,980 2,427 2,340 2,067 2,062 2,011 1,974 1,969 1,955 1,940 1,861 1,760 1,739 1,736 1,659 1,659 1,569 1,476 1,469 1,465 1,365 1,279 1,279 1,256 1,193 1,190 1,147 1,125 1,100 1,087 1,079 1,050 1,048 1,039 995 990 977 944 905 904 901 899 882 877 870 860 816 791 782 581 500 ND.......... NH.......... NJ.......... PA.......... VT.......... NE.......... IL.......... MN.......... SD.......... NY.......... OH.......... MT.......... CT.......... WY.......... MO.......... WI.......... DC.......... WV.......... KS.......... IA.......... ME.......... LA.......... AL.......... OK.......... MS.......... AR.......... MI.......... KY.......... NM.......... AK.......... MA.......... IN.......... RI.......... NV.......... VA.......... TN.......... ID.......... CO.......... DE.......... NC.......... OR.......... TX.......... GA.......... MD.......... SC.......... HI.......... AZ.......... WA.......... CA.......... FL.......... UT..........

182 US.......... 410 382 356 336 334 321 314 288 278 277 272 271 268 267 264 264 257 246 241 238 233 223 220 215 215 202 198 187 183 180 175 166 159 152 147 145 145 140 131 126 125 119 117 116 113 111 106 100 87 82 65 VT.......... DC.......... MD.......... HI.......... NJ.......... CT.......... AK.......... WY.......... DE.......... RI.......... NM.......... ME.......... NY.......... NH.......... CA.......... VA.......... MI.......... OR.......... MA.......... CO.......... OH.......... GA.......... KS.......... IA.......... WI.......... NV.......... AL.......... WV.......... IN.......... NC.......... WA.......... MT.......... IL.......... NE.......... SC.......... FL.......... LA.......... MO.......... KY.......... PA.......... AR.......... TX.......... ND.......... MS.......... OK.......... MN.......... TN.......... SD.......... ID.......... AZ.......... UT..........

DC.......... NY.......... NJ.......... WY.......... HI.......... CT.......... VT.......... MA.......... DE.......... RI.......... MD.......... AK.......... PA.......... ME.......... NH.......... OH.......... MN.......... MI.......... WI.......... VA.......... CA.......... IL.......... GA.......... NE.......... FL.......... KS.......... LA.......... ND.......... IA.......... WV.......... MT.......... SC.......... WA.......... OR.......... NM.......... IN.......... TX.......... MO.......... CO.......... KY.......... AL.......... NV.......... SD.......... AR.......... NC.......... AZ.......... OK.......... MS.......... TN.......... ID.......... UT..........

20,167 18,354 17,850 17,352 16,520 15,752 15,485 15,302 14,331 14,122 13,700 13,620 13,392 12,607 12,593 12,329 11,590 11,557 11,530 11,354 11,245 11,160 10,898 10,897 10,878 10,739 10,602 10,373 10,362 10,301 10,150 10,148 10,064 10,000 9,983 9,843 9,797 9,691 9,655 9,630 9,509 9,469 9,357 9,278 9,224 8,955 8,592 8,523 7,755 7,649 7,245

DC.......... AK.......... LA.......... ND.......... MS.......... SD.......... HI.......... NM.......... MT.......... WY.......... WV.......... NY.......... CA.......... RI.......... VT.......... KY.......... NE.......... ME.......... AR.......... OK..........

HI.......... 14,835 DC.......... 17,801 NY.......... VT.......... 13,589 NJ.......... 9,769 NJ.......... DE.......... 9,348 CT.......... 9,123 DC.......... WY.......... 8,495 NY.......... 8,875 VT.......... NY.......... 8,293 MA.......... 7,641 WY.......... AK.......... MN.......... NJ.......... NM.......... AR.......... MA.......... CA.......... MI.......... WA.......... KS.......... WV.......... WI.......... CT.......... ME.......... RI.......... 7,961 7,679 7,358 7,201 6,994 6,862 6,793 6,693 6,178 6,171 5,962 5,945 5,934 5,590 5,531 5,503 5,501 5,477 5,362 5,312 5,283 5,198 5,089 5,049 4,870 4,856 4,755 4,749 4,718 4,717 4,482 4,448 4,396 4,359 4,354 4,335 4,182 3,992 3,924 3,707 3,683 3,534 3,455 3,416 3,067 PA.......... WY.......... RI.......... MD.......... NH.......... IL.......... NE.......... OH.......... ME.......... VA.......... FL.......... TX.......... GA.......... ND.......... WI.......... MO.......... SD.......... IA.......... CO.......... SC.......... LA.......... DE.......... IN.......... MT.......... MI.......... OR.......... KS.......... AZ.......... AK.......... TN.......... NV.......... CA.......... MN.......... OK.......... WA.......... AL.......... NC.......... WV.......... KY.......... UT.......... MS.......... ID.......... NM.......... AR.......... VT.......... HI.......... 7,629 7,551 7,474 7,423 7,186 6,569 6,403 6,186 5,993 5,875 5,581 5,282 5,137 5,136 4,926 4,899 4,853 4,836 4,804 4,730 4,343 4,093 4,054 3,959 3,957 3,864 3,829 3,636 3,525 3,516 3,450 3,297 3,241 3,220 3,105 3,105 3,104 3,081 3,079 2,639 2,599 1,787 1,426 1,264 828 265 CT.......... MA.......... RI.......... AK.......... DE.......... MD.......... ME.......... PA.......... HI.......... NH..........

WI.......... 10,267 VA.......... VA.......... 10,210 DC.......... MI.......... 9,912 MN.......... OH.......... 9,799 GA.......... WV.......... 9,611 NE.......... IL.......... MN.......... CA.......... NE.......... GA.......... MT.......... ND.......... OR.......... KS.......... IN.......... LA.......... IA.......... NM.......... SC.......... MO.......... FL.......... AL.......... WA.......... KY.......... AR.......... CO.......... NV.......... SD.......... NC.......... TX.......... MS.......... OK.......... AZ.......... TN.......... ID.......... UT.......... 9,555 9,539 9,152 9,141 9,127 9,078 9,022 9,000 8,988 8,938 8,928 8,769 8,635 8,533 8,529 8,514 8,391 8,377 8,309 8,284 8,167 7,993 7,944 7,883 7,818 7,473 7,420 7,196 7,113 6,625 5,683 WV.......... MI.......... IL.......... KS.......... OH.......... CA.......... MT.......... ND.......... IN.......... IA.......... OR.......... LA.......... MO.......... FL.......... WA.......... NC.......... KY.......... AR.......... NM.......... AL.......... SC.......... NV.......... CO.......... SD.......... TX.......... TN.......... MS.......... OK.......... AZ.......... ID.......... UT..........

PA.......... 1,008 KY.......... AZ.......... 984 MD.......... TX.......... 980 AL.......... SC.......... 970 NV.......... OR.......... 938 OH.......... FL.......... AL.......... MI.......... GA.......... DE.......... IL.......... NC.......... OH.......... TN.......... IA.......... MO.......... MA.......... WA.......... MD.......... ID.......... IN.......... KS.......... VA.......... NJ.......... CT.......... NH.......... UT.......... CO.......... MN.......... WI.......... NV.......... 937 927 907 906 890 885 837 831 823 808 801 798 781 777 772 740 739 729 722 695 690 682 670 670 659 657 NC.......... OR.......... ID.......... IN.......... MT.......... GA.......... PA.......... VA.......... IA.......... NH.......... MS.......... SC.......... LA.......... FL.......... OK.......... AZ.......... CO.......... MO.......... UT.......... IL.......... ND.......... TX.......... NE.......... TN.......... SD.......... DC..........

Includes amounts not shown separately.

Note: See Appendix B for a description of state-specific reporting anomalies. Revenue from and payments to other school systems are excluded to avoid double counting. Expenditure for adult education, community services, and other nonelementary-secondary programs are also excluded. Some data appear under local sources for Hawaii's state-operated school system for consistency with data presented for all other school systems.

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Table 12. States Ranked According to Relation of Elementary-Secondary Public School System Finance Amounts to $1,000 Personal Income: 2006-07
(Dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text of the "Public Education Finances" report.) SOURCE: 2007 Census of Governments Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems. Data are not subject to sampling error, but for information on nonsampling error and definitions, see introductory text. Data users who create their own estimates from these tables should cite the U.S. Census Bureau as the source of the original data only. Elementary-secondary revenue Rank From Federal Total US.......... 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51
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Current spending Instruction

From state sources

From local sources 22.37 US.......... 33.15 30.68 30.25 29.43 29.02 28.88 28.87 28.77 28.19 28.18 27.79 27.70 27.47 27.36 25.71 25.54 24.20 24.18 24.05 23.56 23.36 23.12 22.35 22.18 20.82 20.65 20.23 20.18 19.45 18.87 17.97 17.68 17.62 17.61 17.59 17.51 17.17 16.37 16.29 16.04 15.40 15.11 14.25 14.21 13.21 AK.......... VT.......... NJ.......... WV.......... NY.......... ME.......... MI.......... WY.......... NM.......... GA.......... AR.......... RI.......... MS.......... OH.......... WI.......... SC.......... IN.......... MT.......... KS.......... PA.......... AL.......... NE.......... IA.......... KY.......... TX.......... MA.......... ND.......... LA.......... NH.......... HI.......... DE.......... OR.......... CT.......... MO.......... IL.......... VA.......... MD.......... OK.......... CA.......... ID.......... NC.......... MN.......... UT.......... SD.......... TN.......... Total 1 43.02 US.......... 62.71 58.35 55.00 53.56 53.23 53.22 50.68 50.54 49.78 49.50 49.27 49.08 47.09 46.90 46.58 46.37 45.91 44.59 44.30 44.11 44.06 43.80 43.61 43.29 42.95 42.49 42.47 42.44 42.23 42.23 41.33 41.07 41.04 41.03 41.01 40.62 40.61 40.57 39.70 39.25 39.11 38.87 37.90 37.86 35.65 35.01 34.99 34.98 34.35 33.83 27.68 NY.......... VT.......... AK.......... ME.......... NJ.......... WV.......... GA.......... WY.......... RI.......... AR.......... MI.......... WI.......... NM.......... NE.......... MS.......... IN.......... KS.......... MT.......... MA.......... OH.......... NH.......... SC.......... IA.......... PA.......... AL.......... KY.......... TX.......... CT.......... ND.......... MN.......... DE.......... MO.......... HI.......... VA.......... LA.......... MD.......... NC.......... OR.......... IL.......... ID.......... UT.......... CA.......... OK.......... TN.......... SD.......... NV.......... WA.......... FL.......... CO.......... AZ.......... DC.......... Total
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Salaries only 17.66 US.......... 23.52 23.16 21.59 21.58 21.53 20.40 20.20 20.06 20.06 19.81 19.53 19.13 19.08 18.90 18.86 18.50 18.32 18.31 18.20 18.15 18.03 18.01 18.01 17.84 17.83 17.77 17.64 17.59 17.40 17.34 17.22 17.14 16.96 16.91 16.79 16.54 16.25 16.14 16.10 15.89 15.80 15.79 15.75 15.71 14.58 14.56 14.23 14.22 13.35 12.85 8.27

Benefits only

General administration

School administration 2.36 4.01 3.76 3.70 2.99 2.92 2.89 2.89 2.87 2.79 2.74 2.73 2.67 2.66 2.65 2.64 2.63 2.63 2.60 2.59 2.56 2.55 2.51 2.45 2.42 2.39 2.39 2.39 2.38 2.37 2.36 2.34 2.34 2.32 2.31 2.30 2.27 2.26 2.23 2.19 2.12 2.09 2.06 2.02 2.00 1.92 1.82 1.81 1.79 1.78 1.63 1.54

sources 4.23 US..........

50.72 US.......... 69.43 66.36 64.59 63.08 60.58 59.71 59.09 58.96 57.55 57.54 57.41 57.34 55.14 54.80 53.82 53.71 53.09 52.92 52.34 52.31 52.21 51.53 50.55 50.40 50.18 49.90 49.88 49.86 48.83 48.66 48.48 48.47 48.31 48.14 47.89 47.45 47.23 46.98 46.62 45.76 45.31 45.31 45.15 44.59 43.54 43.22 42.02 41.48 40.57 38.87 33.34

24.12 US.......... 56.68 56.64 41.57 41.51 40.58 34.22 33.23 32.54 32.49 31.29 30.41 30.15 29.28 28.74 28.67 28.24 26.98 26.97 26.27 26.21 26.16 25.93 25.80 25.51 24.97 24.71 24.02 23.92 23.81 23.56 23.49 23.46 21.74 21.08 20.89 20.50 19.42 19.20 19.05 18.88 18.85 18.33 18.03 17.57 17.34 17.32 17.12 16.55 15.91 14.62 NJ.......... NE.......... PA.......... DC.......... TX.......... WY.......... NY.......... OH.......... IL.......... CT.......... GA.......... RI.......... NH.......... ME.......... MD.......... SC.......... MA.......... ND.......... IA.......... MO.......... VA.......... SD.......... WI.......... FL.......... IN.......... LA.......... MI.......... CO.......... MT.......... KS.......... AK.......... AZ.......... TN.......... OK.......... UT.......... OR.......... WV.......... MS.......... AL.......... KY.......... NC.......... NV.......... DE.......... CA.......... MN..........

26.25 US.......... 37.16 36.65 35.76 34.42 32.76 31.86 31.58 29.76 29.52 29.28 28.89 28.45 28.32 27.68 27.55 27.36 27.35 27.03 26.99 26.98 26.86 26.80 26.33 26.31 25.80 25.67 25.63 25.62 25.53 25.12 25.04 24.89 24.88 24.86 24.62 24.53 24.48 24.21 24.15 24.09 24.03 23.99 23.01 22.92 22.57 21.21 20.95 20.16 19.99 19.94 14.29 NY.......... VT.......... GA.......... AK.......... ME.......... NJ.......... AR.......... NM.......... WY.......... TX.......... WV.......... RI.......... MS.......... SC.......... IA.......... KY.......... ND.......... NE.......... KS.......... MI.......... NC.......... OH.......... WI.......... MT.......... MO.......... NH.......... MN.......... IN.......... PA.......... VA.......... IL.......... CT.......... MD.......... ID.......... AL.......... LA.......... MA.......... DE.......... CA.......... OK.......... UT.......... HI.......... TN.......... SD.......... WA.......... OR.......... CO.......... AZ.......... NV.......... FL.......... DC..........

5.80 US..........

.80 US.......... 1.93 1.54 1.46 1.39 1.37 1.35 1.35 1.33 1.33 1.33 1.27 1.27 1.21 1.20 1.20 1.19 1.18 1.18 1.17 1.15 1.06 1.06 1.05 1.02 1.01 .97 .92 .90 .86 .85 .83 .73 .67 .65 .63 .63 .61 .59 .59 .58 .57 .55 .52 .46 .43 .43 .42 .42 .40 .38 .33 VT.......... AK.......... NM.......... MI.......... GA.......... ME.......... HI.......... WV.......... WY.......... MD.......... AL.......... MS.......... AR.......... CA.......... SC.......... IN.......... IA.......... KS.......... OR.......... NJ.......... OH.......... NC.......... MT.......... RI.......... TX.......... KY.......... WI.......... VA.......... NE.......... NH.......... DE.......... CO.......... UT.......... CT.......... NV.......... MO.......... LA.......... ID.......... OK.......... IL.......... WA.......... NY.......... ND.......... TN.......... FL.......... SD.......... PA.......... MA.......... AZ.......... MN.......... DC..........

AK.......... WY.......... VT.......... HI.......... NJ.......... NY.......... MI.......... GA.......... NM.......... ME.......... WV.......... OH.......... AR.......... SC.......... TX.......... MS.......... PA.......... KS.......... RI.......... WI.......... NE.......... IA.......... IN.......... LA.......... KY.......... AL.......... DE.......... MT.......... ND.......... CT.......... CA.......... MA.......... UT.......... NH.......... IL.......... MD.......... MN.......... OK.......... MO.......... NC.......... OR.......... ID.......... VA.......... SD.......... AZ.......... FL.......... WA.......... NV.......... CO.......... TN.......... DC..........

AK.......... 10.89 VT.......... MS.......... 9.09 HI.......... LA.......... 8.86 AR.......... NM.......... 7.82 NM.......... ND.......... 7.32 AK.......... WV.......... SD.......... MT.......... AR.......... OK.......... KY.......... HI.......... TX.......... SC.......... WY.......... CA.......... NE.......... GA.......... AL.......... AZ.......... ME.......... MI.......... ID.......... UT.......... VT.......... OR.......... NC.......... RI.......... TN.......... IA.......... PA.......... DC.......... OH.......... NY.......... MO.......... IN.......... IL.......... FL.......... KS.......... WA.......... DE.......... WI.......... VA.......... NV.......... CO.......... MN.......... MD.......... NH.......... MA.......... NJ.......... CT.......... 7.01 6.85 6.49 6.06 5.57 5.46 5.42 5.38 5.24 4.99 4.98 4.98 4.90 4.87 4.78 4.67 4.64 4.57 4.55 4.45 4.25 4.15 4.14 4.13 4.02 4.00 3.91 3.86 3.86 3.85 3.80 3.80 3.72 3.64 3.26 3.10 2.99 2.90 2.88 2.82 2.73 2.69 2.64 2.53 2.45 2.15 MI.......... WV.......... DE.......... WY.......... MN.......... KS.......... ID.......... CA.......... AL.......... KY.......... MS.......... NY.......... WI.......... GA.......... NC.......... UT.......... IN.......... WA.......... ME.......... NJ.......... OH.......... SC.......... MT.......... OK.......... OR.......... NV.......... IA.......... MA.......... AZ.......... LA.......... RI.......... TX.......... MO.......... MD.......... VA.......... PA.......... CT.......... NH.......... CO.......... ND.......... FL.......... TN.......... NE.......... IL.......... SD.......... DC..........

AK.......... 10.04 ND.......... WV.......... 9.81 NE.......... NY.......... 9.70 NH.......... ME.......... 8.92 VT.......... IN.......... 8.92 WV.......... WI.......... MI.......... VT.......... NJ.......... RI.......... MA.......... GA.......... DE.......... WY.......... OR.......... UT.......... NH.......... AL.......... PA.......... CT.......... MD.......... LA.......... OH.......... VA.......... NM.......... KY.......... IA.......... NE.......... MS.......... HI.......... ID.......... SC.......... AR.......... MN.......... MT.......... ND.......... CA.......... IL.......... NV.......... OK.......... KS.......... TN.......... WA.......... MO.......... NC.......... SD.......... AZ.......... FL.......... CO.......... TX.......... DC.......... 8.80 8.48 8.39 8.24 7.64 7.41 7.39 7.19 7.11 6.64 6.60 6.34 6.26 6.22 6.10 6.02 5.97 5.95 5.87 5.74 5.73 5.70 5.70 5.70 5.61 5.36 5.27 5.24 5.21 5.10 5.08 4.85 4.66 4.60 4.46 4.44 4.40 4.37 4.32 4.27 4.15 3.85 3.75 3.29 3.19 .83 MS.......... IL.......... MT.......... PA.......... SD.......... MO.......... OH.......... NJ.......... WI.......... AR.......... KS.......... IA.......... OK.......... MN.......... AL.......... ME.......... LA.......... NM.......... WY.......... MI.......... KY.......... AK.......... NY.......... ID.......... IN.......... CT.......... TN.......... NV.......... TX.......... GA.......... NC.......... SC.......... CO.......... RI.......... VA.......... OR.......... MA.......... AZ.......... DE.......... UT.......... DC.......... HI.......... WA.......... MD.......... CA.......... FL..........

WA.......... 12.96 NV.......... ID.......... 10.59 AZ.......... NM.......... 8.22 WA.......... AR.......... 7.51 CO.......... VT.......... 3.46 FL.......... HI.......... 1.01 DC..........

Includes amounts not shown separately.

Note: See Appendix B for a description of state-specific reporting anomalies. Revenue from and payments to other school systems are excluded to avoid double counting. Expenditure for adult education, community services, and other nonelementary-secondary programs are also excluded. Some data appear under local sources for Hawaii's state-operated school system for consistency with data presented for all other school systems.

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Table 13. Public School System Finances for Elementary-Secondary Education by Enrollment-Size Groups: 2006-07
(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text of the "Public Education Finances" report.) SOURCE: 2007 Census of Governments Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems. Data are not subject to sampling error, but for information on nonsampling error and definitions, see introductory text. Data users who create their own estimates from these tables should cite the U.S. Census Bureau as the source of the original data only. School systems with enrollment of: 15,000 to 7,500 to 5,000 to 24,999 4,953,786 51,813,205 4,098,227 3,871,439 954,913 2,916,526 226,788 27,228,223 18,756,999 922,515 1,211,516 418,662 90,708 1,364,593 357,374 3,051,014 840,957 213,885 20,486,755 13,925,866 13,278,115 2,648,997 333,610 1,299,959 117,641 697,467 2,278,323 53,235,955 44,394,810 14,999 7,208,088 78,960,277 6,135,205 5,604,896 1,280,849 4,324,047 530,309 38,455,399 26,513,969 971,199 1,898,846 617,151 116,314 1,600,329 617,514 4,180,874 1,637,671 301,532 34,369,673 24,259,836 23,148,896 4,354,478 491,328 2,131,062 157,607 1,116,980 3,132,969 79,533,311 67,905,002 7,499 4,337,613 49,651,354 3,207,179 2,971,873 726,098 2,245,775 235,306 22,294,165 15,110,188 590,411 1,314,017 339,656 64,615 802,161 410,755 2,294,755 1,154,467 213,140 24,150,010 17,511,913 16,915,372 3,115,726 445,025 1,296,812 97,993 714,675 1,780,534 49,865,605 43,132,807

Item

All school systems

50,000 or more 10,085,707 120,549,116 11,469,486 10,853,173 2,351,309 8,501,864 616,313 55,129,091 32,957,909 1,256,340 4,025,071 807,130 208,586 1,694,874 731,768 11,386,548 1,313,653 747,212 53,950,539 27,710,726 26,679,512 18,675,459 521,842 2,339,357 145,138 1,042,501 4,703,155 121,661,783 101,818,820

25,000 to 49,999 6,438,347 67,829,109 5,933,056 5,581,705 1,319,173 4,262,532 351,351 33,948,184 23,291,747 1,307,235 1,682,046 458,373 110,030 1,218,634 496,647 3,896,356 1,084,183 402,933 27,947,869 18,667,250 17,365,969 3,795,182 747,691 1,669,116 115,775 813,353 3,068,630 68,837,122 57,229,050

3,000 to 4,999 5,577,346 64,812,602 4,546,302 4,209,321 948,885 3,260,436 336,981 28,903,651 19,409,889 502,690 1,786,235 432,734 83,681 1,319,456 570,910 2,940,089 1,540,423 317,544 31,362,649 22,344,748 21,434,083 4,341,326 772,542 1,711,718 136,461 921,056 2,192,315 64,046,772 55,728,760

under 3,000 9,840,586 123,244,927 11,044,437 9,794,353 1,735,967 8,058,386 1,250,084 58,842,896 40,769,222 793,162 3,826,613 699,183 278,789 1,894,421 1,291,809 5,991,829 2,553,180 744,688 53,357,594 37,757,230 36,508,034 4,810,147 2,102,931 3,816,928 412,169 1,628,515 4,870,358 122,671,829 107,964,842

Fall Enrollment, 2006.................................................... Elementary-secondary revenue.................................... From Federal sources............................................ Through state.................................................. Child nutrition programs............................ Other and nonspecified Direct............................................................... From state sources................................................. General formula assistance............................. Compensatory programs................................. Special education......................................... Staff improvement programs........................... Vocational programs........................................ Capital outlay/debt service.............................. Transportation................................................. Other................................................................ Payments on behalf of LEA............................. Nonspecified.................................................... From local sources................................................. Taxes1............................................................. Property taxes........................................... Contribution from parent government.............. From other local governments......................... 1 Current charges .............................................. Tuition and transportation......................... School lunch............................................. Other................................................................ Elementary-secondary expenditure.............................. Current spending.................................................... By function: Instruction................................................. Support services....................................... Pupil support services........................ Instructional staff support................... General administration....................... School administration......................... Operation and maint. of plant............. Pupil transportation............................ Other and nonspecified...................... Other current spending............................. By selected objects: Total salaries and wages1......................... Instructional salaries only................... Support services salaries only........... Total employee benefits1........................... Instructional benefits only.................. Support services benefits only........... Capital outlay.......................................................... Construction.................................................... Equipment....................................................... Instructional equipment only..................... Land & existing structures............................... Interest on debt...................................................... Payments to other governments............................ Debt outstanding........................................................... Long-term............................................................... Short-term.............................................................. Long-term debt issued.................................................. Long-term debt retired...................................................
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48,441,473 556,860,590 46,433,892 42,886,760 9,317,194 33,569,566 3,547,132 264,801,609 176,809,923 6,343,552 15,744,344 3,772,889 952,723 9,894,468 4,476,777 33,741,465 10,124,534 2,940,934 245,625,089 162,177,569 155,329,981 41,741,315 5,414,969 14,264,952 1,182,784 6,934,547 22,026,284 559,852,377 478,174,091

288,207,940 165,209,264 24,999,293 22,908,069 8,818,022 25,924,753 45,914,868 20,404,071 16,240,188 24,756,887

63,146,740 33,286,494 4,260,534 5,311,711 926,348 5,632,869 9,715,419 4,015,695 3,423,918 5,385,586

34,318,394 19,806,657 3,048,206 3,024,381 677,241 3,340,376 5,579,612 2,183,913 1,952,928 3,103,999

26,807,094 15,172,737 2,465,410 2,096,536 457,791 2,595,537 4,308,292 1,639,490 1,609,681 2,414,979

41,072,347 23,349,862 3,797,195 3,110,375 997,516 3,743,859 6,600,004 2,863,638 2,237,275 3,482,793

26,269,188 14,820,627 2,401,811 1,859,918 803,584 2,277,237 4,197,317 1,952,166 1,328,594 2,042,992

33,645,455 19,335,791 3,022,557 2,475,101 1,200,441 2,939,102 5,427,538 2,552,681 1,718,371 2,747,514

62,948,722 39,437,096 6,003,580 5,030,047 3,755,101 5,395,773 10,086,686 5,196,488 3,969,421 5,579,024

286,899,194 193,890,696 83,874,220 95,570,210 63,727,467 28,427,035 64,065,052 50,316,586 8,906,361 2,225,963 4,842,105 14,776,939 2,836,295 349,646,724 342,648,851 6,997,873 62,589,842 33,193,269

61,399,335 41,570,847 17,633,966 19,852,346 13,636,558 5,511,776 15,984,200 13,213,847 1,703,886 374,135 1,066,467 3,554,580 304,183 78,776,714 77,885,556 891,158 15,669,351 8,938,038

35,506,025 23,708,355 10,573,982 10,732,834 6,942,503 3,337,004 9,447,662 7,622,523 1,104,362 242,796 720,777 2,011,609 148,801 47,760,003 47,183,763 576,240 10,069,788 4,483,245

27,480,147 18,493,703 8,060,488 8,912,150 5,855,012 2,688,899 7,234,514 5,727,954 784,637 183,683 721,923 1,485,057 121,574 35,989,787 35,416,076 573,711 6,841,662 2,918,214

41,345,400 28,007,826 12,023,166 14,014,218 9,277,938 4,218,521 8,998,325 7,096,770 1,221,140 300,460 680,415 2,135,622 494,362 51,077,978 49,940,021 1,137,957 9,454,835 4,584,264

26,021,951 17,829,018 7,457,316 9,016,606 6,066,341 2,667,067 5,012,087 3,803,735 752,438 201,769 455,914 1,302,495 418,216 32,017,270 31,187,492 829,778 5,119,397 2,768,904

33,236,748 22,719,847 9,583,876 11,591,503 7,779,474 3,433,964 6,301,138 4,728,681 1,044,762 288,113 527,695 1,669,926 346,948 41,027,607 40,011,441 1,016,166 6,239,899 3,656,987

61,909,588 41,561,100 18,541,426 21,450,553 14,169,641 6,569,804 11,087,126 8,123,076 2,295,136 635,007 668,914 2,617,650 1,002,211 62,997,365 61,024,502 1,972,863 9,194,910 5,843,617

Includes amounts not shown separately.

Note: See Appendix B for a description of state-specific reporting anomalies. This information represents financial data for public independent and dependent school systems. It includes state payments made on behalf of public school systems and excludes financial transactions of public nonschool entities. Expenditure for adult education, community services, and other nonelementary-secondary programs are included under "Current spending" and "Other current spending" but are excluded from these categories in the per pupil data displayed in Table 14.

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Table 14. Per Pupil Amounts of Public School System Finances for Elementary-Secondary Education by Enrollment-Size Groups: 2006-07
(Dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text of the "Public Education Finances" report.) SOURCE: 2007 Census of Governments Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems. Data are not subject to sampling error, but for information on nonsampling error and definitions, see introductory text. Data users who create their own estimates from these tables should cite the U.S. Census Bureau as the source of the original data only. School systems with enrollment of: 15,000 to 7,500 to 5,000 to 24,999 4,953,786 10,459.31 827.29 781.51 192.76 588.75 45.78 5,496.45 3,786.40 186.22 244.56 84.51 18.31 275.46 72.14 615.90 169.76 43.18 4,135.58 2,811.16 2,680.40 534.74 67.34 262.42 23.75 140.79 459.92 10,576.28 8,791.56 14,999 7,208,088 10,954.40 851.16 777.58 177.70 599.89 73.57 5,335.03 3,678.36 134.74 263.43 85.62 16.14 222.02 85.67 580.03 227.20 41.83 4,768.21 3,365.64 3,211.52 604.11 68.16 295.65 21.87 154.96 434.65 10,859.80 9,246.56 7,499 4,337,613 11,446.70 739.39 685.14 167.40 517.74 54.25 5,139.73 3,483.53 136.11 302.94 78.30 14.90 184.93 94.70 529.04 266.15 49.14 5,567.58 4,037.22 3,899.70 718.30 102.60 298.97 22.59 164.76 410.49 11,301.66 9,749.47

Item

All school systems

50,000 or more 10,085,707 11,952.47 1,137.20 1,076.09 233.13 842.96 61.11 5,466.06 3,267.78 124.57 399.09 80.03 20.68 168.05 72.55 1,128.98 130.25 74.09 5,349.21 2,747.52 2,645.28 1,851.68 51.74 231.95 14.39 103.36 466.32 11,806.94 9,839.50

25,000 to 49,999 6,438,347 10,535.17 921.52 866.95 204.89 662.05 54.57 5,272.81 3,617.66 203.04 261.25 71.19 17.09 189.28 77.14 605.18 168.39 62.58 4,340.85 2,899.39 2,697.27 589.47 116.13 259.25 17.98 126.33 476.62 10,502.53 8,699.58

3,000 to 4,999 5,577,346 11,620.69 815.14 754.72 170.13 584.59 60.42 5,182.33 3,480.13 90.13 320.27 77.59 15.00 236.57 102.36 527.15 276.19 56.93 5,623.22 4,006.34 3,843.06 778.39 138.51 306.91 24.47 165.14 393.07 11,282.17 9,790.77

under 3,000 9,840,586 12,524.15 1,122.34 995.30 176.41 818.89 127.03 5,979.61 4,142.97 80.60 388.86 71.05 28.33 192.51 131.27 608.89 259.45 75.68 5,422.20 3,836.89 3,709.95 488.81 213.70 387.88 41.88 165.49 494.93 12,256.77 10,762.25

Fall Enrollment, 2006.................................................... Elementary-secondary revenue.................................... From Federal sources............................................ Through state.................................................. Child nutrition programs............................ Other and nonspecified Direct............................................................... From state sources................................................. General formula assistance............................. Compensatory programs................................. Special education......................................... Staff improvement programs........................... Vocational programs........................................ Capital outlay/debt service.............................. Transportation................................................. Other................................................................ Payments on behalf of LEA............................. Nonspecified.................................................... From local sources................................................. Taxes1............................................................. Property taxes........................................... Contribution from parent government.............. From other local governments......................... 1 Current charges .............................................. Tuition and transportation......................... School lunch............................................. Other................................................................ Elementary-secondary expenditure.............................. Current spending.................................................... By function: Instruction................................................. Support services....................................... Pupil support services........................ Instructional staff support................... General administration....................... School administration......................... Operation and maint. of plant............. Pupil transportation............................ Other and nonspecified...................... Other current spending............................. By selected objects: Total salaries and wages1......................... Instructional salaries only................... Support services salaries only........... Total employee benefits1........................... Instructional benefits only.................. Support services benefits only........... Capital outlay.......................................................... Construction.................................................... Equipment....................................................... Instructional equipment only..................... Land & existing structures............................... Interest on debt...................................................... Payments to other governments............................ Debt outstanding........................................................... Long-term............................................................... Short-term.............................................................. Long-term debt issued.................................................. Long-term debt retired...................................................
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48,441,473 11,495.53 958.56 885.33 192.34 692.99 73.23 5,466.42 3,649.97 130.95 325.02 77.89 19.67 204.26 92.42 696.54 209.01 60.71 5,070.55 3,347.91 3,206.55 861.69 111.78 294.48 24.42 143.15 454.70 11,352.50 9,666.38

5,867.06 3,410.49 516.07 472.90 182.03 535.18 947.84 421.21 335.25 388.83

6,146.18 3,300.36 422.43 526.66 91.85 558.50 963.29 398.16 339.48 392.96

5,256.62 3,076.36 473.45 469.74 105.19 518.83 866.62 339.20 303.33 366.60

5,358.32 3,062.86 497.68 423.22 92.41 523.95 869.70 330.96 324.94 370.38

5,633.90 3,239.40 526.80 431.51 138.39 519.40 915.64 397.28 310.38 373.27

5,957.29 3,416.77 553.72 428.79 185.26 525.00 967.66 450.06 306.30 375.42

5,943.16 3,466.84 541.93 443.78 215.24 526.97 973.14 457.69 308.10 380.77

6,324.35 4,007.60 610.08 511.15 381.59 548.32 1,025.01 528.07 403.37 430.31

5,922.59 4,002.58 1,731.45 1,972.90 1,315.56 586.83 1,322.52 1,038.71 183.86 45.95 99.96 305.05 58.55 7,217.92 7,073.46 144.46 1,292.07 685.22

6,087.76 4,121.76 1,748.41 1,968.36 1,352.07 546.49 1,584.84 1,310.16 168.94 37.10 105.74 352.44 30.16 7,810.73 7,722.37 88.36 1,553.62 886.21

5,514.77 3,682.37 1,642.34 1,667.02 1,078.31 518.30 1,467.40 1,183.93 171.53 37.71 111.95 312.44 23.11 7,418.05 7,328.55 89.50 1,564.03 696.33

5,547.30 3,733.25 1,627.14 1,799.06 1,181.93 542.80 1,460.40 1,156.28 158.39 37.08 145.73 299.78 24.54 7,265.11 7,149.29 115.81 1,381.10 589.09

5,735.97 3,885.61 1,668.01 1,944.24 1,287.16 585.25 1,248.37 984.56 169.41 41.68 94.40 296.28 68.58 7,086.20 6,928.33 157.87 1,311.70 635.99

5,999.14 4,110.33 1,719.22 2,078.70 1,398.54 614.87 1,155.49 876.92 173.47 46.52 105.11 300.28 96.42 7,381.31 7,190.01 191.30 1,180.23 638.35

5,959.24 4,073.59 1,718.36 2,078.32 1,394.83 615.70 1,129.77 847.84 187.32 51.66 94.61 299.41 62.21 7,356.12 7,173.92 182.20 1,118.79 655.69

6,291.25 4,223.44 1,884.18 2,179.80 1,439.92 667.62 1,126.67 825.47 233.23 64.53 67.98 266.01 101.84 6,401.79 6,201.31 200.48 934.39 593.83

Includes amounts not shown separately.

Note: See Appendix B for a description of state-specific reporting anomalies. This information represents financial data for public independent and dependent school systems. It includes state payments made on behalf of public school systems and excludes financial transactions of public nonschool entities. Expenditure for adult education, community services, and other nonelementary-secondary programs are excluded from the current spending categories in this table.

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Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.)

SOURCE: 2007 Census of Governments Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems. Data are not subject to sampling error, but for information on nonsampling error and definitions, see introductory text. Data users who create their own estimates from these tables should cite the U.S. Census Bureau as the source of the original data only. Elementary-secondary revenue Federal sources Geographic area Compensatory (Title I) State sources

Enrollment1 ALABAMA Independent Schools: Baldwin County............................................... Birmingham.................................................... Cullman County.............................................. Elmore County................................................ Hoover............................................................ Huntsville........................................................ Jefferson County............................................ Madison County.............................................. Mobile County................................................. Montgomery County....................................... Shelby County................................................ Tuscaloosa..................................................... Tuscaloosa County......................................... ALASKA Dependent Schools: Anchorage...................................................... Fairbanks North Star Borough........................ Matanuska-Susitna Borough.......................... ARIZONA Independent Schools: Alhambra Elementary..................................... Amphitheater Unified...................................... Cartwright Elementary.................................... Chandler Unified............................................. Deer Valley Unified......................................... Dysart Unified................................................. Flagstaff Unified.............................................. Gilbert Unified................................................. Glendale Elementary...................................... Glendale Union High...................................... Kyrene Elementary......................................... Marana Unified............................................... Mesa Unified................................................... Paradise Valley Unified.................................. Pendergast Elementary.................................. Peoria Unified................................................. Phoenix Union High........................................ Roosevelt Elementary.................................... Scottsdale Unified........................................... Sunnyside Unified........................................... Tempe Elementary......................................... Tempe Union High.......................................... Tucson Unified................................................ Washington Elementary................................. Yuma Elementary........................................... Yuma Union High........................................... ARKANSAS Independent Schools: Bentonville...................................................... Fort Smith....................................................... Little Rock....................................................... Pulaski County Special................................... Rogers............................................................ Springdale...................................................... CALIFORNIA Independent Schools: ABC Unified.................................................... Alameda Unified............................................. Alhambra........................................................ Alum Rock Union Elementary......................... Alvord Unified................................................. Anaheim Elementary......................................

Total

Total

Special Education

Child nutrition

Other and nonspecified

Total

Formula Assistance

Special Education

26,286 29,435 10,035 10,662 12,039 23,065 36,290 18,754 65,097 31,867 25,635 10,338 16,712

272,334 324,553 84,757 110,937 151,164 226,955 342,621 166,700 580,429 274,762 254,147 112,977 155,965

16,970 39,973 8,066 8,900 3,658 19,326 23,960 10,124 80,697 36,787 12,705 10,821 11,940

4,251 16,131 2,308 2,009 167 5,945 3,862 1,765 30,996 14,511 2,302 3,471 3,455

5,124 7,435 2,209 3,636 1,893 4,639 10,595 3,195 20,194 7,556 4,772 2,286 3,081

4,584 9,953 2,476 1,881 1,056 4,956 7,281 2,787 19,758 9,873 3,556 3,262 3,560

3,011 6,454 1,073 1,374 542 3,786 2,222 2,377 9,749 4,847 2,075 1,802 1,844

125,762 159,702 57,511 58,525 57,373 113,708 193,051 101,826 343,347 168,288 131,346 54,585 89,802

104,976 139,755 48,470 48,962 47,582 99,909 161,718 86,284 287,529 141,767 110,409 45,445 75,108

15 54 509 38 14

49,230 15,017 15,945

536,620 170,917 172,689

60,069 26,842 14,285

12,837 3,718 3,201

10,467 3,754 2,612

8,824 2,508 2,816

27,941 16,862 5,656

298,397 101,000 115,788

277,731 91,479 101,689

-

15,831 16,557 20,565 33,911 36,059 20,700 11,254 37,797 14,237 15,067 18,242 13,186 74,128 34,648 10,061 38,835 25,733 12,691 24,653 17,476 13,601 14,131 60,333 24,849 10,692 10,447

123,020 146,979 142,649 303,779 269,417 198,788 104,149 283,302 112,961 140,337 173,620 108,447 613,251 307,646 83,120 298,210 291,576 113,236 259,029 145,634 121,375 132,248 527,757 222,551 89,610 108,481

20,003 11,474 23,227 14,638 12,802 12,425 9,481 10,626 14,883 10,945 8,710 6,664 51,825 19,368 7,201 15,206 26,298 22,262 12,692 20,435 13,973 5,405 63,504 31,286 17,624 7,616

7,957 3,172 7,032 3,306 1,895 1,687 2,166 899 4,079 2,724 1,216 838 13,957 3,355 1,138 3,103 10,686 9,592 1,880 7,619 4,624 916 22,373 7,953 5,978 2,244

1,614 2,818 3,616 4,429 4,536 2,032 2,082 4,509 2,414 2,012 2,424 2,657 10,807 8,786 1,785 5,622 4,167 1,408 5,117 2,568 2,486 2,048 10,569 5,575 1,471 1,185

6,801 2,454 7,114 3,173 2,903 4,074 1,447 2,702 5,170 1,927 1,243 1,379 14,482 4,019 2,875 3,652 3,468 6,779 2,411 5,941 4,231 47 13,434 9,632 4,204 2,591

3,631 3,030 5,465 3,730 3,468 4,632 3,786 2,516 3,220 4,282 3,827 1,790 12,579 3,208 1,403 2,829 7,977 4,483 3,284 4,307 2,632 2,394 17,128 8,126 5,971 1,596

71,542 58,785 95,931 170,693 124,267 119,061 36,952 146,307 63,170 62,408 65,207 64,580 317,493 102,425 50,579 162,496 66,302 62,676 37,381 88,973 42,335 23,362 262,179 106,494 47,475 70,878

68,239 52,963 90,749 122,024 119,426 79,423 34,268 141,905 59,859 56,375 62,610 55,145 301,879 96,354 47,698 153,963 60,537 58,356 31,974 78,691 39,234 17,466 237,113 100,561 44,710 48,472

16 7 103 35 -

11,120 13,731 26,879 18,374 13,492 16,852

99,784 124,859 310,084 188,659 120,249 148,422

5,056 16,964 28,018 15,750 9,595 11,454

835 4,105 8,156 3,672 1,777 2,301

2,287 3,454 4,708 3,445 2,122 2,675

1,321 3,758 6,539 4,705 3,462 4,082

613 5,647 8,615 3,928 2,234 2,396

72,705 90,312 232,843 142,523 89,217 117,500

34,860 49,090 69,331 62,666 46,086 65,741

2,349 5,497 11,863 6,491 3,825 5,152

21,151 10,259 19,149 13,562 19,847 19,958

208,059 108,447 201,430 128,331 257,505 209,059

16,676 6,640 20,735 15,844 14,352 23,352

3,277 1,566 5,881 6,178 5,358 12,194

3,158 1,761 3,133 2,454 2,595 3,848

3,288 1,123 5,402 4,746 3,991 205

6,953 2,190 6,319 2,466 2,408 7,105

161,897 64,353 136,217 75,895 205,047 114,268

110,871 37,754 105,000 44,813 85,788 50,856

10,549 608 253 122 239 9,409

See footnotes at end of table.

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Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary revenue--Con. State sources--Con. Geographic area Parent government contributions From cities and counties From other school systems Local sources

Transportation ALABAMA--Con. Independent Schools: Baldwin County................................................ Birmingham...................................................... Cullman County................................................ Elmore County.................................................. Hoover.............................................................. Huntsville.......................................................... Jefferson County.............................................. Madison County............................................... Mobile County.................................................. Montgomery County......................................... Shelby County.................................................. Tuscaloosa....................................................... Tuscaloosa County........................................... ALASKA--Con. Dependent Schools: Anchorage........................................................ Fairbanks North Star Borough.......................... Matanuska-Susitna Borough............................ ARIZONA--Con. Independent Schools: Alhambra Elementary....................................... Amphitheater Unified........................................ Cartwright Elementary...................................... Chandler Unified............................................... Deer Valley Unified........................................... Dysart Unified................................................... Flagstaff Unified............................................... Gilbert Unified................................................... Glendale Elementary........................................ Glendale Union High........................................ Kyrene Elementary........................................... Marana Unified................................................. Mesa Unified.................................................... Paradise Valley Unified.................................... Pendergast Elementary.................................... Peoria Unified................................................... Phoenix Union High.......................................... Roosevelt Elementary...................................... Scottsdale Unified............................................ Sunnyside Unified............................................ Tempe Elementary........................................... Tempe Union High........................................... Tucson Unified................................................. Washington Elementary................................... Yuma Elementary............................................. Yuma Union High............................................. ARKANSAS--Con. Independent Schools: Bentonville........................................................ Fort Smith......................................................... Little Rock......................................................... Pulaski County Special..................................... Rogers.............................................................. Springdale........................................................ CALIFORNIA--Con. Independent Schools: ABC Unified...................................................... Alameda Unified............................................... Alhambra.......................................................... Alum Rock Union Elementary.......................... Alvord Unified................................................... Anaheim Elementary........................................

Other and nonspecified

Total

Total taxes

Property taxes only

Charges

Other

10,695 6,285 4,743 5,471 5,855 4,506 17,790 8,564 26,576 11,983 12,078 3,601 8,177

10,091 13,662 4,298 4,077 3,936 9,293 13,489 6,978 28,733 14,538 8,821 5,539 6,503

129,602 124,878 19,180 43,512 90,133 93,921 125,610 54,750 156,385 69,687 110,096 47,571 54,223

45,943 73,116 3,931 4,732 58,943 38,943 73,736 14,708 91,733 17,467 64,531 27,050 12,200

45,787 73,115 3,907 4,690 58,938 38,921 73,681 14,661 72,897 17,395 64,468 17,691 11,925

-

51,428 23,397 6,186 6,337 8,908 38,210 5,990 21,183 20,890 38,023 13,192 12,828 24,661

35 57 33 1 19 206 36 -

12,171 4,760 4,776 5,442 10,634 6,510 16,580 10,810 15,459 5,901 19,723 2,495 9,508

20,025 23,605 4,287 26,944 11,648 10,258 29,304 8,016 28,302 8,277 12,444 5,162 7,854

17,083 8,794 11,080

3,583 727 3,019

178,154 43,075 42,616

-

-

155,257 40,023 38,022

-

-

12,259 1,863 1,632

10,638 1,189 2,962

-

3,287 5,822 5,182 48,669 4,841 39,638 2,684 4,402 3,311 6,033 2,590 9,435 15,614 6,071 2,881 8,430 5,765 4,320 5,407 10,282 3,101 5,896 25,066 5,898 2,765 22,406

31,475 76,720 23,491 118,448 132,348 67,302 57,716 126,369 34,908 66,984 99,703 37,203 243,933 185,853 25,340 120,508 198,976 28,298 208,956 36,226 65,067 103,481 202,074 84,771 24,511 29,987

23,504 47,302 18,446 91,979 110,002 55,300 49,461 68,397 21,705 52,831 69,716 28,569 161,366 164,645 15,649 94,530 180,908 25,272 167,420 30,326 56,224 81,298 179,247 54,515 13,885 21,638

23,504 47,302 18,446 91,979 110,002 55,300 49,461 68,397 21,705 52,831 69,716 28,569 161,366 164,645 15,649 94,530 180,908 25,272 167,420 30,326 56,224 81,298 179,247 54,515 13,885 21,638

-

1,700 191 288 4,534 88 1,204 1,738 5,872 58 4,002 358 34 3,803 120 387 5,092 531 53 776 50 40 5,180 447 2,735 7,954 2,882

19,226 378 474 479 34 123 870 35 32 896 2 15

1,166 5,419 1,028 11,221 13,536 3,581 2,869 15,188 1,246 7,636 6,497 3,453 21,552 9,914 1,045 12,077 5,719 637 12,505 2,681 1,890 10,553 10,346 3,106 1,414 3,114

5,105 4,582 3,729 10,714 8,344 7,217 3,174 36,912 11,899 2,515 23,132 4,668 57,212 11,140 8,136 7,939 11,818 2,336 28,220 3,137 6,913 6,450 11,138 24,413 1,258 2,338

-

35,496 35,725 151,649 73,366 39,306 46,607

22,023 17,583 49,223 30,386 21,437 19,468

12,397 11,264 33,620 18,966 12,947 12,236

12,329 11,264 33,620 18,966 12,947 12,182

-

17 304 54 62 23

1 5 163 28

6,276 2,883 7,574 6,922 5,845 5,811

3,349 3,414 7,562 4,444 2,583 1,370

1,457 301 1,640 1,844 1,123 1,179

39,020 25,690 29,324 29,116 117,897 52,824

29,486 37,454 44,478 36,592 38,106 71,439

16,267 25,114 23,232 30,734 22,341 57,608

16,267 21,879 23,232 28,617 22,341 57,608

-

283 159 30 613 2,011

2,318 5,189 12,043 2,273 6,046 132

3,438 1,054 1,383 573 2,410 430

7,180 6,097 7,661 2,982 6,696 11,258

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Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary expenditure Current spending Geographic area For selected objects Instruction Salaries and wages Employee benefits Salaries and wages Employee benefits For selected functions Support services Pupil support Staff support

Total ALABAMA--Con. Independent Schools: Baldwin County................................................ Birmingham...................................................... Cullman County................................................ Elmore County.................................................. Hoover.............................................................. Huntsville.......................................................... Jefferson County.............................................. Madison County............................................... Mobile County.................................................. Montgomery County......................................... Shelby County.................................................. Tuscaloosa....................................................... Tuscaloosa County........................................... ALASKA--Con. Dependent Schools: Anchorage........................................................ Fairbanks North Star Borough.......................... Matanuska-Susitna Borough............................ ARIZONA--Con. Independent Schools: Alhambra Elementary....................................... Amphitheater Unified........................................ Cartwright Elementary...................................... Chandler Unified............................................... Deer Valley Unified........................................... Dysart Unified................................................... Flagstaff Unified............................................... Gilbert Unified................................................... Glendale Elementary........................................ Glendale Union High........................................ Kyrene Elementary........................................... Marana Unified................................................. Mesa Unified.................................................... Paradise Valley Unified.................................... Pendergast Elementary.................................... Peoria Unified................................................... Phoenix Union High.......................................... Roosevelt Elementary...................................... Scottsdale Unified............................................ Sunnyside Unified............................................ Tempe Elementary........................................... Tempe Union High........................................... Tucson Unified................................................. Washington Elementary................................... Yuma Elementary............................................. Yuma Union High............................................. ARKANSAS--Con. Independent Schools: Bentonville........................................................ Fort Smith......................................................... Little Rock......................................................... Pulaski County Special..................................... Rogers.............................................................. Springdale........................................................ CALIFORNIA--Con. Independent Schools: ABC Unified...................................................... Alameda Unified............................................... Alhambra.......................................................... Alum Rock Union Elementary.......................... Alvord Unified................................................... Anaheim Elementary........................................

Total

Total2

Total

337,692 326,867 85,250 94,907 163,936 224,750 362,394 162,701 606,687 280,949 277,296 105,168 173,974

242,612 295,407 80,400 82,099 135,469 215,683 311,523 146,286 551,590 259,982 228,630 90,854 131,976

140,489 174,819 45,401 44,159 72,233 127,652 172,820 85,407 303,868 152,058 131,074 50,570 73,035

54,374 61,577 18,146 18,255 28,604 47,584 68,220 33,873 124,626 60,985 51,972 20,035 29,747

139,345 148,536 46,031 47,664 77,180 127,911 175,621 84,482 300,872 143,533 133,985 51,397 78,243

91,928 99,122 30,868 29,784 46,371 85,801 115,736 56,744 189,889 95,318 86,604 32,487 49,855

33,968 35,073 11,425 11,584 17,029 30,347 42,788 21,194 73,207 36,430 33,115 12,227 18,969

88,084 119,821 27,293 27,687 47,168 74,364 94,665 49,555 211,351 94,852 74,728 32,434 40,332

12,585 19,395 4,241 3,572 6,922 8,773 12,594 7,306 28,171 15,610 11,782 5,432 6,103

13,805 24,655 3,545 4,324 6,428 12,192 11,811 7,424 31,921 18,190 13,339 3,617 3,775

587,025 180,295 214,323

516,030 173,941 164,150

294,749 94,347 87,080

142,224 46,959 42,353

302,924 98,647 94,710

191,946 60,477 59,657

87,832 29,970 29,287

198,013 71,073 64,818

38,371 13,021 13,169

30,610 9,095 7,062

124,194 128,817 149,449 303,919 270,977 215,272 91,464 291,185 97,908 141,195 160,657 108,810 593,648 304,098 81,508 304,463 365,838 103,781 318,202 142,631 125,039 103,873 507,507 207,471 78,839 118,841

102,604 119,019 134,954 225,239 225,011 144,315 87,057 231,538 91,245 113,849 124,057 87,719 515,768 244,117 66,526 247,924 247,827 98,838 203,342 123,870 105,596 92,331 455,800 181,083 73,110 73,782

67,581 78,771 91,633 139,770 147,171 75,829 51,571 150,837 57,897 71,199 78,748 53,776 352,630 140,340 40,504 160,581 145,126 62,690 133,162 82,421 70,250 59,188 305,346 106,194 39,661 37,019

16,524 19,687 24,028 35,829 38,797 19,189 16,903 39,688 18,577 20,289 19,668 13,282 85,418 41,170 11,391 49,685 54,796 16,894 32,715 19,390 19,729 17,643 85,748 31,255 13,334 10,502

61,798 65,074 83,433 133,266 136,394 77,964 49,507 137,604 51,786 65,652 74,796 49,616 312,283 140,991 36,510 146,136 133,690 57,865 119,292 69,798 58,556 55,862 240,742 105,874 37,663 39,382

45,884 49,622 62,566 95,623 99,902 54,344 34,282 103,529 36,171 46,800 57,037 37,275 237,720 95,069 26,152 106,648 94,335 41,345 85,703 52,491 43,423 39,900 181,644 71,975 27,226 25,956

11,253 11,929 15,600 23,803 25,541 13,743 11,238 26,636 11,885 12,940 13,905 8,854 56,674 29,297 7,311 34,023 31,983 11,119 22,912 12,281 11,855 12,024 49,682 21,243 8,674 7,125

32,355 46,605 43,541 78,082 77,673 57,679 32,814 77,072 33,490 42,380 39,508 32,307 172,022 86,158 25,347 89,428 106,066 34,726 75,328 47,884 41,866 31,608 194,432 59,761 30,505 29,692

6,159 7,790 9,027 13,256 14,943 7,876 6,427 17,044 4,898 7,505 7,364 5,356 29,502 18,031 4,933 20,265 28,187 5,588 14,392 11,266 9,324 5,740 40,130 14,115 4,156 4,663

2,934 5,664 4,966 6,907 4,555 3,277 2,789 4,703 2,609 4,499 4,098 1,760 13,119 8,541 2,841 11,099 7,576 2,747 8,478 3,013 4,827 3,283 14,808 3,699 844 1,783

122,680 123,627 321,968 178,691 144,952 168,615

91,125 113,126 281,950 160,813 106,622 132,943

58,881 71,920 165,121 102,014 71,853 87,079

15,017 20,515 49,466 28,642 18,059 22,447

54,183 64,259 154,690 94,854 68,929 85,721

39,114 44,403 107,706 66,436 50,007 60,578

9,704 12,616 31,491 17,997 12,608 15,811

30,330 41,236 116,229 56,649 30,991 40,871

4,630 7,425 12,978 8,211 4,788 4,894

4,415 10,721 20,117 9,136 5,765 6,857

203,159 117,029 213,881 124,564 229,596 214,922

188,239 86,056 176,383 119,563 161,506 174,645

125,845 58,756 103,320 76,081 104,079 118,930

35,755 13,439 43,613 22,607 28,666 34,749

108,896 55,461 101,115 74,430 104,950 107,067

79,657 39,698 63,644 49,517 76,203 78,244

20,543 8,620 25,370 13,953 18,781 20,406

61,596 25,986 60,095 39,806 50,202 64,881

7,030 2,948 10,023 3,373 7,194 10,227

8,401 4,529 9,203 9,112 5,977 10,535

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Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary expenditure--Con. Current spending--Con. Geographic area For selected functions--Con. Support services--Con. General School adminisadminisOther and tration tration nonspecified Other current spending Total long-term debt outstanding at end of fiscal year Long-term debt issued during fiscal year Long-term debt retired during fiscal year Indebtedness

Capital Interoutlay governmental

Interest on debt

ALABAMA--Con. Independent Schools: Baldwin County................................................ Birmingham...................................................... Cullman County................................................ Elmore County.................................................. Hoover.............................................................. Huntsville.......................................................... Jefferson County.............................................. Madison County............................................... Mobile County.................................................. Montgomery County......................................... Shelby County.................................................. Tuscaloosa....................................................... Tuscaloosa County........................................... ALASKA--Con. Dependent Schools: Anchorage........................................................ Fairbanks North Star Borough.......................... Matanuska-Susitna Borough............................ ARIZONA--Con. Independent Schools: Alhambra Elementary....................................... Amphitheater Unified........................................ Cartwright Elementary...................................... Chandler Unified............................................... Deer Valley Unified........................................... Dysart Unified................................................... Flagstaff Unified............................................... Gilbert Unified................................................... Glendale Elementary........................................ Glendale Union High........................................ Kyrene Elementary........................................... Marana Unified................................................. Mesa Unified.................................................... Paradise Valley Unified.................................... Pendergast Elementary.................................... Peoria Unified................................................... Phoenix Union High.......................................... Roosevelt Elementary...................................... Scottsdale Unified............................................ Sunnyside Unified............................................ Tempe Elementary........................................... Tempe Union High........................................... Tucson Unified................................................. Washington Elementary................................... Yuma Elementary............................................. Yuma Union High............................................. ARKANSAS--Con. Independent Schools: Bentonville........................................................ Fort Smith......................................................... Little Rock......................................................... Pulaski County Special..................................... Rogers.............................................................. Springdale........................................................ CALIFORNIA--Con. Independent Schools: ABC Unified...................................................... Alameda Unified............................................... Alhambra.......................................................... Alum Rock Union Elementary.......................... Alvord Unified................................................... Anaheim Elementary........................................

3,933 8,698 1,339 1,763 1,498 4,201 5,140 2,226 10,686 4,967 3,102 3,387 2,610

16,534 19,583 5,226 4,490 9,217 14,111 20,236 9,762 32,200 14,401 13,640 6,178 9,007

41,227 47,490 12,942 13,538 23,103 35,087 44,884 22,837 108,373 41,684 32,865 13,820 18,837

15,183 27,050 7,076 6,748 11,121 13,408 41,237 12,249 39,367 21,597 19,917 7,023 13,401

88,494 29,846 3,937 10,662 18,712 8,462 43,972 11,744 39,382 17,938 39,974 11,190 39,727

214 50 3 47 67 12 247 93 627 222 209 296 59

6,372 1,564 910 2,099 9,688 593 6,652 4,578 15,088 2,807 8,483 2,828 2,212

334,970 467,407 17,524 36,200 317,113 51,549 546,747 136,489 221,768 42,361 192,145 46,454 45,909

214,992 349,118 67,829 354,216 311 3 9,810

5,570 2,987 1,121 1,020 6,290 507 7,307 5,814 13,633 3,764 10,518 3,843 4,080

4,143 1,781 761

30,245 10,037 11,554

94,644 37,139 32,272

15,093 4,221 4,622

49,865 712 43,803

-

21,130 5,642 6,370

506,646 108,301 157,658

118,227 5,524 39,442

34,187 10,070 9,189

1,530 1,042 954 785 2,545 1,268 510 596 826 995 778 747 2,351 4,577 794 1,262 1,039 854 1,031 967 1,438 1,392 7,555 1,100 1,097 562

4,213 5,409 8,455 10,699 11,213 7,392 4,505 9,778 6,406 4,889 5,664 4,362 31,247 10,994 3,801 13,290 8,254 5,522 10,387 6,528 5,339 4,055 28,414 8,223 5,038 2,491

17,519 26,700 20,139 46,435 44,417 37,866 18,583 44,951 18,751 24,492 21,604 20,082 95,803 44,015 12,978 43,512 61,010 20,015 41,040 26,110 20,938 17,138 103,525 32,624 19,370 20,193

8,451 7,340 7,980 13,891 10,944 8,672 4,736 16,862 5,969 5,817 9,753 5,796 31,463 16,968 4,669 12,360 8,071 6,247 8,722 6,188 5,174 4,861 20,626 15,448 4,942 4,708

17,728 6,587 14,476 71,299 37,295 67,344 3,387 49,321 6,039 21,991 19,313 15,788 67,338 44,292 12,101 45,397 101,424 3,959 99,937 11,575 12,515 4,810 38,198 20,771 3,840 44,791

-

3,862 3,211 19 7,381 8,671 3,613 1,020 10,326 624 5,355 17,287 5,303 10,542 15,689 2,881 11,142 16,587 984 14,923 7,186 6,928 6,732 13,509 5,617 1,889 268

33,615 57,280 174,040 189,500 95,255 13,839 152,045 28,560 123,965 76,240 67,125 239,315 313,480 20,880 248,255 319,995 20,720 367,858 41,770 92,350 117,540 255,460 106,575 15,989 60,690

50,672 27,024 23,941 28,799 1 18,111 50,702 1,155 4,532 52,557 90,643 227,028 25,009 10,091 1

1,820 14,120 334 17,306 29,535 7,576 9,884 27,402 285 9,340 5,582 4,814 21,399 30,683 3,487 23,341 11,679 1,951 144,295 2,053 3,610 18,055 31,083 15,587 6,251 6,663

1,085 760 4,043 1,685 848 2,079

6,092 6,497 15,820 9,602 6,189 7,881

14,108 15,833 63,271 28,015 13,401 19,160

6,612 7,631 11,031 9,310 6,702 6,351

22,464 9,532 16,801 7,613 33,239 29,745

197 202 15,338 6,810 242 125

8,894 767 7,879 3,455 4,849 5,802

137,886 30,896 180,763 75,355 142,585 132,495

20,960 6,625 45,852 2,195 31,080 9,920

7,949 990 45,829 2,009 3,585 13,050

883 746 665 1,326 586 1,187

12,882 5,683 10,611 7,429 10,486 12,775

32,400 12,080 29,593 18,566 25,959 30,157

17,747 4,609 15,173 5,327 6,354 2,697

9,074 27,822 31,101 2,977 65,423 30,469

4,210 1,315 3,261 37 6 6,957

1,636 1,836 3,136 1,987 2,661 2,851

58,146 90,994 74,834 34,496 79,864 110,612

8,920 44,881

1,045 2,720 2,450 2,200 1,959 1,625

See footnotes at end of table. Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems 18 U.S. Census Bureau

Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary revenue Federal sources Geographic area Compensatory (Title I) State sources

Enrollment CALIFORNIA--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Anaheim Union High........................................ Antelope Valley Union High.............................. Antioch Unified................................................. Apple Valley Unified......................................... Arcadia Unified................................................. Azusa Unified................................................... Bakersfield Elementary.................................... Baldwin Park Unified........................................ Bellflower Unified.............................................. Bonita Unified................................................... Burbank Unified................................................ Cajon Valley Union Elementary........................ Capistrano Unified............................................ Carlsbad Unified............................................... Central Unified.................................................. Ceres Unified.................................................... Chaffey Union High.......................................... Chico Unified.................................................... Chino Unified.................................................... Chula Vista Elementary.................................... Clovis Unified................................................... Coachella Valley Unified.................................. Colton Joint Unified.......................................... Compton Unified............................................... Conejo Valley Unified....................................... Corona-Norco Unified....................................... Covina-Valley Unified....................................... Cupertino Union Elementary............................ Desert Sands Unified....................................... Downey Unified................................................ East Side Union High....................................... El Monte Elementary........................................ El Monte Union High........................................ El Rancho Unified............................................. Elk Grove Unified............................................. Escondido Union Elementary........................... Etiwanda Elementary....................................... Evergreen Elementary...................................... Fairfield-Suisun Unified.................................... Folsom-Cordova Unified................................... Fontana Unified................................................ Fremont Unified................................................ Fremont Union High......................................... Fresno Unified.................................................. Fullerton Elementary........................................ Fullerton Joint Union High................................ Garden Grove Unified...................................... Gilroy Unified.................................................... Glendale Unified............................................... Grant Joint Union High..................................... Grossmont Union High..................................... Hacienda La Puente Unified............................. Hayward Unified............................................... Hemet Unified................................................... Hesperia Unified............................................... Huntington Beach Union High.......................... Inglewood Unified............................................. Irvine Unified.................................................... Jurupa Unified.................................................. Kern Union High............................................... La Mesa-Spring Valley..................................... Lake Elsinore Unified....................................... Lancaster Elementary...................................... Las Virgenes Unified........................................ Livermore Valley Joint Unified.......................... Lodi Unified......................................................

1

Total

Total

Special Education

Child nutrition

Other and nonspecified

Total

Formula Assistance

Special Education

33,077 26,341 20,476 15,741 10,083 11,353 27,403 19,784 15,009 10,053 16,784 16,613 51,512 10,549 13,515 11,885 25,102 13,540 33,235 26,891 37,101 17,499 24,565 28,538 22,274 49,865 15,015 16,971 28,277 22,456 25,998 10,574 10,379 11,495 61,881 19,432 12,042 13,333 23,074 18,793 41,812 32,087 10,228 77,555 13,613 16,499 48,802 10,116 27,420 13,488 23,870 22,355 21,804 23,541 21,890 15,913 15,945 25,821 20,604 36,086 13,391 21,525 16,317 11,936 13,365 31,266

363,473 282,703 182,312 127,242 96,143 112,016 289,266 189,982 140,749 96,735 163,476 157,942 444,582 116,244 131,345 107,162 255,243 130,778 323,120 266,619 417,937 203,902 229,495 293,418 227,468 522,273 150,230 143,690 307,980 240,552 291,647 110,972 131,457 107,751 584,298 174,606 128,725 119,112 217,806 204,697 408,875 306,183 114,030 821,412 126,708 163,740 456,132 104,743 276,175 183,911 299,151 256,739 215,287 215,864 201,372 202,593 171,835 270,215 198,989 423,567 125,547 195,256 149,065 111,834 136,425 296,685

39,109 15,967 10,591 11,037 3,581 10,157 46,961 16,656 12,252 4,356 8,292 13,786 22,214 3,766 8,003 9,384 11,398 9,707 15,614 20,234 18,676 26,860 20,964 40,578 7,123 23,394 9,241 4,588 24,017 16,762 17,390 16,427 11,197 9,295 39,639 17,190 3,374 5,178 12,161 10,501 35,843 15,454 3,263 120,670 10,068 5,408 43,375 7,650 29,030 13,770 13,249 24,733 20,156 19,298 12,118 12,705 18,332 10,505 18,149 31,013 8,899 13,291 15,857 3,204 4,937 26,094

7,085 4,322 2,182 3,416 1,025 3,319 22,442 4,811 3,320 847 2,619 5,473 3,775 709 2,050 1,885 2,546 2,321 3,041 6,511 4,333 10,280 7,111 21,332 896 4,107 2,114 1,069 7,283 3,652 3,991 4,974 3,178 9,364 5,260 261 1,101 3,421 2,793 12,696 2,219 517 58,951 2,573 1,335 14,803 1,539 9,721 4,978 3,241 5,392 4,330 6,197 3,061 1,236 7,825 1,355 6,179 9,235 2,234 2,892 7,172 323 909 8,444

15,360 5,190 3,105 2,802 1,710 2,343 5,347 2,690 3,298 2,101 2,734 3,125 8,124 1,564 1,860 1,926 3,796 1,798 4,493 4,574 5,568 2,011 3,761 2,049 3,990 7,376 2,895 2,110 3,372 4,203 4,516 2,168 1,674 1,736 8,990 3,404 1,488 1,776 2,814 3,575 6,638 8,714 1,736 14,522 2,275 1,728 8,226 1,412 7,537 2,065 4,132 3,837 3,939 3,984 2,197 8,163 2,213 4,313 2,634 5,671 2,555 3,902 2,974 2,169 2,215 5,274

12,458 2,899 3,503 3,234 353 2,996 11,875 4,908 3,215 735 1,531 3,534 3,258 790 2,536 3,123 1,616 1,983 3,189 5,114 4,094 7,003 5,948 8,652 1,244 8,105 2,820 418 5,215 5,528 2,375 5,454 2,875 2,624 10,756 5,191 822 1,400 3,907 1,935 10,515 1,854 240 25,812 2,488 40 12,947 2,860 4,919 2,559 1,231 6,338 6,663 6,021 4,769 694 3,355 670 4,560 4,892 2,665 3,992 4,309 145 974 7,884

4,206 3,556 1,801 1,585 493 1,499 7,297 4,247 2,419 673 1,408 1,654 7,057 703 1,557 2,450 3,440 3,605 4,891 4,035 4,681 7,566 4,144 8,545 993 3,806 1,412 991 8,147 3,379 6,508 3,831 6,648 1,757 10,529 3,335 803 901 2,019 2,198 5,994 2,667 770 21,385 2,732 2,305 7,399 1,839 6,853 4,168 4,645 9,166 5,224 3,096 2,091 2,612 4,939 4,167 4,776 11,215 1,445 2,505 1,402 567 839 4,492

243,569 217,417 117,639 92,943 48,626 87,317 208,450 149,004 107,925 71,225 106,557 90,196 159,712 35,323 93,046 71,011 169,343 75,080 215,650 118,833 262,584 127,855 169,021 220,520 106,795 327,461 114,333 50,393 160,226 176,992 138,062 71,877 94,319 79,333 393,358 98,949 86,354 54,843 151,736 121,486 317,312 190,216 16,978 566,873 70,019 95,497 311,885 37,946 171,973 110,006 156,139 192,834 137,390 136,192 155,071 93,195 123,396 102,767 142,826 251,754 72,996 126,340 103,401 55,608 69,783 199,695

154,465 133,861 75,210 70,371 35,275 58,770 129,769 110,296 75,307 46,264 67,806 61,080 49,251 6,929 60,671 51,528 133,324 51,255 154,373 72,158 159,795 81,607 120,773 142,321 54,991 197,159 76,635 25,888 107,457 109,369 82,067 50,057 68,385 58,050 260,304 63,992 58,523 29,521 100,728 61,388 212,962 110,330 3,966 358,071 43,085 55,608 202,311 15,341 112,084 74,144 89,243 127,739 90,292 100,511 104,970 36,529 75,110 17,032 95,765 150,220 47,843 91,033 74,188 33,579 38,917 120,597

17,138 10,952 107 157 85 5,613 14,032 4,123 5,758 6,840 8,116 937 24,897 98 3 56 260 3,382 358 134 19,319 135 395 10,800 450 24,196 6,245 174 435 761 32,681 173 132 71 397 291 20,179 24,564 408 39,766 32 30,717 154 14,969 439 350 11,859 236 228 364 26,586 5,736 14,445 102 16,983 827 182 5,780 6,066 16,136

See footnotes at end of table. Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems 19 U.S. Census Bureau

Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary revenue--Con. State sources--Con. Geographic area Parent government contributions From cities and counties From other school systems Local sources

Transportation CALIFORNIA--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Anaheim Union High........................................ Antelope Valley Union High.............................. Antioch Unified................................................. Apple Valley Unified......................................... Arcadia Unified................................................. Azusa Unified................................................... Bakersfield Elementary.................................... Baldwin Park Unified........................................ Bellflower Unified.............................................. Bonita Unified................................................... Burbank Unified................................................ Cajon Valley Union Elementary........................ Capistrano Unified............................................ Carlsbad Unified............................................... Central Unified.................................................. Ceres Unified.................................................... Chaffey Union High.......................................... Chico Unified.................................................... Chino Unified.................................................... Chula Vista Elementary.................................... Clovis Unified................................................... Coachella Valley Unified.................................. Colton Joint Unified.......................................... Compton Unified............................................... Conejo Valley Unified....................................... Corona-Norco Unified....................................... Covina-Valley Unified....................................... Cupertino Union Elementary............................ Desert Sands Unified....................................... Downey Unified................................................ East Side Union High....................................... El Monte Elementary........................................ El Monte Union High........................................ El Rancho Unified............................................. Elk Grove Unified............................................. Escondido Union Elementary........................... Etiwanda Elementary....................................... Evergreen Elementary...................................... Fairfield-Suisun Unified.................................... Folsom-Cordova Unified................................... Fontana Unified................................................ Fremont Unified................................................ Fremont Union High......................................... Fresno Unified.................................................. Fullerton Elementary........................................ Fullerton Joint Union High................................ Garden Grove Unified...................................... Gilroy Unified.................................................... Glendale Unified............................................... Grant Joint Union High..................................... Grossmont Union High..................................... Hacienda La Puente Unified............................. Hayward Unified............................................... Hemet Unified................................................... Hesperia Unified............................................... Huntington Beach Union High.......................... Inglewood Unified............................................. Irvine Unified.................................................... Jurupa Unified.................................................. Kern Union High............................................... La Mesa-Spring Valley..................................... Lake Elsinore Unified....................................... Lancaster Elementary...................................... Las Virgenes Unified........................................ Livermore Valley Joint Unified.......................... Lodi Unified......................................................

Other and nonspecified

Total

Total taxes

Property taxes only

Charges

Other

784 320 1,638 338 587 2,850 116 529 1,018 346 1,101 2,934 160 2,171 527 1,079 682 919 1,236 2,881 3,517 1,099 3,541 920 1,861 635 1,595 2,107 1,253 1,874 1,017 665 3,673 359 125 361 706 1,058 1,735 2,888 442 4,880 1,186 765 3,878 1,265 874 1,107 1,852 2,125 1,360 1,926 2,387 595 1,218 1,395 2,041 2,558 1,114 2,502 937 573 4,911

71,182 72,604 42,002 20,777 12,928 22,347 61,799 34,469 26,331 17,103 30,289 27,078 82,630 28,136 30,201 18,900 34,680 19,761 60,000 45,305 80,589 42,596 46,754 63,858 50,434 104,245 30,818 22,736 50,227 66,370 53,360 20,803 25,934 20,618 96,700 34,425 27,574 24,890 49,905 58,749 82,436 52,434 12,162 164,156 25,748 39,092 74,979 21,186 44,046 34,316 64,694 51,111 45,502 33,527 47,350 29,485 41,332 69,895 44,918 81,993 23,212 32,623 29,213 15,312 24,227 58,051

80,795 49,319 54,082 23,262 43,936 14,542 33,855 24,322 20,572 21,154 48,627 53,960 262,656 77,155 30,296 26,767 74,502 45,991 91,856 127,552 136,677 49,187 39,510 32,320 113,550 171,418 26,656 88,709 123,737 46,798 136,195 22,668 25,941 19,123 151,301 58,467 38,997 59,091 53,909 72,710 55,720 100,513 93,789 133,869 46,621 62,835 100,872 59,147 75,172 60,135 129,763 39,172 57,741 60,374 34,183 96,693 30,107 156,943 38,014 140,800 43,652 55,625 29,807 53,022 61,705 70,896

59,784 23,124 36,351 10,880 22,110 10,879 22,437 10,442 10,325 11,938 31,446 29,925 231,342 51,389 16,830 12,196 45,195 34,091 53,399 75,690 83,310 19,031 16,886 20,531 75,336 81,696 15,478 68,771 68,516 24,159 110,056 9,991 15,461 9,559 94,271 37,552 13,608 48,146 34,433 46,174 26,363 77,804 79,133 87,981 32,211 43,091 69,568 47,203 52,069 24,317 80,248 20,298 36,559 29,732 9,819 74,910 21,070 130,720 19,409 113,819 24,167 29,248 8,032 39,356 49,395 48,498

59,784 23,124 35,852 10,880 22,110 10,879 22,437 10,442 10,325 11,127 31,446 29,925 231,342 51,389 16,830 12,195 45,195 34,091 53,399 75,690 83,310 19,031 16,588 20,531 75,336 81,696 15,478 68,771 68,516 24,159 110,056 9,991 15,461 9,559 94,199 37,552 6,179 48,146 29,692 46,174 26,363 77,804 73,973 87,981 32,211 43,091 69,568 47,203 52,069 24,317 80,248 20,298 35,352 29,732 9,819 74,910 21,070 122,795 19,409 113,819 24,167 29,248 8,032 37,095 46,056 48,498

-

933 1,700 644 318 61 1 56 1,174 2,181 9,530 2 768 1,592 2,054 622 532 1,623 646 12 1 42,601 96 17 13,238 116 442 53 70 13,652 1,815 2,023 231 4,710 238 5 3,891 270 163 2,396 254 1,724 257 3,513 2,329 1,320 40 2,044 2,676 249 28 774 4,537 191 -

926 275 6,908 3,649 6,799 4 20 6,793 2,013 4 2,456 11,594 364 4,859 4,696 6,843 9,885 3,452 10,216 14,800 8,421 11,566 10,622 43 9,441 2,864 5,020 16,070 10,378 6,368 9,290 4,975 4,813 2,828 13,174 3,085 2,472 5,849 7,091 2,171 704 4,530 3,289 6,909 7,224 5,586 4,320 2,771 6,374 19,923 2,940 10,978 11,516 7,718 2,289 41 149 7,080 83 9,642 7,779 10,600 1,523 833 1,961

6,398 3,416 2,961 51 2,731 1,380 1,064 1,479 2,323 1,039 2,938 2,649 10,402 1,818 1,314 1,183 4,204 537 5,514 3,497 11,581 4,567 2,570 364 6,253 7,655 3,240 5,652 3,397 3,688 3,209 980 1,107 1,070 6,791 1,824 1,663 1,926 4,752 5,292 363 5,767 6,761 3,912 1,735 4,443 7,906 1,476 7,794 2,430 6,409 3,550 1,712 2,087 2,488 3,754 416 6,565 2,437 3,357 6,335 4,475 1,017 3,395 2,598 3,749

12,754 22,504 6,162 8,038 12,296 2,279 10,016 5,547 5,910 8,117 11,787 8,618 18,367 9,559 7,454 5,777 13,626 5,857 22,105 33,033 31,742 13,377 9,420 11,381 22,520 39,466 4,978 9,249 22,516 8,457 16,120 2,354 4,328 3,681 33,759 5,917 18,826 4,524 8,875 13,922 22,113 16,000 3,360 34,796 5,496 7,914 15,416 6,148 12,538 26,760 21,459 12,384 8,235 13,526 11,829 14,420 8,540 17,465 6,412 23,292 3,480 13,349 5,621 8,748 8,688 16,688

See footnotes at end of table. Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems 20 U.S. Census Bureau

Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary expenditure Current spending Geographic area For selected objects Instruction Salaries and wages Employee benefits Salaries and wages Employee benefits For selected functions Support services Pupil support Staff support

Total CALIFORNIA--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Anaheim Union High........................................ Antelope Valley Union High.............................. Antioch Unified................................................. Apple Valley Unified......................................... Arcadia Unified................................................. Azusa Unified................................................... Bakersfield Elementary.................................... Baldwin Park Unified........................................ Bellflower Unified.............................................. Bonita Unified................................................... Burbank Unified................................................ Cajon Valley Union Elementary........................ Capistrano Unified............................................ Carlsbad Unified............................................... Central Unified.................................................. Ceres Unified.................................................... Chaffey Union High.......................................... Chico Unified.................................................... Chino Unified.................................................... Chula Vista Elementary.................................... Clovis Unified................................................... Coachella Valley Unified.................................. Colton Joint Unified.......................................... Compton Unified............................................... Conejo Valley Unified....................................... Corona-Norco Unified....................................... Covina-Valley Unified....................................... Cupertino Union Elementary............................ Desert Sands Unified....................................... Downey Unified................................................ East Side Union High....................................... El Monte Elementary........................................ El Monte Union High........................................ El Rancho Unified............................................. Elk Grove Unified............................................. Escondido Union Elementary........................... Etiwanda Elementary....................................... Evergreen Elementary...................................... Fairfield-Suisun Unified.................................... Folsom-Cordova Unified................................... Fontana Unified................................................ Fremont Unified................................................ Fremont Union High......................................... Fresno Unified.................................................. Fullerton Elementary........................................ Fullerton Joint Union High................................ Garden Grove Unified...................................... Gilroy Unified.................................................... Glendale Unified............................................... Grant Joint Union High..................................... Grossmont Union High..................................... Hacienda La Puente Unified............................. Hayward Unified............................................... Hemet Unified................................................... Hesperia Unified............................................... Huntington Beach Union High.......................... Inglewood Unified............................................. Irvine Unified.................................................... Jurupa Unified.................................................. Kern Union High............................................... La Mesa-Spring Valley..................................... Lake Elsinore Unified....................................... Lancaster Elementary...................................... Las Virgenes Unified........................................ Livermore Valley Joint Unified.......................... Lodi Unified......................................................

Total

Total2

Total

352,237 269,147 188,810 129,300 84,117 107,810 256,639 205,715 131,300 102,274 146,596 159,863 456,558 111,312 134,252 124,562 217,869 118,501 293,544 268,277 456,044 241,790 226,659 259,744 199,835 564,740 150,293 139,406 324,943 214,362 337,559 120,476 124,180 104,806 607,543 183,556 108,588 117,251 224,482 240,611 402,924 331,159 108,142 779,821 123,700 170,526 427,126 140,533 256,605 196,501 292,122 252,819 204,153 254,850 201,916 253,378 165,339 312,151 198,807 427,752 124,549 221,380 145,533 120,404 146,051 297,254

292,290 202,032 155,588 111,236 78,513 98,205 250,432 167,305 125,338 80,649 135,886 142,476 398,366 82,800 103,241 97,381 198,736 112,643 240,890 224,140 320,233 161,248 197,786 239,491 180,725 385,796 129,476 130,420 233,745 182,886 238,222 100,567 103,607 95,959 495,404 157,424 82,344 97,881 170,372 146,716 351,187 254,419 95,887 717,864 111,441 127,636 420,148 85,716 227,378 139,385 236,490 224,608 189,331 186,671 156,429 141,284 135,374 217,337 174,612 333,895 114,465 172,676 127,069 97,765 110,854 253,954

193,278 123,417 98,669 67,643 53,667 66,495 151,143 103,281 80,062 50,061 85,803 90,608 269,568 52,229 63,825 61,040 130,643 68,095 164,204 140,185 190,148 98,640 126,536 139,503 114,422 262,211 86,003 87,238 149,106 116,734 149,779 62,922 66,992 60,185 317,306 97,117 52,983 62,544 112,142 97,783 221,015 184,483 59,791 424,793 73,279 80,616 274,742 53,005 140,713 84,016 148,245 141,738 133,749 117,104 91,765 93,014 79,318 139,640 114,323 206,432 78,130 105,767 79,414 61,681 66,573 165,835

58,237 41,684 29,947 24,659 12,327 15,909 55,896 30,705 24,842 13,278 27,153 26,116 74,196 16,435 21,882 15,853 39,498 28,128 41,876 37,009 77,228 34,222 41,502 41,560 38,140 58,397 24,159 24,122 50,324 39,406 53,250 17,218 16,868 20,586 100,139 30,211 14,189 22,924 31,240 25,903 68,700 32,789 18,766 178,626 20,399 26,101 97,487 16,357 48,942 23,987 41,415 44,049 21,902 35,672 28,407 29,925 28,610 38,608 29,743 73,275 19,880 34,878 30,019 19,710 22,294 41,617

178,943 123,683 100,754 69,602 50,398 60,122 154,089 97,995 78,184 50,653 88,328 89,489 256,669 51,641 58,884 59,861 122,719 77,961 154,890 142,784 189,057 90,027 114,363 138,645 113,005 243,569 73,047 86,375 145,737 118,296 134,436 60,311 50,924 58,294 315,611 100,989 55,120 68,524 103,315 92,292 209,950 167,323 51,574 407,560 72,485 77,247 263,256 48,519 149,386 67,138 133,555 117,419 114,389 113,170 91,861 77,501 79,043 138,896 109,643 175,566 68,160 104,295 79,729 61,052 72,159 156,779

128,954 83,570 69,954 45,620 37,675 43,036 101,342 62,858 54,130 33,294 59,473 63,326 188,520 35,938 39,926 40,744 88,839 49,825 116,886 94,883 123,424 59,947 81,274 89,448 79,107 186,705 53,056 60,998 100,942 81,963 91,306 42,654 35,687 40,190 220,100 68,874 39,924 48,081 73,299 64,912 145,750 131,180 35,287 266,509 50,606 53,839 184,541 33,574 99,129 44,409 89,196 80,393 87,817 79,823 63,021 55,970 50,032 95,717 80,958 122,583 50,515 73,353 56,041 43,457 47,395 111,064

36,854 26,463 20,253 16,132 8,387 9,717 35,519 18,143 15,981 8,210 18,532 16,937 48,713 10,677 12,868 10,270 25,191 20,047 27,092 24,059 45,482 18,402 24,898 25,219 24,405 37,691 14,206 16,070 30,990 26,676 30,669 11,182 8,602 12,844 65,513 19,960 10,493 16,574 19,009 16,227 42,579 21,352 11,152 110,220 13,199 15,056 60,678 9,770 32,923 12,113 22,419 24,984 13,708 22,650 18,816 17,196 16,906 25,036 18,930 39,946 11,646 20,923 19,201 13,534 14,933 27,021

93,106 69,852 48,198 35,398 23,644 31,576 82,410 51,639 38,330 26,604 41,366 46,929 127,012 28,693 38,444 32,824 66,645 31,222 73,825 69,049 115,958 61,929 73,610 81,456 55,223 124,272 43,747 40,268 78,866 51,976 87,193 34,384 35,780 31,971 158,290 48,939 24,007 26,031 58,056 47,461 125,519 74,910 37,898 259,311 34,673 46,358 133,571 32,487 64,798 60,402 83,722 71,622 61,313 65,915 56,901 53,504 47,857 70,464 56,686 136,454 36,679 58,559 40,006 34,777 34,616 85,861

16,796 11,883 3,000 3,983 3,020 4,211 7,644 4,833 4,807 3,833 5,535 5,945 18,116 4,931 5,194 4,156 14,198 5,446 10,925 13,386 17,005 4,905 12,518 10,062 7,583 18,669 6,106 2,467 12,120 8,488 17,896 4,244 7,772 3,580 17,990 4,700 3,385 1,595 6,242 6,120 16,973 7,406 4,577 33,388 3,367 8,086 19,447 5,249 8,792 6,452 11,213 8,457 6,573 7,939 5,403 8,544 4,558 11,041 7,404 21,558 5,667 6,031 5,053 4,600 4,548 9,930

8,278 5,399 5,064 3,098 2,278 5,309 19,168 13,801 5,309 2,361 5,906 6,136 16,452 3,314 4,534 4,958 8,009 2,040 8,617 10,228 19,990 4,600 9,080 5,764 5,061 13,840 5,539 6,307 13,359 3,881 17,314 6,913 3,793 4,013 20,508 9,939 2,512 4,051 9,108 5,555 17,161 10,336 6,613 66,587 6,727 3,915 16,736 5,345 7,082 9,223 11,068 14,224 8,454 8,963 3,185 6,174 9,988 10,151 9,584 18,034 6,701 6,124 6,722 4,833 4,959 13,620

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Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary expenditure--Con. Current spending--Con. Geographic area For selected functions--Con. Support services--Con. General School adminisadminisOther and tration tration nonspecified Other current spending Total long-term debt outstanding at end of fiscal year Long-term debt issued during fiscal year Long-term debt retired during fiscal year Indebtedness

Capital Interoutlay governmental

Interest on debt

CALIFORNIA--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Anaheim Union High........................................ Antelope Valley Union High.............................. Antioch Unified................................................. Apple Valley Unified......................................... Arcadia Unified................................................. Azusa Unified................................................... Bakersfield Elementary.................................... Baldwin Park Unified........................................ Bellflower Unified.............................................. Bonita Unified................................................... Burbank Unified................................................ Cajon Valley Union Elementary........................ Capistrano Unified............................................ Carlsbad Unified............................................... Central Unified.................................................. Ceres Unified.................................................... Chaffey Union High.......................................... Chico Unified.................................................... Chino Unified.................................................... Chula Vista Elementary.................................... Clovis Unified................................................... Coachella Valley Unified.................................. Colton Joint Unified.......................................... Compton Unified............................................... Conejo Valley Unified....................................... Corona-Norco Unified....................................... Covina-Valley Unified....................................... Cupertino Union Elementary............................ Desert Sands Unified....................................... Downey Unified................................................ East Side Union High....................................... El Monte Elementary........................................ El Monte Union High........................................ El Rancho Unified............................................. Elk Grove Unified............................................. Escondido Union Elementary........................... Etiwanda Elementary....................................... Evergreen Elementary...................................... Fairfield-Suisun Unified.................................... Folsom-Cordova Unified................................... Fontana Unified................................................ Fremont Unified................................................ Fremont Union High......................................... Fresno Unified.................................................. Fullerton Elementary........................................ Fullerton Joint Union High................................ Garden Grove Unified...................................... Gilroy Unified.................................................... Glendale Unified............................................... Grant Joint Union High..................................... Grossmont Union High..................................... Hacienda La Puente Unified............................. Hayward Unified............................................... Hemet Unified................................................... Hesperia Unified............................................... Huntington Beach Union High.......................... Inglewood Unified............................................. Irvine Unified.................................................... Jurupa Unified.................................................. Kern Union High............................................... La Mesa-Spring Valley..................................... Lake Elsinore Unified....................................... Lancaster Elementary...................................... Las Virgenes Unified........................................ Livermore Valley Joint Unified.......................... Lodi Unified......................................................

1,194 757 855 482 345 862 3,024 661 1,497 916 754 572 2,593 598 421 837 548 761 1,175 660 1,458 750 1,312 1,915 655 2,022 863 797 1,057 1,582 1,199 891 438 870 2,269 634 463 452 1,388 795 829 1,200 1,440 2,595 1,026 948 1,499 886 1,888 2,209 1,766 726 775 1,049 1,502 2,032 1,860 1,056 685 1,102 617 1,027 452 1,648 829 1,493

18,794 17,407 11,677 7,101 5,158 6,633 16,749 8,601 8,194 5,210 10,359 7,970 29,203 5,539 8,258 7,893 9,548 7,311 17,085 12,267 19,703 19,668 11,928 13,445 12,967 26,980 8,610 8,200 14,946 11,325 14,182 5,570 5,866 7,346 33,452 9,133 5,155 5,784 13,043 10,575 25,306 16,679 7,951 37,952 8,130 9,216 26,487 5,073 14,984 10,229 16,246 12,999 12,996 12,266 13,233 10,471 7,725 13,480 8,832 25,493 6,755 10,865 9,136 7,326 8,026 15,716

48,044 34,406 27,602 20,734 12,843 14,561 35,825 23,743 18,523 14,284 18,812 26,306 60,648 14,311 20,037 14,980 34,342 15,664 36,023 32,508 57,802 32,006 38,772 50,270 28,957 62,761 22,629 22,497 37,384 26,700 36,602 16,766 17,911 16,162 84,071 24,533 12,492 14,149 28,275 24,416 65,250 39,289 17,317 118,789 15,423 24,193 69,402 15,934 32,052 32,289 43,429 35,216 32,515 35,698 33,578 26,283 23,726 34,736 30,181 70,267 16,939 34,512 18,643 16,370 16,254 45,102

20,241 8,497 6,636 6,236 4,471 6,507 13,933 17,671 8,824 3,392 6,192 6,058 14,685 2,466 5,913 4,696 9,372 3,460 12,175 12,307 15,218 9,292 9,813 19,390 12,497 17,955 12,682 3,777 9,142 12,614 16,593 5,872 16,903 5,694 21,503 7,496 3,217 3,326 9,001 6,963 15,718 12,186 6,415 50,993 4,283 4,031 23,321 4,710 13,194 11,845 19,213 35,567 13,629 7,586 7,667 10,279 8,474 7,977 8,283 21,875 9,626 9,822 7,334 1,936 4,079 11,314

25,765 61,290 32,253 16,433 4,065 2,562 4,736 33,355 4,972 18,602 8,289 13,846 44,317 15,631 27,704 24,055 7,468 3,858 42,986 32,683 116,328 76,577 21,900 9,299 16,068 101,511 17,398 5,720 81,431 27,308 78,493 16,366 17,814 6,034 91,539 19,683 21,061 15,676 44,281 90,381 46,091 47,542 5,872 38,497 8,356 29,924 4,888 47,990 17,094 50,462 53,026 17,537 9,730 63,919 45,187 76,999 20,928 86,424 20,065 80,088 8,095 42,913 16,333 20,034 26,880 36,373

27,198 1,520 461 86 471 3,375 499 3,517 436 1,327 517 13 11,267 9,541 194 1,859 6,220 430 2,493 1,512 8,896 500 2,042 9,068 1,259 39,789 1,727 41 7 236 4,144 844 660 1,123 14,669 550 522 2,773 186 167 17,784 25 2,742 750 9,988 2,026 2,105 4,173 304 976 6,528 3,828 273 25,018 5,726 4,473 799 123 22 680 96 3,031 476

6,984 4,305 508 1,545 1,068 3,668 972 1,538 554 1,696 1,904 3,528 2,608 3,340 3,113 1,267 5,445 1,570 7,175 9,942 10,587 3,465 4,931 1,886 1,783 37,644 1,692 3,225 9,760 3,932 16,700 2,699 2,099 1,690 5,931 6,449 4,633 3,172 7,056 3,328 5,479 11,414 6,358 20,718 3,153 2,978 64 4,722 7,960 6,350 1,630 4,146 1,264 4,260 27 10,077 3,311 3,917 4,130 12,970 1,866 5,769 1,451 2,509 5,286 6,451

170,414 94,827 12,284 42,883 188,780 95,945 58,834 93,646 12,955 61,058 111,428 73,895 86,080 73,773 69,674 34,429 109,820 29,970 200,590 244,110 346,147 154,498 107,590 119,764 66,090 375,938 105,747 131,943 270,513 88,054 430,479 56,890 51,615 48,481 141,865 86,160 79,235 107,285 94,245 134,302 213,634 233,498 135,495 291,447 55,115 88,318 99,006 160,190 214,198 175,867 98,223 24,514 198,813 105,123 229,258 123,240 386,559 67,382 312,840 43,987 92,469 39,287 164,111 122,100 137,874

162,000 34,290 43,862 26,360 3,349 7,835 50,000 7,820 53,500 25,000 80,785 47,000 4,002 38 70,280 30,000 35,923 148,165 721 22,255 55,000 2,310 755 60,414 55,000 677 51,000 112,548 370 90,000 49,999 27,000 9,613

4,075 5,318 1,052 736 2,302 1,715 3,085 2,820 960 1,685 4,870 1,680 2,615 2,542 2,770 1,155 3,995 1,370 2,670 4,985 23,352 2,546 930 3,505 4,230 2,271 6,493 4,499 24,308 1,325 7,890 2,405 2,295 1,075 5,496 52,315 5,980 1,606 3,375 45,435 4,226 3,095 14,880 1,110 1,925 5,571 5,510 2,165 6,333 1,345 1,351 2,291 132 929 2,505 6,339 747 4,470 4,450 435 1,815 3,392 6,070 1,224

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Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary revenue Federal sources Geographic area Compensatory (Title I) State sources

Enrollment CALIFORNIA--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Lompoc Unified................................................ Long Beach Unified.......................................... Los Angeles Unified......................................... Lucia Mar Unified............................................. Lynwood Unified............................................... Madera Unified................................................. Manteca Unified............................................... Merced Elementary.......................................... Merced Union High........................................... Modesto City School District............................ Montebello Unified............................................ Monterey Peninsula Unified............................. Moreno Valley Unified...................................... Mount Diablo Unified........................................ Murrieta Valley Unified..................................... Napa Valley Unified.......................................... Natomas Unified............................................... New Haven Unified........................................... Newport-Mesa Unified...................................... Norwalk-La Mirada Unified............................... Oak Grove Elementary..................................... Oakland Unified................................................ Oceanside Unified............................................ Ontario-Montclair Elementary........................... Orange Unified................................................. Oxnard Elementary.......................................... Oxnard Union High........................................... Pajaro Valley Joint Unified............................... Palm Springs Unified........................................ Palmdale Elementary....................................... Palo Alto Unified............................................... Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified....................... Panama Buena Vista Union Elementary.......... Paramount Unified............................................ Pasadena Unified............................................. Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified.......................... Pleasanton Unified........................................... Pomona Unified................................................ Porterville Unified............................................. Poway Unified.................................................. Redlands Unified.............................................. Rialto Unified.................................................... Rio Linda Union Elementary............................. Riverside Unified.............................................. Rocklin Unified................................................. Rowland Unified............................................... Sacramento Unified.......................................... Saddleback Valley Unified................................ Salinas Union High........................................... San Bernardino Unified.................................... San Diego Unified............................................ San Dieguito Union High.................................. San Francisco Unified...................................... San Jose Unified.............................................. San Juan Unified.............................................. San Lorenzo Unified......................................... San Marcos Unified.......................................... San Ramon Valley Unified............................... Santa Ana Unified............................................ Santa Barbara.................................................. Santa Clara Unified.......................................... Santa Maria-Bonita Elementary....................... Santa Monica-Malibu Unified........................... Santa Rosa City Schools.................................. Saugus Union Elementary................................ Simi Valley Unified...........................................

1

Total

Total

Special Education

Child nutrition

Other and nonspecified

Total

Formula Assistance

Special Education

10,791 90,663 707,627 10,866 17,712 18,643 23,643 10,965 10,616 32,584 33,819 11,607 37,351 35,685 21,246 17,418 10,821 13,104 21,421 22,551 11,899 47,013 21,075 24,177 30,327 15,441 16,321 19,162 24,263 22,509 10,931 12,030 15,792 16,044 20,827 26,419 14,632 31,817 13,371 32,873 21,438 29,708 10,561 43,464 10,155 17,254 49,355 33,909 13,557 57,398 130,983 12,375 56,183 31,702 47,862 11,858 16,844 24,737 57,286 16,118 14,151 12,911 11,911 16,720 10,521 21,435

105,742 909,270 9,064,931 103,012 172,023 179,710 261,516 107,791 104,435 337,926 341,061 115,370 342,402 359,798 196,671 167,421 111,561 130,700 255,413 242,611 108,893 541,577 193,786 322,424 270,460 160,151 154,872 218,916 244,670 245,505 158,958 114,665 160,469 160,961 248,852 242,534 172,357 404,012 144,465 353,376 214,226 311,458 96,416 406,975 93,804 200,338 550,875 312,879 142,331 619,398 1,617,095 118,574 655,003 381,579 488,602 109,046 149,752 400,488 566,979 160,420 179,144 118,222 147,084 172,561 124,512 195,408

9,566 133,819 1,052,743 7,897 19,355 17,884 12,248 15,502 9,459 30,273 41,193 12,481 31,144 22,813 5,567 10,608 3,979 6,579 19,140 18,773 6,282 77,855 19,440 32,964 18,460 16,196 11,142 36,799 19,748 41,207 5,394 3,189 8,462 20,152 27,172 12,815 8,934 64,725 13,478 10,407 12,416 29,828 10,410 33,576 2,759 22,172 75,511 11,558 11,874 78,412 144,726 3,194 74,706 27,157 42,664 7,483 8,543 4,116 73,721 10,417 7,908 16,708 6,216 10,361 8,229 8,445

2,483 48,235 442,789 1,543 8,641 7,749 2,387 7,230 3,038 11,428 16,593 2,409 9,130 4,998 390 2,552 475 1,123 3,703 3,952 1,199 27,794 5,006 13,383 5,069 6,080 1,978 12,437 8,180 8,447 465 199 2,304 8,016 8,873 2,528 202 14,790 5,850 1,082 3,602 11,618 3,716 10,428 205 4,956 25,878 1,347 5,108 36,212 47,492 552 23,792 7,869 10,896 1,718 1,836 29,003 2,379 1,629 7,286 1,181 2,755 544 1,738

1,327 14,990 139,471 2,271 1,919 1,153 3,773 1,854 1,751 5,960 5,726 2,127 6,033 7,086 3,283 2,772 1,290 2,141 4,160 7,449 1,973 9,525 3,485 3,406 5,458 2,055 2,472 4,186 2,941 14,907 2,259 2,080 2,091 3,328 5,272 5,282 7,944 5,811 1,803 4,899 3,786 3,766 1,668 7,063 1,573 10,121 11,688 6,284 1,875 10,391 24,816 1,575 5,498 9,535 1,980 2,856 3,356 10,670 2,735 2,568 1,404 2,427 3,173 7,451 3,515

1,950 24,285 216,684 1,900 4,915 5,685 4,145 3,886 2,147 7,046 9,627 2,411 9,355 4,864 1,173 2,365 1,486 1,439 5,009 4,169 2,111 12,384 3,962 7,860 4,076 4,664 4,152 4,617 4,844 7,367 247 177 3,262 6,088 6,701 3,168 278 10,003 3,740 1,500 2,959 9,166 3,190 9,158 550 3,998 13,636 1,583 1,513 19,070 31,777 216 11,272 5,735 6,939 2,573 2,688 245 17,914 2,315 2,057 4,860 1,159 2,548 1,774

3,806 46,309 253,799 2,183 3,880 3,297 1,943 2,532 2,523 5,839 9,247 5,534 6,626 5,865 721 2,919 728 1,876 6,268 3,203 999 28,152 6,987 8,315 3,857 3,397 2,540 15,559 3,783 10,486 2,423 733 805 2,720 6,326 1,837 510 34,121 2,085 2,926 2,069 5,278 1,836 6,927 431 3,097 24,309 2,344 3,378 12,739 40,641 851 39,642 8,055 15,294 1,212 1,163 515 16,134 2,988 1,654 3,158 1,449 1,885 234 1,418

74,597 647,370 6,289,837 38,756 131,990 126,617 177,657 75,812 73,767 206,929 241,536 59,511 257,089 186,178 104,620 48,033 56,190 80,047 51,178 183,937 62,391 307,645 105,034 251,384 114,866 103,404 82,942 116,405 140,298 181,300 21,253 58,456 125,607 115,007 138,459 126,458 85,808 274,450 108,962 164,065 134,983 236,505 64,584 286,604 39,012 145,441 351,170 144,557 79,463 475,527 754,228 30,497 271,465 141,168 303,867 70,408 83,235 205,847 376,950 55,994 33,945 77,656 49,265 59,803 68,835 114,728

44,821 429,156 3,258,639 16,935 94,180 83,308 98,688 49,203 54,936 134,674 179,534 33,682 172,468 100,882 77,647 15,700 44,007 55,141 3,713 110,691 39,138 163,538 68,190 119,074 51,180 61,588 63,463 59,649 97,153 107,839 3,914 35,199 83,970 83,002 72,297 77,642 46,065 169,198 72,590 83,700 99,303 149,003 44,117 177,959 26,663 82,919 208,544 64,850 61,838 293,484 214,407 14,940 93,332 27,891 193,107 49,810 59,064 26,367 224,483 20,336 5,934 52,736 28,974 34,138 41,114 81,278

2,364 45,853 417,080 51 2,886 3,528 10,799 148 475 19,545 21,144 234 6,127 184 134 11,314 21,743 102 25,253 265 261 17,747 164 99 11,408 421 42,587 189 4,495 6,602 188 18,316 13,083 16,363 15,254 62 15,164 295 597 111 23,413 135 9,041 26,515 18,100 27,306 83,211 436 609 29,234 301 266 792 28,244 3,403 177 2,730 211 344 7,391 529

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Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary revenue--Con. State sources--Con. Geographic area Parent government contributions From cities and counties From other school systems Local sources

Transportation CALIFORNIA--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Lompoc Unified................................................ Long Beach Unified.......................................... Los Angeles Unified......................................... Lucia Mar Unified............................................. Lynwood Unified............................................... Madera Unified................................................. Manteca Unified............................................... Merced Elementary.......................................... Merced Union High........................................... Modesto City School District............................ Montebello Unified............................................ Monterey Peninsula Unified............................. Moreno Valley Unified...................................... Mount Diablo Unified........................................ Murrieta Valley Unified..................................... Napa Valley Unified.......................................... Natomas Unified............................................... New Haven Unified........................................... Newport-Mesa Unified...................................... Norwalk-La Mirada Unified............................... Oak Grove Elementary..................................... Oakland Unified................................................ Oceanside Unified............................................ Ontario-Montclair Elementary........................... Orange Unified................................................. Oxnard Elementary.......................................... Oxnard Union High........................................... Pajaro Valley Joint Unified............................... Palm Springs Unified........................................ Palmdale Elementary....................................... Palo Alto Unified............................................... Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified....................... Panama Buena Vista Union Elementary.......... Paramount Unified............................................ Pasadena Unified............................................. Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified.......................... Pleasanton Unified........................................... Pomona Unified................................................ Porterville Unified............................................. Poway Unified.................................................. Redlands Unified.............................................. Rialto Unified.................................................... Rio Linda Union Elementary............................. Riverside Unified.............................................. Rocklin Unified................................................. Rowland Unified............................................... Sacramento Unified.......................................... Saddleback Valley Unified................................ Salinas Union High........................................... San Bernardino Unified.................................... San Diego Unified............................................ San Dieguito Union High.................................. San Francisco Unified...................................... San Jose Unified.............................................. San Juan Unified.............................................. San Lorenzo Unified......................................... San Marcos Unified.......................................... San Ramon Valley Unified............................... Santa Ana Unified............................................ Santa Barbara.................................................. Santa Clara Unified.......................................... Santa Maria-Bonita Elementary....................... Santa Monica-Malibu Unified........................... Santa Rosa City Schools.................................. Saugus Union Elementary................................ Simi Valley Unified...........................................

Other and nonspecified

Total

Total taxes

Property taxes only

Charges

Other

893 8,030 91,045 1,324 737 3,249 1,341 1,442 626 916 1,828 1,044 1,267 2,696 103 1,737 164 1,398 1,309 1,320 1,481 6,665 3,064 1,315 2,561 1,408 631 3,077 2,409 391 526 383 505 1,612 4,267 1,731 752 1,577 1,415 2,324 1,206 941 909 2,258 260 1,524 5,230 1,691 917 4,250 11,119 647 3,220 2,969 6,287 720 599 691 2,276 959 1,296 692 1,038 874 455 1,460

26,519 164,331 2,523,073 20,497 37,073 40,009 77,628 22,281 14,677 60,540 60,026 24,310 63,809 61,456 26,636 24,469 11,835 23,374 34,842 50,183 21,670 112,189 33,515 130,734 43,378 40,244 18,749 42,271 40,315 30,483 16,624 18,379 34,530 30,205 43,579 34,002 22,628 88,421 34,895 62,877 34,179 85,964 19,447 82,974 11,954 51,957 110,881 59,916 16,708 150,487 445,491 14,474 174,913 109,699 75,239 19,577 23,306 177,997 121,947 31,296 26,538 21,498 19,042 24,447 19,875 31,461

21,579 128,081 1,722,351 56,359 20,678 35,209 71,611 16,477 21,209 100,724 58,332 43,378 54,169 150,807 86,484 108,780 51,392 44,074 185,095 39,901 40,220 156,077 69,312 38,076 137,134 40,551 60,788 65,712 84,624 22,998 132,311 53,020 26,400 25,802 83,221 103,261 77,615 64,837 22,025 178,904 66,827 45,125 21,422 86,795 52,033 32,725 124,194 156,764 50,994 65,459 718,141 84,883 308,832 213,254 142,071 31,155 57,974 190,525 116,308 94,009 137,291 23,858 91,603 102,397 47,448 72,235

16,481 86,621 1,238,629 45,114 7,441 19,164 39,819 9,272 14,301 53,674 29,241 31,154 35,367 117,566 50,921 88,208 28,358 25,894 160,159 19,958 31,938 118,117 49,291 18,125 108,934 25,822 41,505 50,720 44,457 12,424 106,841 36,992 14,330 9,979 53,921 69,712 55,256 31,171 8,944 129,518 30,533 20,125 13,704 61,892 39,946 19,959 90,112 135,599 30,670 36,405 541,725 68,060 249,380 171,866 101,194 16,039 36,813 128,075 93,286 78,542 104,288 16,526 57,960 81,220 19,859 47,123

16,481 86,621 1,238,629 45,114 7,441 19,164 33,298 9,272 14,301 53,674 29,241 31,154 35,367 117,566 50,921 88,208 28,358 25,894 160,159 19,958 30,218 98,438 49,291 18,125 108,934 25,822 41,505 50,720 44,457 12,424 97,623 33,341 14,330 9,979 53,921 69,712 55,256 31,171 8,944 129,518 30,533 20,125 13,704 61,892 39,206 19,959 88,187 135,599 30,670 36,405 541,725 62,157 219,590 171,866 101,194 16,039 31,875 124,085 93,286 78,542 104,288 16,526 47,186 81,220 19,859 47,123

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62 2,115 4,479 121 45 206 811 45 54 1,111 354 405 933 385 326 197 5 219 914 92 620 324 7,329 577 118 26 8,540 1 85 88 513 989 126 806 899 6,750 6 167 138 453 46 492 343 3 6,118 6 1,734 319 -

946 920 12 3,071 7,621 4,310 9,596 531 527 8,324 18,663 3,970 5 1,565 8,812 1,050 3,129 7,120 842 6,353 2,434 433 11,380 11,424 5,291 6,819 7,797 13,578 1,682 2,830 103 6,906 597 265 7,712 544 6,075 5,172 10,419 13,451 3,999 1,217 3,761 22 2,773 1,814 10,294 1,976 8,080 6,981 6,293 3,562 6,036 6,883 11,251 579 819 3,744 566 8,466 7,981 18,106 10,207

692 9,014 58,427 1,968 739 1,897 3,441 665 1,092 4,119 1,741 2,155 4,697 6,737 4,612 255 1,783 2,569 3,977 4,906 3,064 1,507 2,241 1,259 4,262 947 3,130 1,770 2,439 1,906 10,456 7,797 1,944 664 3,308 3,430 3,848 13,098 1,902 8,525 2,209 2,694 139 5,936 2,510 2,307 2,270 5,588 2,880 4,016 18,656 4,437 10,827 7,933 7,902 4,186 3,014 5,070 6,054 2,324 5,780 91 5,910 5,671 265 5,345

3,398 29,411 420,804 6,085 4,832 9,632 17,944 5,964 5,235 33,496 8,333 5,694 14,100 24,006 21,754 19,267 18,122 8,491 19,791 8,487 2,779 36,020 6,400 7,049 17,733 6,871 7,736 12,898 16,821 6,409 12,184 8,128 10,126 8,135 25,369 21,314 10,799 20,023 5,019 35,689 23,578 8,342 3,580 16,761 5,690 10,437 28,233 13,763 6,251 23,062 142,930 5,399 48,625 26,995 29,275 4,441 11,218 45,637 16,046 12,321 17,361 6,669 17,533 7,206 9,218 9,560

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Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary expenditure Current spending Geographic area For selected objects Instruction Salaries and wages Employee benefits Salaries and wages Employee benefits For selected functions Support services Pupil support Staff support

Total CALIFORNIA--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Lompoc Unified................................................ Long Beach Unified.......................................... Los Angeles Unified......................................... Lucia Mar Unified............................................. Lynwood Unified............................................... Madera Unified................................................. Manteca Unified............................................... Merced Elementary.......................................... Merced Union High........................................... Modesto City School District............................ Montebello Unified............................................ Monterey Peninsula Unified............................. Moreno Valley Unified...................................... Mount Diablo Unified........................................ Murrieta Valley Unified..................................... Napa Valley Unified.......................................... Natomas Unified............................................... New Haven Unified........................................... Newport-Mesa Unified...................................... Norwalk-La Mirada Unified............................... Oak Grove Elementary..................................... Oakland Unified................................................ Oceanside Unified............................................ Ontario-Montclair Elementary........................... Orange Unified................................................. Oxnard Elementary.......................................... Oxnard Union High........................................... Pajaro Valley Joint Unified............................... Palm Springs Unified........................................ Palmdale Elementary....................................... Palo Alto Unified............................................... Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified....................... Panama Buena Vista Union Elementary.......... Paramount Unified............................................ Pasadena Unified............................................. Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified.......................... Pleasanton Unified........................................... Pomona Unified................................................ Porterville Unified............................................. Poway Unified.................................................. Redlands Unified.............................................. Rialto Unified.................................................... Rio Linda Union Elementary............................. Riverside Unified.............................................. Rocklin Unified................................................. Rowland Unified............................................... Sacramento Unified.......................................... Saddleback Valley Unified................................ Salinas Union High........................................... San Bernardino Unified.................................... San Diego Unified............................................ San Dieguito Union High.................................. San Francisco Unified...................................... San Jose Unified.............................................. San Juan Unified.............................................. San Lorenzo Unified......................................... San Marcos Unified.......................................... San Ramon Valley Unified............................... Santa Ana Unified............................................ Santa Barbara.................................................. Santa Clara Unified.......................................... Santa Maria-Bonita Elementary....................... Santa Monica-Malibu Unified........................... Santa Rosa City Schools.................................. Saugus Union Elementary................................ Simi Valley Unified...........................................

Total

Total2

Total

107,265 874,269 9,486,984 99,995 191,574 192,393 306,046 108,789 96,260 307,788 339,695 110,502 344,650 423,170 208,852 187,229 144,531 134,733 261,328 255,041 105,910 549,139 212,398 273,334 265,061 152,141 147,787 231,725 252,544 220,438 154,813 116,050 158,840 159,458 229,165 312,225 173,002 358,511 128,443 505,396 191,893 266,154 94,958 421,045 84,906 185,750 551,191 339,026 147,442 623,196 1,603,147 128,962 668,821 431,768 465,296 108,498 147,781 456,379 601,635 179,653 177,386 120,390 133,825 168,821 124,687 193,758

87,374 837,467 7,593,507 83,678 162,725 157,053 178,158 95,601 87,862 285,520 315,066 98,855 295,284 306,371 156,413 153,217 82,334 112,970 218,849 195,336 93,718 466,912 179,438 215,275 256,945 135,897 137,851 205,027 194,991 174,589 143,564 99,700 125,563 151,376 201,449 211,270 130,473 329,831 119,294 296,172 162,297 244,050 86,177 352,567 75,077 147,206 479,625 261,978 113,905 524,078 1,318,099 108,959 499,133 293,999 430,418 96,820 132,663 200,510 537,892 137,702 135,639 107,681 128,196 141,572 83,849 165,328

58,573 531,071 4,644,246 53,040 95,796 92,367 111,428 62,428 53,635 199,555 203,349 58,255 185,953 191,860 102,471 97,129 50,928 79,158 130,689 124,139 60,335 247,099 117,653 140,655 157,568 81,519 83,432 114,364 117,722 97,829 92,786 65,265 78,674 94,351 115,168 138,822 88,661 188,886 70,555 187,179 106,636 154,721 54,037 217,995 47,569 97,426 276,488 174,985 69,923 326,744 776,537 70,387 289,771 175,809 262,455 63,711 82,034 128,713 329,929 86,710 89,491 64,203 83,653 90,208 57,902 105,456

16,416 180,913 1,553,519 16,665 32,303 34,775 35,520 20,764 18,108 41,963 64,636 21,260 53,293 55,815 30,099 21,736 14,733 17,657 47,773 39,896 19,250 90,155 31,969 37,495 53,137 28,513 31,491 47,781 42,202 45,178 27,887 15,938 26,455 28,630 41,290 37,853 18,153 56,099 28,642 47,146 31,944 46,808 17,510 69,230 13,494 27,401 110,076 52,369 25,866 93,161 281,706 19,432 112,896 66,005 86,343 16,316 26,556 37,882 111,854 22,519 26,033 21,811 24,754 18,749 14,184 37,762

51,057 491,228 4,473,445 52,046 96,148 92,787 109,776 61,096 50,503 168,463 178,302 55,731 180,230 194,254 99,867 97,781 51,197 72,741 122,943 114,207 60,009 246,596 111,508 137,269 162,231 88,162 80,986 116,711 120,892 106,936 92,697 66,337 77,697 87,313 113,671 131,568 84,048 167,032 74,040 171,196 102,503 138,547 54,544 215,994 45,595 88,301 276,234 178,114 59,939 295,805 760,559 61,623 266,116 170,686 263,088 58,387 81,263 127,745 337,055 85,456 79,276 65,747 76,171 88,770 54,621 104,375

37,702 333,091 2,906,619 36,483 60,520 58,997 73,425 43,141 34,095 130,112 123,989 36,575 127,439 130,342 72,135 64,494 34,209 55,191 79,879 78,328 42,522 133,997 79,480 95,196 105,632 57,438 54,138 71,853 81,272 68,621 64,340 46,052 54,546 61,742 71,650 94,092 64,689 115,278 48,653 122,357 72,872 98,624 37,877 146,255 33,083 62,673 169,472 130,452 41,691 205,849 491,772 43,850 181,148 112,454 171,961 41,792 55,023 89,783 226,747 59,193 56,816 45,277 52,715 61,556 41,239 72,871

9,777 107,852 976,231 10,680 21,074 20,917 23,101 13,226 10,753 23,152 37,650 11,972 34,309 32,190 19,108 13,574 9,243 10,055 27,564 24,252 13,810 47,793 19,912 25,213 31,646 19,121 19,292 27,022 26,946 31,283 18,643 10,830 17,323 17,728 24,276 23,375 9,979 30,670 18,606 28,221 20,380 27,800 10,867 43,015 8,403 16,405 66,859 37,416 13,115 54,361 162,363 10,753 65,905 41,414 54,952 9,707 17,226 24,981 75,714 14,613 15,857 14,721 14,780 11,377 9,592 25,234

32,885 271,371 2,645,832 27,347 56,407 53,537 60,076 29,555 31,851 98,622 110,746 34,626 100,883 97,177 48,593 46,671 28,151 33,943 84,983 68,970 30,090 177,891 61,639 69,992 86,941 40,820 48,453 78,692 66,488 57,307 46,477 27,011 40,613 50,024 76,091 71,859 39,073 114,036 34,523 105,825 52,106 94,196 27,583 114,350 27,444 50,062 177,830 74,354 45,274 190,372 512,532 43,723 212,348 113,702 145,071 32,263 44,570 68,136 179,327 42,672 44,326 36,849 41,533 45,920 25,108 50,728

4,637 43,020 326,367 3,914 6,110 6,576 9,511 2,623 5,219 14,745 15,586 3,719 15,771 8,561 7,654 5,847 3,042 3,410 11,238 7,693 3,291 22,396 7,988 9,968 10,502 3,304 9,636 11,322 8,016 6,819 5,367 4,697 5,697 5,253 12,722 7,544 5,685 22,944 5,789 11,627 7,512 9,921 2,468 12,652 2,846 7,040 23,852 10,600 9,525 29,722 85,838 5,211 26,980 12,696 14,412 3,311 5,740 7,706 19,122 6,965 4,878 3,607 5,743 6,091 3,426 6,213

3,796 37,032 614,691 2,683 8,155 4,594 6,684 6,150 3,672 17,610 18,230 5,604 11,162 13,088 3,754 5,711 2,503 5,453 16,186 14,568 3,869 46,301 6,406 7,724 16,956 5,568 4,281 20,625 10,182 11,264 7,014 1,793 4,962 8,323 13,662 12,974 6,166 22,668 5,944 14,671 4,677 18,896 2,817 15,291 2,530 7,266 31,518 8,037 7,153 34,937 80,538 5,007 59,218 32,325 26,432 4,977 5,900 8,801 30,552 5,498 7,586 7,467 5,819 5,944 2,402 5,076

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Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary expenditure--Con. Current spending--Con. Geographic area For selected functions--Con. Support services--Con. General School adminisadminisOther and tration tration nonspecified Other current spending Total long-term debt outstanding at end of fiscal year Long-term debt issued during fiscal year Long-term debt retired during fiscal year Indebtedness

Capital Interoutlay governmental

Interest on debt

CALIFORNIA--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Lompoc Unified................................................ Long Beach Unified.......................................... Los Angeles Unified......................................... Lucia Mar Unified............................................. Lynwood Unified............................................... Madera Unified................................................. Manteca Unified............................................... Merced Elementary.......................................... Merced Union High........................................... Modesto City School District............................ Montebello Unified............................................ Monterey Peninsula Unified............................. Moreno Valley Unified...................................... Mount Diablo Unified........................................ Murrieta Valley Unified..................................... Napa Valley Unified.......................................... Natomas Unified............................................... New Haven Unified........................................... Newport-Mesa Unified...................................... Norwalk-La Mirada Unified............................... Oak Grove Elementary..................................... Oakland Unified................................................ Oceanside Unified............................................ Ontario-Montclair Elementary........................... Orange Unified................................................. Oxnard Elementary.......................................... Oxnard Union High........................................... Pajaro Valley Joint Unified............................... Palm Springs Unified........................................ Palmdale Elementary....................................... Palo Alto Unified............................................... Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified....................... Panama Buena Vista Union Elementary.......... Paramount Unified............................................ Pasadena Unified............................................. Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified.......................... Pleasanton Unified........................................... Pomona Unified................................................ Porterville Unified............................................. Poway Unified.................................................. Redlands Unified.............................................. Rialto Unified.................................................... Rio Linda Union Elementary............................. Riverside Unified.............................................. Rocklin Unified................................................. Rowland Unified............................................... Sacramento Unified.......................................... Saddleback Valley Unified................................ Salinas Union High........................................... San Bernardino Unified.................................... San Diego Unified............................................ San Dieguito Union High.................................. San Francisco Unified...................................... San Jose Unified.............................................. San Juan Unified.............................................. San Lorenzo Unified......................................... San Marcos Unified.......................................... San Ramon Valley Unified............................... Santa Ana Unified............................................ Santa Barbara.................................................. Santa Clara Unified.......................................... Santa Maria-Bonita Elementary....................... Santa Monica-Malibu Unified........................... Santa Rosa City Schools.................................. Saugus Union Elementary................................ Simi Valley Unified...........................................

627 3,725 57,314 865 2,282 1,390 598 639 1,060 1,031 1,399 919 1,012 774 1,056 613 701 889 1,480 912 703 4,207 2,243 574 1,327 1,603 1,421 2,562 1,286 460 742 592 495 924 1,377 1,486 428 1,317 583 1,297 717 1,149 374 2,974 579 560 2,743 962 761 2,930 11,064 862 10,753 1,171 2,270 678 1,203 1,201 1,052 954 1,058 967 949 1,320 589 1,531

6,299 46,794 511,414 5,286 12,172 13,296 15,297 6,761 7,463 21,464 22,374 7,807 17,848 23,697 9,617 9,002 6,123 6,593 14,722 10,831 5,042 31,984 12,671 17,141 18,691 9,936 10,495 12,972 12,492 10,839 9,673 5,498 6,931 11,390 11,864 12,837 5,519 19,993 5,604 14,867 11,655 17,455 5,537 25,624 5,280 11,208 39,683 15,470 8,014 37,419 88,224 8,906 36,693 21,892 33,326 6,541 8,058 14,932 43,592 8,933 9,600 6,531 9,087 11,840 5,782 11,345

17,526 140,800 1,136,046 14,599 27,688 27,681 27,986 13,382 14,437 43,772 53,157 16,577 55,090 51,057 26,512 25,498 15,782 17,598 41,357 34,966 17,185 73,003 32,331 34,585 39,465 20,409 22,620 31,211 34,512 27,925 23,681 14,431 22,528 24,134 36,466 37,018 21,275 47,114 16,603 63,363 27,545 46,775 16,387 57,809 16,209 23,988 80,034 39,285 19,821 85,364 246,868 23,737 78,704 45,618 68,631 16,756 23,669 35,496 85,009 20,322 21,204 18,277 19,935 20,725 12,909 26,563

3,432 74,868 474,230 4,285 10,170 10,729 8,306 4,950 5,508 18,435 26,018 8,498 14,171 14,940 7,953 8,765 2,986 6,286 10,923 12,159 3,619 42,425 6,291 8,014 7,773 6,915 8,412 9,624 7,611 10,346 4,390 6,352 7,253 14,039 11,687 7,843 7,352 48,763 10,731 19,151 7,688 11,307 4,050 22,223 2,038 8,843 25,561 9,510 8,692 37,901 45,008 3,613 20,669 9,611 22,259 6,170 6,830 4,629 21,510 9,574 12,037 5,085 10,492 6,882 4,120 10,225

18,709 22,210 1,605,728 12,167 25,040 32,459 121,557 12,069 7,553 16,940 19,517 6,243 38,960 105,256 48,948 29,602 55,281 12,016 32,644 37,695 5,612 46,098 27,416 56,546 5,121 11,017 6,024 24,322 49,930 1,347 5,900 13,104 26,113 5,377 16,657 93,370 12,529 18,999 6,959 185,221 21,374 18,765 6,909 62,223 3,470 5,892 52,275 65,228 24,099 92,985 215,917 12,390 119,589 114,725 25,988 7,830 10,688 243,554 52,534 37,328 29,503 11,371 2,061 16,270 11,828 22,192

26 147 418 2,119 2,992 500 1,026 407 348 3,853 1,097 5,147 26 44 628 1,695 4,743 17,007 3,510 9,568 78 611 1,721 1,185 279 53 40,891 1,122 6,840 606 1,263 3,215 23,898 1,703 1,094 72 3,394 434 401 51 968 29,450 38 7,413 6,126 288 102 12 38,155 4,021 65 2,241 1,008 7 4,552 162 1,466 92 7 1,020 24,776 257

1,156 14,445 287,331 2,031 817 2,381 5,305 712 497 1,475 4,015 257 10,380 11,499 3,491 4,410 6,288 8,052 5,092 5,003 3,070 26,561 5,466 902 1,274 4,042 3,633 2,323 7,623 3,611 5,349 2,124 324 2,099 9,796 4,370 6,102 7,978 1,096 23,931 4,828 2,905 1,471 6,204 5,391 3,202 19,253 4,407 3,312 5,845 69,029 7,601 11,944 19,023 8,825 1,607 3,422 12,308 6,657 4,461 10,778 1,246 3,561 9,959 4,234 5,981

35,544 301,860 6,916,308 54,284 40,962 90,212 76,758 33,761 25,217 107,992 141,984 8,165 163,534 228,600 203,223 200,155 220,937 153,372 173,399 164,286 70,120 601,308 122,150 24,185 51,480 109,601 23,231 61,695 201,015 50,110 105,700 70,981 39,120 57,064 205,175 186,774 142,179 189,543 29,675 577,022 75,011 71,529 65,925 142,115 164,279 67,317 408,405 149,760 62,959 168,123 1,503,767 388,470 707,735 283,140 73,053 22,953 330,215 212,058 91,860 196,835 24,245 101,912 193,410 57,039 132,257

11,500 2,789,030 19,430 27,964 25,597 777 3,475 62,499 96,967 102,230 61,067 70,443 130,000 25,500 32,000 33,880 22,302 119,301 629 38,000 25,857 60,000 9,997 279,970 192,000 35,660 49,930 38,600 91,438 31,225 5,405 38,257 -

1,631 9,030 1,987,035 1,310 2,566 1,255 1,525 240 1,208 8,297 5,935 325 52,365 1,700 7,621 10,420 2,903 10,723 3,396 1,820 4,275 8,212 1,975 1,690 480 3,390 1,885 103 4,145 2,285 5,225 855 1,425 3,174 7,075 3,075 7,985 14,440 820 85,485 13,085 2,625 1,060 2,300 2,598 11,345 10,240 1,660 3,949 302,244 1,090 48,301 16,753 565 1,285 6,441 13,088 1,930 12,315 445 4,930 7,645 37,497 3,485

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Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary revenue Federal sources Geographic area Compensatory (Title I) State sources

Enrollment CALIFORNIA--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Stockton Unified............................................... Sweetwater Union High.................................... Temecula Valley Unified................................... Torrance Unified............................................... Tracy Joint Unified............................................ Turlock.............................................................. Tustin Unified................................................... Upland Unified.................................................. Vacaville Unified............................................... Val Verde Unified............................................. Vallejo Unified.................................................. Ventura Unified................................................. Victor Elementary............................................. Victor Valley Union High................................... Visalia Unified................................................... Vista Unified..................................................... Walnut Valley Unified....................................... West Contra Costa Unified............................... West Covina Unified......................................... Whittier Union High.......................................... William S Hart Union High................................ Woodland Joint Unified.................................... Yuba City Unified.............................................. Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified....................... Dependent Schools: Los Angeles County Office of Education.......... COLORADO Independent Schools: Academy.......................................................... Adams-Arapahoe............................................. Boulder Valley.................................................. Brighton............................................................ Cherry Creek.................................................... Colorado Springs.............................................. Denver.............................................................. Douglas County................................................ Falcon............................................................... Greeley............................................................. Harrison............................................................ Jefferson County.............................................. Littleton............................................................. Mesa County Valley......................................... Northglenn-Thornton........................................ Poudre.............................................................. Pueblo.............................................................. St Vrain Valley.................................................. Thompson........................................................ Westminster..................................................... CONNECTICUT Dependent Schools: Bridgeport......................................................... Hartford............................................................ New Britain....................................................... New Haven....................................................... Norwalk............................................................ Stamford........................................................... Waterbury......................................................... West Hartford................................................... DELAWARE Independent Schools: Brandywine....................................................... Christina........................................................... Colonial............................................................ Red Clay...........................................................

1

Total

Total

Special Education

Child nutrition

Other and nonspecified

Total

Formula Assistance

Special Education

38,617 42,085 28,680 25,288 17,375 13,944 20,515 14,128 13,268 18,922 17,746 17,285 11,705 13,402 26,384 26,977 15,490 31,539 12,238 13,704 24,318 10,690 13,060 10,049

397,549 456,062 250,273 229,714 149,264 140,746 192,786 110,349 115,428 339,665 189,413 176,024 102,100 238,505 243,588 240,397 135,423 363,389 95,290 177,757 226,692 103,649 133,616 92,142

46,995 30,046 8,552 10,122 5,400 9,189 8,669 6,810 5,780 53,251 16,000 14,983 8,056 7,230 21,722 19,839 4,125 33,194 5,805 14,548 6,317 9,108 11,359 4,897

17,630 6,320 1,179 1,951 781 2,720 2,019 2,259 1,526 2,586 5,122 2,897 3,079 2,386 8,762 5,407 1,215 11,194 1,152 1,136 817 1,726 2,697 1,222

6,865 6,043 4,698 4,521 2,341 2,375 3,070 1,529 1,511 44,138 3,802 3,251 1,079 1,894 3,568 4,864 1,673 6,975 818 9,773 3,491 1,594 1,753 1,595

11,224 5,799 1,204 1,468 1,572 2,532 2,464 1,686 1,555 5,122 3,472 3,225 2,799 2,051 5,175 5,103 510 7,921 2,452 1,245 424 2,130 3,425 1,387

11,276 11,884 1,471 2,182 706 1,562 1,116 1,336 1,188 1,405 3,604 5,610 1,099 899 4,217 4,465 727 7,104 1,383 2,394 1,585 3,658 3,484 693

280,497 289,208 147,078 158,103 91,086 91,444 82,580 72,694 76,961 118,829 114,858 83,312 72,199 197,071 165,671 131,968 98,551 189,032 72,512 125,037 159,480 61,801 85,645 63,325

167,690 209,587 103,807 103,512 68,305 58,721 37,556 55,838 57,068 87,763 70,408 54,533 54,204 56,249 124,001 85,794 69,894 103,108 51,487 73,635 121,158 41,319 47,003 46,989

20,086 469 372 11,918 72 10,778 145 313 1,551 10,653 418 433 159 457 4,131 19,370 3,597 21,925 10,430 192 116

11,008

888,134

340,841

21,411

81,298

1,026

237,106

362,437

115,238

164,580

21,204 33,831 28,171 11,569 49,684 30,029 72,561 50,370 12,256 18,069 11,165 86,154 15,989 21,173 37,341 25,430 17,915 24,011 15,310 10,683

194,619 300,231 287,931 102,014 472,054 321,913 797,383 471,882 97,574 152,764 101,369 825,158 150,186 177,164 349,438 239,378 155,422 205,161 139,245 100,924

7,530 27,807 12,586 4,341 17,805 24,238 86,525 10,102 3,386 15,395 11,315 41,486 6,410 13,510 15,948 14,659 20,501 10,362 7,383 9,001

9,569 2,835 711 3,058 9,595 30,385 360 4,613 4,418 8,956 938 4,165 3,613 2,829 7,345 2,219 1,288 2,005

3,036 5,765 5,113 1,564 8,029 6,254 16,775 6,833 1,394 3,532 1,718 17,667 3,200 3,997 6,271 4,067 4,241 3,178 2,613 2,540

627 6,260 1,528 1,352 4,056 4,041 16,466 1,088 582 3,857 2,481 7,044 985 2,895 3,139 2,162 5,034 2,444 1,314 2,671

3,867 6,213 3,110 714 2,662 4,348 22,899 2,181 1,050 3,393 2,698 7,819 1,287 2,453 2,925 5,601 3,881 2,521 2,168 1,785

93,049 168,709 67,979 51,035 187,225 124,954 254,239 188,725 58,854 83,317 57,797 341,225 67,490 92,259 184,048 87,702 89,641 91,055 62,643 53,465

87,705 158,692 58,091 47,613 175,442 118,187 224,424 177,436 55,488 77,525 54,792 315,432 62,957 84,387 173,628 80,428 83,208 85,050 57,874 49,522

2,198 5,116 4,326 1,471 7,588 3,898 13,295 5,692 1,508 2,937 1,797 12,348 2,706 3,613 4,939 3,609 2,800 2,843 2,632 1,663

21,248 22,329 10,941 19,981 10,739 15,045 18,210 10,127

332,201 485,464 161,692 457,915 184,703 293,373 242,197 140,116

35,415 53,778 12,300 43,315 7,099 11,917 21,135 3,907

13,547 22,596 4,613 14,123 1,680 2,263 6,278 365

4,767 6,102 2,451 4,745 2,421 4,868 4,972 2,263

9,530 10,078 2,887 7,832 1,258 2,061 5,447 697

7,571 15,002 2,349 16,615 1,740 2,725 4,438 582

245,564 330,696 98,098 318,800 38,915 65,591 138,575 24,777

126,966 136,549 50,658 102,685 5,973 3,986 78,262 6,503

24,052 41,379 15,563 29,086 4,266 3,184 22,768 6,044

10,321 18,495 10,361 15,594

172,141 269,434 145,537 234,255

9,590 13,075 9,894 14,700

2,723 3,460 2,651 3,564

2,941 2,625 2,575 4,174

1,917 3,347 2,368 2,752

2,009 3,643 2,300 4,210

105,059 139,430 92,861 133,039

65,887 98,870 57,156 88,650

1 94 26

See footnotes at end of table. Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems 27 U.S. Census Bureau

Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary revenue--Con. State sources--Con. Geographic area Parent government contributions From cities and counties From other school systems Local sources

Transportation CALIFORNIA--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Stockton Unified............................................... Sweetwater Union High.................................... Temecula Valley Unified................................... Torrance Unified............................................... Tracy Joint Unified............................................ Turlock.............................................................. Tustin Unified................................................... Upland Unified.................................................. Vacaville Unified............................................... Val Verde Unified............................................. Vallejo Unified.................................................. Ventura Unified................................................. Victor Elementary............................................. Victor Valley Union High................................... Visalia Unified................................................... Vista Unified..................................................... Walnut Valley Unified....................................... West Contra Costa Unified............................... West Covina Unified......................................... Whittier Union High.......................................... William S Hart Union High................................ Woodland Joint Unified.................................... Yuba City Unified.............................................. Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified....................... Dependent Schools: Los Angeles County Office of Education.......... COLORADO--Con. Independent Schools: Academy.......................................................... Adams-Arapahoe............................................. Boulder Valley.................................................. Brighton............................................................ Cherry Creek.................................................... Colorado Springs.............................................. Denver.............................................................. Douglas County................................................ Falcon............................................................... Greeley............................................................. Harrison............................................................ Jefferson County.............................................. Littleton............................................................. Mesa County Valley......................................... Northglenn-Thornton........................................ Poudre.............................................................. Pueblo.............................................................. St Vrain Valley.................................................. Thompson........................................................ Westminster..................................................... CONNECTICUT--Con. Dependent Schools: Bridgeport......................................................... Hartford............................................................ New Britain....................................................... New Haven....................................................... Norwalk............................................................ Stamford........................................................... Waterbury......................................................... West Hartford................................................... DELAWARE--Con. Independent Schools: Brandywine....................................................... Christina........................................................... Colonial............................................................ Red Clay...........................................................

Other and nonspecified

Total

Total taxes

Property taxes only

Charges

Other

5,196 1,550 488 1,464 653 521 599 381 623 1,022 930 1,613 377 1,176 1,271 1,711 914 2,230 270 787 1,508 1,225 853 667

87,525 77,602 42,411 41,209 22,128 32,130 33,647 16,330 18,957 28,493 32,867 26,748 17,618 139,213 40,240 44,006 23,612 64,324 17,158 28,690 26,384 19,065 37,789 15,553

70,057 136,808 94,643 61,489 52,778 40,113 101,537 30,845 32,687 167,585 58,555 77,729 21,845 34,204 56,195 88,590 32,747 141,163 16,973 38,172 60,895 32,740 36,612 23,920

47,878 86,613 59,841 46,011 31,864 20,927 84,426 20,850 20,907 17,494 37,669 48,904 12,020 14,847 24,906 56,041 21,791 109,519 9,495 20,918 38,586 21,490 27,505 12,139

47,878 86,613 59,819 46,011 31,864 20,927 73,264 20,464 20,907 17,494 33,645 48,904 12,020 14,847 24,906 56,041 21,791 94,556 9,495 20,917 38,586 21,490 23,041 10,777

-

1,167 331 1,812 334 803 627 402 140 480 102 523 302 664 1,727 1,733 375 81 325 210 838

2,427 25,578 12,185 183 5,680 9,660 2,545 2,656 126,254 998 8,232 1,758 4,557 11,582 17,546 342 925 6,318 231 4,274 3,651 4,692

2,003 4,294 8,504 6,425 2,409 2,056 3,917 3,274 2,223 1,846 2,037 3,490 648 1,250 2,802 3,250 4,136 1,901 1,221 3,302 3,911 1,475 1,819 1,508

16,582 19,992 12,301 8,870 12,491 6,667 12,567 3,774 6,761 21,511 17,851 17,001 6,896 13,248 16,241 10,026 6,478 28,010 4,957 7,553 18,167 5,176 3,427 4,743

3,240

79,379

184,856

-

-

70,923

455

70,601

24,195

18,682

1,364 1,161 1,953 685 2,612 1,180 4,202 3,233 659 972 359 4,081 724 1,029 1,355 1,536 297 949 787 378

1,782 3,740 3,609 1,266 1,583 1,689 12,318 2,364 1,199 1,883 849 9,364 1,103 3,230 4,126 2,129 3,336 2,213 1,350 1,902

94,040 103,715 207,366 46,638 267,024 172,721 456,619 273,055 35,334 54,052 32,257 442,447 76,286 71,395 149,442 137,017 45,280 103,744 69,219 38,458

72,895 86,007 176,041 33,714 217,022 113,584 373,755 206,422 25,826 41,432 25,650 356,019 61,748 59,239 116,304 114,251 32,647 81,758 54,301 32,416

72,895 86,007 143,389 33,714 217,022 113,584 373,755 204,269 25,820 41,432 25,650 356,019 61,748 59,153 116,304 114,251 32,647 81,753 54,301 32,416

-

207 107 1 197 144 303 558 1,154 187 41 1,711 283 2,956 601 592 1,037 -

56 63 65 1,122 690 1,253 2,140 197 1,379 25 561 39 107 19 627 157 173 65 136

13,516 7,284 10,327 5,801 36,173 5,592 33,191 36,297 6,067 6,655 3,015 58,939 7,082 2,923 21,655 13,443 3,948 13,005 6,369 1,870

7,366 10,254 20,932 5,804 12,995 51,989 46,975 28,985 3,254 4,586 3,526 25,217 7,417 8,843 8,508 8,095 8,528 8,216 7,447 4,036

2,369 5,241 2,578 5,708 383 140 2,387 365

92,177 147,527 29,299 181,321 28,293 58,281 35,158 11,865

51,222 100,990 51,294 95,800 138,689 215,865 82,487 111,432

-

-

47,786 95,184 46,279 86,884 136,011 212,126 80,460 107,598

-

675 1,445 507 2,431 42 629 174

2,761 990 4,196 3,617 2,211 2,281 1,249 3,660

3,371 312 2,868 467 1,416 149 -

2,944 14,798 5,005 7,472

36,227 25,668 30,700 36,891

57,492 116,929 42,782 86,516

45,725 88,168 35,110 61,397

45,725 88,168 35,110 61,397

-

-

777 22,127 3,799 8,982

1,563 1,833 1,516 2,138

9,427 4,801 2,357 13,999

See footnotes at end of table. Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems 28 U.S. Census Bureau

Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary expenditure Current spending Geographic area For selected objects Instruction Salaries and wages Employee benefits Salaries and wages Employee benefits For selected functions Support services Pupil support Staff support

Total CALIFORNIA--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Stockton Unified............................................... Sweetwater Union High.................................... Temecula Valley Unified................................... Torrance Unified............................................... Tracy Joint Unified............................................ Turlock.............................................................. Tustin Unified................................................... Upland Unified.................................................. Vacaville Unified............................................... Val Verde Unified............................................. Vallejo Unified.................................................. Ventura Unified................................................. Victor Elementary............................................. Victor Valley Union High................................... Visalia Unified................................................... Vista Unified..................................................... Walnut Valley Unified....................................... West Contra Costa Unified............................... West Covina Unified......................................... Whittier Union High.......................................... William S Hart Union High................................ Woodland Joint Unified.................................... Yuba City Unified.............................................. Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified....................... Dependent Schools: Los Angeles County Office of Education.......... COLORADO--Con. Independent Schools: Academy.......................................................... Adams-Arapahoe............................................. Boulder Valley.................................................. Brighton............................................................ Cherry Creek.................................................... Colorado Springs.............................................. Denver.............................................................. Douglas County................................................ Falcon............................................................... Greeley............................................................. Harrison............................................................ Jefferson County.............................................. Littleton............................................................. Mesa County Valley......................................... Northglenn-Thornton........................................ Poudre.............................................................. Pueblo.............................................................. St Vrain Valley.................................................. Thompson........................................................ Westminster..................................................... CONNECTICUT--Con. Dependent Schools: Bridgeport......................................................... Hartford............................................................ New Britain....................................................... New Haven....................................................... Norwalk............................................................ Stamford........................................................... Waterbury......................................................... West Hartford................................................... DELAWARE--Con. Independent Schools: Brandywine....................................................... Christina........................................................... Colonial............................................................ Red Clay...........................................................

Total

Total2

Total

404,077 512,161 250,695 218,284 141,869 146,838 180,842 107,605 123,585 363,078 170,280 165,863 110,545 138,945 223,252 266,024 132,887 404,279 101,524 181,651 255,369 97,189 148,340 89,407

342,772 389,067 214,458 198,402 127,579 114,532 155,535 95,909 99,147 167,268 154,115 148,292 80,915 85,045 206,016 212,421 114,727 292,124 77,916 122,996 189,115 87,557 102,434 75,659

213,501 256,814 143,362 127,788 80,117 79,028 96,522 61,633 66,580 93,256 90,646 91,013 49,655 48,601 127,669 128,862 76,085 167,590 48,195 77,974 116,259 56,769 62,504 47,242

71,109 65,573 38,426 39,975 24,984 18,298 30,981 18,816 19,259 26,971 28,974 34,664 16,322 19,402 43,921 45,201 21,916 66,829 12,747 24,067 36,499 14,540 21,405 14,495

208,184 223,531 144,191 129,524 82,354 77,276 98,999 64,457 61,219 103,813 87,497 83,577 51,619 50,253 125,628 139,359 69,720 173,541 45,260 71,189 108,334 48,761 61,817 47,155

138,393 160,768 106,829 87,448 56,743 56,467 68,252 45,029 44,485 63,493 57,644 57,556 36,052 30,474 85,967 88,750 51,533 108,829 32,275 49,723 74,617 36,394 40,598 33,308

44,384 39,759 26,146 26,653 17,013 12,749 19,626 12,842 11,928 16,235 17,886 18,617 10,987 11,820 27,795 28,914 13,768 42,842 8,047 14,558 21,734 8,663 14,439 9,697

118,611 139,341 62,599 53,224 39,701 31,911 48,932 26,785 34,201 56,704 58,744 49,704 25,825 31,587 67,707 61,310 38,587 104,914 29,624 42,822 75,908 33,672 36,500 25,242

18,403 23,714 10,453 7,140 4,445 3,756 6,577 3,472 5,029 8,955 5,172 7,621 2,643 4,610 5,719 7,917 7,418 11,889 3,072 9,218 12,966 3,875 4,211 3,628

19,225 19,876 7,328 4,402 7,234 3,672 5,125 2,865 5,703 5,835 10,491 5,708 2,453 3,422 7,430 10,648 5,135 24,296 3,835 7,047 9,758 5,634 4,675 2,370

865,731

629,047

233,064

79,186

301,907

111,661

37,404

315,229

63,999

95,866

233,712 324,976 262,705 109,371 469,672 357,625 748,021 517,727 123,738 149,004 97,355 886,873 151,867 191,113 391,378 239,931 151,249 208,994 150,544 97,426

163,312 269,128 245,379 79,964 409,401 284,517 680,342 398,943 74,702 136,102 87,902 708,400 131,665 152,701 289,084 203,616 138,547 176,858 121,983 91,874

106,469 180,619 168,810 49,284 281,772 161,709 391,957 262,781 47,185 87,653 59,466 466,614 92,249 102,892 193,075 129,276 90,168 110,925 72,721 61,644

21,747 37,327 35,576 12,030 59,338 37,307 102,307 58,537 10,138 20,126 11,607 137,057 19,749 21,224 41,854 31,425 21,404 23,661 15,950 12,773

98,202 161,669 149,162 46,714 269,619 151,468 346,020 240,858 43,369 79,938 50,252 421,281 80,993 97,350 177,706 116,003 81,350 101,845 63,505 52,348

69,688 117,368 108,696 32,825 204,509 104,996 230,736 175,699 30,132 57,690 36,972 295,247 61,042 71,078 125,998 82,635 59,771 74,323 46,191 39,605

13,927 24,408 22,622 8,029 41,889 24,166 59,512 38,958 6,549 12,795 7,388 87,265 12,657 14,406 26,746 19,685 13,964 15,650 9,759 8,181

61,446 95,782 86,168 29,561 126,546 124,265 289,276 140,189 28,962 50,698 33,623 255,418 43,295 49,164 97,719 81,736 50,940 67,089 53,562 35,523

6,057 12,998 9,880 3,772 21,218 8,897 26,459 13,419 5,006 7,898 5,016 29,601 4,195 8,136 11,393 10,719 7,808 7,401 7,492 5,584

6,328 10,878 13,657 2,013 14,992 17,357 50,490 19,189 3,682 9,020 5,908 45,878 5,690 6,606 12,394 12,411 8,490 6,423 6,779 3,785

328,154 481,793 151,589 435,602 180,392 328,516 247,186 138,374

280,171 390,258 134,621 323,644 164,513 243,367 241,864 128,011

163,311 213,500 82,137 169,557 100,167 147,487 131,781 82,759

58,974 83,449 26,710 71,612 37,855 49,515 66,344 27,663

180,246 222,214 89,395 196,911 109,886 151,014 138,745 74,865

115,832 137,606 62,101 116,212 72,767 100,826 83,043 54,338

42,472 53,974 21,255 49,680 26,901 33,911 43,226 18,292

83,464 150,210 39,936 105,782 49,199 86,074 85,169 47,303

14,253 32,551 4,841 10,771 9,449 15,244 12,020 7,605

4,890 16,325 3,346 9,432 2,450 11,673 22,441 9,042

154,596 280,310 154,653 270,955

131,282 234,845 113,020 193,601

77,133 137,778 65,824 101,762

33,784 62,595 29,120 46,361

76,433 143,030 70,725 111,127

50,330 95,744 45,074 70,260

22,261 42,691 20,183 32,218

49,820 83,686 36,876 74,056

7,938 15,624 5,070 6,254

2,428 2,123 2,428 2,247

See footnotes at end of table. Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems 29 U.S. Census Bureau

Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary expenditure--Con. Current spending--Con. Geographic area For selected functions--Con. Support services--Con. General School adminisadminisOther and tration tration nonspecified Other current spending Total long-term debt outstanding at end of fiscal year Long-term debt issued during fiscal year Long-term debt retired during fiscal year Indebtedness

Capital Interoutlay governmental

Interest on debt

CALIFORNIA--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Stockton Unified............................................... Sweetwater Union High.................................... Temecula Valley Unified................................... Torrance Unified............................................... Tracy Joint Unified............................................ Turlock.............................................................. Tustin Unified................................................... Upland Unified.................................................. Vacaville Unified............................................... Val Verde Unified............................................. Vallejo Unified.................................................. Ventura Unified................................................. Victor Elementary............................................. Victor Valley Union High................................... Visalia Unified................................................... Vista Unified..................................................... Walnut Valley Unified....................................... West Contra Costa Unified............................... West Covina Unified......................................... Whittier Union High.......................................... William S Hart Union High................................ Woodland Joint Unified.................................... Yuba City Unified.............................................. Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified....................... Dependent Schools: Los Angeles County Office of Education.......... COLORADO--Con. Independent Schools: Academy.......................................................... Adams-Arapahoe............................................. Boulder Valley.................................................. Brighton............................................................ Cherry Creek.................................................... Colorado Springs.............................................. Denver.............................................................. Douglas County................................................ Falcon............................................................... Greeley............................................................. Harrison............................................................ Jefferson County.............................................. Littleton............................................................. Mesa County Valley......................................... Northglenn-Thornton........................................ Poudre.............................................................. Pueblo.............................................................. St Vrain Valley.................................................. Thompson........................................................ Westminster..................................................... CONNECTICUT--Con. Dependent Schools: Bridgeport......................................................... Hartford............................................................ New Britain....................................................... New Haven....................................................... Norwalk............................................................ Stamford........................................................... Waterbury......................................................... West Hartford................................................... DELAWARE--Con. Independent Schools: Brandywine....................................................... Christina........................................................... Colonial............................................................ Red Clay...........................................................

2,586 2,200 1,031 632 595 525 958 366 728 935 1,268 592 612 750 1,597 554 969 2,798 632 793 787 535 582 435

21,697 30,438 12,112 10,677 8,391 8,172 10,113 5,450 7,213 10,320 9,853 11,029 5,106 6,186 16,344 13,860 6,528 15,806 5,589 5,070 14,474 6,568 7,928 4,953

56,700 63,113 31,675 30,373 19,036 15,786 26,159 14,632 15,528 30,659 31,960 24,754 15,011 16,619 36,617 28,331 18,537 50,125 16,496 20,694 37,923 17,060 19,104 13,856

15,977 26,195 7,668 15,654 5,524 5,345 7,604 4,667 3,727 6,751 7,874 15,011 3,471 3,205 12,681 11,752 6,420 13,669 3,032 8,985 4,873 5,124 4,117 3,262

54,172 107,604 30,774 10,227 13,243 27,393 15,879 7,926 19,403 18,657 9,273 11,468 27,753 52,644 13,108 48,083 9,500 92,159 17,709 25,589 54,600 4,416 43,301 8,719

161 113 12 8,687 639 3,069 3,044 1,871 2,178 174,384 109 2,380 83 1,791 71 4,497 68 4,131 28,882 435 3,303 54 4,117

6,972 15,377 5,451 968 408 1,844 6,384 1,899 2,857 2,769 6,783 3,723 1,794 1,256 2,337 5,449 4,163 19,928 1,768 4,184 11,219 1,913 2,551 912

180,353 190,284 49,243 32,124 14,000 48,680 34,215 35,466 63,676 136,545 126,195 73,290 62,531 46,701 39,955 119,465 85,075 546,844 36,195 97,492 197,066 40,345 92,193 17,560

105,050 11,875 14,000 28,580 431 42,935 8,439 5,445 2,115 1,079 29,125 -

26,481 18,965 3,045 2,620 30,475 5,172 784 1,035 3,490 2,000 1,640 2,518 3,440 1,635 2,315 7,784 990 3,030 3,800 1,325 1,490 630

4,864

23,248

127,252

11,911

7,669

228,364

651

19,817

-

1,967

2,648 4,298 3,569 1,607 3,796 6,093 4,299 3,210 1,946 1,602 1,021 6,397 1,275 1,608 1,972 2,704 936 1,459 983 2,331

15,222 19,773 17,872 5,417 21,100 17,325 45,146 28,692 4,313 7,796 6,323 54,174 9,387 9,877 24,481 13,518 7,891 13,298 6,859 7,379

31,191 47,835 41,190 16,752 65,440 74,593 162,882 75,679 14,015 24,382 15,355 119,368 22,748 22,937 47,479 42,384 25,815 38,508 31,449 16,444

3,664 11,677 10,049 3,689 13,236 8,784 45,046 17,896 2,371 5,466 4,027 31,701 7,377 6,187 13,659 5,877 6,257 7,924 4,916 4,003

56,622 44,001 10,694 21,928 40,393 60,541 33,646 86,297 42,430 4,819 4,725 137,231 14,263 30,027 82,673 20,734 7,312 15,860 20,718 2,587

885 241 211 1,149 31 241 770 672 397 526 375 1,907 6 1,408 456 1,520 1,564 396

12,893 11,606 6,421 6,330 19,847 12,326 33,263 32,487 5,934 7,686 4,202 41,242 5,564 6,478 19,615 14,173 4,934 14,756 6,279 2,569

212,614 221,230 245,875 170,445 402,325 205,520 654,111 609,425 91,577 101,375 76,720 718,301 111,480 135,570 430,396 238,809 88,130 317,870 139,635 106,700

22,232 344 120,000 74,000 164,120 54,860 105,470 5,235 42,400 56,800 98,600

54,030 9,288 7,880 11,715 26,630 50,990 23,236 65,453 20,398 23,096 27,379 51,722 10,896 3,599 18,973 11,015 5,558 12,394 5,460 2,318

3,156 5,016 2,250 1,130 1,067 6,212 8,541 1,472

13,238 21,069 5,267 18,604 10,010 13,562 11,037 8,729

47,927 75,249 24,232 65,845 26,223 39,383 31,130 20,455

16,461 17,834 5,290 20,951 5,428 6,279 17,950 5,843

35,189 77,251 7,470 91,168 10,613 76,237 4,540 4,943

8,072 8,686 7,185 7,013 1,283 2,141 438 3,241

4,722 5,598 2,313 13,777 3,983 6,771 344 2,179

65,918 38,197 54,485 283,683 13,221 24,944 14,927 21,773

-

2,977 10,730 6,461 22,106 4,285 10,583 1,028 5,626

1,228 1,438 1,090 1,622

7,838 13,365 6,858 10,755

30,388 51,136 21,430 53,178

5,029 8,129 5,419 8,418

20,588 20,594 34,164 55,806

445 21,200 5,877 18,273

2,281 3,671 1,592 3,275

73,523 70,550 56,025 90,799

17,274 11,786 11,450

2,906 5,510 1,710 4,144

See footnotes at end of table. Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems 30 U.S. Census Bureau

Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary revenue Federal sources Geographic area Compensatory (Title I) State sources

Enrollment DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Dependent Schools: Washington Schools......................................... FLORIDA Independent Schools: Alachua County................................................ Bay County....................................................... Brevard County................................................ Broward County................................................ Charlotte County.............................................. Citrus County.................................................... Clay County...................................................... Collier County................................................... Columbia County.............................................. Duval County.................................................... Escambia County............................................. Flagler County.................................................. Hernando County............................................. Highlands County............................................. Hillsborough County......................................... Indian River County.......................................... Lake County..................................................... Lee County....................................................... Leon County..................................................... Manatee County............................................... Marion County.................................................. Martin County................................................... Miami-Dade County.......................................... Nassau County................................................. Okaloosa County.............................................. Orange County................................................. Osceola County................................................ Palm Beach County.......................................... Pasco County................................................... Pinellas County................................................ Polk County...................................................... Putnam County................................................. Santa Rosa County.......................................... Sarasota County............................................... Seminole County.............................................. St Johns County............................................... St Lucie County................................................ Volusia County................................................. GEORGIA Independent Schools: Atlanta.............................................................. Barrow County.................................................. Bartow County.................................................. Bibb County...................................................... Carroll County.................................................. Catoosa County................................................ Chatham County.............................................. Cherokee County............................................. Clarke County................................................... Clayton County................................................. Cobb County.................................................... Columbia County.............................................. Coweta County................................................. DeKalb County................................................. Dougherty County............................................ Douglas County................................................ Effingham County............................................. Fayette County.................................................

1

Total

Total

Special Education

Child nutrition

Other and nonspecified

Total

Formula Assistance

Special Education

56,943

1,148,358

134,700

72,077

14,306

13,319

34,998

-

-

-

28,998 27,005 74,785 262,813 17,888 16,087 35,711 43,144 10,179 125,176 42,708 12,149 22,450 12,456 193,517 17,611 39,623 78,981 32,383 42,235 42,572 18,239 353,790 10,938 30,256 175,245 52,012 171,431 64,689 109,915 92,801 12,101 25,392 42,190 66,351 26,926 38,793 65,867

295,955 273,144 741,110 2,709,902 213,818 165,264 360,761 644,837 93,175 1,218,342 417,980 179,300 249,784 123,546 2,129,937 199,343 398,296 1,003,253 359,084 482,640 452,150 220,488 3,814,807 111,986 292,916 1,976,983 532,103 2,057,933 685,854 1,160,215 982,220 113,909 231,684 622,188 633,727 322,217 435,508 701,777

29,580 23,796 53,583 229,713 18,861 13,123 17,153 40,196 10,951 117,295 48,424 6,693 15,289 16,978 252,566 11,994 30,368 66,646 30,043 37,241 40,803 14,394 433,672 6,705 25,823 149,156 38,652 133,639 48,179 101,691 82,301 14,304 17,559 26,811 42,441 12,695 30,334 51,455

7,432 5,657 14,026 50,390 2,359 3,428 2,627 11,090 2,718 33,032 12,527 1,245 4,025 3,868 57,114 3,047 6,786 14,795 6,944 9,537 10,689 3,173 161,047 1,261 4,408 38,053 8,415 37,682 11,957 32,166 24,727 4,325 3,602 4,451 8,594 2,617 6,839 15,763

7,257 6,353 15,621 48,203 4,177 4,187 6,903 8,448 2,376 33,910 11,661 1,868 4,174 2,934 41,436 3,396 8,905 14,086 9,205 10,079 10,388 3,848 71,400 2,431 6,661 37,446 9,016 33,753 12,628 26,355 17,414 2,592 4,913 9,425 14,086 4,410 8,346 14,009

6,285 5,510 11,138 45,383 3,586 2,844 4,284 8,339 2,484 24,252 10,844 1,913 4,614 3,844 46,406 3,734 7,036 15,403 5,215 8,696 11,245 2,734 87,367 1,722 4,081 35,563 12,417 29,325 13,116 18,650 24,187 4,314 3,787 5,790 11,522 2,093 9,284 12,096

8,606 6,276 12,798 85,737 8,739 2,664 3,339 12,319 3,373 26,101 13,392 1,667 2,476 6,332 107,610 1,817 7,641 22,362 8,679 8,929 8,481 4,639 113,858 1,291 10,673 38,094 8,804 32,879 10,478 24,520 15,973 3,073 5,257 7,145 8,239 3,575 5,865 9,587

150,316 98,924 318,385 1,052,289 35,192 58,903 243,426 131,733 60,308 606,135 214,056 74,418 123,124 51,985 1,125,993 45,609 168,018 248,485 170,784 140,267 220,625 46,727 1,463,821 43,091 115,736 852,400 244,655 362,209 368,579 399,082 536,608 61,638 125,847 118,277 309,429 109,563 167,950 260,260

55,908 23,319 119,264 317,272 10,584 93,743 28,327 280,934 83,515 42,534 21,471 346,332 4,237 66,829 5,208 57,642 31,129 79,067 1,417 386,848 13,363 38,865 229,621 95,532 45,420 131,235 100,476 206,924 26,605 55,103 131,552 10,492 47,795 90,414

18,664 11,882 42,888 107,660 2,283 5,952 33,854 3,126 10,787 89,096 32,146 1,066 14,108 7,595 132,869 1,442 18,579 6,663 25,627 15,717 29,069 1,949 116,041 3,978 13,559 86,599 33,740 25,801 55,237 49,214 58,547 10,066 17,405 3,500 34,976 5,542 14,635 37,800

50,631 11,414 14,521 25,223 14,992 10,674 34,330 35,068 11,854 52,533 107,274 22,112 21,352 101,396 16,528 24,144 10,813 22,494

814,744 113,843 155,066 259,548 156,783 112,948 365,436 359,740 164,729 556,161 1,190,519 208,466 219,903 1,193,406 179,384 262,473 103,487 227,457

88,422 7,869 8,986 33,672 11,421 7,757 37,910 14,918 15,672 58,860 68,721 8,923 11,678 94,124 24,424 17,505 6,002 7,179

-

-

17,010 2,889 3,306 9,062 4,058 2,257 8,856 4,331 4,523 18,470 14,823 2,552 3,438 30,783 7,464 6,251 1,867 1,586

71,412 4,980 5,680 24,610 7,363 5,500 29,054 10,587 11,149 40,390 53,898 6,371 8,240 63,341 16,960 11,254 4,135 5,593

152,602 56,706 82,910 116,393 86,561 62,112 133,752 157,055 57,917 247,869 459,559 107,825 105,700 407,108 94,902 126,179 58,800 98,869

137,736 50,179 70,412 97,809 72,915 50,950 117,113 136,552 45,777 210,072 384,864 93,052 83,702 358,213 78,574 102,397 51,842 87,195

-

See footnotes at end of table. Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems 31 U.S. Census Bureau

Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary revenue--Con. State sources--Con. Geographic area Parent government contributions From cities and counties From other school systems Local sources

Transportation DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA--Con. Dependent Schools: Washington Schools......................................... FLORIDA--Con. Independent Schools: Alachua County................................................ Bay County....................................................... Brevard County................................................ Broward County................................................ Charlotte County.............................................. Citrus County.................................................... Clay County...................................................... Collier County................................................... Columbia County.............................................. Duval County.................................................... Escambia County............................................. Flagler County.................................................. Hernando County............................................. Highlands County............................................. Hillsborough County......................................... Indian River County.......................................... Lake County..................................................... Lee County....................................................... Leon County..................................................... Manatee County............................................... Marion County.................................................. Martin County................................................... Miami-Dade County.......................................... Nassau County................................................. Okaloosa County.............................................. Orange County................................................. Osceola County................................................ Palm Beach County.......................................... Pasco County................................................... Pinellas County................................................ Polk County...................................................... Putnam County................................................. Santa Rosa County.......................................... Sarasota County............................................... Seminole County.............................................. St Johns County............................................... St Lucie County................................................ Volusia County................................................. GEORGIA--Con. Independent Schools: Atlanta.............................................................. Barrow County.................................................. Bartow County.................................................. Bibb County...................................................... Carroll County.................................................. Catoosa County................................................ Chatham County.............................................. Cherokee County............................................. Clarke County................................................... Clayton County................................................. Cobb County.................................................... Columbia County.............................................. Coweta County................................................. DeKalb County................................................. Dougherty County............................................ Douglas County................................................ Effingham County............................................. Fayette County.................................................

Other and nonspecified

Total

Total taxes

Property taxes only

Charges

Other

-

-

1,013,658

-

-

989,261

-

-

7,588

16,809

6,753 5,384 13,091 35,192 3,660 4,658 7,829 7,628 2,539 20,762 11,146 4,405 5,976 2,713 37,139 3,962 8,354 19,309 5,341 7,088 10,666 4,269 29,844 2,819 6,232 28,949 9,701 29,895 15,563 20,794 22,906 2,909 5,516 9,274 11,530 6,843 10,206 12,236

68,991 58,339 143,142 592,165 29,249 37,709 108,000 120,979 18,655 215,343 87,249 68,947 60,506 20,206 609,653 35,968 74,256 217,305 82,174 86,333 101,823 39,092 931,088 22,931 57,080 507,231 105,682 261,093 166,544 228,598 248,231 22,058 47,823 105,503 131,371 86,686 95,314 119,810

116,059 150,424 369,142 1,427,900 159,765 93,238 100,182 472,908 21,916 494,912 155,500 98,189 111,371 54,583 751,378 141,740 199,910 688,122 158,257 305,132 190,722 159,367 1,917,314 62,190 151,357 975,427 248,796 1,562,085 269,096 659,442 363,311 37,967 88,278 477,100 281,857 199,959 237,224 390,062

92,463 116,367 291,257 1,197,249 142,385 80,834 69,038 411,516 17,598 404,115 108,552 81,725 79,201 45,208 593,036 125,383 140,359 606,161 119,180 225,358 133,644 139,110 1,630,181 53,369 134,998 638,346 163,694 1,219,529 180,712 599,803 228,749 33,018 61,885 410,780 223,171 167,838 182,142 284,089

92,463 116,367 291,257 1,197,249 142,385 80,834 69,038 411,516 17,598 404,115 108,552 81,725 79,201 45,208 593,036 125,383 140,359 606,161 119,180 225,358 133,644 139,110 1,630,181 53,369 134,998 638,346 163,694 1,219,529 180,712 599,803 228,749 33,018 61,885 410,780 223,171 167,838 182,142 284,089

-

-

61 12 724 171 16 11 129 428 9 585 1,208 607 61 726

15,768 13,420 39,656 128,064 9,814 8,644 16,433 18,545 2,799 61,528 15,145 5,896 7,508 5,581 62,914 4,582 13,309 21,199 8,769 21,393 21,364 10,921 160,753 2,663 8,105 25,823 16,362 119,022 13,632 35,775 56,196 3,387 14,308 23,696 24,711 10,899 11,027 28,386

7,767 20,637 38,217 101,863 7,566 3,760 14,711 42,676 1,519 29,269 31,803 10,568 24,662 3,794 95,412 11,764 46,242 60,633 30,308 57,953 35,705 9,336 126,380 6,158 8,254 310,673 68,740 222,326 74,752 23,257 78,366 1,562 12,085 42,624 33,975 21,161 44,055 76,861

-

14,866 6,527 12,498 18,584 13,646 11,162 16,639 20,503 12,140 37,797 74,695 14,773 21,998 48,895 16,328 23,782 6,958 11,674

573,720 49,268 63,170 109,483 58,801 43,079 193,774 187,767 91,140 249,432 662,239 91,718 102,525 692,174 60,058 118,789 38,685 121,409

537,381 39,701 53,806 92,455 46,796 31,644 175,037 148,928 81,711 212,569 588,832 71,642 85,036 569,097 53,127 101,258 32,892 105,875

430,682 30,371 37,027 60,356 32,450 22,275 156,360 133,939 60,884 149,837 459,733 54,765 64,438 458,292 35,710 74,868 22,721 105,875

-

66 1,157 337 1,541 1,712 1,123 5,191 1,482 1,027 6,299 2,510 2,792 20,847 143 789 1,015 -

4 48 -

6,336 4,430 5,600 5,805 5,438 5,697 5,939 17,127 3,209 16,340 32,947 10,001 8,235 19,433 3,334 7,731 2,749 6,622

29,937 3,980 3,427 9,682 4,855 4,615 7,607 21,712 4,738 19,496 34,161 7,565 6,462 82,793 3,406 9,011 2,029 8,912

See footnotes at end of table. Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems 32 U.S. Census Bureau

Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary expenditure Current spending Geographic area For selected objects Instruction Salaries and wages Employee benefits Salaries and wages Employee benefits For selected functions Support services Pupil support Staff support

Total DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA--Con. Dependent Schools: Washington Schools......................................... FLORIDA--Con. Independent Schools: Alachua County................................................ Bay County....................................................... Brevard County................................................ Broward County................................................ Charlotte County.............................................. Citrus County.................................................... Clay County...................................................... Collier County................................................... Columbia County.............................................. Duval County.................................................... Escambia County............................................. Flagler County.................................................. Hernando County............................................. Highlands County............................................. Hillsborough County......................................... Indian River County.......................................... Lake County..................................................... Lee County....................................................... Leon County..................................................... Manatee County............................................... Marion County.................................................. Martin County................................................... Miami-Dade County.......................................... Nassau County................................................. Okaloosa County.............................................. Orange County................................................. Osceola County................................................ Palm Beach County.......................................... Pasco County................................................... Pinellas County................................................ Polk County...................................................... Putnam County................................................. Santa Rosa County.......................................... Sarasota County............................................... Seminole County.............................................. St Johns County............................................... St Lucie County................................................ Volusia County................................................. GEORGIA--Con. Independent Schools: Atlanta.............................................................. Barrow County.................................................. Bartow County.................................................. Bibb County...................................................... Carroll County.................................................. Catoosa County................................................ Chatham County.............................................. Cherokee County............................................. Clarke County................................................... Clayton County................................................. Cobb County.................................................... Columbia County.............................................. Coweta County................................................. DeKalb County................................................. Dougherty County............................................ Douglas County................................................ Effingham County............................................. Fayette County.................................................

Total

Total2

Total

1,140,506

970,467

534,588

68,287

491,992

284,767

28,485

437,772

55,060

60,921

281,194 270,398 827,883 2,934,651 189,467 161,917 313,568 681,645 90,392 1,175,289 413,899 149,062 245,707 130,975 1,918,515 192,642 451,130 983,232 354,846 587,547 440,203 202,853 4,598,637 94,623 283,716 1,938,859 511,119 2,176,280 741,589 1,089,060 977,167 112,745 232,575 542,221 633,452 349,251 503,408 760,158

244,775 225,404 608,940 2,341,745 156,644 135,545 270,107 440,160 83,384 1,052,490 364,406 103,993 168,991 109,591 1,609,282 146,616 307,274 673,515 278,809 379,002 352,587 163,307 3,420,116 83,613 252,685 1,443,226 406,309 1,573,396 516,913 971,805 787,317 102,861 199,908 444,053 524,975 215,001 308,237 559,314

141,233 130,512 359,265 1,358,813 93,735 85,291 175,305 249,058 51,215 567,809 198,874 63,856 103,551 61,668 963,112 86,503 163,638 366,630 175,243 221,157 209,797 96,160 2,031,818 54,210 153,322 855,568 226,425 913,770 323,709 601,820 419,451 63,948 112,828 271,531 325,930 124,246 181,044 349,133

41,771 39,808 101,685 397,823 29,625 21,294 44,538 86,667 16,419 188,192 65,603 17,808 32,121 21,613 291,918 27,056 50,525 124,135 46,282 62,201 56,584 32,705 619,458 14,384 40,830 268,991 71,324 255,576 101,563 184,245 131,914 16,306 32,348 82,188 98,227 43,812 62,135 107,948

132,420 133,461 378,320 1,354,918 84,907 75,072 171,787 252,323 48,094 627,890 199,814 59,699 101,015 61,896 906,631 81,540 188,726 372,468 150,231 222,856 195,719 94,101 2,014,646 47,145 156,885 815,548 232,798 960,823 296,393 564,157 497,172 57,970 117,145 260,007 328,175 120,174 169,201 334,679

80,608 84,848 237,818 858,727 56,431 51,287 120,411 159,453 32,597 393,293 124,242 40,718 65,967 39,177 624,469 51,880 101,941 218,170 103,925 139,297 125,417 61,229 1,255,045 34,336 104,593 520,980 134,169 602,421 203,456 382,615 276,553 39,650 79,158 168,885 223,114 75,723 110,534 223,858

23,107 23,792 62,733 242,941 16,879 11,965 30,054 54,218 9,962 127,944 39,116 10,761 21,040 12,734 176,558 15,981 29,494 72,991 27,456 38,709 33,111 19,455 372,073 8,874 26,792 156,958 40,696 163,044 60,815 111,215 80,682 9,814 22,327 48,824 64,423 25,231 38,030 66,022

96,910 75,288 202,850 826,822 59,079 52,229 86,099 164,677 30,541 378,036 143,273 35,046 59,513 40,584 513,285 55,491 103,723 254,458 110,280 132,385 131,149 57,200 1,163,716 31,764 80,178 547,650 148,559 513,595 189,338 348,967 244,767 38,410 70,318 159,691 169,357 83,281 122,035 196,868

14,914 8,485 20,884 115,154 9,297 5,690 13,145 17,560 5,281 57,776 17,744 6,704 8,649 6,046 74,626 5,089 14,005 26,156 12,885 17,166 21,471 8,600 160,205 3,536 7,674 49,664 20,468 54,529 26,420 41,192 28,490 4,605 8,975 28,624 22,162 13,063 15,312 25,938

23,024 13,843 41,736 132,916 10,934 9,571 14,234 25,688 4,733 82,340 27,571 3,199 9,001 6,602 116,258 10,175 19,712 37,210 26,716 20,175 20,748 8,820 200,881 5,896 12,875 144,182 35,492 105,858 35,011 55,906 42,179 6,829 11,235 30,027 23,171 13,822 19,102 34,966

718,247 133,831 137,904 265,946 150,242 125,171 334,240 394,902 147,471 514,774 1,105,685 203,204 216,077 1,128,807 180,642 257,505 102,813 233,350

665,868 98,245 121,547 223,311 130,743 97,718 315,981 313,906 131,200 440,741 950,561 173,652 172,827 1,021,401 155,097 202,888 87,367 202,156

372,042 59,278 75,429 141,437 83,090 61,398 200,434 204,169 79,556 291,408 643,222 113,676 113,524 661,764 99,179 126,986 55,943 133,166

134,008 21,360 25,880 44,658 26,806 21,849 59,230 65,084 31,477 73,507 196,003 37,306 37,118 217,865 33,234 41,586 19,076 44,902

371,860 62,591 80,087 134,341 83,016 63,884 203,345 217,064 79,399 270,605 647,515 115,223 115,428 632,709 95,097 127,690 56,576 133,351

231,925 40,998 54,029 90,265 57,103 42,807 144,360 146,430 50,963 191,757 465,507 80,371 80,234 418,357 65,114 87,476 38,963 92,851

101,182 15,911 18,804 32,583 20,877 15,405 47,421 51,775 19,970 55,614 154,721 27,425 26,574 146,369 22,579 29,761 13,611 32,040

273,938 30,112 35,618 76,125 38,063 28,273 100,215 83,141 44,874 143,275 255,164 47,837 48,476 344,701 51,332 65,001 25,973 59,074

39,228 4,393 5,841 11,344 6,011 4,293 12,542 12,384 5,727 19,374 39,234 6,426 6,939 41,025 7,639 7,845 4,117 8,564

53,861 4,400 3,428 16,193 4,843 5,465 15,793 12,771 8,625 30,801 34,328 7,854 5,948 72,053 8,678 8,575 4,824 8,998

See footnotes at end of table. Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems 33 U.S. Census Bureau

Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary expenditure--Con. Current spending--Con. Geographic area For selected functions--Con. Support services--Con. General School adminisadminisOther and tration tration nonspecified Other current spending Total long-term debt outstanding at end of fiscal year Long-term debt issued during fiscal year Long-term debt retired during fiscal year Indebtedness

Capital Interoutlay governmental

Interest on debt

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA--Con. Dependent Schools: Washington Schools......................................... FLORIDA--Con. Independent Schools: Alachua County................................................ Bay County....................................................... Brevard County................................................ Broward County................................................ Charlotte County.............................................. Citrus County.................................................... Clay County...................................................... Collier County................................................... Columbia County.............................................. Duval County.................................................... Escambia County............................................. Flagler County.................................................. Hernando County............................................. Highlands County............................................. Hillsborough County......................................... Indian River County.......................................... Lake County..................................................... Lee County....................................................... Leon County..................................................... Manatee County............................................... Marion County.................................................. Martin County................................................... Miami-Dade County.......................................... Nassau County................................................. Okaloosa County.............................................. Orange County................................................. Osceola County................................................ Palm Beach County.......................................... Pasco County................................................... Pinellas County................................................ Polk County...................................................... Putnam County................................................. Santa Rosa County.......................................... Sarasota County............................................... Seminole County.............................................. St Johns County............................................... St Lucie County................................................ Volusia County................................................. GEORGIA--Con. Independent Schools: Atlanta.............................................................. Barrow County.................................................. Bartow County.................................................. Bibb County...................................................... Carroll County.................................................. Catoosa County................................................ Chatham County.............................................. Cherokee County............................................. Clarke County................................................... Clayton County................................................. Cobb County.................................................... Columbia County.............................................. Coweta County................................................. DeKalb County................................................. Dougherty County............................................ Douglas County................................................ Effingham County............................................. Fayette County.................................................

14,647

53,037

254,107

40,703

167,103

2,936

-

-

-

-

1,875 1,741 3,929 19,179 1,270 1,799 1,869 3,425 1,516 8,778 2,423 1,346 1,318 1,226 17,073 1,887 1,883 5,415 3,670 3,620 3,062 2,004 24,186 1,243 5,156 10,062 4,010 13,742 4,813 11,370 6,748 1,989 1,325 4,323 4,188 1,595 3,405 4,074

12,631 13,556 36,498 127,027 8,726 8,468 13,716 24,444 3,859 55,665 15,900 5,052 9,179 5,893 86,623 8,851 16,352 39,278 15,020 21,381 17,387 9,004 177,428 4,958 16,010 90,507 19,189 93,995 31,362 57,660 38,626 6,036 12,423 18,266 32,417 12,403 17,517 39,998

44,466 37,663 99,803 432,546 28,852 26,701 43,135 93,560 15,152 173,477 79,635 18,745 31,366 20,817 218,705 29,489 51,771 146,399 51,989 70,043 68,481 28,772 601,016 16,131 38,463 253,235 69,400 245,471 91,732 182,839 128,724 18,951 36,360 78,451 87,419 42,398 66,699 91,892

15,445 16,655 27,770 160,005 12,658 8,244 12,221 23,160 4,749 46,564 21,319 9,248 8,463 7,111 189,366 9,585 14,825 46,589 18,298 23,761 25,719 12,006 241,754 4,704 15,622 80,028 24,952 98,978 31,182 58,681 45,378 6,481 12,445 24,355 27,443 11,546 17,001 27,767

30,820 39,495 196,354 495,981 32,083 26,136 40,181 221,153 6,430 112,924 46,014 42,222 66,541 18,702 250,867 40,941 126,978 282,468 69,644 195,570 80,913 37,082 1,061,065 10,734 28,325 430,348 90,431 511,464 211,721 115,237 172,367 9,568 30,718 94,719 95,388 125,092 177,116 173,038

-

5,599 5,499 22,589 96,925 740 236 3,280 20,332 578 9,875 3,479 2,847 10,175 2,682 58,366 5,085 16,878 27,249 6,393 12,975 6,703 2,464 117,456 276 2,706 65,285 14,379 91,420 12,955 2,018 17,483 316 1,949 3,449 13,089 9,158 18,055 27,806

117,462 121,979 537,134 1,857,337 13,080 4,505 70,211 482,754 9,142 178,306 68,095 100,320 228,928 75,960 1,300,381 109,609 393,088 605,090 165,132 319,295 187,566 56,252 2,844,397 6,864 91,285 1,560,081 329,787 1,967,399 333,265 27,394 387,045 4,765 43,560 87,802 258,000 176,320 362,147 621,845

49,330 194,483 272,625 5,000 221,470 400 45,000 59,090 163,928 117,628 3,451 61,624 57,396 680,213 69,495 283,925 146,087 387,945 88,590 281 145,520 21,865 97,975

10,608 10,303 10,059 102,083 3,325 310 2,690 14,635 1,118 20,735 4,455 16,909 8,148 1,075 27,878 6,947 46,005 23,075 14,839 29,935 7,309 710 282,434 250 1,600 42,994 113,587 67,930 11,115 9,271 17,750 2,075 1,735 14,478 15,485 14,634 9,375 34,835

12,256 1,274 1,601 1,806 1,443 1,162 3,725 2,024 1,708 4,494 9,139 1,227 877 9,685 2,061 2,169 1,710 2,025

28,787 6,281 7,864 13,496 8,639 6,737 18,491 17,703 6,894 21,833 48,392 11,370 11,969 65,199 9,175 12,647 4,865 12,691

139,806 13,764 16,884 33,286 17,127 10,616 49,664 38,259 21,920 66,773 124,071 20,960 22,743 156,739 23,779 33,765 10,457 26,796

20,070 5,542 5,842 12,845 9,664 5,561 12,421 13,701 6,927 26,861 47,882 10,592 8,923 43,991 8,668 10,197 4,818 9,731

50,547 32,747 15,145 38,374 18,490 26,389 12,029 73,845 14,873 73,750 149,257 27,422 38,200 107,406 25,207 49,107 14,465 26,871

1,832 48 8 137 210 62 43 568 267 34 176 442 21 6 20

2,791 1,212 4,253 872 854 6,168 7,108 830 16 5,833 1,954 4,608 317 5,510 975 4,303

75,436 25,615 70,535 81,510 40,000 126,899 276,330 58,009 9,186 44,583 88,890 355,360 1,090 256,575 22,605 140,811

70,000 40,000 2,383 166,915 51,067 9,866 319,360 150,550 15,000 29,965

5,259 13,925 315 11,230 16,459 56,480 9,102 50,438 7,810 10,395 8,265 17,715 1,590 14,435

See footnotes at end of table. Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems 34 U.S. Census Bureau

Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary revenue Federal sources Geographic area Compensatory (Title I) State sources

Enrollment GEORGIA--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Floyd County.................................................... Forsyth County................................................. Fulton County................................................... Glynn County.................................................... Gwinnett County............................................... Hall County....................................................... Henry County................................................... Houston County................................................ Liberty County.................................................. Muscogee County............................................ Newton County................................................. Paulding County............................................... Richmond County............................................. Rockdale County.............................................. Spalding County............................................... Troup County.................................................... Walton County.................................................. Whitfield County............................................... HAWAII Dependent Schools: Hawaii Public Schools...................................... IDAHO Independent Schools: Boise................................................................ Coeur d'Alene................................................... Idaho Falls........................................................ Meridian............................................................ Nampa.............................................................. Pocatello........................................................... ILLINOIS Independent Schools: Arlington Heights Township High 214.............. Aurora East...................................................... Aurora West..................................................... Chicago............................................................ Cicero............................................................... Dupage Community Unit 200........................... Elgin Unit 46..................................................... Indian Prairie.................................................... Joliet Elementary.............................................. Kane Community Unit 300............................... Mclean County................................................. Naperville......................................................... Oswego............................................................ Palatine Community Consolidated................... Palatine Township High 211............................. Peoria............................................................... Plainfield........................................................... Rockford........................................................... Schaumburg..................................................... Springfield........................................................ St Charles......................................................... Valley View....................................................... Waukegan........................................................ INDIANA Independent Schools: Anderson.......................................................... Bartholomew Consolidated.............................. Carmel Clay...................................................... East Allen County............................................. Elkhart.............................................................. Evansville-Vanderburgh...................................

1

Total

Total

Special Education

Child nutrition

Other and nonspecified

Total

Formula Assistance

Special Education

10,683 28,171 83,861 12,381 152,043 24,877 37,368 25,193 11,033 33,115 18,498 25,669 33,391 15,350 10,967 12,381 12,145 13,320

120,619 321,449 997,880 135,656 1,571,111 271,457 380,582 262,192 113,040 364,896 174,347 249,244 357,384 160,839 120,664 125,223 136,322 134,002

9,598 9,176 45,745 11,456 87,664 18,200 16,727 19,944 19,491 37,525 13,135 11,594 48,148 10,293 11,213 11,413 8,328 10,426

-

-

2,683 2,495 14,957 3,576 32,686 6,956 6,136 6,120 3,350 10,367 4,811 3,849 11,642 3,577 3,603 3,717 2,167 4,172

6,915 6,681 30,788 7,880 54,978 11,244 10,591 13,824 16,141 27,158 8,324 7,745 36,506 6,716 7,610 7,696 6,161 6,254

60,206 129,489 297,967 48,763 655,939 117,635 170,262 142,699 65,871 187,127 91,264 141,303 180,484 69,165 68,225 63,624 58,754 72,464

52,216 98,757 243,718 38,055 590,895 107,853 143,137 127,326 60,291 170,968 78,085 115,099 160,298 60,869 49,052 55,236 45,843 66,583

-

180,728

2,985,593

256,696

57,755

36,629

38,591

123,721

2,681,049

1,980,801

388,420

25,662 10,646 10,217 32,277 14,749 12,015

230,868 71,176 68,704 230,288 99,487 83,018

17,299 6,050 6,368 11,290 10,969 10,839

4,607 1,218 1,669 1,734 2,549 2,241

4,994 1,747 1,944 4,546 2,449 64

4,183 1,015 1,540 2,603 3,288 2,337

3,515 2,070 1,215 2,407 2,683 6,197

124,316 50,818 48,932 151,641 70,950 58,213

101,237 41,545 39,417 125,142 54,630 48,380

13 289 78

12,394 12,707 12,503 413,694 13,458 13,835 40,380 28,764 10,252 19,161 12,213 18,449 13,789 12,596 12,822 14,763 26,770 29,515 14,343 14,875 13,694 17,963 16,924

212,774 109,972 117,995 4,692,622 119,736 153,303 404,792 293,505 94,449 190,676 112,984 222,282 130,648 136,003 228,737 155,845 249,650 316,028 194,584 166,319 153,990 197,419 157,708

3,542 11,399 8,456 702,909 14,710 5,954 22,242 7,325 13,728 8,785 2,971 6,044 1,728 6,565 2,586 22,416 5,578 37,296 6,359 21,084 2,715 8,763 14,673

101 3,256 2,815 286,008 6,328 494 4,709 536 6,125 1,577 1,241 625 439 958 9,543 11,322 892 7,707 385 1,180 5,293

803 1,574 2,223 81,721 2,230 3,136 5,650 4,341 2,448 3,375 133 3,592 226 2,779 670 4,093 3,471 7,822 3,178 4,749 1,548 3,024 3,188

516 3,372 2,073 147,408 4,125 723 6,462 256 3,062 2,335 941 314 663 1,361 688 4,048 774 8,135 150 3,854 273 2,784 2,967

2,122 3,197 1,345 187,772 2,027 1,601 5,421 2,192 2,093 1,498 656 1,513 400 1,467 1,228 4,732 1,333 10,017 2,139 4,774 509 1,775 3,225

28,950 62,297 42,038 1,900,570 79,691 30,625 126,605 54,695 48,668 46,097 30,029 30,407 41,329 23,763 25,347 77,466 93,805 131,605 28,065 54,376 19,232 58,161 80,199

4,370 43,039 23,949 1,579,419 59,370 9,143 67,600 16,789 33,972 22,737 13,114 6,381 25,766 5,024 4,718 41,364 49,619 62,522 5,693 26,566 4,443 25,344 47,130

3,062 5,780 5,107 4,506 6,617 16,830 12,084 4,161 4,874 4,073 6,474 2,487 4,087 3,921 8,104 7,601 13,891 6,022 4,679 3,089 7,178 7,191

10,101 11,090 14,680 10,228 13,666 22,190

107,839 103,253 140,755 98,613 146,757 241,110

10,099 10,701 10,250 6,553 13,066 25,495

3,076 1,494 391 2,048 2,449 6,093

3,515 5,262 8,849 194 6,984

2,478 1,805 586 1,769 3,423 5,092

1,030 2,140 424 2,736 7,000 7,326

58,454 48,386 40,883 50,197 72,820 108,341

50,212 40,850 30,328 43,269 59,050 91,171

357 290 490 208 739 888

See footnotes at end of table. Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems 35 U.S. Census Bureau

Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary revenue--Con. State sources--Con. Geographic area Parent government contributions From cities and counties From other school systems Local sources

Transportation GEORGIA--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Floyd County.................................................... Forsyth County................................................. Fulton County................................................... Glynn County.................................................... Gwinnett County............................................... Hall County....................................................... Henry County................................................... Houston County................................................ Liberty County.................................................. Muscogee County............................................ Newton County................................................. Paulding County............................................... Richmond County............................................. Rockdale County.............................................. Spalding County............................................... Troup County.................................................... Walton County.................................................. Whitfield County............................................... HAWAII--Con. Dependent Schools: Hawaii Public Schools...................................... IDAHO--Con. Independent Schools: Boise................................................................ Coeur d'Alene................................................... Idaho Falls........................................................ Meridian............................................................ Nampa.............................................................. Pocatello........................................................... ILLINOIS--Con. Independent Schools: Arlington Heights Township High 214.............. Aurora East...................................................... Aurora West..................................................... Chicago............................................................ Cicero............................................................... Dupage Community Unit 200........................... Elgin Unit 46..................................................... Indian Prairie.................................................... Joliet Elementary.............................................. Kane Community Unit 300............................... Mclean County................................................. Naperville......................................................... Oswego............................................................ Palatine Community Consolidated................... Palatine Township High 211............................. Peoria............................................................... Plainfield........................................................... Rockford........................................................... Schaumburg..................................................... Springfield........................................................ St Charles......................................................... Valley View....................................................... Waukegan........................................................ INDIANA--Con. Independent Schools: Anderson.......................................................... Bartholomew Consolidated.............................. Carmel Clay...................................................... East Allen County............................................. Elkhart.............................................................. Evansville-Vanderburgh...................................

Other and nonspecified

Total

Total taxes

Property taxes only

Charges

Other

-

7,990 30,732 54,249 10,708 65,044 9,782 27,125 15,373 5,580 16,159 13,179 26,204 20,186 8,296 19,173 8,388 12,911 5,881

50,815 182,784 654,168 75,437 827,508 135,622 193,593 99,549 27,678 140,244 69,948 96,347 128,752 81,381 41,226 50,186 69,240 51,112

43,167 147,681 608,123 70,197 711,528 115,329 162,556 80,787 22,807 122,606 60,913 78,954 107,905 69,979 34,792 42,449 61,009 42,617

32,539 120,758 467,741 70,197 560,706 67,089 131,892 40,837 14,968 85,946 49,911 61,027 71,108 49,846 25,691 32,234 50,306 27,115

-

149 7,932 5,851 3,067 5,874 449 131 1,753 1,029 1,812 2,068 673 284 16 346

3,594 63 17 8

5,607 14,930 19,851 1,745 53,919 8,612 16,043 11,692 2,664 9,534 4,844 10,508 4,861 5,748 3,605 4,118 3,457 4,637

1,892 12,241 26,194 3,495 52,616 8,614 9,057 6,621 2,076 8,104 2,438 5,856 14,174 3,586 2,139 3,335 4,758 3,504

35,605

276,223

47,848

-

-

-

1,996

-

19,704

26,148

4,645 1,878 1,887 7,843 3,555 2,352

18,421 7,395 7,628 18,656 12,476 7,403

89,253 14,308 13,404 67,357 17,568 13,966

73,777 10,490 10,849 48,753 12,975 10,939

73,777 10,490 10,849 48,753 12,975 10,939

-

20 -

156 -

6,847 2,658 1,287 5,807 1,459 2,069

8,453 1,160 1,268 12,797 3,134 958

2,868 2,264 3,790 3,469 4,333 15,000 8,286 3,685 6,386 5,011 3,905 5,156 4,775 2,987 4,613 10,596 14,299 4,955 5,802 2,947 5,012 8,023

18,650 11,214 9,192 321,151 12,346 10,532 27,175 17,536 6,850 12,100 7,831 13,647 7,920 9,877 13,721 23,385 25,989 40,893 11,395 17,329 8,753 20,627 17,855

180,282 36,276 67,501 2,089,143 25,335 116,724 255,945 231,485 32,053 135,794 79,984 185,831 87,591 105,675 200,804 55,963 150,267 147,127 160,160 90,859 132,043 130,495 62,836

161,983 30,074 62,348 1,767,761 21,098 107,856 235,978 214,201 27,748 121,522 73,456 171,056 75,753 97,753 179,839 49,101 130,768 136,504 149,617 80,037 122,265 115,169 60,122

161,983 30,074 62,348 1,767,761 21,098 107,856 235,978 214,201 27,748 121,522 73,456 171,056 75,753 97,753 179,839 49,101 130,768 136,504 149,617 80,037 122,265 115,169 60,122

-

17 3,686 124 3,332 73 10 585 -

2,324 937 202 78 37 330 1,861 408 117 32 753 2,132 507 2,304 310 246 736 466 -

8,544 3,554 2,656 9,038 389 4,056 10,778 9,575 537 5,809 4,184 7,573 4,369 3,137 10,424 1,163 9,105 2,869 1,334 4,342 6,109 5,002 2,023

7,431 1,711 2,295 312,344 3,770 4,775 8,842 7,709 1,907 4,777 1,812 7,085 4,105 3,959 8,409 5,182 10,394 5,450 8,899 5,649 2,933 9,858 691

-

7,885 7,246 10,065 6,720 13,031 16,282

39,286 44,166 89,622 41,863 60,871 107,274

17,841 29,880 61,764 22,402 31,501 93,256

17,841 29,880 61,764 22,402 31,501 93,256

-

2,030 100 19 1,844 1

385 1,199 8,655 2 4,488 220

18,030 5,492 10,834 3,292 4,299 7,424

3,030 5,565 8,269 16,148 18,739 6,373

See footnotes at end of table. Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems 36 U.S. Census Bureau

Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary expenditure Current spending Geographic area For selected objects Instruction Salaries and wages Employee benefits Salaries and wages Employee benefits For selected functions Support services Pupil support Staff support

Total GEORGIA--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Floyd County.................................................... Forsyth County................................................. Fulton County................................................... Glynn County.................................................... Gwinnett County............................................... Hall County....................................................... Henry County................................................... Houston County................................................ Liberty County.................................................. Muscogee County............................................ Newton County................................................. Paulding County............................................... Richmond County............................................. Rockdale County.............................................. Spalding County............................................... Troup County.................................................... Walton County.................................................. Whitfield County............................................... HAWAII--Con. Dependent Schools: Hawaii Public Schools...................................... IDAHO--Con. Independent Schools: Boise................................................................ Coeur d'Alene................................................... Idaho Falls........................................................ Meridian............................................................ Nampa.............................................................. Pocatello........................................................... ILLINOIS--Con. Independent Schools: Arlington Heights Township High 214.............. Aurora East...................................................... Aurora West..................................................... Chicago............................................................ Cicero............................................................... Dupage Community Unit 200........................... Elgin Unit 46..................................................... Indian Prairie.................................................... Joliet Elementary.............................................. Kane Community Unit 300............................... Mclean County................................................. Naperville......................................................... Oswego............................................................ Palatine Community Consolidated................... Palatine Township High 211............................. Peoria............................................................... Plainfield........................................................... Rockford........................................................... Schaumburg..................................................... Springfield........................................................ St Charles......................................................... Valley View....................................................... Waukegan........................................................ INDIANA--Con. Independent Schools: Anderson.......................................................... Bartholomew Consolidated.............................. Carmel Clay...................................................... East Allen County............................................. Elkhart.............................................................. Evansville-Vanderburgh...................................

Total

Total2

Total

116,702 361,034 1,006,083 133,873 1,556,471 238,368 406,044 285,483 110,190 336,308 170,797 266,841 340,518 144,922 112,770 126,240 152,184 119,284

104,872 237,117 788,787 121,146 1,348,370 206,031 308,402 230,279 94,276 297,445 155,845 210,363 309,530 135,130 98,268 112,320 105,950 115,747

65,026 151,013 531,972 75,904 844,232 132,030 200,898 148,133 60,124 196,765 92,751 129,523 192,709 85,413 62,236 69,613 64,952 72,209

22,369 50,144 151,486 26,611 273,190 44,697 61,338 47,855 18,470 58,763 35,301 48,695 65,570 27,982 20,537 24,128 22,257 24,905

65,059 162,907 512,028 78,548 852,779 135,054 210,166 148,819 60,339 183,489 101,912 142,248 195,877 82,938 61,988 68,163 70,090 74,540

44,457 110,031 375,289 51,892 594,042 93,388 143,914 101,395 41,351 132,835 66,711 91,959 129,421 57,301 41,410 45,892 45,854 50,628

15,331 39,506 107,473 18,483 201,560 33,810 49,000 34,708 14,069 44,417 24,814 35,487 45,432 19,365 15,199 15,909 15,981 17,835

34,409 64,148 243,336 37,011 437,581 59,482 82,145 67,233 29,273 96,619 46,097 54,836 98,232 45,274 31,295 38,844 31,648 34,464

5,080 8,369 35,330 5,446 48,744 10,117 13,500 11,259 4,587 11,403 6,278 7,371 14,058 7,957 4,184 8,511 4,282 6,048

4,126 7,275 31,376 8,029 51,034 9,317 10,211 11,201 5,880 16,956 7,043 8,831 16,319 6,508 6,061 5,992 5,405 5,417

2,199,604

2,061,560

1,169,359

419,684

1,177,781

747,615

265,562

732,536

240,925

68,883

231,899 70,151 64,844 192,556 118,423 80,126

210,470 66,606 63,771 179,735 83,176 76,658

132,046 41,862 41,997 117,765 48,727 49,762

41,199 14,710 12,920 38,244 16,582 14,881

128,175 41,134 40,477 110,957 53,681 47,329

91,891 28,533 29,233 80,118 35,596 34,454

28,098 9,703 8,697 24,599 11,807 10,054

72,133 21,527 20,422 61,772 24,846 25,127

15,270 3,901 2,945 13,151 4,478 4,298

16,003 1,958 2,592 7,596 2,662 3,738

204,062 126,451 114,683 4,571,879 105,512 152,690 395,983 271,997 101,291 239,436 108,777 201,050 152,953 128,223 214,442 160,955 302,878 283,046 161,098 160,188 142,629 200,910 154,564

190,832 104,781 101,957 4,068,749 98,878 141,048 358,753 244,657 89,675 156,129 98,551 188,985 98,644 121,859 183,672 155,857 200,053 271,027 152,782 147,953 124,764 166,261 149,479

116,855 58,238 61,794 2,463,351 59,017 89,932 217,947 159,834 48,782 96,921 61,828 120,261 61,066 83,041 111,551 99,707 126,243 152,803 99,796 85,201 76,642 105,817 88,786

34,210 18,302 19,992 571,505 21,105 22,726 83,392 38,344 18,506 27,154 17,110 44,822 15,749 25,092 46,725 33,690 34,291 67,134 33,882 30,263 23,359 27,136 25,795

106,100 56,569 65,480 2,388,536 57,614 86,209 201,561 161,919 48,262 94,696 59,388 116,868 55,906 71,971 107,667 89,657 127,632 155,924 94,586 74,584 71,276 102,916 82,688

70,739 40,845 45,079 1,633,811 39,596 64,568 138,194 124,989 29,895 67,403 42,961 81,438 42,340 55,396 71,637 63,982 95,412 102,811 68,695 51,752 52,183 73,402 59,686

19,068 4,790 14,719 381,261 14,031 14,822 52,317 29,133 11,100 17,955 11,025 29,687 9,113 14,329 28,596 19,350 24,585 43,870 22,798 16,314 15,009 16,814 15,220

78,209 44,283 32,141 1,431,194 36,174 51,271 141,904 77,221 36,978 55,935 35,607 68,082 38,153 46,596 69,839 58,370 65,247 99,891 55,301 60,574 50,302 56,889 61,109

16,197 3,929 3,517 246,601 4,797 9,867 26,117 18,780 5,413 12,136 3,584 13,604 3,748 9,389 14,996 9,766 9,716 19,482 13,424 11,336 9,779 7,414 15,063

12,816 5,956 2,526 288,653 6,785 4,678 15,114 6,615 5,912 3,461 3,465 8,315 3,034 4,168 8,169 6,461 7,833 11,896 8,447 7,740 7,975 4,469 4,868

132,379 117,027 173,356 105,002 194,328 239,479

107,319 95,838 132,306 94,471 161,737 205,308

50,902 53,637 79,959 49,310 72,860 115,216

41,359 28,124 34,010 34,715 67,974 65,745

69,681 58,307 81,373 59,638 99,639 123,183

36,399 36,925 55,464 33,578 49,884 77,091

30,385 20,018 24,100 24,159 47,651 44,818

30,741 33,261 44,158 30,085 54,273 71,236

3,271 5,733 7,141 4,171 8,300 13,657

2,569 2,145 3,538 2,327 5,620 6,093

See footnotes at end of table. Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems 37 U.S. Census Bureau

Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary expenditure--Con. Current spending--Con. Geographic area For selected functions--Con. Support services--Con. General School adminisadminisOther and tration tration nonspecified Other current spending Total long-term debt outstanding at end of fiscal year Long-term debt issued during fiscal year Long-term debt retired during fiscal year Indebtedness

Capital Interoutlay governmental

Interest on debt

GEORGIA--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Floyd County.................................................... Forsyth County................................................. Fulton County................................................... Glynn County.................................................... Gwinnett County............................................... Hall County....................................................... Henry County................................................... Houston County................................................ Liberty County.................................................. Muscogee County............................................ Newton County................................................. Paulding County............................................... Richmond County............................................. Rockdale County.............................................. Spalding County............................................... Troup County.................................................... Walton County.................................................. Whitfield County............................................... HAWAII--Con. Dependent Schools: Hawaii Public Schools...................................... IDAHO--Con. Independent Schools: Boise................................................................ Coeur d'Alene................................................... Idaho Falls........................................................ Meridian............................................................ Nampa.............................................................. Pocatello........................................................... ILLINOIS--Con. Independent Schools: Arlington Heights Township High 214.............. Aurora East...................................................... Aurora West..................................................... Chicago............................................................ Cicero............................................................... Dupage Community Unit 200........................... Elgin Unit 46..................................................... Indian Prairie.................................................... Joliet Elementary.............................................. Kane Community Unit 300............................... Mclean County................................................. Naperville......................................................... Oswego............................................................ Palatine Community Consolidated................... Palatine Township High 211............................. Peoria............................................................... Plainfield........................................................... Rockford........................................................... Schaumburg..................................................... Springfield........................................................ St Charles......................................................... Valley View....................................................... Waukegan........................................................ INDIANA--Con. Independent Schools: Anderson.......................................................... Bartholomew Consolidated.............................. Carmel Clay...................................................... East Allen County............................................. Elkhart.............................................................. Evansville-Vanderburgh...................................

2,462 1,424 1,524 1,406 5,266 860 1,955 1,376 1,102 3,635 881 1,233 3,306 1,640 1,048 1,850 1,327 688

8,081 12,379 46,294 5,780 93,394 12,509 17,377 14,816 5,520 15,934 7,544 12,359 18,308 8,239 6,670 6,112 6,404 7,288

14,660 34,701 128,812 16,350 239,143 26,679 39,102 28,581 12,184 48,691 24,351 25,042 46,241 20,930 13,332 16,379 14,230 15,023

5,404 10,062 33,423 5,587 58,010 11,495 16,091 14,227 4,664 17,337 7,836 13,279 15,421 6,918 4,985 5,313 4,212 6,743

10,383 106,570 203,836 12,154 196,614 29,628 87,158 50,717 15,914 38,863 12,921 52,763 27,649 9,792 14,117 13,402 40,726 3,246

120 274 1,103 22 505 129 344 49 85 36 30 23 176 1,922 18

1,327 17,073 12,357 551 10,982 2,580 10,140 4,438 1,946 3,679 3,309 362 342 3,586 273

25,724 392,650 229,159 51,250 855,935 56,460 393,285 88,015 42,615 142,360 164,800 20,005 45,113 77,475 28,570

136,730 43,730 629,195 23,685 194,086 62,500 134,800 14,000 40,150 23,910

7,021 11,280 15,708 1,970 223,305 12,685 33,912 16,080 7,930 7,340 24,000 5,680 7,735 1,635 4,650

19,979

136,602

266,147

151,243

138,044

-

-

-

-

-

1,282 1,128 1,334 1,325 843 1,223

10,919 4,383 3,407 10,448 4,527 4,092

28,659 10,157 10,144 29,252 12,336 11,776

10,162 3,945 2,872 7,006 4,649 4,202

16,521 2,963 816 4,173 29,482 2,468

-

4,908 582 257 8,648 5,765 1,000

139,597 10,051 4,570 264,076 131,323 20,420

105,557 370 10,020 25,029 -

12,591 1,015 1,020 14,959 32,621 1,552

2,165 2,608 2,731 54,463 4,952 2,687 8,698 2,737 3,420 1,876 3,066 4,195 2,018 4,923 2,328 2,865 1,034 4,726 1,621 7,319 1,231 2,292 2,980

9,792 16,892 6,072 161,401 5,273 9,383 24,393 13,423 3,962 9,286 5,354 10,716 5,941 6,726 8,822 7,945 9,902 13,956 8,789 6,416 9,332 10,909 6,704

37,239 14,898 17,295 680,076 14,367 24,656 67,582 35,666 18,271 29,176 20,138 31,252 23,412 21,390 35,524 31,333 36,762 49,831 23,020 27,763 21,985 31,805 31,494

6,523 3,929 4,336 249,019 5,090 3,568 15,288 5,517 4,435 5,498 3,556 4,035 4,585 3,292 6,166 7,830 7,174 15,212 2,895 12,795 3,186 6,456 5,682

12,296 18,929 3,459 322,333 2,774 4,262 16,401 11,964 10,758 73,163 3,444 7,838 36,880 5,378 22,356 4,214 78,041 4,598 6,760 6,763 3,657 31,850 2,432

2,824 30 1,071 915 9,732 192 39 1,368 390 3,421 8,717 4,268 87 5,098 137 382 3,326 4,085 728 448

934 2,741 6,443 180,767 2,789 6,465 11,097 15,184 819 8,776 6,392 806 8,712 986 4,146 797 19,686 7,284 1,174 2,146 10,123 2,071 2,205

30,181 91,077 124,320 4,527,391 24,005 141,075 364,109 305,930 69,529 302,269 120,875 304,538 56,189 57,275 20,415 340,760 108,615 19,930 30,763 172,395 260,473 59,622

18,622 2,711 355,805 4,000 70,410 59,945 110,632 89,250 2,259 50,470 118,575 35,720 6,342 26,788 1,685

5,210 3,020 3,410 153,400 3,260 6,475 19,975 17,885 30,736 8,470 4,790 8,740 11,550 11,765 1,645 99,280 44,570 17,310 15,025 6,005 19,044 4,370

559 882 546 964 1,215 1,473

6,420 5,163 5,746 6,067 9,472 10,524

17,922 19,338 27,187 16,556 29,666 39,489

6,897 4,270 6,775 4,748 7,825 10,889

13,855 10,188 18,592 4,885 15,677 27,749

7,933 7,523 20,609 5,405 14,001 3,527

3,272 3,478 1,849 241 2,913 2,895

165,785 15,111 21,250 8,130 9,286 36,245

18,572

1,075 1,106 2,790 160 1,124 5,060

See footnotes at end of table. Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems 38 U.S. Census Bureau

Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary revenue Federal sources Geographic area Compensatory (Title I) State sources

Enrollment INDIANA--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Fort Wayne....................................................... Gary.................................................................. Greater Clark County....................................... Hamilton Southeastern..................................... Hammond......................................................... Indianapolis...................................................... MSD Lawrence Township................................ MSD Perry Township....................................... MSD Pike Township......................................... MSD Warren Township.................................... MSD Washington Township............................. MSD Wayne Township..................................... Monroe County................................................. New Albany-Floyd County Consolidated.......... Penn-Harris-Madison....................................... South Bend....................................................... Tippecanoe....................................................... Vigo County...................................................... IOWA Independent Schools: Cedar Rapids................................................... Davenport......................................................... Des Moines...................................................... Dubuque........................................................... Iowa City........................................................... Sioux City......................................................... Waterloo........................................................... KANSAS Independent Schools: Blue Valley Unified 229.................................... Kansas City Unified.......................................... Lawrence Unified.............................................. Olathe Unified................................................... Shawnee Mission Unified................................. Topeka Unified................................................. Wichita Unified................................................. KENTUCKY Independent Schools: Boone County................................................... Bullitt County.................................................... Daviess County................................................ Fayette County................................................. Hardin County.................................................. Jefferson County.............................................. Kenton County.................................................. Madison County............................................... Oldham County................................................ Warren County................................................. LOUISIANA Independent Schools: Ascension Parish.............................................. Bossier Parish.................................................. Caddo Parish.................................................... Calcasieu Parish.............................................. East Baton Rouge Parish................................. Iberia Parish..................................................... Jefferson Parish............................................... Lafayette Parish............................................... Lafourche Parish.............................................. Livingston Parish.............................................. Ouachita Parish................................................ Rapides Parish................................................. St Landry Parish............................................... St Tammany Parish.......................................... Tangipahoa Parish........................................... Terrebonne Parish............................................

1

Total

Total

Special Education

Child nutrition

Other and nonspecified

Total

Formula Assistance

Special Education

31,884 14,731 10,768 15,315 14,511 37,057 16,138 14,204 10,662 12,483 10,426 14,713 11,034 11,923 10,599 21,769 11,263 16,431

333,997 209,614 101,612 125,769 152,865 464,066 217,783 161,426 103,912 120,169 94,667 178,870 98,937 110,395 106,303 268,692 114,653 131,973

31,324 23,457 9,997 1,952 11,568 65,920 9,497 11,936 7,017 7,682 9,583 22,169 8,576 8,575 1,233 34,423 3,174 11,140

10,117 10,797 1,972 293 3,922 24,838 1,597 1,903 906 917 987 3,076 2,098 1,769 236 9,089 1,023 4,619

8,137 3,715 3,897 18 11,454 3,805 6,291 2,037 2,595 3,168 11,578 2,309 2,808 6,393 -

8,192 4,219 1,924 641 4,695 15,045 2,833 3,024 1,908 2,631 2,086 4,741 1,687 2,224 748 6,267 1,314 3,537

4,878 4,726 2,204 1,018 2,933 14,583 1,262 718 2,166 1,539 3,342 2,774 2,482 1,774 249 12,674 837 2,984

168,123 134,903 58,756 54,234 96,310 282,362 76,875 76,541 38,231 68,798 29,538 88,365 39,316 58,271 48,931 130,752 47,351 87,139

141,791 120,228 49,305 45,498 80,395 235,555 62,120 53,301 29,705 51,897 21,581 62,989 31,701 49,726 43,389 112,821 40,497 75,585

1,094 237 475 456 3,586 1,008 382 378 272 261 224 470 247 492 432 1,123 365 591

17,263 15,957 31,866 10,682 11,180 13,835 10,523

179,856 174,728 364,851 110,884 110,921 140,244 115,116

9,604 12,597 31,942 4,978 5,168 9,366 9,752

2,380 3,633 5,383 1,348 1,214 2,837 2,771

1,030 1,389 6,981 696 662 917 757

3,060 3,862 8,257 1,518 1,312 2,984 2,639

3,134 3,713 11,321 1,416 1,980 2,628 3,585

85,762 80,055 173,675 51,658 45,088 75,330 55,961

76,850 72,615 158,422 46,895 40,467 68,939 51,219

180 221 118 181 16

20,497 19,992 10,451 25,492 28,518 13,818 46,938

238,415 226,966 117,136 278,549 308,190 151,267 530,138

5,284 19,941 9,977 12,626 12,670 21,805 59,607

215 8,840 1,686 2,119 2,357 4,774 21,286

-

962 6,338 1,886 2,247 2,833 4,313 12,836

4,107 4,763 6,405 8,260 7,480 12,718 25,485

77,808 143,008 46,044 134,144 109,436 89,932 313,291

55,210 116,417 33,095 100,088 78,935 69,254 253,008

14,707 11,766 8,874 20,014 18,957 11,641 32,234

17,397 12,254 10,881 34,335 13,645 92,659 13,187 10,257 11,270 12,063

150,958 101,319 101,375 349,980 123,463 1,026,965 114,413 92,800 98,302 104,187

7,486 8,288 8,199 31,122 11,654 107,923 6,364 8,916 4,794 9,895

-

-

2,096 2,434 2,681 6,810 3,647 24,472 1,673 2,109 939 2,963

5,390 5,854 5,518 24,312 8,007 83,451 4,691 6,807 3,855 6,932

62,860 60,773 62,349 131,491 78,195 417,848 56,941 56,527 52,176 57,807

37,190 39,382 39,097 63,523 50,455 231,557 34,121 35,109 31,760 35,254

-

18,199 19,393 43,019 32,247 49,197 14,129 43,528 30,255 14,613 23,155 18,937 23,763 15,457 34,857 19,487 18,911

170,717 177,530 419,169 310,061 543,620 136,158 516,180 277,707 146,013 181,074 171,464 202,921 130,207 411,849 164,386 168,156

13,522 17,427 53,415 45,883 75,588 21,257 87,980 34,481 18,363 15,882 17,439 30,412 23,225 69,055 26,685 21,752

2,916 4,539 17,784 10,110 25,038 5,637 26,363 8,704 5,326 4,426 5,556 8,733 8,249 8,278 7,649 7,112

3,382 4,308 10,463 7,837 13,363 4,009 14,893 6,578 4,268 4,370 3,792 4,360 3,708 8,693 4,460 4,888

3,804 3,922 12,226 8,264 18,280 4,674 12,413 7,310 4,034 4,784 4,613 7,907 5,790 6,702 6,044 5,321

3,420 4,658 12,942 19,672 18,907 6,937 34,311 11,889 4,735 2,302 3,478 9,412 5,478 45,382 8,532 4,431

78,004 78,949 195,268 119,583 178,185 68,513 149,812 101,777 65,654 116,302 96,591 105,832 71,914 160,541 90,378 82,077

75,387 75,676 186,950 110,572 161,557 64,772 138,918 93,136 62,565 112,398 91,747 101,378 69,152 154,614 86,693 79,013

679 805 1,547 1,073 624 1,602 1,040 337 577 859 451 667 184 1,006 91 671

See footnotes at end of table. Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems 39 U.S. Census Bureau

Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary revenue--Con. State sources--Con. Geographic area Parent government contributions From cities and counties From other school systems Local sources

Transportation INDIANA--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Fort Wayne....................................................... Gary.................................................................. Greater Clark County....................................... Hamilton Southeastern..................................... Hammond......................................................... Indianapolis...................................................... MSD Lawrence Township................................ MSD Perry Township....................................... MSD Pike Township......................................... MSD Warren Township.................................... MSD Washington Township............................. MSD Wayne Township..................................... Monroe County................................................. New Albany-Floyd County Consolidated.......... Penn-Harris-Madison....................................... South Bend....................................................... Tippecanoe....................................................... Vigo County...................................................... IOWA--Con. Independent Schools: Cedar Rapids................................................... Davenport......................................................... Des Moines...................................................... Dubuque........................................................... Iowa City........................................................... Sioux City......................................................... Waterloo........................................................... KANSAS--Con. Independent Schools: Blue Valley Unified 229.................................... Kansas City Unified.......................................... Lawrence Unified.............................................. Olathe Unified................................................... Shawnee Mission Unified................................. Topeka Unified................................................. Wichita Unified................................................. KENTUCKY--Con. Independent Schools: Boone County................................................... Bullitt County.................................................... Daviess County................................................ Fayette County................................................. Hardin County.................................................. Jefferson County.............................................. Kenton County.................................................. Madison County............................................... Oldham County................................................ Warren County................................................. LOUISIANA--Con. Independent Schools: Ascension Parish.............................................. Bossier Parish.................................................. Caddo Parish.................................................... Calcasieu Parish.............................................. East Baton Rouge Parish................................. Iberia Parish..................................................... Jefferson Parish............................................... Lafayette Parish............................................... Lafourche Parish.............................................. Livingston Parish.............................................. Ouachita Parish................................................ Rapides Parish................................................. St Landry Parish............................................... St Tammany Parish.......................................... Tangipahoa Parish........................................... Terrebonne Parish............................................

Other and nonspecified

Total

Total taxes

Property taxes only

Charges

Other

-

25,238 14,438 8,976 8,280 12,329 45,799 14,373 22,862 8,254 16,640 7,733 24,906 7,368 8,053 5,110 16,808 6,489 10,963

134,550 51,254 32,859 69,583 44,987 115,784 131,411 72,949 58,664 43,689 55,546 68,336 51,045 43,549 56,139 103,517 64,128 33,694

68,343 41,967 25,609 59,515 37,246 96,841 51,877 38,190 49,094 35,963 43,851 39,814 33,702 27,167 38,608 61,440 53,615 23,882

68,343 41,910 25,609 59,515 37,246 96,017 51,877 38,190 49,094 35,963 43,851 39,814 33,702 27,167 38,608 61,440 53,615 23,882

-

10 648 1,384 28 429 279 46 69 2,665 1 6 129 1,712

5,300 134 1,936 938 22 12,481 15 247 2,429 6,098 1,134 6,114 256 479 936

6,740 877 2,816 6,211 3,054 2,270 8,376 5,537 5,802 4,991 5,894 2,955 5,677 5,020 5,330 3,009 4,265 3,531

54,157 7,628 1,114 3,829 3,320 16,394 71,136 16,741 3,707 2,488 3,372 19,469 10,463 2,583 11,944 39,062 5,640 3,633

762 253 370 413 184 452 457

8,150 7,007 14,662 4,232 4,437 5,758 4,269

84,490 82,076 159,234 54,248 60,665 55,548 49,403

67,056 72,150 131,191 47,166 53,327 45,456 43,827

57,474 57,157 96,492 35,422 48,649 29,223 32,262

-

447 283 518 2

5,138 693 6,709 1,859 1,760 2,163 571

7,254 4,375 10,182 3,082 2,586 3,106 1,775

4,595 4,858 10,869 2,141 2,474 4,823 3,228

-

7,891 14,825 4,075 14,042 11,544 9,037 28,049

155,323 64,017 61,115 131,779 186,084 39,530 157,240

124,614 40,448 51,984 102,064 153,398 30,877 116,034

124,614 40,448 51,984 102,064 153,398 30,877 116,034

-

7,915 4,547 2,439 9,102 9,102 2,521 10,500

205 -

10,480 3,716 2,996 8,923 10,419 1,970 6,064

12,314 15,306 3,696 11,485 13,165 4,162 24,642

23 6 1 5 33 29 4 9 27

25,647 21,385 23,251 67,963 27,707 186,262 22,816 21,418 20,407 22,526

80,612 32,258 30,827 187,367 33,614 501,194 51,108 27,357 41,332 36,485

71,520 27,145 23,965 171,967 28,079 445,571 44,774 24,531 36,233 31,305

56,737 23,400 20,920 125,361 23,665 330,761 39,433 20,472 33,513 20,573

-

720 265 20 559 200 705

47 80 340 272 -

5,079 2,375 3,243 6,604 2,886 20,921 4,049 1,493 2,651 2,585

3,246 2,738 3,354 8,696 2,649 33,803 2,013 1,333 2,248 1,890

-

1,938 2,468 6,771 7,938 16,004 2,139 9,854 8,304 2,512 3,045 4,393 3,787 2,578 4,921 3,594 2,393

79,191 81,154 170,486 144,595 289,847 46,388 278,388 141,449 61,996 48,890 57,434 66,677 35,068 182,253 47,323 64,327

72,196 70,482 155,552 128,526 264,361 38,146 248,467 131,635 47,932 40,812 50,756 59,967 31,679 161,836 37,412 55,413

32,854 31,438 89,932 39,897 104,848 11,529 52,709 35,621 19,733 9,682 15,699 25,154 9,777 72,165 4,244 4,923

-

630 673 1,669 2,049 3,467 245 2,256 918 580 831 418 590 614 1,706 304 521

407 174 285 132 10 19 352

2,825 2,891 2,989 2,587 3,584 1,557 6,459 2,175 1,868 3,053 2,291 2,284 989 4,236 1,712 1,526

3,540 7,108 10,276 11,026 18,261 6,155 21,206 6,589 11,606 4,194 3,969 3,836 1,767 14,475 7,895 6,515

See footnotes at end of table. Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems 40 U.S. Census Bureau

Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary expenditure Current spending Geographic area For selected objects Instruction Salaries and wages Employee benefits Salaries and wages Employee benefits For selected functions Support services Pupil support Staff support

Total INDIANA--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Fort Wayne....................................................... Gary.................................................................. Greater Clark County....................................... Hamilton Southeastern..................................... Hammond......................................................... Indianapolis...................................................... MSD Lawrence Township................................ MSD Perry Township....................................... MSD Pike Township......................................... MSD Warren Township.................................... MSD Washington Township............................. MSD Wayne Township..................................... Monroe County................................................. New Albany-Floyd County Consolidated.......... Penn-Harris-Madison....................................... South Bend....................................................... Tippecanoe....................................................... Vigo County...................................................... IOWA--Con. Independent Schools: Cedar Rapids................................................... Davenport......................................................... Des Moines...................................................... Dubuque........................................................... Iowa City........................................................... Sioux City......................................................... Waterloo........................................................... KANSAS--Con. Independent Schools: Blue Valley Unified 229.................................... Kansas City Unified.......................................... Lawrence Unified.............................................. Olathe Unified................................................... Shawnee Mission Unified................................. Topeka Unified................................................. Wichita Unified................................................. KENTUCKY--Con. Independent Schools: Boone County................................................... Bullitt County.................................................... Daviess County................................................ Fayette County................................................. Hardin County.................................................. Jefferson County.............................................. Kenton County.................................................. Madison County............................................... Oldham County................................................ Warren County................................................. LOUISIANA--Con. Independent Schools: Ascension Parish.............................................. Bossier Parish.................................................. Caddo Parish.................................................... Calcasieu Parish.............................................. East Baton Rouge Parish................................. Iberia Parish..................................................... Jefferson Parish............................................... Lafayette Parish............................................... Lafourche Parish.............................................. Livingston Parish.............................................. Ouachita Parish................................................ Rapides Parish................................................. St Landry Parish............................................... St Tammany Parish.......................................... Tangipahoa Parish........................................... Terrebonne Parish............................................

Total

Total2

Total

357,838 183,408 114,979 155,812 150,861 563,166 198,285 157,026 136,227 142,826 113,931 210,168 117,461 132,070 105,932 278,998 107,952 149,849

323,836 170,036 102,998 113,472 129,790 471,504 157,641 133,985 98,274 108,290 98,005 152,238 101,777 105,572 81,455 243,612 79,783 128,657

166,450 96,628 61,785 64,656 72,032 278,450 89,190 80,870 54,061 66,670 60,168 90,772 55,628 59,670 39,026 121,474 48,348 80,642

116,361 42,822 26,720 31,228 40,551 105,469 50,910 35,270 28,191 28,033 25,654 39,157 30,764 28,339 30,722 95,344 19,032 30,828

198,050 89,852 67,826 63,968 76,414 252,898 104,876 77,928 56,018 62,840 59,275 98,055 55,489 64,072 48,408 149,655 48,800 81,678

110,151 59,454 44,653 42,295 47,681 170,507 64,360 53,074 35,784 42,889 39,543 65,418 34,041 39,764 25,613 81,021 34,035 56,278

78,969 27,049 19,448 20,680 27,271 66,013 37,923 23,586 19,045 18,503 17,577 28,687 19,856 19,177 20,969 65,434 13,590 21,971

108,545 73,492 31,448 43,128 46,527 199,575 45,990 49,564 38,534 43,071 33,068 46,399 39,704 36,141 29,008 82,919 27,480 40,891

13,652 9,290 4,261 5,199 7,172 20,669 4,205 6,043 5,456 6,965 4,141 4,443 6,218 4,111 2,827 12,416 2,604 6,372

19,442 8,025 3,911 2,504 3,952 32,921 3,637 4,674 2,780 2,638 2,989 1,635 4,161 2,789 4,237 9,513 2,550 4,543

168,631 156,569 376,387 116,453 105,829 132,151 120,576

155,095 138,791 305,982 92,595 93,802 116,229 87,428

101,506 87,210 193,296 59,130 61,671 72,199 54,071

34,001 30,057 76,078 19,113 17,289 26,328 18,102

97,816 94,950 190,384 59,520 60,484 78,195 56,460

68,906 65,278 131,721 41,060 45,425 52,040 39,523

23,304 22,417 50,883 12,902 12,314 19,674 12,960

48,021 36,951 96,970 29,164 29,877 33,425 26,125

4,197 4,712 17,481 4,422 2,946 3,681 2,823

5,715 3,842 6,824 3,614 5,060 3,508 2,773

212,787 221,543 107,583 270,174 301,139 144,888 525,079

173,899 199,764 94,347 229,206 242,665 134,170 460,882

117,938 116,965 60,374 160,165 170,643 87,242 288,867

30,232 26,052 17,043 35,752 40,151 24,977 91,689

105,168 131,208 56,640 147,526 157,260 83,821 254,196

78,666 71,950 40,006 111,240 121,943 59,507 178,152

19,838 22,204 11,860 25,146 28,251 17,830 56,025

61,637 59,789 33,207 72,866 75,331 44,821 188,580

10,811 4,836 6,154 13,445 13,412 9,507 33,881

12,155 8,468 4,787 11,338 9,256 6,872 34,284

161,957 103,939 102,724 335,458 123,733 999,852 124,515 99,226 103,339 107,048

121,789 85,239 88,535 302,094 107,133 906,906 98,445 81,267 81,121 83,797

81,652 56,754 57,815 200,664 70,630 618,824 65,691 49,969 53,280 52,837

23,583 16,649 18,165 60,235 21,905 176,389 19,675 16,392 17,123 17,606

72,529 52,754 54,401 182,936 62,190 482,395 58,663 50,242 49,435 54,000

54,711 40,239 39,973 133,744 47,038 366,588 43,392 33,524 35,709 37,292

14,477 10,347 11,776 42,406 13,023 93,301 12,704 11,601 10,492 13,143

42,215 26,882 27,717 103,733 36,793 377,832 35,091 25,877 28,123 23,066

6,475 2,539 2,894 16,157 6,331 42,897 5,633 4,357 5,286 1,992

3,528 3,842 2,775 17,168 7,252 83,285 3,588 4,425 3,337 2,537

164,652 171,421 425,836 297,352 477,868 138,005 476,887 260,032 146,246 173,497 167,412 206,751 128,075 395,405 151,620 163,234

145,770 153,802 381,754 274,587 451,783 115,935 440,983 250,359 125,527 162,328 153,852 192,951 124,072 332,977 143,606 154,480

87,334 98,131 245,437 175,637 247,820 70,798 240,220 160,056 77,943 102,636 99,149 116,833 73,685 203,382 90,060 93,456

37,059 35,889 84,362 50,558 101,389 19,852 95,537 50,785 22,907 34,009 33,454 44,746 30,447 83,290 30,241 36,603

90,684 88,606 220,648 153,611 258,306 70,722 255,186 156,189 73,301 103,322 90,759 116,481 74,950 209,023 87,605 96,820

62,120 62,696 154,343 114,069 171,678 50,113 167,654 113,828 51,818 72,271 64,046 80,692 50,136 142,369 62,428 64,128

24,842 22,249 52,926 31,968 65,259 13,522 65,374 34,218 14,586 23,530 22,464 30,306 19,898 54,268 19,957 23,432

47,983 54,996 138,340 105,466 164,687 36,715 163,131 82,476 43,482 46,713 52,998 62,443 37,936 105,565 45,432 47,641

6,432 6,732 16,093 14,550 24,507 3,747 17,879 12,341 6,768 6,037 5,571 7,639 4,014 12,919 4,624 7,079

6,035 9,598 27,106 22,539 19,859 4,891 18,605 12,295 6,770 5,926 7,981 9,214 3,651 13,487 6,568 8,703

See footnotes at end of table. Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems 41 U.S. Census Bureau

Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary expenditure--Con. Current spending--Con. Geographic area For selected functions--Con. Support services--Con. General School adminisadminisOther and tration tration nonspecified Other current spending Total long-term debt outstanding at end of fiscal year Long-term debt issued during fiscal year Long-term debt retired during fiscal year Indebtedness

Capital Interoutlay governmental

Interest on debt

INDIANA--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Fort Wayne....................................................... Gary.................................................................. Greater Clark County....................................... Hamilton Southeastern..................................... Hammond......................................................... Indianapolis...................................................... MSD Lawrence Township................................ MSD Perry Township....................................... MSD Pike Township......................................... MSD Warren Township.................................... MSD Washington Township............................. MSD Wayne Township..................................... Monroe County................................................. New Albany-Floyd County Consolidated.......... Penn-Harris-Madison....................................... South Bend....................................................... Tippecanoe....................................................... Vigo County...................................................... IOWA--Con. Independent Schools: Cedar Rapids................................................... Davenport......................................................... Des Moines...................................................... Dubuque........................................................... Iowa City........................................................... Sioux City......................................................... Waterloo........................................................... KANSAS--Con. Independent Schools: Blue Valley Unified 229.................................... Kansas City Unified.......................................... Lawrence Unified.............................................. Olathe Unified................................................... Shawnee Mission Unified................................. Topeka Unified................................................. Wichita Unified................................................. KENTUCKY--Con. Independent Schools: Boone County................................................... Bullitt County.................................................... Daviess County................................................ Fayette County................................................. Hardin County.................................................. Jefferson County.............................................. Kenton County.................................................. Madison County............................................... Oldham County................................................ Warren County................................................. LOUISIANA--Con. Independent Schools: Ascension Parish.............................................. Bossier Parish.................................................. Caddo Parish.................................................... Calcasieu Parish.............................................. East Baton Rouge Parish................................. Iberia Parish..................................................... Jefferson Parish............................................... Lafayette Parish............................................... Lafourche Parish.............................................. Livingston Parish.............................................. Ouachita Parish................................................ Rapides Parish................................................. St Landry Parish............................................... St Tammany Parish.......................................... Tangipahoa Parish........................................... Terrebonne Parish............................................

2,332 2,254 811 2,141 1,999 8,267 1,770 1,432 817 2,026 1,355 4,343 763 1,785 895 2,081 1,156 1,231

19,966 10,137 4,722 6,867 6,999 25,998 6,536 8,362 5,172 6,148 6,180 6,306 6,584 6,599 4,657 12,440 4,521 5,747

53,153 43,786 17,743 26,417 26,405 111,720 29,842 29,053 24,309 25,294 18,403 29,672 21,978 20,857 16,392 46,469 16,649 22,998

17,241 6,692 3,724 6,376 6,849 19,031 6,775 6,493 3,722 2,379 5,662 7,784 6,584 5,359 4,039 11,038 3,503 6,088

23,198 8,936 5,262 8,245 4,716 37,681 23,567 8,311 20,376 20,043 8,282 35,415 3,964 11,631 4,154 17,838 13,425 10,340

8,528 53 4,836 33,459 13,950 50,647 14,620 14,668 17,089 13,621 6,033 20,753 10,993 14,302 18,800 17,001 14,028 10,852

2,276 4,383 1,883 636 2,405 3,334 2,457 62 488 872 1,611 1,762 727 565 1,523 547 716 -

43,300 28,252 17,629 4,593 30,908 40,704 27,886 23,050 11,385 14,010 37,723 11,145 27,035 24,708 43,804 3,780 -

2,993 1,400 9,192 4,819 14 2,000 2,786 557 -

6,219 3,956 892 255 3,595 4,273 2,097 890 1,210 2,625 2,583 3,562 2,166 2,080 3,030 -

2,436 1,776 4,703 1,316 1,198 1,952 793

10,869 8,105 19,031 5,457 4,762 7,102 5,915

24,804 18,516 48,931 14,355 15,911 17,182 13,821

9,258 6,890 18,628 3,911 3,441 4,609 4,843

4,683 10,978 60,354 21,165 8,173 12,253 23,940

5,283 5,501 9,244 1,123 2,380 2,366 7,359

3,570 1,299 807 1,570 1,474 1,303 1,849

68,785 19,985 22,960 45,262 31,700 56,520 35,000

20,700 8,590 50,155 -

2,250 6,095 1,285 1,036 2,380 22,390 -

2,270 2,598 1,681 1,381 2,116 1,553 6,332

8,938 9,738 5,600 12,297 12,786 7,636 29,671

27,463 34,149 14,985 34,405 37,761 19,253 84,412

7,094 8,767 4,500 8,814 10,074 5,528 18,106

26,631 15,699 9,087 26,940 49,093 7,037 52,732

513 536 17 2,207 24 269 -

11,744 5,544 4,132 11,821 9,357 3,412 11,465

238,910 107,265 101,270 265,084 271,495 88,725 289,120

79,235 16,020 -

26,490 3,610 6,055 20,750 22,805 1,295 11,465

3,113 1,305 689 3,489 941 4,952 2,098 1,320 1,404 863

7,547 5,960 6,112 14,951 5,321 65,637 5,044 2,826 5,319 3,669

21,552 13,236 15,247 51,968 16,948 181,061 18,728 12,949 12,777 14,005

7,045 5,603 6,417 15,425 8,150 46,679 4,691 5,148 3,563 6,731

32,770 15,171 12,203 25,070 13,522 72,143 18,866 15,453 18,574 20,432

-

7,398 3,529 1,986 8,294 3,078 20,803 7,204 2,506 3,644 2,819

214,095 89,780 63,940 210,690 91,785 451,395 155,895 64,025 169,192 69,255

76,740 12,505 4,020 36,450 17,430 133,901 8,220 2,350 46,400 -

7,597 3,823 4,092 12,731 4,331 25,610 5,349 3,965 4,595 5,930

2,837 1,658 5,670 4,284 10,563 1,843 26,765 4,122 2,723 2,312 1,128 3,772 2,533 5,957 1,274 1,430

7,006 9,391 23,244 14,119 20,060 4,868 27,683 11,576 6,530 7,598 9,372 10,136 6,921 16,243 7,117 7,175

25,673 27,617 66,227 49,974 89,698 21,366 72,199 42,142 20,691 24,840 28,946 31,682 20,817 56,959 25,849 23,254

7,103 10,200 22,766 15,510 28,790 8,498 22,666 11,694 8,744 12,293 10,095 14,027 11,186 18,389 10,569 10,019

16,311 15,735 39,692 14,496 26,068 19,147 27,474 5,574 16,506 9,464 8,824 10,073 3,371 54,317 6,460 8,703

81 171 9 19 17 47 102 4 357 2 35 96 18 3 10

2,490 1,713 4,381 8,250 2,876 8,328 4,095 3,856 1,705 4,734 3,692 536 8,093 1,551 41

67,800 52,882 112,152 307,439 1,391 58,411 146,685 124,641 80,745 36,120 122,673 133,607 24,353 283,164 11,729 3,030

15,070 20,000 4,902 200 22,038 5,075 7,700 -

3,495 5,345 3,645 16,794 164 4,450 20,620 7,925 3,234 7,472 4,900 5,764 1,375 13,420 5,970 628

See footnotes at end of table. Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems 42 U.S. Census Bureau

Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary revenue Federal sources Geographic area Compensatory (Title I) State sources

Enrollment MARYLAND Dependent Schools: Anne Arundel County....................................... Baltimore.......................................................... Baltimore County.............................................. Calvert County.................................................. Carroll County.................................................. Cecil County..................................................... Charles County................................................. Frederick County.............................................. Harford County................................................. Howard County................................................. Montgomery County......................................... Prince Georges County.................................... St Marys County............................................... Washington County.......................................... Wicomico County............................................. MASSACHUSETTS Dependent Schools: Boston.............................................................. Brockton........................................................... Fall River.......................................................... Lawrence.......................................................... Lowell............................................................... Lynn.................................................................. New Bedford..................................................... Newton............................................................. Springfield........................................................ Worcester......................................................... MICHIGAN Independent Schools: Ann Arbor......................................................... Chippewa Valley............................................... Dearborn.......................................................... Detroit............................................................... Farmington....................................................... Flint................................................................... Forest Hills....................................................... Grand Rapids................................................... Huron Valley..................................................... Kalamazoo....................................................... L'Anse Creuse.................................................. Lansing............................................................. Livonia.............................................................. Plymouth-Canton Community.......................... Port Huron Area............................................... Rochester Community...................................... Taylor............................................................... Traverse City.................................................... Troy.................................................................. Utica Community.............................................. Walled Lake Consolidated................................ Warren Consolidated........................................ Waterford Township......................................... Wayne-Westland Community........................... MINNESOTA Independent Schools: Anoka-Hennepin............................................... Bloomington..................................................... Burnsville.......................................................... Duluth............................................................... Elk River........................................................... Lakeville...........................................................

1

Total

Total

Special Education

Child nutrition

Other and nonspecified

Total

Formula Assistance

Special Education

73,066 84,515 105,839 17,474 28,616 16,421 26,623 40,224 39,568 49,048 137,814 131,014 16,665 21,594 14,427

931,352 1,246,552 1,328,911 205,341 352,175 222,325 325,719 497,128 491,364 754,403 2,249,696 1,761,330 195,985 248,163 193,562

45,134 122,920 92,367 7,560 11,874 10,084 13,376 17,199 22,830 18,529 92,959 111,266 12,324 16,007 14,705

9,596 52,655 22,713 1,414 1,302 2,135 2,816 2,896 4,139 2,133 21,400 30,079 2,203 4,072 3,816

16,760 20,244 23,121 3,049 5,320 3,520 4,455 6,974 8,374 8,991 26,968 24,635 3,275 4,366 2,958

6,173 24,619 14,843 980 1,463 1,964 2,696 2,871 4,026 2,634 15,718 27,161 1,800 3,667 3,092

12,605 25,402 31,690 2,117 3,789 2,465 3,409 4,458 6,291 4,771 28,873 29,391 5,046 3,902 4,839

288,189 793,289 536,964 84,891 147,648 108,419 147,717 205,456 212,800 189,850 475,234 856,121 93,054 123,192 105,131

158,530 358,401 298,646 56,589 98,083 59,570 92,978 129,347 137,156 118,363 182,023 475,632 56,775 75,455 54,923

24,253 67,177 37,113 4,298 10,613 8,659 5,740 11,331 16,619 10,029 39,245 59,278 5,707 7,379 4,898

56,388 15,612 10,459 12,204 13,902 13,619 13,106 11,631 25,791 23,603

1,220,761 219,828 164,660 196,833 221,380 201,715 220,171 206,165 422,160 375,659

102,201 17,720 15,597 17,634 19,419 17,395 19,651 6,257 45,589 40,145

45,777 6,016 6,456 8,509 7,792 7,179 7,662 412 19,384 19,158

18,934 4,225 3,238 3,383 4,115 4,040 3,855 2,869 7,387 7,218

11,386 2,868 1,709 2,558 2,356 2,452 3,029 1,461 4,584 4,506

26,104 4,611 4,194 3,184 5,156 3,724 5,105 1,515 14,234 9,263

374,962 150,475 116,062 165,940 157,010 131,296 165,803 49,642 305,055 232,336

210,540 117,298 90,066 123,087 111,661 103,751 104,762 10,967 232,800 167,481

-

16,952 15,164 18,445 117,609 12,171 17,565 10,017 21,448 10,786 11,597 12,052 15,317 17,501 18,888 11,280 14,882 10,287 10,629 12,152 29,786 15,828 15,476 11,828 14,140

231,948 156,775 226,190 1,508,139 174,178 211,764 118,307 267,694 120,795 136,410 128,902 178,372 196,111 182,179 104,310 179,211 99,008 107,304 161,263 298,568 191,629 184,777 127,151 153,466

4,916 3,592 14,539 269,588 4,244 35,510 883 29,486 2,195 14,366 5,432 23,112 2,278 2,918 7,087 1,771 4,994 4,324 3,762 9,539 2,226 6,406 5,253 7,649

2,042 344 7,002 178,014 429 14,975 208 12,181 4,989 1,465 7,985 431 433 2,732 457 2,385 1,160 201 1,627 574 1,335 1,289 1,701

5 6 641 1,971 -

1,173 2,668 31,658 678 4,645 330 7,324 868 3,398 932 4,287 690 728 1,688 536 1,806 1,361 291 1,329 1,677 1,406 2,100

1,701 3,248 4,869 59,916 3,137 15,890 340 9,981 1,327 5,979 3,035 10,834 1,157 1,757 2,667 778 803 1,803 3,270 6,583 1,011 1,423 2,558 3,848

90,207 96,433 119,941 918,069 80,218 135,783 64,131 146,517 69,446 68,098 76,515 106,943 115,896 113,126 73,591 105,543 73,594 48,438 68,528 192,827 107,268 100,308 77,381 94,190

79,800 90,740 102,017 728,459 67,976 111,303 61,290 107,004 63,072 55,774 69,257 87,531 102,800 102,668 63,271 97,365 60,797 43,193 62,844 180,335 98,832 93,039 67,715 78,238

9,367 3,930 9,891 84,821 11,358 8,834 2,533 20,796 5,186 3,923 4,649 8,147 11,883 8,718 4,165 7,243 5,367 3,210 4,985 9,742 7,688 5,566 2,860 10,417

41,310 10,490 10,591 10,364 12,007 11,168

431,202 134,968 120,315 113,041 128,935 119,465

16,968 6,046 5,751 10,822 3,820 2,822

1,910 378 1,009 2,258 275 161

7,699 2,279 2,815 2,506 2,224 1,870

4,503 1,410 1,169 1,536 795 514

2,856 1,979 758 4,522 526 277

308,837 80,639 79,056 83,389 84,843 78,282

245,648 60,303 58,255 54,538 70,743 68,564

32,332 9,476 10,638 8,700 8,187 8,246

See footnotes at end of table. Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems 43 U.S. Census Bureau

Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary revenue--Con. State sources--Con. Geographic area Parent government contributions From cities and counties From other school systems Local sources

Transportation MARYLAND--Con. Dependent Schools: Anne Arundel County....................................... Baltimore.......................................................... Baltimore County.............................................. Calvert County.................................................. Carroll County.................................................. Cecil County..................................................... Charles County................................................. Frederick County.............................................. Harford County................................................. Howard County................................................. Montgomery County......................................... Prince Georges County.................................... St Marys County............................................... Washington County.......................................... Wicomico County............................................. MASSACHUSETTS--Con. Dependent Schools: Boston.............................................................. Brockton........................................................... Fall River.......................................................... Lawrence.......................................................... Lowell............................................................... Lynn.................................................................. New Bedford..................................................... Newton............................................................. Springfield........................................................ Worcester......................................................... MICHIGAN--Con. Independent Schools: Ann Arbor......................................................... Chippewa Valley............................................... Dearborn.......................................................... Detroit............................................................... Farmington....................................................... Flint................................................................... Forest Hills....................................................... Grand Rapids................................................... Huron Valley..................................................... Kalamazoo....................................................... L'Anse Creuse.................................................. Lansing............................................................. Livonia.............................................................. Plymouth-Canton Community.......................... Port Huron Area............................................... Rochester Community...................................... Taylor............................................................... Traverse City.................................................... Troy.................................................................. Utica Community.............................................. Walled Lake Consolidated................................ Warren Consolidated........................................ Waterford Township......................................... Wayne-Westland Community........................... MINNESOTA--Con. Independent Schools: Anoka-Hennepin............................................... Bloomington..................................................... Burnsville.......................................................... Duluth............................................................... Elk River........................................................... Lakeville...........................................................

Other and nonspecified

Total

Total taxes

Property taxes only

Charges

Other

16,882 15,842 22,217 4,462 7,759 4,031 8,013 9,269 9,662 11,725 28,298 49,211 5,007 5,234 3,992

88,524 351,869 178,988 19,542 31,193 36,159 40,986 55,509 49,363 49,733 225,668 272,000 25,565 35,124 41,318

598,029 330,343 699,580 112,890 192,653 103,822 164,626 274,473 255,734 546,024 1,681,503 793,943 90,607 108,964 73,726

-

-

562,841 232,028 653,392 99,775 180,041 88,969 148,543 247,675 236,825 513,020 1,608,851 685,748 81,784 98,685 55,175

-

410 4,178 157 372 948 4 298 471

27,491 10,944 37,953 8,706 11,108 6,423 13,571 13,122 15,220 25,489 65,055 48,142 7,385 8,877 5,981

7,287 87,371 4,057 4,409 1,347 8,430 2,512 13,676 3,317 7,515 6,649 60,053 1,434 1,104 12,099

12,116 2,326 1,522 1,923 1,798 2,468 2,528 2,928 4,763 3,615

152,306 30,851 24,474 40,930 43,551 25,077 58,513 35,747 67,492 61,240

743,598 51,633 33,001 13,259 44,951 53,024 34,717 150,266 71,516 103,178

-

-

615,920 43,725 30,094 5,978 41,949 49,517 25,000 142,731 57,609 90,284

-

540 6 46 2,032 147 29 -

12,893 4,111 2,264 2,962 2,866 2,802 3,701 2,148 5,737 5,640

114,245 3,797 637 4,273 136 705 3,984 5,240 8,141 7,254

-

1,040 1,763 8,033 104,789 884 15,646 308 18,717 1,188 8,401 2,609 11,265 1,213 1,740 6,155 935 7,430 2,035 699 2,750 748 1,703 6,806 5,535

136,825 56,750 91,710 320,482 89,716 40,471 53,293 91,691 49,154 53,946 46,955 48,317 77,937 66,135 23,632 71,897 20,420 54,542 88,973 96,202 82,135 78,063 44,517 51,627

100,936 41,113 71,477 197,160 63,521 25,301 39,788 36,531 33,533 36,554 35,880 30,262 52,353 50,078 17,089 47,362 14,541 42,457 66,767 65,935 61,901 63,457 24,233 35,497

100,936 41,113 71,477 197,160 63,521 25,301 39,788 36,531 33,533 36,554 35,880 30,262 52,353 50,078 17,089 47,362 14,541 42,457 66,767 65,935 61,901 63,457 24,233 35,497

-

729 93 50 14 300 138 10 5 202 95 14

15,311 3,211 7,408 84,642 17,343 4,006 5,757 45,321 8,615 9,250 2,543 11,341 13,726 3,314 2,624 10,688 3,124 3,641 8,083 7,996 7,874 4,568 10,423 11,922

8,875 7,147 5,302 14,850 5,648 3,076 4,794 2,310 4,858 2,216 4,215 1,477 8,427 8,194 1,304 9,362 1,544 4,942 6,880 11,273 7,062 5,945 5,271 2,516

10,974 5,186 7,523 23,830 3,204 8,038 2,940 7,529 1,848 5,788 4,317 5,227 3,426 4,549 2,615 4,485 1,211 3,300 7,243 10,998 5,298 4,093 4,495 1,678

1,372 347 300 3,725 429 269

29,485 10,513 9,863 16,426 5,484 1,203

105,397 48,283 35,508 18,830 40,272 38,361

67,623 28,266 21,235 9,929 26,727 22,399

67,623 28,266 21,235 9,929 26,727 22,399

-

456 2,174 2,305 911 176 2,092

1,115 93 717 47 134

25,214 7,968 8,560 3,647 6,957 8,398

12,104 8,760 3,315 3,626 6,365 5,338

See footnotes at end of table. Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems 44 U.S. Census Bureau

Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary expenditure Current spending Geographic area For selected objects Instruction Salaries and wages Employee benefits Salaries and wages Employee benefits For selected functions Support services Pupil support Staff support

Total MARYLAND--Con. Dependent Schools: Anne Arundel County....................................... Baltimore.......................................................... Baltimore County.............................................. Calvert County.................................................. Carroll County.................................................. Cecil County..................................................... Charles County................................................. Frederick County.............................................. Harford County................................................. Howard County................................................. Montgomery County......................................... Prince Georges County.................................... St Marys County............................................... Washington County.......................................... Wicomico County............................................. MASSACHUSETTS--Con. Dependent Schools: Boston.............................................................. Brockton........................................................... Fall River.......................................................... Lawrence.......................................................... Lowell............................................................... Lynn.................................................................. New Bedford..................................................... Newton............................................................. Springfield........................................................ Worcester......................................................... MICHIGAN--Con. Independent Schools: Ann Arbor......................................................... Chippewa Valley............................................... Dearborn.......................................................... Detroit............................................................... Farmington....................................................... Flint................................................................... Forest Hills....................................................... Grand Rapids................................................... Huron Valley..................................................... Kalamazoo....................................................... L'Anse Creuse.................................................. Lansing............................................................. Livonia.............................................................. Plymouth-Canton Community.......................... Port Huron Area............................................... Rochester Community...................................... Taylor............................................................... Traverse City.................................................... Troy.................................................................. Utica Community.............................................. Walled Lake Consolidated................................ Warren Consolidated........................................ Waterford Township......................................... Wayne-Westland Community........................... MINNESOTA--Con. Independent Schools: Anoka-Hennepin............................................... Bloomington..................................................... Burnsville.......................................................... Duluth............................................................... Elk River........................................................... Lakeville...........................................................

Total

Total2

Total

940,398 1,233,139 1,416,874 200,529 343,857 216,352 321,891 482,751 485,038 724,789 2,177,458 1,726,009 188,370 241,303 185,873

815,009 1,051,690 1,197,889 189,502 296,318 167,758 288,722 416,761 419,538 618,824 1,923,310 1,513,137 169,352 217,959 162,251

496,118 605,460 737,417 116,733 182,703 105,125 170,623 266,817 256,494 384,222 1,250,190 959,201 102,425 134,656 98,836

186,828 206,556 291,352 36,957 59,094 32,670 49,972 88,752 93,778 122,797 473,452 306,352 33,753 41,588 33,565

493,944 614,800 733,250 115,811 175,171 102,003 164,920 251,800 256,136 386,330 1,228,719 848,908 97,735 130,344 94,884

338,252 386,914 493,718 83,226 124,704 71,959 117,868 179,638 178,677 276,486 852,705 607,514 69,749 91,662 67,366

129,917 136,818 202,825 27,056 40,828 24,323 34,664 59,278 66,080 89,979 325,900 186,921 22,736 29,256 22,657

286,412 398,991 410,742 60,250 107,820 56,703 104,414 146,915 143,451 199,771 615,006 588,969 61,717 74,517 57,809

32,436 36,939 63,611 7,706 14,444 7,317 14,124 21,310 18,248 28,802 76,160 64,872 7,340 6,635 9,093

43,127 73,794 49,334 7,963 15,153 8,591 13,484 21,164 21,830 30,009 112,982 79,899 9,903 14,228 10,024

1,229,316 227,408 211,936 197,986 209,767 195,658 190,041 200,046 411,113 376,917

1,173,859 212,912 153,303 174,776 199,339 187,275 176,578 190,231 389,545 346,772

573,320 118,574 77,835 94,179 110,312 108,087 96,977 111,018 198,619 185,537

334,243 50,639 40,996 41,641 44,366 48,414 44,581 45,108 79,501 90,273

699,766 126,902 94,799 112,904 127,275 116,189 107,333 122,508 247,333 241,165

371,024 76,576 52,472 63,040 76,588 71,386 63,762 77,595 138,086 137,131

233,769 36,136 29,487 30,461 32,932 35,250 32,238 33,491 59,279 67,982

430,373 78,368 53,873 54,350 66,007 63,543 61,107 62,098 125,213 91,758

64,974 16,608 8,687 11,632 14,870 13,402 16,310 14,368 21,558 14,984

133,657 19,020 13,034 12,602 14,605 14,155 10,098 12,093 26,989 13,738

290,549 197,652 218,390 1,536,701 177,292 226,240 112,286 303,877 114,406 132,215 148,592 199,089 200,830 209,258 105,421 181,026 101,175 103,078 192,425 295,522 191,218 181,013 125,159 151,846

203,017 123,239 198,249 1,419,904 164,328 223,413 93,781 241,459 96,324 117,225 102,534 174,661 188,273 167,487 100,355 147,167 99,043 91,547 137,624 265,171 170,111 163,308 116,272 140,304

118,766 77,244 124,971 765,434 98,345 116,065 53,674 131,027 55,698 63,498 60,393 96,240 115,987 98,145 59,609 87,841 59,720 52,750 81,027 161,016 100,803 98,895 66,541 82,352

51,808 32,002 50,102 352,431 47,828 58,707 26,044 65,540 26,986 31,530 28,161 51,731 51,412 46,392 28,518 39,491 27,231 24,699 37,275 73,535 46,324 43,439 30,382 37,780

112,279 77,299 114,550 764,780 96,516 117,911 58,373 139,187 50,747 65,995 57,235 94,792 108,401 95,885 63,859 82,582 56,791 52,176 80,777 159,221 99,277 89,494 62,865 76,127

77,221 53,230 79,729 477,592 63,553 71,338 37,758 85,727 34,270 40,171 38,020 59,421 73,586 63,879 41,475 55,033 36,967 34,136 54,201 106,819 65,029 60,109 41,459 49,368

32,283 21,440 30,791 208,869 29,133 35,233 18,232 43,822 15,059 19,806 17,136 32,319 32,117 29,855 20,011 24,189 16,448 16,114 24,020 47,771 28,766 25,189 18,922 22,540

79,331 40,691 76,959 593,665 61,634 90,567 29,883 92,378 39,939 44,759 38,650 73,111 70,908 62,122 32,983 57,504 38,936 32,711 48,285 94,172 64,228 67,411 44,581 59,087

21,069 9,301 16,784 101,754 15,050 15,491 3,650 19,639 8,338 8,490 7,636 16,279 16,755 9,334 5,249 13,309 8,139 3,300 10,413 15,862 14,715 12,378 9,761 15,665

8,448 3,865 11,931 68,936 8,221 15,615 2,691 17,031 3,757 9,023 4,773 11,224 9,606 8,742 4,924 5,966 4,039 3,703 7,455 9,847 8,402 6,519 4,819 7,173

445,916 129,114 121,412 115,379 132,284 117,657

398,539 108,971 107,290 107,463 100,452 100,947

250,677 71,584 67,848 66,946 62,710 63,786

73,648 22,658 21,441 22,525 19,279 18,440

256,806 63,127 66,552 67,225 62,239 60,724

182,424 44,820 46,845 47,044 45,827 44,862

53,613 13,671 15,329 15,434 14,416 12,486

107,026 30,136 28,946 30,904 29,113 30,514

15,814 3,126 2,858 2,701 2,194 3,277

18,407 4,644 5,015 3,844 4,175 3,764

See footnotes at end of table. Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems 45 U.S. Census Bureau

Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary expenditure--Con. Current spending--Con. Geographic area For selected functions--Con. Support services--Con. General School adminisadminisOther and tration tration nonspecified Other current spending Total long-term debt outstanding at end of fiscal year Long-term debt issued during fiscal year Long-term debt retired during fiscal year Indebtedness

Capital Interoutlay governmental

Interest on debt

MARYLAND--Con. Dependent Schools: Anne Arundel County....................................... Baltimore.......................................................... Baltimore County.............................................. Calvert County.................................................. Carroll County.................................................. Cecil County..................................................... Charles County................................................. Frederick County.............................................. Harford County................................................. Howard County................................................. Montgomery County......................................... Prince Georges County.................................... St Marys County............................................... Washington County.......................................... Wicomico County............................................. MASSACHUSETTS--Con. Dependent Schools: Boston.............................................................. Brockton........................................................... Fall River.......................................................... Lawrence.......................................................... Lowell............................................................... Lynn.................................................................. New Bedford..................................................... Newton............................................................. Springfield........................................................ Worcester......................................................... MICHIGAN--Con. Independent Schools: Ann Arbor......................................................... Chippewa Valley............................................... Dearborn.......................................................... Detroit............................................................... Farmington....................................................... Flint................................................................... Forest Hills....................................................... Grand Rapids................................................... Huron Valley..................................................... Kalamazoo....................................................... L'Anse Creuse.................................................. Lansing............................................................. Livonia.............................................................. Plymouth-Canton Community.......................... Port Huron Area............................................... Rochester Community...................................... Taylor............................................................... Traverse City.................................................... Troy.................................................................. Utica Community.............................................. Walled Lake Consolidated................................ Warren Consolidated........................................ Waterford Township......................................... Wayne-Westland Community........................... MINNESOTA--Con. Independent Schools: Anoka-Hennepin............................................... Bloomington..................................................... Burnsville.......................................................... Duluth............................................................... Elk River........................................................... Lakeville...........................................................

7,074 17,864 12,605 1,003 1,775 1,516 1,724 2,221 1,574 3,867 11,988 21,721 778 1,558 654

60,834 78,248 82,537 9,533 20,670 12,527 16,250 28,412 23,811 43,031 126,702 101,160 10,807 14,117 11,130

142,941 192,146 202,655 34,045 55,778 26,752 58,832 73,808 77,988 94,062 287,174 321,317 32,889 37,979 26,908

34,653 37,899 53,897 13,441 13,327 9,052 19,388 18,046 19,951 32,723 79,585 75,260 9,900 13,098 9,558

96,099 125,293 174,936 8,507 38,333 40,796 28,939 52,587 53,199 89,259 187,791 135,635 14,653 17,008 20,460

19,228 53,151 31,355 1,013 6,512 3,806 3,126 4,227 9,305 3,622 33,279 56,306 1,938 4,735 1,018

10,062 3,005 12,694 1,507 2,694 3,992 1,104 9,176 2,996 13,084 33,078 20,931 2,427 1,601 2,144

219,570 60,540 232,908 36,569 67,009 70,205 22,825 220,374 98,130 349,078 821,663 499,979 54,662 43,858 51,950

31,489 6,000 3,052 17,048 20,206 550 23,599 59,974 149,600 57,301 5,789 11,915

18,601 4,545 12,000 3,784 18,816 3,992 3,241 12,947 4,895 21,263 63,199 22,954 4,135 3,174 4,702

8,869 1,460 1,538 1,271 2,503 3,288 1,630 2,121 3,647 2,058

45,660 7,714 6,490 8,049 10,284 7,823 6,865 8,591 15,313 16,321

177,213 33,566 24,124 20,796 23,745 24,875 26,204 24,925 57,706 44,657

43,720 7,642 4,631 7,522 6,057 7,543 8,138 5,625 16,999 13,849

38,500 10,076 47,061 16,287 3,801 685 10,793 7,063 5,403 11,649

3,515 3,022 2,011 3,409 1,167 3,914 1,055 875 4,964 8,581

13,442 1,398 9,561 3,514 5,460 3,784 1,615 1,877 11,201 9,915

100,111 31,900 78,198 85,025 112,718 70,715 43,308 39,727 228,643 163,800

17,613 10,300 48,355 2,910 8,489 8,817 13,864 9,625

26,270 2,267 4,350 52,985 13,489 6,115 1,790 4,763 12,652 11,930

2,131 802 982 9,242 1,085 1,936 691 1,596 774 930 690 1,091 965 1,462 753 942 901 541 2,267 1,043 552 1,513 1,433 2,001

11,440 7,198 11,009 97,653 7,734 10,717 5,310 14,656 5,778 7,172 6,968 9,432 10,208 8,700 5,640 6,805 5,011 5,759 7,882 14,947 9,810 11,442 7,601 6,644

36,243 19,525 36,253 316,080 29,544 46,808 17,541 39,456 21,292 19,144 18,583 35,085 33,374 33,884 16,417 30,482 20,846 19,408 20,268 52,473 30,749 35,559 20,967 27,604

11,407 5,249 6,740 61,459 6,178 14,935 5,525 9,894 5,638 6,471 6,649 6,758 8,964 9,480 3,513 7,081 3,316 6,660 8,562 11,778 6,606 6,403 8,826 5,090

78,755 53,081 12,516 33,523 9,665 2,050 4,439 41,950 6,314 8,707 36,156 21,156 6,820 30,707 2,607 20,087 1,203 8,576 44,026 20,656 11,160 11,880 3,673 7,191

106 264 4,968 17,423 2,134 38 1,617 240 21 2,920 -

8,777 21,332 7,519 83,274 3,035 777 9,098 3,045 9,634 6,283 9,902 3,272 5,699 11,064 2,459 12,155 689 2,934 7,855 9,695 9,947 5,825 5,214 4,351

190,165 472,200 171,413 805,800 70,350 25,749 228,782 168,225 156,990 135,347 208,316 76,503 121,185 192,341 28,984 387,912 13,256 72,562 160,660 232,848 190,316 145,124 120,032 88,899

14,122 95,510 48,632 127,845 9,779 102,130 1,299 7,766 1,139 9,895 5,135 9,870 5,985 38,828 10,000 45,870 349 -

7,920 20,493 101,771 58,060 5,525 8,765 55,080 19,082 40,132 10,426 4,163 2,662 9,392 10,453 13,563 5,700 8,020 16,115 43,900 21,187 53,388 5,596 6,575

4,192 3,298 1,596 2,368 1,508 1,731

17,001 5,016 4,692 4,858 5,377 5,544

51,612 14,052 14,785 17,133 15,859 16,198

34,707 15,708 11,792 9,334 9,100 9,709

28,173 7,110 9,704 6,111 18,743 5,588

10,025 3,986 2,377 716 187 2,578

9,179 9,047 2,041 1,089 12,902 8,544

173,410 143,942 54,606 23,020 330,911 316,042

44,155 14,932 197 64,161 74,619

14,455 4,027 3,242 2,588 6,581 6,975

See footnotes at end of table. Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems 46 U.S. Census Bureau

Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary revenue Federal sources Geographic area Compensatory (Title I) State sources

Enrollment MINNESOTA--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Minneapolis Special......................................... Mounds View.................................................... North St Paul-Maplewood................................ Osseo............................................................... Robbinsdale..................................................... Rochester......................................................... Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan...................... South Washington County................................ St Paul.............................................................. MISSISSIPPI Independent Schools: Desoto County.................................................. Harrison County............................................... Jackson............................................................ Madison County............................................... Rankin County.................................................. MISSOURI Independent Schools: Blue Springs..................................................... Columbia.......................................................... Ferguson-Florissant......................................... Fort Zumwalt.................................................... Fox................................................................... Francis Howell.................................................. Hazelwood........................................................ Independence................................................... Kansas City...................................................... Lee's Summit.................................................... Mehlville........................................................... North Kansas City............................................ Park Hill............................................................ Parkway............................................................ Rockwood......................................................... Springfield........................................................ St Joseph......................................................... St Louis............................................................ Wentzville......................................................... NEBRASKA Independent Schools: Lincoln.............................................................. Millard............................................................... Omaha.............................................................. NEVADA Independent Schools: Clark County..................................................... Washoe County................................................ NEW HAMPSHIRE Dependent Schools: Manchester....................................................... Nashua............................................................. NEW JERSEY Independent Schools: Brick Township................................................. Camden............................................................ Cherry Hill Township........................................ Clifton............................................................... Elizabeth........................................................... Freehold Regional High.................................... Hamilton Township........................................... Middletown Township....................................... Passaic............................................................. Toms River Regional........................................ Woodbridge Township......................................

1

Total

Total

Special Education

Child nutrition

Other and nonspecified

Total

Formula Assistance

Special Education

37,033 10,349 11,160 22,071 13,194 16,237 28,026 16,451 40,658

610,830 122,935 137,079 267,163 171,617 173,542 310,493 186,175 585,712

67,752 4,278 6,180 11,368 8,653 10,463 9,688 4,728 60,581

27,210 341 670 715 1,059 1,570 699 365 16,297

13,936 2,436 2,471 4,369 3,080 4,084 6,045 2,752 9,670

10,602 910 1,643 3,357 2,334 1,992 1,915 1,014 14,458

16,004 591 1,396 2,927 2,180 2,817 1,029 597 20,156

384,951 75,693 91,149 176,453 104,393 116,501 202,416 118,700 414,138

270,568 59,194 73,245 136,485 76,015 88,604 161,419 97,512 234,140

49,228 10,083 7,498 23,364 10,575 9,049 24,036 8,726 43,546

28,738 12,745 31,941 10,864 17,398

200,361 120,668 267,466 101,403 138,873

15,563 25,695 47,940 6,054 11,681

2,698 3,781 14,855 1,119 2,029

5,038 3,320 8,745 2,010 3,129

4,663 3,729 13,258 1,757 2,826

3,164 14,865 11,082 1,168 3,697

111,996 52,474 130,907 41,565 69,149

108,383 50,303 125,674 39,813 64,847

71 506 77 -

13,697 17,090 12,848 18,776 11,619 22,363 19,269 11,268 26,980 16,883 11,089 17,715 10,021 18,432 22,544 24,696 11,718 38,277 10,508

138,098 177,013 125,969 170,204 104,697 181,070 191,771 126,987 346,064 176,228 95,039 199,955 107,779 200,038 217,784 209,580 109,874 443,778 95,376

5,143 13,324 7,407 6,256 5,225 6,780 7,523 14,694 46,744 5,201 2,691 10,047 4,212 5,112 4,297 23,103 11,241 59,992 3,740

427 2,963 2,994 544 934 635 2,424 1,584 15,471 533 952 1,704 635 1,560 1,456 7,146 2,458 18,670 592

2,584 3,932 3,820 2,285 4,310 2,382 8,061 2,869 3,568 1,996 6,135 2,183 11,183 1,873

766 2,635 3,204 1,022 1,323 744 3,228 2,519 9,738 873 934 3,116 986 1,424 1,544 4,592 3,601 12,653 800

1,366 3,794 1,209 870 683 1,091 1,871 8,209 13,474 926 805 1,659 595 2,128 1,297 5,230 2,999 17,486 475

56,514 71,805 55,209 60,836 53,621 64,097 72,975 59,938 137,182 66,240 23,819 55,624 29,740 38,448 49,892 64,632 49,292 179,131 31,554

33,478 39,652 38,467 31,334 39,849 29,744 40,494 42,622 87,595 39,519 6,200 21,180 11,097 3,045 10,626 30,709 33,408 103,569 13,032

1,581 1,586 2,028 3,018 2,665 3,822 4,223 930 2,424 1,266 1,616 1,581 942 4,879 2,774 715 3,581 2,172

32,934 21,542 47,044

353,688 203,255 496,376

23,358 8,569 78,550

3,580 613 21,502

6,714 3,912 11,901

5,062 1,381 13,294

8,002 2,663 31,853

81,366 65,315 182,796

52,185 52,661 145,740

22,773 11,134 28,498

303,448 64,954

2,843,207 580,576

202,379 34,882

55,912 8,764

44,398 8,956

48,276 8,633

53,793 8,529

1,531,004 351,184

405,633 105,412

62,291 19,772

17,154 12,712

170,428 134,579

18,907 11,341

4,858 2,987

3,792 3,026

2,632 1,861

7,625 3,467

74,476 50,326

70,439 44,898

-

10,725 15,243 11,529 10,388 21,214 11,401 13,225 10,144 12,247 17,649 13,443

144,503 341,530 186,296 151,291 439,336 170,536 184,101 165,204 245,458 217,453 190,812

4,428 29,837 3,818 5,431 29,634 2,940 6,864 3,564 21,452 7,948 5,467

1,031 15,083 328 1,249 8,080 210 919 366 5,855 2,078 586

2,395 4,706 2,499 2,201 5,253 1,933 3,515 2,289 3,532 3,758 2,993

545 4,272 632 1,187 9,377 351 1,198 436 5,245 1,028 1,234

457 5,776 359 794 6,924 446 1,232 473 6,820 1,084 654

51,801 295,591 36,009 35,733 318,181 56,884 76,292 37,811 207,320 91,811 40,110

22,253 133,036 6,225 4,315 120,405 29,282 35,481 7,960 73,626 49,335 1,107

8,587 14,513 6,333 7,570 12,235 5,329 12,936 6,737 10,684 10,732 10,743

See footnotes at end of table. Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems 47 U.S. Census Bureau

Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary revenue--Con. State sources--Con. Geographic area Parent government contributions From cities and counties From other school systems Local sources

Transportation MINNESOTA--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Minneapolis Special......................................... Mounds View.................................................... North St Paul-Maplewood................................ Osseo............................................................... Robbinsdale..................................................... Rochester......................................................... Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan...................... South Washington County................................ St Paul.............................................................. MISSISSIPPI--Con. Independent Schools: Desoto County.................................................. Harrison County............................................... Jackson............................................................ Madison County............................................... Rankin County.................................................. MISSOURI--Con. Independent Schools: Blue Springs..................................................... Columbia.......................................................... Ferguson-Florissant......................................... Fort Zumwalt.................................................... Fox................................................................... Francis Howell.................................................. Hazelwood........................................................ Independence................................................... Kansas City...................................................... Lee's Summit.................................................... Mehlville........................................................... North Kansas City............................................ Park Hill............................................................ Parkway............................................................ Rockwood......................................................... Springfield........................................................ St Joseph......................................................... St Louis............................................................ Wentzville......................................................... NEBRASKA--Con. Independent Schools: Lincoln.............................................................. Millard............................................................... Omaha.............................................................. NEVADA--Con. Independent Schools: Clark County..................................................... Washoe County................................................ NEW HAMPSHIRE--Con. Dependent Schools: Manchester....................................................... Nashua............................................................. NEW JERSEY--Con. Independent Schools: Brick Township................................................. Camden............................................................ Cherry Hill Township........................................ Clifton............................................................... Elizabeth........................................................... Freehold Regional High.................................... Hamilton Township........................................... Middletown Township....................................... Passaic............................................................. Toms River Regional........................................ Woodbridge Township......................................

Other and nonspecified

Total

Total taxes

Property taxes only

Charges

Other

2,301 282 1,010 1,739 554 193 582 1,161

62,854 6,134 10,406 15,594 16,064 18,294 16,768 11,880 135,291

158,127 42,964 39,750 79,342 58,571 46,578 98,389 62,747 110,993

100,484 28,217 25,328 50,257 36,607 33,100 68,719 37,422 69,514

100,484 28,217 25,328 50,257 36,607 33,100 68,719 37,422 69,514

-

16,307 2,421 3,192 2,859 4,850 235 5,346 4,117 12,892

116 879 372 681 585 306 195 26 1,939

9,382 6,583 6,904 13,790 8,568 7,992 13,868 11,538 10,686

31,838 4,864 3,954 11,755 7,961 4,945 10,261 9,644 15,962

-

3,542 2,171 4,727 1,675 4,302

72,802 42,499 88,619 53,784 58,043

54,622 23,497 78,682 45,834 44,759

54,622 21,909 78,682 45,833 44,759

-

2,364 712 -

30 50 36 3

9,986 3,448 5,430 4,806 9,678

5,800 15,504 3,795 3,108 3,603

2,516 3,015 948 2,683 1,475 3,246 1,961 2,387 8,218 2,729 1,261 2,932 1,593 1,701 2,531 2,331 1,389 10,474 1,758

18,939 27,552 13,766 23,801 9,632 27,285 26,297 13,999 38,945 22,726 14,742 29,931 16,108 33,702 31,856 28,818 13,780 61,507 14,592

76,441 91,884 63,353 103,112 45,851 110,193 111,273 52,355 162,138 104,787 68,529 134,284 73,827 156,478 163,595 121,845 49,341 204,655 60,082

58,540 77,983 54,573 84,150 33,049 89,731 97,130 39,009 137,080 81,773 52,472 110,017 56,464 120,333 120,913 99,404 37,855 184,563 49,241

57,049 75,822 45,894 81,185 32,812 89,253 90,218 37,825 129,550 77,562 50,944 104,642 55,417 115,825 110,735 92,790 35,726 144,665 48,610

-

1,744 1,309 1,252 2,147 2,007 2,185 2,184 1,303 3,077 2,184 1,336 2,803 3,120 2,982 2,609 2,100 1,510 2,531 1,127

1,114 118 64 335 178 122 77 379 1,234 45 2,025 427 83 277 103 -

9,320 5,859 3,520 8,095 8,198 11,379 3,955 6,433 3,590 11,530 4,959 9,419 8,016 11,498 19,464 8,585 5,689 4,237 5,960

5,723 6,615 3,944 8,720 2,597 6,563 7,826 5,488 18,314 8,921 8,528 12,000 6,227 19,640 20,182 11,673 4,010 13,221 3,754

-

6,408 1,520 8,558

248,964 129,371 235,030

211,708 109,421 214,269

192,275 98,336 189,693

-

1,539 1,023 2,411

264 403

11,652 12,523 5,965

23,801 6,404 11,982

-

1,063,080 226,000

1,109,824 194,510

906,460 150,451

904,276 150,145

-

241

616 1,193

87,093 23,677

115,655 18,948

-

4,037 5,428

77,045 72,912

-

-

51,419 66,956

-

20,420 515

3,263 3,313

1,943 2,128

4,435 4,649 1,451 1,898 1,986 3,688 3,058 3,128 2,355 3,866 3,652

16,526 143,393 22,000 21,950 183,555 18,585 24,817 19,986 120,655 27,878 24,608

88,274 16,102 146,469 110,127 91,521 110,712 100,945 123,829 16,686 117,694 145,235

82,667 7,645 139,016 105,902 37,165 106,064 96,403 111,132 14,007 110,276 140,373

82,667 7,645 139,016 105,902 37,165 106,064 96,403 111,132 14,007 110,276 140,373

-

17 -

195 123 168 26 491 -

2,569 5,029 5,029 2,039 2,107 3,441 2,081 1,866 392 4,342 2,862

2,843 3,428 2,301 2,186 52,249 1,039 2,461 10,805 2,287 2,568 2,000

See footnotes at end of table. Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems 48 U.S. Census Bureau

Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary expenditure Current spending Geographic area For selected objects Instruction Salaries and wages Employee benefits Salaries and wages Employee benefits For selected functions Support services Pupil support Staff support

Total MINNESOTA--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Minneapolis Special......................................... Mounds View.................................................... North St Paul-Maplewood................................ Osseo............................................................... Robbinsdale..................................................... Rochester......................................................... Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan...................... South Washington County................................ St Paul.............................................................. MISSISSIPPI--Con. Independent Schools: Desoto County.................................................. Harrison County............................................... Jackson............................................................ Madison County............................................... Rankin County.................................................. MISSOURI--Con. Independent Schools: Blue Springs..................................................... Columbia.......................................................... Ferguson-Florissant......................................... Fort Zumwalt.................................................... Fox................................................................... Francis Howell.................................................. Hazelwood........................................................ Independence................................................... Kansas City...................................................... Lee's Summit.................................................... Mehlville........................................................... North Kansas City............................................ Park Hill............................................................ Parkway............................................................ Rockwood......................................................... Springfield........................................................ St Joseph......................................................... St Louis............................................................ Wentzville......................................................... NEBRASKA--Con. Independent Schools: Lincoln.............................................................. Millard............................................................... Omaha.............................................................. NEVADA--Con. Independent Schools: Clark County..................................................... Washoe County................................................ NEW HAMPSHIRE--Con. Dependent Schools: Manchester....................................................... Nashua............................................................. NEW JERSEY--Con. Independent Schools: Brick Township................................................. Camden............................................................ Cherry Hill Township........................................ Clifton............................................................... Elizabeth........................................................... Freehold Regional High.................................... Hamilton Township........................................... Middletown Township....................................... Passaic............................................................. Toms River Regional........................................ Woodbridge Township......................................

Total

Total2

Total

606,042 118,158 133,415 273,492 182,281 171,952 298,220 198,018 591,390

489,687 98,032 100,878 235,884 135,251 146,339 261,013 149,141 501,379

312,722 59,008 60,835 147,578 87,143 89,265 177,408 94,061 325,798

96,636 18,709 23,366 42,799 25,151 27,466 48,650 34,403 93,798

305,099 60,974 60,976 149,062 76,966 87,964 180,416 91,262 323,133

204,744 43,476 40,675 107,136 56,198 62,614 133,581 61,789 231,045

66,653 13,910 16,257 32,614 15,751 19,051 34,913 24,564 65,884

145,896 29,029 28,094 65,117 44,998 43,775 63,073 42,976 134,497

20,381 4,015 2,775 3,975 4,365 3,613 5,386 6,251 18,395

24,580 3,309 6,213 10,782 6,373 6,406 10,419 8,415 22,250

203,462 109,134 275,020 101,028 128,992

166,306 97,297 254,867 74,854 118,805

100,883 53,279 158,872 44,030 74,022

29,269 17,071 52,440 13,127 22,739

97,400 55,254 142,115 45,876 72,460

68,754 36,586 99,864 32,338 50,300

19,144 11,106 30,348 9,515 14,794

59,036 35,796 94,892 24,978 38,138

9,804 5,163 10,619 3,289 5,943

5,940 2,503 15,077 3,338 5,565

139,687 182,094 131,621 179,349 108,333 176,063 219,496 126,508 339,217 190,872 85,232 237,232 104,707 201,957 220,446 215,440 104,745 420,248 115,949

118,393 162,287 117,944 140,905 96,827 162,189 158,502 113,603 327,220 147,113 80,031 153,703 91,340 177,648 185,002 187,062 97,027 377,837 79,639

80,068 103,209 78,536 86,564 64,553 101,319 103,741 72,010 189,599 99,886 51,876 106,048 58,604 114,682 118,247 118,588 62,538 196,920 49,944

18,188 25,806 22,109 27,514 15,529 31,460 30,058 15,761 40,487 23,355 14,285 25,204 13,172 35,910 30,031 32,657 15,532 46,563 15,431

73,238 97,621 67,187 84,205 65,190 98,391 98,369 57,437 169,639 89,220 48,347 91,474 53,221 98,159 103,171 108,092 57,598 185,650 48,547

52,826 70,840 49,628 57,462 45,525 72,243 69,930 40,386 119,224 66,100 34,256 68,190 39,685 69,460 75,554 76,669 41,737 136,084 33,110

11,488 17,351 13,763 18,041 11,102 21,802 19,345 8,453 22,784 14,368 8,967 15,911 8,213 20,097 19,071 18,781 10,154 29,201 10,384

36,706 53,083 42,220 50,724 26,395 52,763 54,003 39,351 135,953 48,876 27,825 52,086 31,842 70,060 67,680 67,845 30,403 173,288 26,688

6,478 8,677 5,440 10,163 4,478 6,681 6,581 6,066 14,289 5,910 3,551 6,382 2,985 7,950 8,121 13,863 5,054 19,046 4,480

3,352 8,815 5,757 3,732 2,023 4,201 6,318 8,079 20,085 5,794 3,135 11,017 4,263 7,756 10,321 10,654 5,461 18,508 2,955

360,590 206,765 454,528

273,899 167,524 393,780

192,607 97,593 247,832

40,842 34,634 60,825

181,726 102,576 227,474

138,467 68,312 163,258

28,639 25,966 40,319

79,774 55,258 148,146

9,084 9,398 20,825

8,753 5,185 13,018

3,184,177 561,737

2,379,150 508,013

1,413,373 306,720

469,496 103,292

1,418,883 319,099

885,363 206,581

302,019 71,536

861,294 169,194

72,594 28,354

59,310 22,162

155,553 122,452

151,680 115,401

89,350 71,590

31,011 22,889

104,121 73,013

71,485 50,112

24,781 17,448

41,622 37,829

9,182 7,799

3,614 4,689

139,837 388,396 181,865 149,820 400,509 165,732 180,273 153,306 253,422 234,095 227,529

136,895 330,380 167,668 142,957 388,575 157,194 163,213 143,663 237,374 211,700 181,089

77,840 173,013 91,076 80,307 226,297 85,765 92,590 84,025 128,546 120,701 108,239

36,380 73,358 44,067 35,148 88,563 35,935 42,167 34,579 53,911 61,170 46,580

87,940 191,036 105,065 89,684 225,811 91,823 100,299 88,360 157,936 125,869 110,531

52,264 108,688 65,203 54,365 144,651 55,371 62,553 57,717 91,392 77,255 70,677

24,097 44,561 31,293 23,703 55,005 23,551 28,340 23,589 35,329 40,012 30,584

45,111 125,921 55,788 48,539 148,673 61,660 57,668 52,016 71,012 79,335 65,314

10,636 39,569 14,176 14,267 51,248 12,426 15,376 13,846 26,979 16,158 18,056

3,127 11,783 4,109 3,913 11,960 2,499 4,194 1,558 7,383 7,397 4,025

See footnotes at end of table. Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems 49 U.S. Census Bureau

Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary expenditure--Con. Current spending--Con. Geographic area For selected functions--Con. Support services--Con. General School adminisadminisOther and tration tration nonspecified Other current spending Total long-term debt outstanding at end of fiscal year Long-term debt issued during fiscal year Long-term debt retired during fiscal year Indebtedness

Capital Interoutlay governmental

Interest on debt

MINNESOTA--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Minneapolis Special......................................... Mounds View.................................................... North St Paul-Maplewood................................ Osseo............................................................... Robbinsdale..................................................... Rochester......................................................... Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan...................... South Washington County................................ St Paul.............................................................. MISSISSIPPI--Con. Independent Schools: Desoto County.................................................. Harrison County............................................... Jackson............................................................ Madison County............................................... Rankin County.................................................. MISSOURI--Con. Independent Schools: Blue Springs..................................................... Columbia.......................................................... Ferguson-Florissant......................................... Fort Zumwalt.................................................... Fox................................................................... Francis Howell.................................................. Hazelwood........................................................ Independence................................................... Kansas City...................................................... Lee's Summit.................................................... Mehlville........................................................... North Kansas City............................................ Park Hill............................................................ Parkway............................................................ Rockwood......................................................... Springfield........................................................ St Joseph......................................................... St Louis............................................................ Wentzville......................................................... NEBRASKA--Con. Independent Schools: Lincoln.............................................................. Millard............................................................... Omaha.............................................................. NEVADA--Con. Independent Schools: Clark County..................................................... Washoe County................................................ NEW HAMPSHIRE--Con. Dependent Schools: Manchester....................................................... Nashua............................................................. NEW JERSEY--Con. Independent Schools: Brick Township................................................. Camden............................................................ Cherry Hill Township........................................ Clifton............................................................... Elizabeth........................................................... Freehold Regional High.................................... Hamilton Township........................................... Middletown Township....................................... Passaic............................................................. Toms River Regional........................................ Woodbridge Township......................................

8,140 2,009 1,341 4,050 4,184 2,213 5,744 1,650 8,585

14,594 3,564 4,201 10,222 4,486 7,040 11,363 6,959 19,923

78,201 16,132 13,564 36,088 25,590 24,503 30,161 19,701 65,344

38,692 8,029 11,808 21,705 13,287 14,600 17,524 14,903 43,749

46,363 9,697 13,183 10,300 24,800 18,564 27,667 30,823 58,966

15,870 2,995 13,038 13,774 11,416 1,159 4,785 7,032 13,619

54,122 7,434 6,316 13,534 10,814 5,890 4,755 11,022 17,426

79,451 177,015 136,145 247,724 235,632 64,131 147,530 310,385 296,324

49,693 79,996 5,296 14,884 3,958 112,081 52,241

113,974 4,979 4,420 11,319 6,943 5,148 18,127 7,370 18,106

2,973 1,965 6,658 1,478 2,172

7,978 4,885 15,434 4,509 7,980

32,341 21,280 47,104 12,364 16,478

9,870 6,247 17,860 4,000 8,207

30,167 10,333 13,897 21,093 5,971

-

6,989 1,504 6,256 5,081 4,216

176,210 35,060 75,622 112,140 104,485

24,115 17,755 20,000 60,370

10,155 1,855 28,395 8,675 47,530

2,172 2,458 2,180 580 2,555 1,583 3,002 1,668 9,350 1,186 973 565 1,217 2,711 4,201 2,081 652 16,641 699

5,342 9,715 7,608 8,958 5,461 8,382 10,539 6,041 17,236 7,253 5,208 8,527 4,823 15,404 12,348 8,628 4,475 20,826 4,119

19,362 23,418 21,235 27,291 11,878 31,916 27,563 17,497 74,993 28,733 14,958 25,595 18,554 36,239 32,689 32,619 14,761 98,267 14,435

8,449 11,583 8,537 5,976 5,242 11,035 6,130 16,815 21,628 9,017 3,859 10,143 6,277 9,429 14,151 11,125 9,026 18,899 4,404

14,637 12,478 11,730 29,040 9,589 4,795 53,005 5,818 9,587 30,494 2,018 73,743 6,769 18,912 27,514 17,506 4,676 21,981 28,679

1,343 281 1,383 1,527 220 1,092 1,206 1,106 2,348 1,221 290 1,181 841 144 506 497 188 8,823 928

5,314 7,048 564 7,877 1,697 7,987 6,783 5,981 62 12,044 2,893 8,605 5,757 5,253 7,424 10,375 2,854 11,607 6,703

126,287 144,680 12,005 141,800 35,800 165,929 207,556 111,530 249,262 22,213 196,000 100,906 115,699 154,435 224,989 50,470 255,951 160,307

13,220 48,615 6,250 92,550 10,000 13,925 72,040 2,900 29,408 -

10,314 23,700 3,895 46,400 450 8,635 37,298 16,875 10,009 16,856 29,748 29,780 8,927 15,867 4,265 2,172 42,849 1,336

7,959 5,021 11,513

17,408 9,124 23,590

36,570 26,530 79,200

12,399 9,690 18,160

74,565 31,704 48,322

29 970 -

12,097 6,567 12,426

270,507 160,290 257,058

-

12,927 10,830 9,771

43,816 9,028

164,302 27,824

521,272 81,826

98,973 19,720

623,785 33,143

2,508 276

178,734 20,305

3,929,275 475,136

1,048,045 131,634

667,600 90,704

2,478 2,545

8,174 5,844

18,174 16,952

5,937 4,559

961 1,692

2,162 403

750 4,956

5,171 129,863

-

4,864 10,262

1,814 5,932 2,818 3,039 4,786 2,078 1,458 2,214 2,324 3,245 2,423

6,816 16,101 9,910 7,636 14,735 8,827 8,661 8,080 9,690 10,361 10,871

22,718 52,536 24,775 19,684 65,944 35,830 27,979 26,318 24,636 42,174 29,939

3,844 13,423 6,815 4,734 14,091 3,711 5,246 3,287 8,426 6,496 5,244

1,019 49,440 11,410 2,342 1,958 2,310 4,272 3,433 7,550 17,529 40,692

670 8,436 516 3,069 9,976 3,282 10,242 2,193 8,353 604 3,290

1,253 140 2,271 1,452 2,946 2,546 4,017 145 4,262 2,458

25,504 2,022 37,620 35,179 52,815 58,300 78,835 4,506 83,210 56,014

2,417 -

2,187 1,524 2,370 3,455 4,980 2,835 2,110 701 2,731 1,992

See footnotes at end of table. Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems 50 U.S. Census Bureau

Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary revenue Federal sources Geographic area Compensatory (Title I) State sources

Enrollment NEW JERSEY--Con. Dependent Schools: East Orange..................................................... Edison Township.............................................. Jersey City........................................................ Newark............................................................. Paterson........................................................... Trenton............................................................. NEW MEXICO Independent Schools: Albuquerque..................................................... Farmington....................................................... Gadsden........................................................... Gallup-McKinley County................................... Las Cruces....................................................... Rio Rancho....................................................... Santa Fe........................................................... NEW YORK Independent Schools: Arlington........................................................... Brentwood........................................................ Greece.............................................................. Half Hollow Hills............................................... Middle Country................................................. Mount Vernon................................................... New Rochelle................................................... Newburgh......................................................... North Syracuse................................................. Sachem............................................................ Smithtown......................................................... Wappingers...................................................... Williamsville...................................................... Dependent Schools: Buffalo.............................................................. New York City................................................... Rochester......................................................... Syracuse.......................................................... Yonkers............................................................ NORTH CAROLINA Dependent Schools: Alamance-Burlington........................................ Brunswick County............................................. Buncombe County............................................ Burke County.................................................... Cabarrus County.............................................. Caldwell County............................................... Catawba County............................................... Chapel Hill-Carrboro......................................... Charlotte/Mecklenburg..................................... Cleveland County............................................. Craven County................................................. Cumberland County......................................... Davidson County.............................................. Durham County................................................ Gaston County................................................. Guilford County................................................ Harnett County................................................. Henderson County........................................... Iredell-Statesville.............................................. Johnston County.............................................. Lincoln County.................................................. Moore County................................................... Nash-Rocky Mount........................................... New Hanover County.......................................

1

Total

Total

Special Education

Child nutrition

Other and nonspecified

Total

Formula Assistance

Special Education

10,242 13,697 28,910 41,266 24,950 12,052

264,538 210,465 736,323 1,130,515 566,025 332,659

13,642 5,524 46,832 83,623 39,475 18,776

4,656 626 17,222 34,269 15,370 6,740

2,765 3,420 11,336 11,782 7,071 3,662

3,237 797 8,833 16,534 9,982 3,697

2,984 681 9,441 21,038 7,052 4,677

226,433 38,050 580,891 844,339 484,646 283,782

83,127 1,218 178,262 289,128 172,221 105,417

6,302 8,609 20,317 34,618 19,010 16,939

95,493 10,144 13,995 12,402 23,917 14,737 13,633

909,023 87,126 131,403 129,437 219,989 119,600 146,643

87,631 10,501 18,644 42,606 30,385 5,040 11,688

25,748 2,794 5,768 7,119 9,727 375 2,433

20,498 2,093 2,963 4,528 6,517 1,937 2,913

27 57 25 22 31

41,385 5,587 9,856 30,934 14,119 2,728 6,311

689,195 62,612 100,333 74,327 159,603 95,645 92,226

624,158 59,023 87,991 65,598 149,212 89,037 84,324

-

10,321 16,587 13,347 10,179 11,236 10,071 10,526 12,596 10,325 15,387 10,767 12,504 10,702

149,866 276,472 194,615 190,340 181,912 189,494 206,208 209,812 134,933 279,657 194,327 162,211 151,652

3,224 15,762 10,902 3,338 4,702 12,061 7,290 12,590 6,370 5,127 3,045 4,138 4,567

530 3,633 1,388 565 1,006 3,147 1,796 3,447 814 571 234 361 529

1,954 5,050 3,436 1,935 2,513 2,366 2,316 2,977 2,408 3,103 2,062 2,404 2,462

266 3,391 2,081 437 771 1,911 1,223 2,935 1,019 833 214 470 613

474 3,688 3,997 401 412 4,637 1,955 3,231 2,129 620 535 903 963

51,471 184,160 92,448 34,386 90,128 98,261 56,799 115,664 67,727 132,919 50,856 54,268 45,078

25,688 132,248 54,063 16,180 56,523 50,522 14,062 65,779 42,947 82,141 22,870 28,822 22,587

10,310 28,439 10,329 4,946 14,141 7,467 6,412 18,387 7,021 17,826 5,307 10,273 4,712

36,540 999,150 33,337 21,178 24,708

735,691 19,368,571 599,824 361,202 486,010

85,586 1,899,716 71,419 52,237 41,607

35,986 870,868 28,272 17,331 13,844

12,259 240,943 9,463 7,288 6,559

14,762 297,023 11,093 6,437 4,360

22,579 490,882 22,591 21,181 16,844

549,214 9,237,947 410,681 242,623 267,061

365,777 5,059,921 262,414 145,610 114,813

84,575 1,247,331 72,308 43,911 28,858

22,643 11,545 25,650 14,167 25,691 13,099 17,483 11,093 128,789 16,959 14,685 52,809 20,545 30,835 32,272 70,427 17,883 12,909 20,953 29,213 12,031 12,283 18,077 23,999

171,185 113,783 249,211 117,399 211,847 104,956 157,039 131,935 1,244,057 148,224 106,677 423,987 145,746 322,147 242,768 652,707 150,146 110,322 181,145 275,367 112,893 103,367 148,418 237,646

16,331 10,074 18,945 13,307 14,816 10,574 10,826 6,230 91,893 17,762 15,469 55,700 10,467 29,452 25,170 55,835 17,231 10,451 14,245 18,224 7,907 9,058 19,319 21,177

-

-

5,499 2,843 5,867 4,159 4,883 3,316 3,536 1,294 30,805 4,700 3,750 15,118 3,423 7,580 7,986 18,611 5,445 3,019 4,280 6,101 2,859 2,538 5,348 5,170

10,832 7,231 13,078 9,148 9,933 7,258 7,290 4,936 61,088 13,062 11,719 40,582 7,044 21,872 17,184 37,224 11,786 7,432 9,965 12,123 5,048 6,520 13,971 16,007

111,298 60,684 132,560 79,005 123,133 69,939 90,511 55,730 632,234 97,457 78,701 265,591 101,462 164,360 160,278 360,880 95,942 66,713 102,965 149,875 62,555 62,385 99,728 123,738

107,371 58,228 130,099 75,226 119,255 67,524 86,898 55,209 617,631 90,581 75,404 258,204 98,314 160,423 154,626 341,158 94,090 64,958 101,092 145,586 61,313 60,990 96,221 119,705

-

See footnotes at end of table. Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems 51 U.S. Census Bureau

Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary revenue--Con. State sources--Con. Geographic area Parent government contributions From cities and counties From other school systems Local sources

Transportation NEW JERSEY--Con. Dependent Schools: East Orange..................................................... Edison Township.............................................. Jersey City........................................................ Newark............................................................. Paterson........................................................... Trenton............................................................. NEW MEXICO--Con. Independent Schools: Albuquerque..................................................... Farmington....................................................... Gadsden........................................................... Gallup-McKinley County................................... Las Cruces....................................................... Rio Rancho....................................................... Santa Fe........................................................... NEW YORK--Con. Independent Schools: Arlington........................................................... Brentwood........................................................ Greece.............................................................. Half Hollow Hills............................................... Middle Country................................................. Mount Vernon................................................... New Rochelle................................................... Newburgh......................................................... North Syracuse................................................. Sachem............................................................ Smithtown......................................................... Wappingers...................................................... Williamsville...................................................... Dependent Schools: Buffalo.............................................................. New York City................................................... Rochester......................................................... Syracuse.......................................................... Yonkers............................................................ NORTH CAROLINA--Con. Dependent Schools: Alamance-Burlington........................................ Brunswick County............................................. Buncombe County............................................ Burke County.................................................... Cabarrus County.............................................. Caldwell County............................................... Catawba County............................................... Chapel Hill-Carrboro......................................... Charlotte/Mecklenburg..................................... Cleveland County............................................. Craven County................................................. Cumberland County......................................... Davidson County.............................................. Durham County................................................ Gaston County................................................. Guilford County................................................ Harnett County................................................. Henderson County........................................... Iredell-Statesville.............................................. Johnston County.............................................. Lincoln County.................................................. Moore County................................................... Nash-Rocky Mount........................................... New Hanover County.......................................

Other and nonspecified

Total

Total taxes

Property taxes only

Charges

Other

788 2,776 3,625 4,491 5,339 3,095

136,216 25,447 378,687 516,102 288,076 158,331

24,463 166,891 108,600 202,553 41,904 30,101

-

-

18,934 160,699 21,116

96,675 88,215 36,389 -

532 -

1,170 3,474 6,064 10,041 773 4,971

4,359 2,718 5,861 103,765 4,742 4,014

16,704 2,187 4,948 5,586 5,501 4,043 3,260

48,333 1,402 7,394 3,143 4,890 2,565 4,642

132,197 14,013 12,426 12,504 30,001 18,915 42,729

101,734 11,321 9,390 6,738 20,880 13,624 35,053

101,734 11,321 9,390 6,738 20,880 13,624 35,053

-

-

-

10,114 1,517 1,616 1,926 4,720 2,893 1,688

20,349 1,175 1,420 3,840 4,401 2,398 5,988

-

15,473 23,473 28,056 13,260 19,464 40,272 36,325 31,498 17,759 32,952 22,679 15,173 17,779

95,171 76,550 91,265 152,616 87,082 79,172 142,119 81,558 60,836 141,611 140,426 103,805 102,007

86,704 63,110 71,857 141,389 79,146 74,720 134,482 73,699 45,612 127,679 132,461 91,529 81,717

86,704 63,110 71,857 141,389 79,146 74,720 130,538 73,699 45,612 127,679 132,461 91,529 81,717

-

3,323 8,735 754 738 579 6,788 266 10,003

803 831 170 1,159 187 156 1,013 159 309 601 694 350 392

3,853 1,820 2,870 2,423 2,151 352 1,593 1,745 2,296 4,118 2,454 2,758 1,979

3,811 7,466 7,633 7,645 5,598 3,190 4,293 5,376 5,831 9,213 4,551 9,168 7,916

-

98,862 2,930,695 75,959 53,102 123,390

100,891 8,230,908 117,724 66,342 177,342

-

-

52,879 7,912,140 104,734 54,138 169,039

33,218 4,346 -

2,130 1,781 183 524

2,382 48,862 1,149 970 3,070

10,282 269,906 10,060 6,705 4,709

-

3,927 2,456 2,461 3,779 3,878 2,415 3,613 521 14,603 6,876 3,297 7,387 3,148 3,937 5,652 19,722 1,852 1,755 1,873 4,289 1,242 1,395 3,507 4,033

43,556 43,025 97,706 25,087 73,898 24,443 55,702 69,975 519,930 33,005 12,507 102,696 33,817 128,335 57,320 235,992 36,973 33,158 63,935 107,268 42,431 31,924 29,371 92,731

-

-

35,746 40,147 87,577 18,641 61,001 17,213 49,198 64,244 460,168 26,996 7,723 84,255 26,865 115,972 45,553 201,217 28,689 28,279 51,581 97,029 29,345 26,667 25,350 80,650

-

16 73 6 11 11 -

5,637 1,862 6,433 4,408 8,702 4,400 4,544 3,992 39,150 4,314 2,834 13,216 5,089 7,517 6,368 16,749 3,252 3,570 6,999 7,381 3,062 2,123 2,695 5,360

2,173 1,016 3,696 2,038 4,179 2,830 1,960 1,739 20,612 1,622 1,950 5,225 1,863 4,846 5,399 18,026 5,032 1,303 5,344 2,847 10,024 3,134 1,326 6,721

See footnotes at end of table. Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems 52 U.S. Census Bureau

Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary expenditure Current spending Geographic area For selected objects Instruction Salaries and wages Employee benefits Salaries and wages Employee benefits For selected functions Support services Pupil support Staff support

Total NEW JERSEY--Con. Dependent Schools: East Orange..................................................... Edison Township.............................................. Jersey City........................................................ Newark............................................................. Paterson........................................................... Trenton............................................................. NEW MEXICO--Con. Independent Schools: Albuquerque..................................................... Farmington....................................................... Gadsden........................................................... Gallup-McKinley County................................... Las Cruces....................................................... Rio Rancho....................................................... Santa Fe........................................................... NEW YORK--Con. Independent Schools: Arlington........................................................... Brentwood........................................................ Greece.............................................................. Half Hollow Hills............................................... Middle Country................................................. Mount Vernon................................................... New Rochelle................................................... Newburgh......................................................... North Syracuse................................................. Sachem............................................................ Smithtown......................................................... Wappingers...................................................... Williamsville...................................................... Dependent Schools: Buffalo.............................................................. New York City................................................... Rochester......................................................... Syracuse.......................................................... Yonkers............................................................ NORTH CAROLINA--Con. Dependent Schools: Alamance-Burlington........................................ Brunswick County............................................. Buncombe County............................................ Burke County.................................................... Cabarrus County.............................................. Caldwell County............................................... Catawba County............................................... Chapel Hill-Carrboro......................................... Charlotte/Mecklenburg..................................... Cleveland County............................................. Craven County................................................. Cumberland County......................................... Davidson County.............................................. Durham County................................................ Gaston County................................................. Guilford County................................................ Harnett County................................................. Henderson County........................................... Iredell-Statesville.............................................. Johnston County.............................................. Lincoln County.................................................. Moore County................................................... Nash-Rocky Mount........................................... New Hanover County.......................................

Total

Total2

Total

270,573 212,022 723,007 1,123,163 562,692 341,590

227,896 185,751 641,332 1,005,357 503,685 289,317

126,156 116,947 357,046 556,786 269,614 145,427

44,073 42,341 134,416 199,337 112,872 63,176

127,478 119,424 404,639 578,716 287,363 171,692

71,788 84,202 242,123 316,536 183,463 94,413

24,313 30,135 87,873 106,221 72,304 39,819

92,385 61,679 216,551 394,524 200,178 108,578

25,147 15,412 68,673 110,209 78,143 40,060

13,997 5,101 24,532 66,069 25,419 8,567

902,192 83,350 127,071 143,236 208,935 116,530 144,691

762,817 77,577 118,520 121,764 190,808 106,547 106,532

483,342 48,680 71,338 75,270 120,939 64,800 66,592

133,746 15,198 20,828 20,711 38,812 18,286 19,475

429,681 47,522 70,460 68,331 118,764 64,900 61,773

318,052 34,012 49,499 47,752 83,610 46,366 44,476

85,391 10,547 14,153 13,155 26,290 12,990 12,735

303,873 27,416 41,101 49,083 64,642 37,322 40,699

68,795 8,533 11,759 11,260 19,109 9,951 12,206

22,846 2,066 3,839 7,291 4,017 3,524 4,110

149,285 280,942 183,830 182,288 176,964 195,226 193,962 230,617 132,188 263,145 181,519 161,382 133,799

140,864 271,828 172,547 169,052 160,511 171,111 185,985 203,534 121,628 248,522 165,230 156,494 127,989

85,660 166,580 110,153 105,472 93,727 108,884 115,558 117,972 77,580 156,985 99,201 91,379 82,363

36,202 63,262 36,465 39,092 38,799 34,800 39,161 49,802 31,070 54,947 39,028 46,891 26,656

90,931 186,785 106,212 112,615 106,032 118,179 117,144 132,142 78,036 163,391 101,339 97,020 82,484

57,883 124,466 74,009 76,817 70,945 82,596 83,111 85,458 52,938 115,310 68,087 59,436 60,165

24,834 48,217 24,877 28,745 29,404 27,264 28,946 36,969 21,888 41,055 27,168 30,890 19,689

46,231 77,574 59,845 53,138 51,048 49,208 65,253 61,801 39,870 78,153 60,939 55,689 42,593

4,999 11,926 7,765 8,166 6,187 8,414 10,329 9,724 5,029 12,950 7,406 8,908 5,484

5,288 9,300 5,492 6,120 4,077 2,713 5,364 7,946 5,365 10,109 5,013 7,643 5,791

823,880 20,144,661 596,002 364,492 472,250

642,668 17,253,203 533,265 344,257 453,075

286,156 9,269,319 313,124 199,145 266,363

136,068 3,995,747 110,806 89,015 109,961

435,216 13,148,175 307,820 241,404 310,750

211,347 7,711,073 205,379 148,616 196,573

105,696 3,489,320 75,389 69,845 86,331

182,767 3,534,336 202,593 88,379 131,812

20,328 73,513 25,931 10,738 19,423

13,624 170,154 25,310 8,233 12,069

178,909 107,163 233,775 113,512 247,257 100,565 145,953 135,112 1,217,293 143,167 115,198 421,840 140,815 306,848 241,027 742,067 138,242 105,578 166,056 268,479 118,310 96,451 149,045 243,443

156,668 95,468 198,964 109,603 180,175 97,845 127,040 113,128 1,041,554 137,759 111,671 405,653 132,297 286,377 229,640 584,777 131,050 99,250 151,001 219,276 89,302 94,025 145,708 211,574

107,089 62,968 139,202 74,047 118,464 66,360 86,905 78,611 710,125 91,748 74,473 278,037 90,832 190,063 153,932 385,568 85,029 66,380 101,691 143,097 57,493 65,113 96,998 137,705

25,606 15,341 32,683 18,056 27,961 16,218 20,373 17,539 162,370 22,115 17,379 63,209 22,413 43,344 35,623 87,691 19,880 15,787 24,391 34,841 14,169 14,984 22,511 32,954

101,169 55,578 125,167 68,288 115,562 62,483 84,940 73,391 642,830 87,090 70,631 246,888 81,929 164,596 145,229 350,836 85,215 64,326 93,801 145,902 58,915 58,694 89,547 123,338

75,757 39,970 95,567 51,709 83,514 46,634 63,172 56,268 473,635 63,917 52,016 184,645 62,711 121,426 104,934 258,532 61,183 47,638 69,700 104,626 41,036 44,659 66,447 89,158

18,162 9,919 22,604 12,702 19,880 11,508 14,838 12,615 108,025 15,396 12,257 42,043 15,551 28,107 24,517 59,808 14,442 11,396 16,664 25,709 10,208 10,427 15,524 21,351

45,875 35,307 63,247 32,896 51,426 27,822 34,804 34,010 341,560 42,480 35,199 132,959 42,157 106,850 68,523 204,245 37,967 28,631 46,746 61,631 25,280 30,981 48,240 76,513

10,331 6,555 12,364 6,604 10,079 6,230 6,106 8,595 59,148 9,282 5,987 25,893 9,044 18,781 12,629 39,427 5,986 4,473 8,805 8,748 4,074 5,791 8,924 16,054

6,183 4,729 7,059 2,914 4,567 4,219 4,210 5,353 37,860 6,524 4,528 17,579 4,700 14,926 9,791 25,713 5,895 3,646 6,383 6,500 2,982 4,734 6,847 7,123

See footnotes at end of table. Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems 53 U.S. Census Bureau

Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary expenditure--Con. Current spending--Con. Geographic area For selected functions--Con. Support services--Con. General School adminisadminisOther and tration tration nonspecified Other current spending Total long-term debt outstanding at end of fiscal year Long-term debt issued during fiscal year Long-term debt retired during fiscal year Indebtedness

Capital Interoutlay governmental

Interest on debt

NEW JERSEY--Con. Dependent Schools: East Orange..................................................... Edison Township.............................................. Jersey City........................................................ Newark............................................................. Paterson........................................................... Trenton............................................................. NEW MEXICO--Con. Independent Schools: Albuquerque..................................................... Farmington....................................................... Gadsden........................................................... Gallup-McKinley County................................... Las Cruces....................................................... Rio Rancho....................................................... Santa Fe........................................................... NEW YORK--Con. Independent Schools: Arlington........................................................... Brentwood........................................................ Greece.............................................................. Half Hollow Hills............................................... Middle Country................................................. Mount Vernon................................................... New Rochelle................................................... Newburgh......................................................... North Syracuse................................................. Sachem............................................................ Smithtown......................................................... Wappingers...................................................... Williamsville...................................................... Dependent Schools: Buffalo.............................................................. New York City................................................... Rochester......................................................... Syracuse.......................................................... Yonkers............................................................ NORTH CAROLINA--Con. Dependent Schools: Alamance-Burlington........................................ Brunswick County............................................. Buncombe County............................................ Burke County.................................................... Cabarrus County.............................................. Caldwell County............................................... Catawba County............................................... Chapel Hill-Carrboro......................................... Charlotte/Mecklenburg..................................... Cleveland County............................................. Craven County................................................. Cumberland County......................................... Davidson County.............................................. Durham County................................................ Gaston County................................................. Guilford County................................................ Harnett County................................................. Henderson County........................................... Iredell-Statesville.............................................. Johnston County.............................................. Lincoln County.................................................. Moore County................................................... Nash-Rocky Mount........................................... New Hanover County.......................................

3,192 3,163 10,867 14,670 6,305 2,996

10,087 7,613 23,939 32,155 21,328 10,316

39,962 30,390 88,540 171,421 68,983 46,639

8,033 4,648 20,142 32,117 16,144 9,047

34,658 13,410 68,465 88,763 27,322 29,767

5,019 12,838 7,506 25,584 30,744 21,211

3,000 23 5,704 3,459 941 1,295

58,401 24,047 120,930 91,028 17,502 24,570

17,050 -

3,844 2,305 9,200 7,895 1,775 1,330

8,103 1,468 1,653 1,348 1,782 2,614 3,217

87,044 3,777 5,245 6,340 15,131 4,993 4,798

117,085 11,572 18,605 22,844 24,603 16,240 16,368

29,263 2,639 6,959 4,350 7,402 4,325 4,060

130,153 4,511 7,499 19,126 13,093 7,852 35,725

1,560 120 197 83 1,703 18 769

7,662 1,142 855 2,263 3,331 2,113 1,665

163,490 34,690 34,430 35,315 86,080 65,455 45,900

50,000 9,000 12,250 5,500 14,825 9,500

14,872 8,750 6,695 3,762 12,920 7,105 14,600

2,651 3,575 4,425 2,318 3,037 5,003 3,069 2,504 1,426 3,420 2,524 2,618 2,184

6,663 9,787 8,841 7,270 6,421 10,550 10,174 8,502 5,629 9,365 11,413 6,041 4,833

26,630 42,986 33,322 29,264 31,326 22,528 36,317 33,125 22,421 42,309 34,583 30,479 24,301

3,702 7,469 6,490 3,299 3,431 3,724 3,588 9,591 3,722 6,978 2,952 3,785 2,912

4,552 4,960 5,018 9,675 12,709 16,323 1,285 25,192 6,243 5,272 7,760 3,675 1,517

64 623 135 20 1,638 3,078 2,766 462 330 1,810 64 2,665

3,805 3,531 6,130 3,541 2,106 4,714 3,926 1,891 3,855 9,021 6,719 1,149 1,628

82,745 78,725 136,017 84,710 76,770 116,420 84,140 64,511 78,949 223,443 151,416 23,337 31,809

18,600 42,000 17,798 42,326 12,930 93,150 -

3,430 4,615 8,257 23,880 4,065 5,159 6,885 2,115 18,368 99,590 6,853 2,385 2,699

3,254 88,278 5,655 2,137 2,656

28,256 479,751 40,145 16,482 25,077

117,305 2,722,640 105,552 50,789 72,587

24,685 570,692 22,852 14,474 10,513

143,847 2,208,816 31,031 13,555 7,833

2,295 282,642 23,562 1,659 5,435

35,070 400,000 8,144 5,021 5,907

660,821 11,756,675 157,142 107,441 143,495

5,889 1,023,469 9,500 15,190

26,052 727,428 18,804 9,519 12,513

1,779 979 2,647 2,471 2,514 1,299 1,936 588 6,063 2,782 2,474 8,625 2,136 4,907 2,011 3,101 1,684 1,967 1,388 2,319 741 1,015 2,409 1,358

10,543 6,375 13,709 6,810 12,110 5,731 7,370 5,959 70,725 8,562 7,448 29,526 8,775 19,389 15,410 38,881 6,832 5,577 9,578 12,922 6,449 5,701 9,338 13,868

17,039 16,669 27,468 14,097 22,156 10,343 15,182 13,515 167,764 15,330 14,762 51,336 17,502 48,847 28,682 97,123 17,570 12,968 20,592 31,142 11,034 13,740 20,722 38,110

9,624 4,583 10,550 8,419 13,187 7,540 7,296 5,727 57,164 8,189 5,841 25,806 8,211 14,931 15,888 29,696 7,868 6,293 10,454 11,743 5,107 4,350 7,921 11,723

18,650 6,796 27,111 1,833 54,233 1,800 13,215 21,984 99,555 5,085 988 10,815 6,799 8,953 6,647 136,065 3,846 2,488 4,052 34,268 21,568 631 2,724 21,970

-

3,591 4,899 7,700 2,076 12,849 920 5,698 76,184 323 2,539 5,372 1,719 11,518 4,740 21,225 3,346 3,840 11,003 14,935 7,440 1,795 613 9,899

66,295 70,452 109,410 51,717 213,753 13,238 78,869 1,263,524 3,227 53,060 77,787 60,871 165,048 124,563 428,940 61,573 54,661 162,420 243,718 108,833 24,693 8,604 142,530

14,530 21,941 44,900 158,180 14,000 36,800 56,500 114,560 20,307 50,838 -

3,475 4,912 9,050 2,161 10,830 909 8,786 66,725 1,738 4,866 2,369 12,156 4,858 12,156 8,164 4,420 6,860 36,896 5,635 2,930 834 9,759

See footnotes at end of table. Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems 54 U.S. Census Bureau

Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary revenue Federal sources Geographic area Compensatory (Title I) State sources

Enrollment NORTH CAROLINA--Con. Dependent Schools--Con. Onslow County................................................. Pitt County........................................................ Randolph County.............................................. Robeson County............................................... Rockingham County......................................... Rowan-Salisbury.............................................. Union County.................................................... Wake County.................................................... Wayne County.................................................. Wilkes County.................................................. Wilson County.................................................. Winston-Salem/Forsyth.................................... NORTH DAKOTA Independent Schools: Bismarck........................................................... Fargo................................................................ OHIO Independent Schools: Akron................................................................ Canton.............................................................. Cincinnati.......................................................... Cleveland......................................................... Columbus......................................................... Dayton.............................................................. Dublin............................................................... Fairfield............................................................. Hilliard.............................................................. Lakota............................................................... Mason............................................................... Northwest (Hamilton Co).................................. Olentangy......................................................... Parma............................................................... Pickerington...................................................... South-Western................................................. Toledo.............................................................. Westerville........................................................ OKLAHOMA Independent Schools: Broken Arrow.................................................... Edmond............................................................ Lawton.............................................................. Midwest-Del City.............................................. Moore............................................................... Norman............................................................. Oklahoma City.................................................. Putnam City...................................................... Tulsa................................................................. Union................................................................ OREGON Independent Schools: Beaverton......................................................... Bend-La Pine.................................................... David Douglas.................................................. Eugene............................................................. Gresham-Barlow.............................................. Hillsboro........................................................... Medford............................................................ North Clackamas.............................................. Portland............................................................ Reynolds.......................................................... Salem-Keizer.................................................... Springfield........................................................ Tigard...............................................................

1

Total

Total

Special Education

Child nutrition

Other and nonspecified

Total

Formula Assistance

Special Education

23,023 22,466 18,871 23,825 13,710 20,957 35,294 128,122 19,371 10,035 12,519 50,648

202,053 181,920 144,106 199,263 119,668 164,150 436,480 1,447,470 154,218 86,475 103,205 463,122

24,213 20,516 11,864 31,143 12,243 17,778 17,823 65,144 18,748 9,579 12,341 44,643

-

-

4,917 5,903 4,216 8,498 3,845 5,754 6,078 15,052 5,586 3,098 3,852 12,032

19,296 14,613 7,648 22,645 8,398 12,024 11,745 50,092 13,162 6,481 8,489 32,611

119,219 122,052 96,541 143,073 79,995 107,425 163,725 622,879 109,975 55,704 64,389 266,190

116,090 117,405 93,838 140,968 78,007 104,463 160,193 618,728 103,244 53,270 62,123 257,680

-

10,784 10,727

99,700 121,735

11,453 9,297

2,859 2,793

2,520 2,474

1,399 1,344

4,675 2,686

36,516 34,247

28,225 26,941

2,833 2,137

26,424 10,853 36,003 55,593 56,003 16,855 13,218 10,083 15,029 17,782 10,379 10,370 12,099 13,049 10,100 21,476 29,071 14,252

439,713 138,464 562,072 911,109 907,767 332,049 168,938 87,583 169,597 179,045 119,162 90,607 141,478 150,286 105,115 239,485 528,273 153,401

35,320 15,599 66,827 130,506 100,819 35,793 3,707 3,505 4,645 4,881 2,650 5,349 2,997 6,714 2,486 17,900 49,828 4,904

-

6,693 3,192 12,841 20,371 15,183 6,320 2,278 1,971 2,696 3,145 1,808 2,595 1,739 3,347 1,403 4,622 11,341 2,491

7,216 4,096 11,104 20,230 17,221 6,006 558 497 745 669 304 1,069 421 1,064 572 3,773 6,015 935

21,411 8,311 42,882 89,905 68,415 23,467 871 1,037 1,204 1,067 538 1,685 837 2,303 511 9,505 32,472 1,478

212,044 76,099 204,159 516,776 350,149 181,958 29,394 31,297 52,380 58,995 40,751 37,115 19,205 40,322 45,709 102,259 325,187 46,383

143,373 61,284 113,924 398,612 220,047 115,939 28,353 30,233 51,321 58,082 39,746 33,996 18,553 34,956 45,060 94,866 176,944 44,906

-

15,588 19,712 17,062 14,514 20,547 13,330 40,778 18,861 41,438 14,342

116,591 151,383 130,205 112,932 151,097 100,354 355,736 141,598 371,617 111,185

7,947 6,747 22,200 11,416 9,460 6,803 58,508 13,088 54,795 7,946

1,160 939 4,142 2,337 1,486 1,412 24,206 2,897 20,673 891

3,177 3,403 3,421 2,763 3,428 2,395 10,367 4,081 10,346 2,573

2,166 1,362 4,102 3,251 2,504 1,727 14,064 3,637 12,416 2,199

1,444 1,043 10,535 3,065 2,042 1,269 9,871 2,473 11,360 2,283

56,193 54,945 78,575 57,186 77,283 47,603 164,316 67,052 163,638 46,663

38,078 33,933 55,653 37,660 55,206 31,937 112,627 43,068 103,856 31,332

-

37,719 15,323 10,100 18,312 12,053 19,985 12,465 17,436 46,348 11,078 39,585 10,744 12,544

329,434 143,048 99,448 194,982 107,680 178,891 102,317 148,620 484,430 108,320 360,889 99,909 122,845

18,609 9,853 9,992 16,344 6,720 14,994 9,868 9,049 66,901 9,817 35,545 11,748 4,789

5,593 2,963 3,606 3,375 1,865 4,926 4,037 2,402 21,153 4,124 14,716 3,521 1,129

5,323 2,358 1,701 4,156 2,269 2,609 1,939 3,014 13,580 1,448 6,713 2,295 1,584

4,674 2,354 2,931 2,108 1,575 2,884 2,033 2,068 9,096 2,842 7,852 1,874 1,330

3,019 2,178 1,754 6,705 1,011 4,575 1,859 1,565 23,072 1,403 6,264 4,058 746

169,577 56,904 60,368 74,563 61,513 86,829 59,461 79,495 182,084 65,398 216,335 59,112 51,133

165,161 54,634 56,353 69,573 60,238 84,143 57,495 77,275 164,182 63,042 211,974 56,910 49,717

-

See footnotes at end of table. Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems 55 U.S. Census Bureau

Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary revenue--Con. State sources--Con. Geographic area Parent government contributions From cities and counties From other school systems Local sources

Transportation NORTH CAROLINA--Con. Dependent Schools--Con. Onslow County................................................. Pitt County........................................................ Randolph County.............................................. Robeson County............................................... Rockingham County......................................... Rowan-Salisbury.............................................. Union County.................................................... Wake County.................................................... Wayne County.................................................. Wilkes County.................................................. Wilson County.................................................. Winston-Salem/Forsyth.................................... NORTH DAKOTA--Con. Independent Schools: Bismarck........................................................... Fargo................................................................ OHIO--Con. Independent Schools: Akron................................................................ Canton.............................................................. Cincinnati.......................................................... Cleveland......................................................... Columbus......................................................... Dayton.............................................................. Dublin............................................................... Fairfield............................................................. Hilliard.............................................................. Lakota............................................................... Mason............................................................... Northwest (Hamilton Co).................................. Olentangy......................................................... Parma............................................................... Pickerington...................................................... South-Western................................................. Toledo.............................................................. Westerville........................................................ OKLAHOMA--Con. Independent Schools: Broken Arrow.................................................... Edmond............................................................ Lawton.............................................................. Midwest-Del City.............................................. Moore............................................................... Norman............................................................. Oklahoma City.................................................. Putnam City...................................................... Tulsa................................................................. Union................................................................ OREGON--Con. Independent Schools: Beaverton......................................................... Bend-La Pine.................................................... David Douglas.................................................. Eugene............................................................. Gresham-Barlow.............................................. Hillsboro........................................................... Medford............................................................ North Clackamas.............................................. Portland............................................................ Reynolds.......................................................... Salem-Keizer.................................................... Springfield........................................................ Tigard...............................................................

Other and nonspecified

Total

Total taxes

Property taxes only

Charges

Other

-

3,129 4,647 2,703 2,105 1,988 2,962 3,532 4,151 6,731 2,434 2,266 8,510

58,621 39,352 35,701 25,047 27,430 38,947 254,932 759,447 25,495 21,192 26,475 152,289

-

-

48,711 32,206 29,301 18,627 20,721 30,445 238,009 717,071 21,419 16,547 21,905 131,000

-

60 -

4,412 4,969 4,123 2,390 3,363 4,951 11,746 28,238 2,464 2,244 2,727 9,586

5,498 2,177 2,277 4,030 3,346 3,551 5,117 14,138 1,612 2,401 1,843 11,703

414 433

5,044 4,736

51,731 78,191

44,603 67,303

44,603 67,303

-

17 -

1,327 453

2,807 3,746

2,977 6,689

-

68,671 14,815 90,235 118,164 130,102 66,019 1,041 1,064 1,059 913 1,005 3,119 652 5,366 649 7,393 148,243 1,477

192,349 46,766 291,086 263,827 456,799 114,298 135,837 52,781 112,572 115,169 75,761 48,143 119,276 103,250 56,920 119,326 153,258 102,114

110,790 34,438 235,357 230,137 378,880 89,450 122,183 46,555 100,712 98,958 65,002 41,123 99,119 92,093 48,614 105,905 117,358 90,633

110,783 34,273 235,357 222,846 378,880 89,450 122,183 46,492 100,712 98,958 64,996 41,123 99,119 92,093 37,108 105,797 116,451 90,569

-

56,740 819 6,436 6,339 17 213 6,156 164 635 635 137

3,057 417 986 199 6,169 920 400 834 140 276 279 864 376 682 271 248 2,053 721

5,552 4,403 6,008 3,271 8,793 3,390 6,657 3,664 5,350 8,087 6,912 3,669 5,794 5,603 4,368 6,672 16,568 5,609

16,210 6,689 42,299 30,220 56,618 20,538 6,580 1,728 6,370 7,635 3,568 2,487 7,831 4,708 3,667 5,866 16,644 5,014

-

18,115 21,012 22,922 19,526 22,077 15,666 51,689 23,984 59,782 15,331

52,451 89,691 29,430 44,330 64,354 45,948 132,912 61,458 153,184 56,576

33,557 68,373 17,751 30,749 37,670 36,262 87,888 42,544 118,214 42,833

33,557 68,373 17,751 30,749 37,670 36,262 87,888 42,544 118,214 42,833

-

5,835 8,167 2,069 5,081 16,397 2,426 23,658 8,679 10,154 3,731

225 38 14 5 68 -

9,198 8,937 5,941 4,803 6,725 4,875 7,237 7,159 12,245 5,244

3,636 4,214 3,669 3,659 3,548 2,380 14,129 3,008 12,571 4,768

858 268 2,905 481 601 375 96

3,558 2,002 1,110 4,509 1,275 2,085 1,966 2,220 17,902 2,356 4,361 1,827 1,320

141,248 76,291 29,088 104,075 39,447 77,068 32,988 60,076 235,445 33,105 109,009 29,049 66,923

114,451 62,894 16,372 75,266 29,223 58,275 28,077 48,119 166,721 24,600 76,409 21,063 52,222

114,451 62,894 16,372 75,266 29,223 58,275 28,077 48,119 166,721 24,600 76,409 21,063 52,222

-

6,822 1,602 4,607 5,731 2,153 3,833 169 1,447 28,969 2,895 11,390 705 4,098

5 203 12 149 3 1,040 151 -

7,275 2,931 3,235 9,142 4,381 3,137 1,718 4,313 17,290 1,007 7,135 3,124 3,987

12,695 8,661 4,862 13,936 3,541 11,823 3,024 6,194 21,425 4,603 13,924 4,157 6,616

See footnotes at end of table. Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems 56 U.S. Census Bureau

Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary expenditure Current spending Geographic area For selected objects Instruction Salaries and wages Employee benefits Salaries and wages Employee benefits For selected functions Support services Pupil support Staff support

Total NORTH CAROLINA--Con. Dependent Schools--Con. Onslow County................................................. Pitt County........................................................ Randolph County.............................................. Robeson County............................................... Rockingham County......................................... Rowan-Salisbury.............................................. Union County.................................................... Wake County.................................................... Wayne County.................................................. Wilkes County.................................................. Wilson County.................................................. Winston-Salem/Forsyth.................................... NORTH DAKOTA--Con. Independent Schools: Bismarck........................................................... Fargo................................................................ OHIO--Con. Independent Schools: Akron................................................................ Canton.............................................................. Cincinnati.......................................................... Cleveland......................................................... Columbus......................................................... Dayton.............................................................. Dublin............................................................... Fairfield............................................................. Hilliard.............................................................. Lakota............................................................... Mason............................................................... Northwest (Hamilton Co).................................. Olentangy......................................................... Parma............................................................... Pickerington...................................................... South-Western................................................. Toledo.............................................................. Westerville........................................................ OKLAHOMA--Con. Independent Schools: Broken Arrow.................................................... Edmond............................................................ Lawton.............................................................. Midwest-Del City.............................................. Moore............................................................... Norman............................................................. Oklahoma City.................................................. Putnam City...................................................... Tulsa................................................................. Union................................................................ OREGON--Con. Independent Schools: Beaverton......................................................... Bend-La Pine.................................................... David Douglas.................................................. Eugene............................................................. Gresham-Barlow.............................................. Hillsboro........................................................... Medford............................................................ North Clackamas.............................................. Portland............................................................ Reynolds.......................................................... Salem-Keizer.................................................... Springfield........................................................ Tigard...............................................................

Total

Total2

Total

204,419 194,102 146,837 205,217 115,445 183,376 388,135 1,262,116 152,533 82,983 98,337 480,335

174,216 180,646 131,941 196,379 110,704 159,694 248,285 996,529 147,966 79,991 94,351 427,288

117,161 118,536 88,738 124,426 75,272 109,296 166,991 678,237 96,539 54,139 62,523 294,097

27,429 28,518 21,018 29,910 18,283 25,902 38,649 157,125 22,700 12,946 15,187 67,536

110,218 119,657 86,483 125,991 69,134 99,520 158,775 617,577 101,064 47,971 57,220 282,388

82,097 86,110 62,977 88,309 52,894 74,338 117,952 468,260 71,715 35,315 42,292 209,526

19,526 20,815 14,916 21,348 12,859 17,710 27,111 108,752 17,005 8,527 10,411 48,604

55,078 50,052 37,575 56,392 35,083 49,858 73,742 339,320 39,815 26,944 30,783 125,489

7,837 7,972 6,719 10,527 6,570 10,261 12,639 64,601 7,075 5,235 4,451 22,592

7,579 4,866 4,323 9,141 3,400 6,519 8,513 32,780 5,258 5,244 3,997 15,295

96,149 116,554

87,381 101,445

57,148 64,423

15,940 16,383

55,903 63,327

40,662 46,674

11,172 11,878

24,954 32,757

4,124 4,345

2,766 3,672

354,490 133,115 625,629 841,720 900,413 310,160 159,048 80,353 172,955 198,760 108,152 90,015 172,506 164,123 97,545 205,075 495,256 143,699

288,477 113,685 475,735 731,469 729,618 218,382 144,699 75,096 147,217 144,305 91,013 88,128 102,230 139,287 86,158 193,010 325,440 128,745

164,169 69,844 247,372 413,824 430,801 124,239 96,230 48,705 94,273 84,255 53,973 53,846 62,155 82,731 53,072 122,419 195,708 80,393

68,668 26,967 77,556 144,118 144,049 51,194 25,594 14,749 30,717 25,518 19,867 16,824 19,341 31,695 17,119 38,928 81,333 23,747

164,476 62,805 275,357 461,373 402,250 109,620 85,177 42,273 93,284 76,909 48,493 50,061 61,804 79,120 52,431 115,132 171,904 74,855

99,318 43,911 159,182 267,688 253,231 67,640 64,446 30,897 66,460 55,992 32,984 35,203 41,630 54,297 38,193 79,116 119,129 52,825

40,473 16,246 49,588 86,043 73,319 31,242 15,774 8,633 20,464 15,816 10,946 10,480 11,725 19,349 11,765 23,136 41,811 14,484

108,903 43,814 184,530 230,013 294,558 96,643 54,891 29,242 49,300 62,413 38,460 32,342 35,795 52,731 30,852 69,293 126,171 49,199

14,694 8,208 28,215 35,316 46,723 9,630 8,104 3,690 9,099 10,295 5,171 4,744 4,125 7,540 4,012 8,097 17,456 9,123

20,901 7,092 39,124 46,673 64,920 19,606 12,515 5,510 8,570 9,277 6,209 5,918 5,096 6,216 4,774 14,250 25,085 4,250

136,024 161,916 131,386 116,680 173,944 102,589 308,330 141,751 372,391 111,474

102,127 123,610 124,579 101,172 122,897 89,814 293,598 132,998 335,555 94,702

66,165 77,003 84,049 59,595 78,085 53,659 165,531 83,655 210,719 60,244

15,975 24,567 20,904 18,404 24,098 17,349 55,285 17,839 51,781 16,834

56,220 71,590 69,714 60,363 76,153 53,864 160,506 75,764 175,842 50,842

41,155 50,569 51,978 39,811 54,167 36,941 106,825 57,252 126,340 36,015

11,500 16,004 13,170 12,747 17,205 12,122 34,742 13,388 31,273 10,279

38,535 43,643 46,720 34,619 39,679 31,878 113,035 49,468 136,431 38,583

8,844 9,651 10,787 7,690 7,926 6,389 20,967 8,141 23,976 5,701

3,368 4,052 4,182 4,720 4,505 5,003 18,330 5,147 18,862 3,871

343,848 134,749 99,012 189,150 104,103 185,932 98,460 146,935 484,798 112,034 363,639 101,412 114,382

296,599 121,365 88,610 164,988 98,284 157,592 93,616 127,623 471,420 102,992 335,606 95,343 102,367

180,869 64,784 51,390 86,023 53,093 88,413 49,937 74,466 256,620 59,703 185,032 49,629 52,491

76,268 28,555 20,947 47,468 23,721 40,128 27,009 31,770 107,876 22,175 98,224 26,917 29,150

175,735 73,309 54,393 97,929 60,133 89,830 58,240 73,873 275,672 65,636 214,713 56,843 63,223

117,078 40,236 33,918 54,786 36,821 58,866 36,788 47,918 168,741 41,312 127,745 31,542 36,456

48,121 17,965 13,326 27,453 16,310 25,715 18,454 19,509 71,451 13,758 67,910 16,856 19,937

109,729 43,295 29,647 61,433 34,760 60,742 31,882 47,728 180,687 33,204 109,003 35,118 34,747

19,331 6,894 5,345 9,146 6,503 11,021 4,151 7,303 39,018 7,092 21,809 5,103 5,797

19,133 3,442 3,267 9,138 4,168 3,890 2,527 4,110 24,081 3,726 13,095 5,162 4,861

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Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary expenditure--Con. Current spending--Con. Geographic area For selected functions--Con. Support services--Con. General School adminisadminisOther and tration tration nonspecified Other current spending Total long-term debt outstanding at end of fiscal year Long-term debt issued during fiscal year Long-term debt retired during fiscal year Indebtedness

Capital Interoutlay governmental

Interest on debt

NORTH CAROLINA--Con. Dependent Schools--Con. Onslow County................................................. Pitt County........................................................ Randolph County.............................................. Robeson County............................................... Rockingham County......................................... Rowan-Salisbury.............................................. Union County.................................................... Wake County.................................................... Wayne County.................................................. Wilkes County.................................................. Wilson County.................................................. Winston-Salem/Forsyth.................................... NORTH DAKOTA--Con. Independent Schools: Bismarck........................................................... Fargo................................................................ OHIO--Con. Independent Schools: Akron................................................................ Canton.............................................................. Cincinnati.......................................................... Cleveland......................................................... Columbus......................................................... Dayton.............................................................. Dublin............................................................... Fairfield............................................................. Hilliard.............................................................. Lakota............................................................... Mason............................................................... Northwest (Hamilton Co).................................. Olentangy......................................................... Parma............................................................... Pickerington...................................................... South-Western................................................. Toledo.............................................................. Westerville........................................................ OKLAHOMA--Con. Independent Schools: Broken Arrow.................................................... Edmond............................................................ Lawton.............................................................. Midwest-Del City.............................................. Moore............................................................... Norman............................................................. Oklahoma City.................................................. Putnam City...................................................... Tulsa................................................................. Union................................................................ OREGON--Con. Independent Schools: Beaverton......................................................... Bend-La Pine.................................................... David Douglas.................................................. Eugene............................................................. Gresham-Barlow.............................................. Hillsboro........................................................... Medford............................................................ North Clackamas.............................................. Portland............................................................ Reynolds.......................................................... Salem-Keizer.................................................... Springfield........................................................ Tigard...............................................................

3,080 1,409 3,388 3,268 2,580 1,927 1,913 12,018 1,800 1,242 1,038 2,968

10,082 10,383 7,678 10,477 7,957 11,418 15,350 68,622 7,590 4,698 6,011 26,593

26,500 25,422 15,467 22,979 14,576 19,733 35,327 161,299 18,092 10,525 15,286 58,041

8,920 10,937 7,883 13,996 6,487 10,316 15,768 39,632 7,087 5,076 6,348 19,411

23,913 7,176 10,655 8,793 2,374 17,465 123,260 201,660 4,266 1,686 1,784 35,575

-

6,290 6,280 4,241 45 2,367 6,217 16,590 63,927 301 1,306 2,202 17,472

91,415 65,082 100,855 567 34,516 96,195 390,621 1,381,421 3,441 54,090 30,733 317,142

59,365 41,195 6,000 290,125 775,240 35,385 60,000

5,358 61,902 5,584 131 1,896 5,455 154,733 377,317 1,192 1,385 3,150 11,656

1,460 2,231

4,476 5,348

12,128 17,161

6,524 5,361

3,531 12,380

4,548 961

689 1,768

15,670 34,250

-

800 1,990

5,062 2,211 12,085 10,787 9,301 4,803 3,827 874 1,982 1,864 800 1,435 965 3,852 3,558 2,853 4,174 4,284

15,422 7,078 24,356 30,200 39,141 9,324 5,988 5,023 7,350 11,615 4,348 4,598 4,882 8,282 4,174 12,172 17,841 6,721

52,824 19,225 80,750 107,037 134,473 53,280 24,457 14,145 22,299 29,362 21,932 15,647 20,727 26,841 14,334 31,921 61,615 24,821

15,098 7,066 15,848 40,083 32,810 12,119 4,631 3,581 4,633 4,983 4,060 5,725 4,631 7,436 2,875 8,585 27,365 4,691

66,005 17,482 132,894 85,688 140,826 85,157 5,906 2,677 18,029 45,697 10,391 736 55,564 21,372 6,221 2,680 159,459 6,926

390 17,000 15,404 12,080 6,512 654 741 824 254 496 157 695 2,326 831 3,642 3,238 2,856

8 1,558 9,159 17,889 109 7,789 1,839 6,885 8,504 6,252 994 14,017 1,138 4,335 5,743 7,119 5,172

29,840 795,090 217,435 365,293 201,959 34,091 174,681 171,919 151,226 21,040 306,838 53,561 165,044 127,916 153,135 111,140

501,310 15,000 46,100 10,000 27,565 89,950 59,900 48,365

3,077 464,050 9,101 7,423 350 35,491 2,495 8,761 6,668 10,184 675 93,753 4,198 5,595 9,865 3,265 54,320

1,316 1,071 2,830 1,589 1,339 1,782 3,558 1,861 5,562 1,255

5,658 6,874 8,210 6,276 6,248 4,923 17,971 8,110 17,669 6,828

19,349 21,995 20,711 14,344 19,661 13,781 52,209 26,209 70,362 20,928

7,372 8,377 8,145 6,190 7,065 4,072 20,057 7,766 23,282 5,277

32,064 35,496 6,099 14,376 49,347 11,308 7,467 8,175 31,849 14,865

14 375 13 4 11 39 216

1,833 2,796 333 1,132 1,687 1,463 7,254 539 4,987 1,691

55,850 89,350 12,000 30,090 63,825 30,900 151,760 50,045 142,065 54,450

15,000 30,600 3,000 7,455 31,050 17,100 24,665 32,355 17,000

13,350 19,590 6,710 11,035 11,515 22,135 8,975 38,850 15,600

1,370 660 740 1,134 738 1,549 1,314 913 4,727 651 1,511 553 828

21,217 7,864 4,990 11,837 7,003 11,234 5,979 9,666 31,064 5,593 23,422 6,734 6,125

48,678 24,435 15,305 30,178 16,348 33,048 17,911 25,736 81,797 16,142 49,166 17,566 17,136

11,135 4,761 4,570 5,626 3,391 7,020 3,494 6,022 15,061 4,152 11,890 3,382 4,397

25,239 6,156 8,292 12,812 1,884 16,680 3,717 9,847 11,966 2,706 8,826 1,923 6,250

904 1 208 98 670 177 165 859 231 15 75

21,106 7,227 1,902 11,252 3,265 11,483 962 8,606 1,412 6,336 18,976 4,131 5,690

581,905 274,459 44,895 200,074 120,171 391,132 57,210 419,030 484,836 131,512 367,514 125,175 106,015

149,090 120,359 168,997 40,000 229,596 42,745 -

22,280 13,260 3,470 6,526 6,840 9,745 5,000 7,271 8,022 4,923 18,487 2,000 7,695

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Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary revenue Federal sources Geographic area Compensatory (Title I) State sources

Enrollment PENNSYLVANIA Independent Schools: Allentown.......................................................... Bethlehem Area................................................ Central Bucks................................................... Central Dauphin............................................... Council Rock.................................................... Downingtown Area........................................... Erie................................................................... Hazleton Area................................................... Lancaster.......................................................... North Penn....................................................... Pennsbury........................................................ Philadelphia...................................................... Pittsburgh......................................................... Pocono Mountain............................................. Reading............................................................ Upper Darby..................................................... West Chester Area........................................... RHODE ISLAND Dependent Schools: Cranston........................................................... Providence....................................................... Warwick............................................................ SOUTH CAROLINA Independent Schools: Aiken County.................................................... Anderson County 5........................................... Beaufort County............................................... Berkeley County............................................... Charleston County............................................ Darlington County............................................. Dorchester County 2........................................ Florence County 1............................................ Georgetown County......................................... Greenville County............................................. Horry County.................................................... Kershaw County............................................... Lancaster County............................................. Lexington County 1.......................................... Lexington County 5.......................................... Oconee County................................................ Pickens County................................................ Richland County 1............................................ Richland County 2............................................ York County 3................................................... SOUTH DAKOTA Independent Schools: Rapid City Area................................................ Sioux Falls........................................................ TENNESSEE Dependent Schools: Blount County................................................... Bradley County................................................. Hamblen County............................................... Hamilton County............................................... Jackson-Madison County................................. Knox County..................................................... Maury County................................................... Memphis........................................................... Montgomery County......................................... Nashville-Davidson County.............................. Putnam County................................................. Robertson County............................................

1

Total

Total

Special Education

Child nutrition

Other and nonspecified

Total

Formula Assistance

Special Education

18,583 15,340 20,349 11,628 12,621 11,751 12,528 10,002 11,884 13,065 11,692 178,241 31,005 11,809 17,958 12,440 11,838

186,195 195,160 253,664 143,347 182,952 167,452 172,807 96,725 160,197 183,677 163,914 2,441,472 671,896 183,874 177,047 138,811 178,277

20,503 9,031 4,750 3,863 2,098 1,218 22,404 8,021 23,015 5,115 3,256 311,782 68,276 6,337 27,954 8,309 4,328

7,286 3,320 651 1,508 206 8,746 1,860 7,249 636 765 153,577 26,134 1,865 13,323 2,512 1,524

3,301 1,038 5 26 9,541 -

5,349 2,722 664 1,381 185 296 4,847 2,413 3,546 1,003 515 62,723 8,651 2,211 6,619 2,292 451

7,868 2,989 3,435 974 1,707 922 5,510 2,710 12,215 3,476 1,976 95,456 23,950 2,261 8,012 3,505 2,353

82,286 42,529 39,204 31,577 31,348 29,434 76,835 42,739 59,610 25,936 32,269 1,303,631 227,183 39,351 109,196 42,662 26,133

55,592 20,844 14,969 14,474 12,969 12,431 43,562 23,614 35,881 8,300 13,842 851,646 137,428 17,302 78,355 21,269 6,711

8,603 6,242 7,254 4,997 6,311 5,002 10,596 6,729 8,357 6,209 5,209 120,329 30,838 4,630 8,571 6,588 5,004

10,960 25,190 11,236

140,474 405,822 169,729

9,338 53,736 8,865

1,309 22,882 1,686

2,594 6,001 2,833

1,142 10,090 941

4,293 14,763 3,405

42,771 232,788 44,379

35,581 203,704 37,626

-

25,028 12,139 19,239 28,185 41,792 11,357 20,206 15,422 10,365 67,537 36,124 10,428 11,378 20,247 16,732 10,673 16,530 24,664 22,320 16,823

207,130 116,369 219,201 267,790 491,792 116,574 169,203 145,094 111,949 637,541 391,143 98,151 110,075 212,735 179,275 117,056 144,825 334,841 233,119 163,110

22,316 11,847 20,220 24,402 51,991 13,804 10,402 16,244 11,224 52,331 31,718 8,917 12,639 10,917 8,341 9,463 12,136 34,052 14,232 10,996

6,281 2,519 6,027 6,125 16,440 4,130 2,309 3,833 2,682 14,819 9,143 2,073 2,482 1,924 1,163 2,592 2,893 11,564 1,522 2,561

6,633 3,123 4,851 5,784 12,449 3,211 3,345 4,220 3,043 16,324 8,951 2,497 2,433 4,416 3,120 2,854 3,812 7,139 4,121 3,526

5,829 3,266 4,425 7,259 11,104 3,781 2,828 4,800 3,296 12,880 9,393 2,543 2,541 2,728 1,990 2,573 3,306 7,728 3,824 3,346

3,573 2,939 4,917 5,234 11,998 2,682 1,920 3,391 2,203 8,308 4,231 1,804 5,183 1,849 2,068 1,444 2,125 7,621 4,765 1,563

108,189 56,036 30,811 126,214 135,436 54,762 87,999 69,672 40,174 286,464 133,509 50,186 53,596 94,587 79,150 42,676 71,936 119,965 99,015 77,316

35,850 17,560 777 41,451 28,341 15,374 31,231 20,920 9,429 90,174 38,777 15,537 19,146 30,522 22,389 10,100 23,776 30,205 34,449 25,560

10,271 6,881 295 14,296 7,623 6,728 8,861 8,069 3,497 31,300 14,724 4,952 5,325 9,579 6,654 4,223 6,788 9,898 8,969 8,009

13,063 19,771

106,568 175,625

12,091 19,533

4,081 4,767

2,734 4,007

1,439 3,005

3,837 7,754

27,621 50,287

22,277 39,225

3,917 8,988

11,613 10,555 10,079 40,922 14,700 59,663 12,350 117,349 27,963 73,731 10,844 10,820

86,395 65,343 70,269 344,845 115,133 478,390 87,945 1,067,335 191,862 720,591 75,299 70,325

6,938 6,369 7,670 41,476 16,842 42,000 8,637 142,662 21,973 72,974 8,038 6,129

1,378 1,092 1,898 11,503 3,518 12,514 1,822 46,625 4,510 19,991 2,065 1,106

2,289 2,042 2,081 8,985 2,752 12,889 3,017 23,468 4,865 16,792 1,965 2,349

2,246 2,112 2,517 9,194 4,329 9,513 2,445 38,950 5,385 20,091 2,342 1,900

1,025 1,123 1,174 11,794 6,243 7,084 1,353 33,619 7,213 16,100 1,666 774

43,332 33,571 30,988 103,185 44,153 129,729 42,856 398,294 96,879 186,527 35,107 39,941

40,411 31,166 29,156 95,418 38,392 122,619 40,461 377,696 92,733 171,236 30,895 38,234

-

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Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary revenue--Con. State sources--Con. Geographic area Parent government contributions From cities and counties From other school systems Local sources

Transportation PENNSYLVANIA--Con. Independent Schools: Allentown.......................................................... Bethlehem Area................................................ Central Bucks................................................... Central Dauphin............................................... Council Rock.................................................... Downingtown Area........................................... Erie................................................................... Hazleton Area................................................... Lancaster.......................................................... North Penn....................................................... Pennsbury........................................................ Philadelphia...................................................... Pittsburgh......................................................... Pocono Mountain............................................. Reading............................................................ Upper Darby..................................................... West Chester Area........................................... RHODE ISLAND--Con. Dependent Schools: Cranston........................................................... Providence....................................................... Warwick............................................................ SOUTH CAROLINA--Con. Independent Schools: Aiken County.................................................... Anderson County 5........................................... Beaufort County............................................... Berkeley County............................................... Charleston County............................................ Darlington County............................................. Dorchester County 2........................................ Florence County 1............................................ Georgetown County......................................... Greenville County............................................. Horry County.................................................... Kershaw County............................................... Lancaster County............................................. Lexington County 1.......................................... Lexington County 5.......................................... Oconee County................................................ Pickens County................................................ Richland County 1............................................ Richland County 2............................................ York County 3................................................... SOUTH DAKOTA--Con. Independent Schools: Rapid City Area................................................ Sioux Falls........................................................ TENNESSEE--Con. Dependent Schools: Blount County................................................... Bradley County................................................. Hamblen County............................................... Hamilton County............................................... Jackson-Madison County................................. Knox County..................................................... Maury County................................................... Memphis........................................................... Montgomery County......................................... Nashville-Davidson County.............................. Putnam County................................................. Robertson County............................................

Other and nonspecified

Total

Total taxes

Property taxes only

Charges

Other

1,233 2,030 4,435 3,219 3,492 3,519 1,458 2,328 1,074 2,894 2,575 28,016 12,695 4,509 918 1,888 4,976

16,858 13,413 12,546 8,887 8,576 8,482 21,219 10,068 14,298 8,533 10,643 303,640 46,222 12,910 21,352 12,917 9,442

83,406 143,600 209,710 107,907 149,506 136,800 73,568 45,965 77,572 152,626 128,389 826,059 376,437 138,186 39,897 87,840 147,816

79,099 114,791 196,407 99,623 142,623 127,138 50,669 42,603 58,259 142,940 122,037 718,885 284,654 111,618 34,137 81,192 141,551

68,343 98,489 174,271 67,368 119,809 111,749 42,487 31,422 52,170 126,608 119,074 563,652 185,278 105,512 28,144 78,104 120,195

-

29 301 3 94 2,052 41 2,636 693 -

739 2,326 129 2,434 1,432 727 716 501 127 236 998 138 241

997 2,417 8,089 2,744 3,472 3,198 1,486 1,474 1,210 3,627 2,786 6,642 5,360 2,262 2,652 3,420 2,728

2,542 23,765 5,082 3,106 3,317 5,032 18,634 1,172 17,561 6,059 3,439 100,296 82,789 24,306 2,415 3,090 3,296

-

7,190 29,084 6,753

88,365 119,298 116,485

-

-

84,514 113,577 113,125

-

1,913 2,603 1,008

1,792 1,249 1,933

146 1,869 419

1,580 715 1,101 1,829 2,395 1,009 1,180 734 778 2,819 2,332 745 727 1,444 716 784 1,042 1,518 807 796

60,488 30,880 28,638 68,638 97,077 31,651 46,727 39,949 26,470 162,171 77,676 28,952 28,398 53,042 49,391 27,569 40,330 78,344 54,790 42,951

76,625 48,486 168,170 117,174 304,365 48,008 70,802 59,178 60,551 298,746 225,916 39,048 43,840 107,231 91,784 64,917 60,753 180,824 119,872 74,798

62,632 40,007 154,512 81,340 244,824 31,794 47,974 46,786 54,251 209,876 191,730 25,195 28,139 82,496 75,558 54,426 42,135 158,169 99,065 61,627

62,632 36,428 154,512 81,340 244,824 31,794 47,974 46,786 54,251 209,876 191,730 25,195 28,139 68,337 75,558 54,426 42,129 158,169 99,065 61,627

-

4,193 816 73 11,773 124 2,270 3,689 2,567 264 18,849 4,384 2,160 2,001 3,812 78 2,373 342 6,148 955 333

13 77 56 78 24 21 198 26 63 396 105 16

6,861 4,562 2,216 9,450 14,244 2,780 5,378 4,430 2,622 30,063 12,916 3,240 3,798 10,739 11,452 4,209 7,038 5,640 10,945 5,840

2,926 3,024 11,369 14,555 45,173 11,164 13,761 5,317 3,414 39,958 16,886 8,429 9,881 9,986 4,696 3,883 11,175 10,471 8,802 6,982

-

1,427 2,074

66,856 105,805

60,271 90,579

59,264 89,613

-

792 52

62 111

2,922 5,415

2,809 9,648

-

2,921 2,405 1,832 7,767 5,761 7,110 2,395 20,598 4,146 15,291 4,212 1,707

36,125 25,403 31,611 200,184 54,138 306,661 36,452 526,379 73,010 461,090 32,154 24,255

-

-

26,874 18,888 24,922 167,279 48,373 225,128 29,069 92,355 60,743 432,725 26,069 20,324

357,878 -

2,809 393 85 379 331 306 838 34 365 246 231

5,421 5,967 5,864 27,288 4,513 24,996 6,515 38,040 10,924 22,549 5,459 3,548

1,021 548 432 5,532 873 56,206 562 37,268 1,309 5,451 380 152

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Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary expenditure Current spending Geographic area For selected objects Instruction Salaries and wages Employee benefits Salaries and wages Employee benefits For selected functions Support services Pupil support Staff support

Total PENNSYLVANIA--Con. Independent Schools: Allentown.......................................................... Bethlehem Area................................................ Central Bucks................................................... Central Dauphin............................................... Council Rock.................................................... Downingtown Area........................................... Erie................................................................... Hazleton Area................................................... Lancaster.......................................................... North Penn....................................................... Pennsbury........................................................ Philadelphia...................................................... Pittsburgh......................................................... Pocono Mountain............................................. Reading............................................................ Upper Darby..................................................... West Chester Area........................................... RHODE ISLAND--Con. Dependent Schools: Cranston........................................................... Providence....................................................... Warwick............................................................ SOUTH CAROLINA--Con. Independent Schools: Aiken County.................................................... Anderson County 5........................................... Beaufort County............................................... Berkeley County............................................... Charleston County............................................ Darlington County............................................. Dorchester County 2........................................ Florence County 1............................................ Georgetown County......................................... Greenville County............................................. Horry County.................................................... Kershaw County............................................... Lancaster County............................................. Lexington County 1.......................................... Lexington County 5.......................................... Oconee County................................................ Pickens County................................................ Richland County 1............................................ Richland County 2............................................ York County 3................................................... SOUTH DAKOTA--Con. Independent Schools: Rapid City Area................................................ Sioux Falls........................................................ TENNESSEE--Con. Dependent Schools: Blount County................................................... Bradley County................................................. Hamblen County............................................... Hamilton County............................................... Jackson-Madison County................................. Knox County..................................................... Maury County................................................... Memphis........................................................... Montgomery County......................................... Nashville-Davidson County.............................. Putnam County................................................. Robertson County............................................

Total

Total2

Total

175,134 208,118 239,469 183,182 171,525 188,134 150,729 103,293 144,138 172,626 164,243 2,687,414 625,193 171,747 181,455 128,288 189,021

155,137 147,581 199,416 110,393 156,620 118,044 130,230 86,473 130,511 158,677 136,243 1,663,916 452,082 135,826 146,474 116,600 143,047

92,976 91,537 128,612 66,588 95,535 69,102 77,122 48,867 70,874 98,695 88,709 883,403 253,300 73,137 80,285 72,251 82,009

32,289 51,726 36,686 23,779 28,412 25,051 27,301 22,008 41,181 32,265 29,408 395,048 85,520 52,657 36,324 24,468 28,037

95,717 89,301 122,891 66,745 105,964 75,314 79,813 55,173 83,138 99,476 89,150 840,547 230,113 78,061 91,066 73,421 88,376

67,267 63,493 90,500 47,678 76,320 50,022 54,138 35,010 50,755 68,279 64,360 517,561 153,476 49,663 55,600 51,667 59,455

22,897 21,985 24,752 15,551 22,682 18,106 19,108 15,826 18,997 20,821 21,123 220,016 48,776 21,531 25,354 17,644 19,215

49,504 46,739 68,578 36,552 47,089 39,666 42,585 26,040 37,191 51,693 43,666 679,829 188,337 53,203 45,191 35,458 51,573

8,533 7,484 10,021 5,968 7,284 5,703 8,856 3,692 8,403 7,546 7,348 67,299 16,858 6,407 7,032 6,150 7,781

9,012 5,844 8,972 2,591 5,323 4,324 4,608 1,725 4,860 3,942 3,143 72,956 32,216 7,218 7,274 3,556 4,643

144,725 396,313 170,948

138,684 385,493 166,584

84,498 197,513 99,141

36,542 91,694 41,822

86,429 199,340 102,314

57,459 124,734 65,105

23,360 52,981 26,296

46,416 168,368 58,583

11,921 48,790 19,710

4,892 25,253 7,597

211,484 113,617 232,700 314,985 509,115 115,220 207,562 140,454 108,844 785,218 473,874 98,091 118,119 259,429 171,009 124,635 141,275 398,603 296,301 194,126

190,680 107,918 185,475 221,911 418,814 94,133 146,700 134,553 93,106 521,283 319,539 82,780 92,414 175,159 154,368 97,701 124,137 278,737 201,648 138,618

123,598 66,507 101,091 137,044 227,242 58,485 92,041 83,523 60,140 327,944 204,448 52,096 58,271 110,608 98,902 60,610 76,322 175,680 121,536 87,210

35,250 19,196 29,657 39,325 63,570 17,896 25,817 23,962 17,816 95,385 59,086 14,526 16,674 30,404 27,609 18,554 22,961 47,060 33,595 24,415

116,942 60,739 102,355 121,378 239,634 53,619 89,216 77,216 52,224 302,372 190,855 47,428 54,684 104,317 86,802 55,247 73,716 162,019 117,239 80,411

84,523 44,126 72,455 86,956 149,694 38,158 61,851 55,262 37,850 213,417 137,784 34,240 39,091 75,117 64,907 39,133 51,919 114,754 84,558 58,860

23,301 12,041 21,158 23,602 39,610 11,179 17,138 15,365 10,771 60,059 39,365 9,430 10,769 20,363 17,859 11,710 14,637 30,181 22,270 16,346

64,331 40,778 73,705 85,585 152,010 34,252 48,903 48,787 34,963 178,381 110,195 30,576 31,552 61,498 59,770 36,886 41,805 104,579 75,777 50,824

13,449 8,229 13,862 16,344 23,509 5,028 9,169 11,947 5,753 27,524 26,102 5,948 6,423 12,662 17,297 6,970 8,757 17,211 14,000 10,757

9,454 7,023 10,551 14,487 25,798 7,346 6,410 12,558 6,195 37,305 16,916 5,256 6,874 9,552 10,837 7,934 7,459 21,638 10,017 6,804

107,702 168,006

96,099 147,680

61,642 92,896

15,517 26,458

57,182 91,356

41,707 63,829

10,088 18,196

35,125 48,705

5,699 7,001

5,507 6,815

84,139 73,322 71,878 342,741 111,497 454,317 87,585 1,077,655 202,674 710,856 79,115 72,643

82,842 62,651 66,214 335,317 108,941 404,290 84,009 971,440 181,328 633,272 73,052 67,280

50,628 37,546 39,820 193,960 70,474 259,873 52,550 602,322 113,852 399,921 43,068 40,029

15,832 10,046 13,106 61,595 16,222 55,762 16,214 177,048 32,223 134,435 13,806 13,669

52,910 41,373 45,678 217,214 71,943 253,202 54,543 605,649 108,452 382,026 43,944 47,112

36,540 27,768 30,351 141,424 51,657 184,047 37,936 409,418 74,913 262,738 29,406 30,176

11,319 7,288 9,244 45,213 11,734 39,210 10,759 121,281 19,877 85,510 9,831 11,150

23,011 16,687 16,090 99,307 30,164 131,036 24,656 308,993 62,948 220,531 23,309 19,830

2,411 1,996 1,194 8,825 3,053 10,920 2,261 35,306 7,835 27,823 2,945 2,348

3,276 3,361 1,015 19,423 4,701 33,539 4,278 49,018 9,980 31,932 4,287 3,329

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Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary expenditure--Con. Current spending--Con. Geographic area For selected functions--Con. Support services--Con. General School adminisadminisOther and tration tration nonspecified Other current spending Total long-term debt outstanding at end of fiscal year Long-term debt issued during fiscal year Long-term debt retired during fiscal year Indebtedness

Capital Interoutlay governmental

Interest on debt

PENNSYLVANIA--Con. Independent Schools: Allentown.......................................................... Bethlehem Area................................................ Central Bucks................................................... Central Dauphin............................................... Council Rock.................................................... Downingtown Area........................................... Erie................................................................... Hazleton Area................................................... Lancaster.......................................................... North Penn....................................................... Pennsbury........................................................ Philadelphia...................................................... Pittsburgh......................................................... Pocono Mountain............................................. Reading............................................................ Upper Darby..................................................... West Chester Area........................................... RHODE ISLAND--Con. Dependent Schools: Cranston........................................................... Providence....................................................... Warwick............................................................ SOUTH CAROLINA--Con. Independent Schools: Aiken County.................................................... Anderson County 5........................................... Beaufort County............................................... Berkeley County............................................... Charleston County............................................ Darlington County............................................. Dorchester County 2........................................ Florence County 1............................................ Georgetown County......................................... Greenville County............................................. Horry County.................................................... Kershaw County............................................... Lancaster County............................................. Lexington County 1.......................................... Lexington County 5.......................................... Oconee County................................................ Pickens County................................................ Richland County 1............................................ Richland County 2............................................ York County 3................................................... SOUTH DAKOTA--Con. Independent Schools: Rapid City Area................................................ Sioux Falls........................................................ TENNESSEE--Con. Dependent Schools: Blount County................................................... Bradley County................................................. Hamblen County............................................... Hamilton County............................................... Jackson-Madison County................................. Knox County..................................................... Maury County................................................... Memphis........................................................... Montgomery County......................................... Nashville-Davidson County.............................. Putnam County................................................. Robertson County............................................

2,293 3,083 2,919 1,500 1,595 1,995 3,076 1,474 1,500 4,451 3,137 68,945 18,143 3,827 3,229 2,204 3,318

6,606 7,103 7,882 4,963 6,065 5,353 5,858 2,963 5,854 5,903 6,142 91,238 26,575 7,143 5,823 4,461 6,662

23,060 23,225 38,784 21,530 26,822 22,291 20,187 16,186 16,574 29,851 23,896 379,391 94,545 28,608 21,833 19,087 29,169

9,916 11,541 7,947 7,096 3,567 3,064 7,832 5,260 10,182 7,508 3,427 143,540 33,632 4,562 10,217 7,721 3,098

757 32,285 22,403 56,268 706 50,143 4,291 9,565 5,699 1,801 9,168 334,395 53,857 18,508 20,337 2,075 22,635

16,795 16,905 6,683 8,530 8,390 11,101 13,081 2,086 4,819 7,433 13,296 568,089 96,802 10,734 7,940 7,018 9,065

2,445 11,347 10,967 7,991 5,809 8,846 3,127 5,169 3,109 4,715 5,536 121,014 22,452 6,679 6,704 2,595 14,274

43,783 248,191 278,919 206,845 155,394 208,007 112,633 114,040 65,503 108,657 132,076 3,336,074 465,839 244,483 459,495 53,101 321,267

116,690 124,226 132,230 26,553 45,100 1,019 1,762 1,238 14,091 44,058 1,009,225 64,357 142,832 521 70,180

3,223 67,745 117,247 116,825 32,295 17,575 6,575 4,420 7,070 8,470 45,245 757,616 33,093 83,299 10,115 2,647 65,158

1,141 4,678 1,200

7,167 19,799 6,984

21,295 69,848 23,092

5,839 17,785 5,687

878 1,054 880

1,528 45 1,710

3,635 9,721 1,774

42,378 97,181 64,771

19,200 60,000 5,000

3,376 10,394 2,730

3,391 589 6,145 3,020 13,191 1,342 1,097 328 714 2,042 1,472 1,194 1,158 1,882 893 718 670 3,289 1,736 827

10,466 5,750 9,775 11,554 22,532 5,850 8,602 6,551 6,426 30,871 17,480 5,208 5,432 8,098 8,904 6,161 7,262 14,492 12,189 8,280

27,571 19,187 33,372 40,180 66,980 14,686 23,625 17,403 15,875 80,639 48,225 12,970 11,665 29,304 21,839 15,103 17,657 47,949 37,835 24,156

9,407 6,401 9,415 14,948 27,170 6,262 8,581 8,550 5,919 40,530 18,489 4,776 6,178 9,344 7,796 5,568 8,616 12,139 8,632 7,383

18,798 4,204 33,089 69,893 42,255 16,291 50,817 3,933 10,675 206,751 135,807 7,611 20,506 72,485 15,166 24,906 8,485 99,956 82,835 49,351

127 862 294 933 1,085 2,276 106 1,606 232 859 1,602 181 157 78 525 492 542 332 690 286

1,879 633 13,842 22,248 46,961 2,520 9,939 362 4,831 56,325 16,926 7,519 5,042 11,707 950 1,536 8,111 19,578 11,128 5,871

20,150 10,759 552,328 619,111 941,934 52,222 264,400 16,778 186,691 1,851,194 442,029 184,462 144,433 275,132 33,118 93,459 410,538 527,546 299,636 220,698

22,262 7,600 111,586 150,168 107 3,000 7,285 17,312 132,104 5,500 1,910 33,725 25,111 354,938 80,963 44,848 76,246

23,095 8,190 20,320 8,825 10,055 5,954 9,784 5,050 6,305 10,925 18,735 8,310 7,475 15,130 17,705 6,285 6,325 12,390 16,090 12,630

1,898 3,050

5,011 8,933

17,010 22,906

3,792 7,619

10,596 15,373

142 847

865 4,106

31,445 96,820

7,500 -

2,850 6,899

1,541 1,053 1,485 6,660 2,210 7,341 2,223 12,874 2,687 2,068 1,974 1,205

4,275 3,008 3,243 20,139 5,826 21,437 4,795 66,082 10,133 41,497 3,636 3,737

11,508 7,269 9,153 44,260 14,374 57,799 11,099 145,713 32,313 117,211 10,467 9,211

6,921 4,591 4,446 18,796 6,834 20,052 4,810 56,798 9,928 30,715 5,799 338

918 8,310 3,968 4,113 2,556 36,595 1,809 105,058 12,808 51,861 2,202 1,180

181 2 244 1,045 1,910

198 2,361 1,696 3,311 13,430 1,767 913 8,538 24,678 3,861 2,273

315 52,973 35,595 61,356 54,560 238,321 49,435 28,675 239,012 531,657 75,190 69,069

17,620 475 6,300 1,556 63,945 47,937 19,019

584 19,210 344 12,371 850 9,517 4,290 3,446

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Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary revenue Federal sources Geographic area Compensatory (Title I) State sources

Enrollment TENNESSEE--Con. Dependent Schools--Con. Rutherford County............................................ Sevier County................................................... Shelby County.................................................. Sullivan County................................................ Sumner County................................................ Tipton County................................................... Williamson County............................................ Wilson County.................................................. TEXAS Independent Schools: Abilene............................................................. Aldine............................................................... Alief.................................................................. Allen................................................................. Alvin.................................................................. Amarillo............................................................ Arlington........................................................... Austin............................................................... Beaumont......................................................... Birdville............................................................. Brazosport........................................................ Brownsville....................................................... Bryan................................................................ Carrollton-Farmers Branch............................... Clear Creek...................................................... Clint.................................................................. Comal............................................................... Conroe.............................................................. Corpus Christi................................................... Crowley............................................................ Cypress-Fairbanks........................................... Dallas............................................................... Deer Park......................................................... Denton.............................................................. Donna............................................................... Duncanville....................................................... Eagle Mt-Saginaw............................................ Eagle Pass....................................................... Ector County..................................................... Edgewood........................................................ Edinburg........................................................... El Paso............................................................. Fort Bend.......................................................... Fort Worth........................................................ Frisco................................................................ Galena Park..................................................... Garland............................................................. Goose Creek.................................................... Grand Prairie.................................................... Grapevine-Colleyville....................................... Harlandale........................................................ Harlingen Consolidated.................................... Hays Consolidated........................................... Houston............................................................ Humble............................................................. Hurst-Euless-Bedford....................................... Irving................................................................. Judson.............................................................. Katy.................................................................. Keller................................................................ Killeen............................................................... Klein................................................................. La Joya............................................................. Lamar Consolidated.........................................

1

Total

Total

Special Education

Child nutrition

Other and nonspecified

Total

Formula Assistance

Special Education

34,831 14,522 47,126 12,399 26,140 12,030 27,797 14,881

232,095 113,881 344,040 94,327 186,137 79,497 209,720 96,156

15,828 9,887 19,178 7,843 13,846 8,501 7,751 6,412

2,418 2,414 2,459 1,495 2,612 1,597 581 924

5,821 2,954 7,454 2,829 4,673 2,553 4,483 2,450

4,854 3,110 5,140 2,378 3,628 2,956 1,155 1,221

2,735 1,409 4,125 1,141 2,933 1,395 1,532 1,817

112,189 38,531 150,445 39,174 93,651 51,195 79,412 45,865

106,667 35,899 144,032 36,250 90,245 48,613 74,673 44,093

-

16,732 58,831 45,696 16,463 14,254 30,394 63,082 82,140 19,517 22,541 13,175 48,334 14,866 26,252 35,528 10,061 14,226 44,460 38,930 14,175 92,135 159,144 12,421 19,722 13,363 12,405 12,655 13,877 26,472 11,916 28,772 62,857 67,014 79,457 23,777 21,275 56,955 20,293 24,616 13,936 14,151 17,684 11,907 202,936 31,327 20,238 32,951 20,263 51,201 27,905 36,651 41,612 25,130 20,708

147,150 536,158 402,127 153,919 130,867 256,045 518,791 960,995 192,401 188,519 126,636 465,961 136,126 299,806 311,571 92,270 148,516 377,764 323,092 120,874 751,839 1,587,549 152,098 209,559 137,440 108,115 116,327 117,609 214,888 118,074 265,498 563,711 550,235 710,684 252,515 192,042 469,348 214,319 203,571 183,268 142,264 148,698 116,276 2,057,191 280,062 181,390 288,818 178,695 462,280 219,737 353,664 339,703 248,415 190,602

19,764 68,261 39,440 3,798 9,575 32,914 44,809 82,135 31,165 13,625 9,138 78,309 17,024 16,701 12,525 10,762 6,725 24,777 41,475 5,610 37,840 213,494 6,026 13,704 26,522 6,842 5,343 21,297 25,050 18,943 41,017 86,039 28,496 98,401 4,893 20,193 35,589 16,976 20,506 3,812 20,103 20,758 6,860 273,906 13,305 10,328 25,564 13,563 16,553 5,164 74,440 16,653 38,838 12,506

5,209 16,613 11,829 308 2,079 10,690 12,050 24,485 7,010 1,741 1,877 26,267 4,130 2,740 910 3,500 1,167 5,513 13,246 564 4,790 83,091 710 2,900 11,121 1,076 519 8,549 7,994 6,771 15,011 34,395 4,327 33,617 214 4,006 6,345 4,810 5,116 349 5,722 7,344 1,015 95,927 1,424 1,967 5,237 2,419 915 382 7,080 2,163 16,364 3,131

3,108 11,280 7,785 2,083 2,573 6,370 11,189 14,972 5,698 4,345 2,897 10,794 2,957 4,804 5,399 1,640 2,533 8,852 8,008 2,443 11,924 27,280 1,992 3,380 2,903 1,923 2,285 2,468 5,661 2,233 4,126 12,591 12,009 16,795 3,139 3,163 11,153 3,674 6,073 1,953 3,286 3,212 1,769 34,505 5,820 3,486 4,601 4,306 6,571 2,542 6,247 6,133 3,609 2,946

4,329 24,065 12,475 887 3,276 8,788 14,433 20,551 6,209 3,969 3,133 23,280 4,698 5,869 2,768 3,880 1,908 5,381 9,495 1,968 13,638 56,274 1,954 3,503 7,483 2,980 1,551 6,527 6,410 6,388 13,900 18,094 7,116 20,843 1,111 6,515 11,128 5,546 6,308 777 7,351 6,355 2,371 70,340 3,536 3,352 10,198 4,704 5,292 1,658 7,664 5,131 12,787 4,419

7,118 16,303 7,351 520 1,647 7,066 7,137 22,127 12,248 3,570 1,231 17,968 5,239 3,288 3,448 1,742 1,117 5,031 10,726 635 7,488 46,849 1,370 3,921 5,015 863 988 3,753 4,985 3,551 7,980 20,959 5,044 27,146 429 6,509 6,963 2,946 3,009 733 3,744 3,847 1,705 73,134 2,525 1,523 5,528 2,134 3,775 582 53,449 3,226 6,078 2,010

71,286 273,834 190,368 38,659 60,457 116,171 150,593 140,010 41,142 57,559 19,421 306,403 50,067 41,616 68,762 66,578 22,867 93,364 137,736 42,589 246,218 312,635 19,468 43,324 96,898 40,568 23,813 75,834 90,185 79,474 151,915 277,375 195,713 256,415 38,256 90,637 205,581 35,484 105,878 23,707 91,428 83,490 55,390 412,297 104,725 31,583 106,862 81,178 166,614 56,752 193,766 138,498 166,497 56,149

59,688 238,677 156,872 30,689 50,464 98,817 114,156 99,306 30,512 43,598 14,019 274,396 40,153 31,558 55,305 54,602 17,062 69,291 111,793 32,526 189,962 226,065 13,941 32,765 79,816 32,897 18,737 67,348 77,417 65,032 135,414 231,250 158,714 209,926 28,922 75,576 169,862 27,066 87,245 17,923 72,255 72,176 43,986 313,402 84,518 23,710 85,544 66,048 127,572 41,720 166,540 112,857 141,250 44,429

-

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Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary revenue--Con. State sources--Con. Geographic area Parent government contributions From cities and counties From other school systems Local sources

Transportation TENNESSEE--Con. Dependent Schools--Con. Rutherford County............................................ Sevier County................................................... Shelby County.................................................. Sullivan County................................................ Sumner County................................................ Tipton County................................................... Williamson County............................................ Wilson County.................................................. TEXAS--Con. Independent Schools: Abilene............................................................. Aldine............................................................... Alief.................................................................. Allen................................................................. Alvin.................................................................. Amarillo............................................................ Arlington........................................................... Austin............................................................... Beaumont......................................................... Birdville............................................................. Brazosport........................................................ Brownsville....................................................... Bryan................................................................ Carrollton-Farmers Branch............................... Clear Creek...................................................... Clint.................................................................. Comal............................................................... Conroe.............................................................. Corpus Christi................................................... Crowley............................................................ Cypress-Fairbanks........................................... Dallas............................................................... Deer Park......................................................... Denton.............................................................. Donna............................................................... Duncanville....................................................... Eagle Mt-Saginaw............................................ Eagle Pass....................................................... Ector County..................................................... Edgewood........................................................ Edinburg........................................................... El Paso............................................................. Fort Bend.......................................................... Fort Worth........................................................ Frisco................................................................ Galena Park..................................................... Garland............................................................. Goose Creek.................................................... Grand Prairie.................................................... Grapevine-Colleyville....................................... Harlandale........................................................ Harlingen Consolidated.................................... Hays Consolidated........................................... Houston............................................................ Humble............................................................. Hurst-Euless-Bedford....................................... Irving................................................................. Judson.............................................................. Katy.................................................................. Keller................................................................ Killeen............................................................... Klein................................................................. La Joya............................................................. Lamar Consolidated.........................................

Other and nonspecified

Total

Total taxes

Property taxes only

Charges

Other

-

5,522 2,632 6,413 2,924 3,406 2,582 4,739 1,772

104,078 65,463 174,417 47,310 78,640 19,801 122,557 43,879

-

-

89,099 55,837 146,894 39,454 59,722 13,666 101,404 30,425

-

45 207 8,193 79 472 648 209 2,394

11,334 8,671 14,163 6,942 17,783 5,224 18,483 9,600

3,600 748 5,167 835 663 263 2,461 1,460

-

11,598 35,157 33,496 7,970 9,993 17,354 36,437 40,704 10,630 13,961 5,402 32,007 9,914 10,058 13,457 11,976 5,805 24,073 25,943 10,063 56,256 86,570 5,527 10,559 17,082 7,671 5,076 8,486 12,768 14,442 16,501 46,125 36,999 46,489 9,334 15,061 35,719 8,418 18,633 5,784 19,173 11,314 11,404 98,895 20,207 7,873 21,318 15,130 39,042 15,032 27,226 25,641 25,247 11,720

56,100 194,063 172,319 111,462 60,835 106,960 323,389 738,850 120,094 117,335 98,077 81,249 69,035 241,489 230,284 14,930 118,924 259,623 143,881 72,675 467,781 1,061,420 126,604 152,531 14,020 60,705 87,171 20,478 99,653 19,657 72,566 200,297 326,026 355,868 209,366 81,212 228,178 161,859 77,187 155,749 30,733 44,450 54,026 1,370,988 162,032 139,479 156,392 83,954 279,113 157,821 85,458 184,552 43,080 121,947

47,189 167,890 154,501 99,034 47,924 90,954 298,643 698,376 103,272 101,579 92,778 58,735 58,937 222,077 204,871 10,510 102,246 231,409 128,293 64,486 405,321 984,057 117,074 136,340 10,794 55,285 74,811 17,338 87,279 12,894 61,554 179,195 284,375 321,640 180,314 72,508 197,091 136,889 67,650 135,893 18,012 37,545 46,108 1,216,482 134,967 122,641 140,265 74,254 247,667 133,405 62,335 159,595 27,209 108,072

47,189 167,890 154,501 99,034 47,924 90,954 298,643 698,376 103,272 101,579 92,778 58,735 58,937 222,077 204,871 10,510 102,246 231,409 128,293 64,486 405,321 984,057 117,074 136,340 10,794 55,285 74,811 17,338 87,279 12,894 61,554 179,195 284,375 321,640 180,314 72,508 197,091 136,889 67,650 135,893 18,012 37,545 46,108 1,216,482 134,967 122,641 140,265 74,254 247,667 133,405 62,335 159,595 27,209 108,072

-

235 29 5 5 1 90 7 69 405 69 138 8 1,960 79 36 523 861 75 23,224 158 36 603 428 2 32 22 -

23 98 39 28 118 561 7 89 49 13 8 333 60

3,555 9,493 5,578 6,905 3,735 7,483 9,328 10,569 2,983 6,663 2,626 2,294 2,766 5,506 11,258 322 3,902 9,105 6,597 4,037 34,717 12,716 3,436 5,412 583 2,178 4,077 1,057 4,508 701 2,607 6,787 17,772 9,346 10,798 3,875 14,923 4,122 4,461 7,916 1,195 2,315 2,469 17,880 10,483 8,558 5,490 4,328 14,110 12,268 6,861 12,083 1,111 4,087

5,356 16,680 11,982 5,494 9,176 8,420 15,418 29,866 13,839 9,088 2,672 20,130 7,325 13,906 14,058 3,693 12,776 18,991 8,922 3,453 27,735 62,680 6,094 10,690 2,643 3,193 8,283 2,004 7,866 6,062 8,405 14,315 23,866 24,882 18,254 4,793 16,164 20,325 4,215 11,865 11,526 4,590 5,449 113,402 16,424 8,244 10,034 4,944 17,328 12,146 15,929 12,842 14,738 9,728

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Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary expenditure Current spending Geographic area For selected objects Instruction Salaries and wages Employee benefits Salaries and wages Employee benefits For selected functions Support services Pupil support Staff support

Total TENNESSEE--Con. Dependent Schools--Con. Rutherford County............................................ Sevier County................................................... Shelby County.................................................. Sullivan County................................................ Sumner County................................................ Tipton County................................................... Williamson County............................................ Wilson County.................................................. TEXAS--Con. Independent Schools: Abilene............................................................. Aldine............................................................... Alief.................................................................. Allen................................................................. Alvin.................................................................. Amarillo............................................................ Arlington........................................................... Austin............................................................... Beaumont......................................................... Birdville............................................................. Brazosport........................................................ Brownsville....................................................... Bryan................................................................ Carrollton-Farmers Branch............................... Clear Creek...................................................... Clint.................................................................. Comal............................................................... Conroe.............................................................. Corpus Christi................................................... Crowley............................................................ Cypress-Fairbanks........................................... Dallas............................................................... Deer Park......................................................... Denton.............................................................. Donna............................................................... Duncanville....................................................... Eagle Mt-Saginaw............................................ Eagle Pass....................................................... Ector County..................................................... Edgewood........................................................ Edinburg........................................................... El Paso............................................................. Fort Bend.......................................................... Fort Worth........................................................ Frisco................................................................ Galena Park..................................................... Garland............................................................. Goose Creek.................................................... Grand Prairie.................................................... Grapevine-Colleyville....................................... Harlandale........................................................ Harlingen Consolidated.................................... Hays Consolidated........................................... Houston............................................................ Humble............................................................. Hurst-Euless-Bedford....................................... Irving................................................................. Judson.............................................................. Katy.................................................................. Keller................................................................ Killeen............................................................... Klein................................................................. La Joya............................................................. Lamar Consolidated.........................................

Total

Total2

Total

273,521 112,940 383,020 92,520 183,658 81,482 261,115 120,780

216,718 106,153 317,662 89,906 177,811 75,256 201,832 91,690

130,061 67,818 215,669 52,717 109,056 47,239 118,930 52,882

39,237 18,788 53,111 17,497 38,232 13,254 41,602 15,806

147,221 66,191 212,718 57,292 115,930 50,464 130,947 58,346

97,864 45,445 156,580 37,951 77,557 34,977 85,070 38,787

29,128 12,091 33,515 11,804 24,711 9,512 29,495 11,444

67,873 33,091 96,908 26,865 50,876 19,484 61,835 26,347

9,825 5,604 10,239 1,691 6,044 2,595 9,285 2,755

11,301 4,652 17,547 4,169 9,108 2,352 8,824 4,948

165,810 532,554 398,869 146,039 177,225 261,308 483,378 979,812 191,432 185,858 123,497 448,122 170,493 308,744 337,391 86,451 193,829 448,449 309,632 135,447 875,810 1,656,387 154,146 235,295 144,344 102,528 159,314 116,843 209,228 127,007 260,080 570,017 610,338 654,437 349,790 194,156 489,637 273,196 204,546 202,767 142,837 149,919 140,487 1,994,588 344,933 171,466 258,715 176,994 481,772 237,442 314,696 377,309 267,265 194,156

133,523 479,436 351,932 113,530 104,306 225,199 452,551 688,878 176,085 157,953 98,842 404,736 113,905 206,130 244,925 77,156 98,729 299,053 297,956 97,670 626,983 1,366,345 110,353 164,579 126,749 88,958 87,326 110,894 187,889 105,561 230,680 492,234 474,368 625,140 172,749 159,875 406,509 158,744 176,391 104,998 119,148 135,497 89,053 1,636,561 220,377 148,923 230,092 147,686 366,958 177,824 283,195 280,995 209,110 155,398

92,231 340,767 256,247 77,629 69,811 154,975 327,509 459,597 111,666 112,321 66,352 270,194 74,720 143,581 166,851 53,601 68,927 212,251 208,697 68,185 460,334 971,129 65,331 116,605 79,239 63,882 57,545 75,108 128,120 71,932 153,986 338,754 339,547 435,955 122,797 113,346 292,341 104,281 124,739 73,060 84,353 88,447 62,803 1,072,302 161,919 108,007 167,098 105,722 266,454 117,871 202,050 206,645 135,018 104,978

17,836 46,420 44,786 10,689 12,963 28,576 46,621 121,263 23,302 17,694 12,855 60,669 17,375 23,246 30,252 8,446 11,741 34,162 30,903 11,007 71,877 132,315 10,579 19,134 20,225 10,114 7,905 15,163 24,436 12,067 29,616 66,425 55,328 69,383 18,798 17,594 44,551 19,422 21,678 13,070 12,393 17,821 9,751 156,525 26,850 15,343 27,679 17,982 44,239 17,725 29,050 31,522 30,900 20,397

82,991 284,624 220,295 68,741 59,296 141,363 287,092 385,284 102,689 99,480 56,499 237,150 68,064 121,207 152,305 44,602 58,563 179,450 175,358 64,005 402,884 802,339 54,085 102,035 71,616 50,749 54,846 65,837 110,364 58,639 136,760 297,764 300,943 344,416 107,394 92,573 247,251 91,005 108,911 64,619 67,705 81,006 50,707 960,319 135,958 92,624 145,881 88,628 223,922 110,121 175,657 168,297 119,866 95,164

64,168 227,719 177,056 56,543 46,061 107,524 228,281 289,077 75,000 77,601 44,473 180,936 50,200 97,258 118,074 34,282 46,527 143,828 140,424 50,463 324,581 645,945 43,899 82,495 49,833 41,125 42,595 49,122 84,646 46,164 102,232 228,912 238,184 267,665 85,828 74,640 199,943 70,483 85,859 51,110 53,271 60,163 40,298 723,356 111,644 73,278 118,534 72,060 181,563 85,575 137,485 138,595 88,310 73,475

12,068 31,107 29,663 7,582 8,070 18,504 31,255 73,839 14,619 11,933 8,511 37,492 10,620 15,173 20,283 5,125 7,717 21,583 19,647 7,779 48,721 85,966 6,909 12,758 11,574 6,381 5,876 9,063 14,874 7,195 18,088 41,676 38,159 39,969 13,440 11,053 28,617 13,095 14,430 8,914 7,520 11,261 5,964 102,181 16,570 9,552 19,158 11,147 29,550 12,426 18,723 20,489 17,244 13,974

43,603 164,787 109,973 39,967 39,316 69,634 143,800 257,277 62,281 49,229 36,960 137,462 38,369 73,764 82,282 28,459 33,726 108,233 104,823 29,688 190,801 474,955 51,627 55,514 44,888 32,658 28,785 35,312 67,274 39,725 78,289 171,318 154,424 242,143 55,034 57,218 133,870 56,267 57,143 34,610 42,613 45,387 33,186 571,298 73,998 47,768 70,686 50,434 126,527 59,377 92,681 96,779 75,885 51,929

8,065 29,204 16,354 5,754 3,419 12,275 25,008 30,530 6,724 6,985 4,921 19,928 5,327 10,751 11,061 2,630 4,469 15,775 15,398 2,731 30,174 71,184 5,028 8,931 6,673 5,047 3,330 5,639 8,719 5,645 14,455 29,728 24,265 38,481 8,036 7,493 22,209 6,760 11,120 5,432 6,474 7,009 4,079 66,055 12,406 8,254 12,214 7,533 18,104 8,207 14,531 14,974 12,966 7,059

7,998 22,158 14,539 4,226 4,401 13,263 20,226 49,031 7,466 6,533 5,454 25,060 6,932 13,082 10,469 3,327 3,400 9,906 16,679 2,603 26,478 83,599 4,097 8,675 7,601 4,442 3,070 6,458 13,101 7,881 13,224 35,793 18,315 48,856 8,410 9,518 19,768 7,094 8,652 5,420 5,370 6,312 3,692 90,843 9,683 7,673 11,430 6,244 15,454 7,663 18,427 13,805 12,728 4,346

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Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary expenditure--Con. Current spending--Con. Geographic area For selected functions--Con. Support services--Con. General School adminisadminisOther and tration tration nonspecified Other current spending Total long-term debt outstanding at end of fiscal year Long-term debt issued during fiscal year Long-term debt retired during fiscal year Indebtedness

Capital Interoutlay governmental

Interest on debt

TENNESSEE--Con. Dependent Schools--Con. Rutherford County............................................ Sevier County................................................... Shelby County.................................................. Sullivan County................................................ Sumner County................................................ Tipton County................................................... Williamson County............................................ Wilson County.................................................. TEXAS--Con. Independent Schools: Abilene............................................................. Aldine............................................................... Alief.................................................................. Allen................................................................. Alvin.................................................................. Amarillo............................................................ Arlington........................................................... Austin............................................................... Beaumont......................................................... Birdville............................................................. Brazosport........................................................ Brownsville....................................................... Bryan................................................................ Carrollton-Farmers Branch............................... Clear Creek...................................................... Clint.................................................................. Comal............................................................... Conroe.............................................................. Corpus Christi................................................... Crowley............................................................ Cypress-Fairbanks........................................... Dallas............................................................... Deer Park......................................................... Denton.............................................................. Donna............................................................... Duncanville....................................................... Eagle Mt-Saginaw............................................ Eagle Pass....................................................... Ector County..................................................... Edgewood........................................................ Edinburg........................................................... El Paso............................................................. Fort Bend.......................................................... Fort Worth........................................................ Frisco................................................................ Galena Park..................................................... Garland............................................................. Goose Creek.................................................... Grand Prairie.................................................... Grapevine-Colleyville....................................... Harlandale........................................................ Harlingen Consolidated.................................... Hays Consolidated........................................... Houston............................................................ Humble............................................................. Hurst-Euless-Bedford....................................... Irving................................................................. Judson.............................................................. Katy.................................................................. Keller................................................................ Killeen............................................................... Klein................................................................. La Joya............................................................. Lamar Consolidated.........................................

4,339 2,036 10,690 1,973 3,916 908 4,423 1,291

11,243 6,606 20,290 5,250 9,982 4,756 11,572 5,764

31,165 14,193 38,142 13,782 21,826 8,873 27,731 11,589

1,624 6,871 8,036 5,749 11,005 5,308 9,050 6,997

37,818 4,406 59,753 2,587 2,132 2,949 47,893 29,077

4,749 69 5,605 2 13

14,236 2,312 27 3,715 3,275 11,390 -

307,136 49,260 461,082 12 107,000 35,467 290,052 119,353

500 117,379 114,675 1,500 60,170 15,240

3,475 107,675 4,366

1,208 3,490 2,417 1,225 780 1,674 2,755 5,237 2,782 1,075 1,344 1,999 1,035 1,919 2,557 810 1,480 3,109 2,467 867 3,590 12,841 993 1,977 1,167 880 1,161 1,176 1,940 997 1,616 4,939 2,725 3,272 1,780 1,371 2,392 1,356 970 1,463 795 1,109 874 10,712 2,203 1,543 949 1,352 2,762 1,508 1,856 2,417 1,267 1,224

6,382 27,612 20,795 6,051 5,167 12,303 23,806 43,271 8,624 9,333 5,971 19,882 6,219 13,830 13,130 4,728 4,891 17,438 15,989 5,690 30,457 80,241 5,087 8,555 5,557 5,442 4,374 5,235 12,130 5,373 9,991 29,007 25,261 39,977 10,213 8,638 24,835 7,967 9,974 5,448 8,247 7,463 4,572 111,342 13,227 8,605 15,558 7,598 22,104 10,242 15,210 17,410 10,594 8,037

19,950 82,323 55,868 22,711 25,549 30,119 72,005 129,208 36,685 25,303 19,270 70,593 18,856 34,182 45,065 16,964 19,486 62,005 54,290 17,797 100,102 227,090 36,422 27,376 23,890 16,847 16,850 16,804 31,384 19,829 39,003 71,851 83,858 111,557 26,595 30,198 64,666 33,090 26,427 16,847 21,727 23,494 19,969 292,346 36,479 21,693 30,535 27,707 68,103 31,757 42,657 48,173 38,330 31,263

6,929 30,025 21,664 4,822 5,694 14,202 21,659 46,317 11,115 9,244 5,383 30,124 7,472 11,159 10,338 4,095 6,440 11,370 17,775 3,977 33,298 89,051 4,641 7,030 10,245 5,551 3,695 9,745 10,251 7,197 15,631 23,152 19,001 38,581 10,321 10,084 25,388 11,472 10,337 5,769 8,830 9,104 5,160 104,944 10,421 8,531 13,525 8,624 16,509 8,326 14,857 15,919 13,359 8,305

29,212 37,660 33,937 18,475 60,723 29,215 8,523 134,055 13,838 15,819 5,335 35,055 50,495 50,929 66,991 4,947 73,455 112,399 6,560 28,907 184,929 215,993 9,863 53,833 13,639 4,497 59,274 4,254 17,268 15,519 18,254 60,612 101,908 8,773 124,513 24,909 60,549 98,482 12,845 43,812 13,652 10,583 40,374 255,006 100,641 5,361 10,257 16,327 73,166 31,270 22,687 79,141 45,372 26,405

308 850 1,016 139 334 216 584 131,991 8 182 12,885 465 25 28,335 652 120 6,632 655 606 31 539 1,071 29,194 83 382 518 100 486 494 531 1,574 323 509 402 14,839 620 708 488 1,098 43,996 560 255 21 5,401 276 73 311 175 86 121 1,586 772 586 249

2,767 14,608 11,984 13,895 11,862 6,678 21,720 24,888 1,501 11,904 6,435 7,866 6,068 23,350 24,823 4,228 15,013 36,342 4,510 8,839 63,359 72,978 4,736 16,800 3,574 8,555 12,614 1,209 3,577 5,396 9,572 16,848 33,553 20,122 37,689 8,752 21,871 15,482 14,212 9,961 9,477 3,584 11,039 97,620 23,639 17,109 18,055 12,806 41,562 28,227 7,228 16,401 12,197 12,104

67,894 292,935 251,764 264,322 304,142 126,929 439,503 628,317 48,260 251,475 148,265 212,550 145,600 398,652 563,115 123,120 351,070 701,013 85,500 242,737 1,388,704 1,472,110 134,185 497,254 72,530 182,847 373,925 27,130 95,443 110,742 146,739 403,604 689,481 326,291 802,863 236,943 413,506 356,723 418,358 306,398 210,804 74,640 244,887 1,805,619 539,695 217,605 389,604 354,126 812,673 612,852 144,650 345,745 246,512 370,034

139,450 41,229 54,930 85,935 256,460 96,507 129,985 51,410 105,775 37,135 80,030 106,145 125,390 60,627 504,750 35,200 39,842 1,200 235,475 56,380 98,485 119,040 175,187 68,791 62,440 214,130 41,185 90,170 6,000 46,300 320,965 104,700 129,045 242,505 324,335 201,220 45,000 88,565 142,645

3,640 84,300 52,865 37,490 19,648 9,670 20,949 56,913 4,200 17,875 5,894 12,300 8,570 88,681 13,735 26,500 30,788 47,525 13,505 5,610 281,579 40,449 9,190 9,200 2,980 6,554 81,379 2,360 60,181 3,495 5,411 16,636 13,918 134,477 37,409 52,438 19,620 8,714 64,981 9,878 43,384 1,735 7,465 390,580 26,045 5,726 126,810 85,039 257,801 72,948 8,260 15,820 6,005 5,740

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Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary revenue Federal sources Geographic area Compensatory (Title I) State sources

Enrollment TEXAS--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Laredo.............................................................. Leander............................................................ Lewisville.......................................................... Lubbock............................................................ Magnolia........................................................... Mansfield.......................................................... McAllen............................................................. McKinney.......................................................... Mesquite........................................................... Midland............................................................. Mission Consolidated....................................... North East........................................................ Northside.......................................................... Northwest......................................................... Pasadena......................................................... Pearland........................................................... Pflugerville........................................................ Pharr-San Juan-Alamo..................................... Plano................................................................ Richardson....................................................... Rockwall........................................................... Round Rock...................................................... San Angelo....................................................... San Antonio...................................................... San Benito Consolidated.................................. San Felipe-Del Rio Consolidated..................... Socorro............................................................. Southwest......................................................... Spring............................................................... Spring Branch................................................... Tyler................................................................. United............................................................... Victoria............................................................. Waco................................................................ Weslaco............................................................ Wichita Falls..................................................... Ysleta............................................................... UTAH Independent Schools: Alpine............................................................... Box Elder County............................................. Cache County................................................... Davis County.................................................... Granite.............................................................. Jordan.............................................................. Nebo................................................................. Ogden............................................................... Provo................................................................ Salt Lake City................................................... Tooele County.................................................. Washington County.......................................... Weber County.................................................. VIRGINIA Dependent Schools: Albemarle County............................................. Alexandria........................................................ Arlington County............................................... Augusta County................................................ Bedford County................................................ Chesapeake..................................................... Chesterfield County.......................................... Fairfax County.................................................. Fauquier County............................................... Frederick County.............................................. Hampton........................................................... Hanover County...............................................

1

Total

Total

Special Education

Child nutrition

Other and nonspecified

Total

Formula Assistance

Special Education

24,885 24,333 49,060 28,696 10,531 28,015 24,570 21,289 36,002 20,922 15,462 61,255 82,587 10,388 49,851 16,244 19,811 28,868 52,997 34,042 12,517 39,211 14,916 55,406 10,694 10,195 38,357 10,458 32,255 32,160 18,040 37,807 13,838 15,430 15,933 14,707 45,242

269,207 241,581 467,179 253,580 96,067 254,306 212,988 216,701 310,213 177,820 142,273 581,418 731,923 165,566 434,863 139,429 172,944 268,760 648,715 368,729 118,017 386,899 118,334 543,509 102,998 87,455 350,966 103,209 288,640 337,260 160,228 341,255 112,928 134,019 148,735 120,142 367,019

43,304 8,842 23,471 36,548 5,241 9,796 29,442 9,233 20,459 19,931 22,120 32,159 55,227 3,860 45,102 6,186 8,997 41,567 20,962 26,895 4,460 20,266 15,832 97,844 20,172 14,225 36,063 12,618 19,905 33,386 19,521 38,704 13,799 22,594 26,882 16,148 51,557

15,715 1,088 1,841 9,591 947 9,060 1,467 3,874 5,363 8,296 5,523 11,723 786 11,759 749 443 15,278 2,213 5,908 635 2,164 3,810 32,086 5,973 4,933 10,313 4,425 2,065 8,632 4,854 10,274 3,685 7,383 11,650 3,089 17,734

3,688 3,333 7,677 5,541 3,790 5,154 2,847 3,986 2,102 10,551 14,915 1,382 11,895 2,955 2,631 2,804 8,950 7,676 1,628 7,749 2,933 12,745 2,071 1,928 6,505 2,149 6,512 6,393 3,310 5,637 2,356 2,911 2,993 2,811 8,552

10,961 2,172 4,814 8,092 1,795 3,516 8,275 2,387 7,028 5,048 8,385 10,027 16,066 1,023 14,232 1,556 3,849 14,689 4,688 6,929 1,230 4,622 3,027 23,689 5,303 3,039 10,870 4,022 8,781 9,096 5,497 13,779 3,345 5,839 7,824 3,766 12,372

12,940 2,249 9,139 13,324 3,446 1,543 6,953 2,532 9,557 5,534 3,337 6,058 12,523 669 7,216 926 2,074 8,796 5,111 6,382 967 5,731 6,062 29,324 6,825 4,325 8,375 2,022 2,547 9,265 5,860 9,014 4,413 6,461 4,415 6,482 12,899

172,495 55,178 78,815 88,068 45,748 100,590 98,538 48,927 162,087 50,062 93,936 142,591 268,708 16,482 218,762 40,031 51,992 172,024 90,684 66,881 22,104 60,061 59,780 269,268 70,468 54,191 224,856 65,389 127,455 59,562 42,410 174,426 41,535 59,164 97,549 45,944 220,324

140,940 44,961 59,436 70,813 37,003 76,355 82,789 40,958 130,063 38,484 81,084 115,370 212,527 12,400 183,003 32,906 40,480 149,754 65,482 50,829 17,150 43,800 52,720 214,822 59,707 46,604 185,072 55,502 102,739 38,716 34,949 148,426 33,532 49,101 86,716 36,982 186,945

-

56,460 10,635 13,557 62,193 67,502 78,299 25,602 12,457 13,208 24,314 11,937 24,357 29,095

359,176 75,155 89,950 418,693 448,235 552,931 176,167 102,836 95,970 221,602 86,872 172,059 190,369

31,146 7,814 6,474 34,790 49,274 39,461 14,188 16,517 11,225 29,946 5,966 13,699 15,299

4,001 885 787 2,754 9,689 4,457 169 3,368 1,848 4,878 823 3,554 1,193

8,455 2,530 2,418 10,490 12,116 12,923 4,244 2,776 3,394 5,731 1,854 3,937 4,668

6,865 1,511 1,766 8,389 12,110 8,723 3,408 4,542 2,630 8,194 2,155 3,277 4,472

11,825 2,888 1,503 13,157 15,359 13,358 6,367 5,831 3,353 11,143 1,134 2,931 4,966

218,534 45,496 59,428 250,917 254,021 286,699 108,612 53,671 52,642 78,209 52,724 85,872 120,097

116,526 23,471 29,809 133,481 133,666 154,836 55,123 25,478 25,290 27,653 44,334 61,446

16,025 4,160 5,122 19,643 27,844 23,937 10,074 5,218 5,373 10,424 4,572 7,476 12,140

12,735 10,334 18,456 11,105 11,146 39,763 58,455 163,952 11,132 12,605 22,265 19,201

168,779 195,268 403,804 112,073 122,163 446,904 598,918 2,255,060 130,833 144,532 229,410 185,316

6,421 11,086 15,233 7,458 6,348 24,361 25,246 83,635 4,946 5,409 20,742 7,243

1,582 3,434 3,490 1,193 1,744 5,715 4,188 15,840 751 1,053 6,643 819

2,180 2,763 5,036 1,800 1,880 8,088 10,842 29,763 2,371 2,230 4,426 3,297

1,180 2,353 2,915 1,485 1,580 4,660 4,288 15,204 914 1,239 4,865 964

1,479 2,536 3,792 2,980 1,144 5,898 5,928 22,828 910 887 4,808 2,163

45,532 30,634 47,795 58,995 49,620 217,683 279,457 450,412 37,375 60,787 136,773 82,752

35,698 21,022 34,828 46,173 39,789 167,241 225,741 363,342 30,049 47,258 104,532 67,843

3,627 2,351 3,003 3,313 2,667 21,215 18,822 24,253 2,070 5,309 10,301 5,345

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Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary revenue--Con. State sources--Con. Geographic area Parent government contributions From cities and counties From other school systems Local sources

Transportation TEXAS--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Laredo.............................................................. Leander............................................................ Lewisville.......................................................... Lubbock............................................................ Magnolia........................................................... Mansfield.......................................................... McAllen............................................................. McKinney.......................................................... Mesquite........................................................... Midland............................................................. Mission Consolidated....................................... North East........................................................ Northside.......................................................... Northwest......................................................... Pasadena......................................................... Pearland........................................................... Pflugerville........................................................ Pharr-San Juan-Alamo..................................... Plano................................................................ Richardson....................................................... Rockwall........................................................... Round Rock...................................................... San Angelo....................................................... San Antonio...................................................... San Benito Consolidated.................................. San Felipe-Del Rio Consolidated..................... Socorro............................................................. Southwest......................................................... Spring............................................................... Spring Branch................................................... Tyler................................................................. United............................................................... Victoria............................................................. Waco................................................................ Weslaco............................................................ Wichita Falls..................................................... Ysleta............................................................... UTAH--Con. Independent Schools: Alpine............................................................... Box Elder County............................................. Cache County................................................... Davis County.................................................... Granite.............................................................. Jordan.............................................................. Nebo................................................................. Ogden............................................................... Provo................................................................ Salt Lake City................................................... Tooele County.................................................. Washington County.......................................... Weber County.................................................. VIRGINIA--Con. Dependent Schools: Albemarle County............................................. Alexandria........................................................ Arlington County............................................... Augusta County................................................ Bedford County................................................ Chesapeake..................................................... Chesterfield County.......................................... Fairfax County.................................................. Fauquier County............................................... Frederick County.............................................. Hampton........................................................... Hanover County...............................................

Other and nonspecified

Total

Total taxes

Property taxes only

Charges

Other

-

31,555 10,217 19,379 17,255 8,745 24,235 15,749 7,969 32,024 11,578 12,852 27,221 56,181 4,082 35,759 7,125 11,512 22,270 25,202 16,052 4,954 16,261 7,060 54,446 10,761 7,587 39,784 9,887 24,716 20,846 7,461 26,000 8,003 10,063 10,833 8,962 33,379

53,408 177,561 364,893 128,964 45,078 143,920 85,008 158,541 127,667 107,827 26,217 406,668 407,988 145,224 170,999 93,212 111,955 55,169 537,069 274,953 91,453 306,572 42,722 176,397 12,358 19,039 90,047 25,202 141,280 244,312 98,297 128,125 57,594 52,261 24,304 58,050 95,138

28,218 150,624 322,220 115,202 39,127 116,213 72,940 137,780 106,497 98,349 18,476 366,036 362,017 128,676 141,933 80,295 98,219 40,102 485,002 254,627 81,206 269,981 36,726 149,493 9,865 14,417 72,435 16,334 122,752 224,074 88,829 114,103 50,859 46,731 17,772 50,048 74,753

28,218 150,624 322,220 115,202 39,127 116,213 72,940 137,780 106,497 98,349 18,476 366,036 362,017 128,676 141,933 80,295 98,219 40,102 485,002 254,627 81,206 269,981 36,726 149,493 9,865 14,417 72,435 16,334 122,752 224,074 88,829 114,103 50,859 46,731 17,772 50,048 74,753

-

7,940 93 452 337 2 336 7 108 38 47 36 297 177 1 42 259 7 69 137 26 18 5

329 1 264 4 128 230 104 28 29 -

654 8,520 21,925 4,931 3,076 14,119 3,627 9,401 11,222 4,175 2,044 20,463 20,726 5,298 9,629 4,376 5,515 694 27,148 8,935 4,871 14,097 2,634 4,106 588 1,066 3,996 1,182 10,065 6,378 3,500 4,054 3,680 2,048 1,576 3,597 3,639

16,596 18,324 20,296 8,502 2,538 13,588 8,441 11,360 9,948 5,301 5,697 19,832 24,981 11,239 19,329 8,503 8,174 14,337 24,494 11,391 5,376 22,317 3,361 22,798 1,863 3,297 13,379 7,686 8,394 13,723 5,838 9,968 3,055 3,482 4,910 4,376 16,741

5,938 2,357 3,402 5,428 5,592 7,855 3,214 810 1,355 2,729 1,624 3,360 3,707

80,045 15,508 21,095 92,365 86,919 100,071 40,201 22,165 20,624 65,056 18,875 30,702 42,804

109,496 21,845 24,048 132,986 144,940 226,771 53,367 32,648 32,103 113,447 28,182 72,488 54,973

88,099 15,847 17,652 98,061 121,739 184,401 43,672 22,833 26,614 98,981 22,499 62,796 40,898

88,099 15,847 17,652 98,061 121,739 184,401 43,672 22,833 26,614 98,981 22,499 62,796 40,898

-

-

1,121 733 52 35 96 -

8,318 2,195 2,552 10,179 8,014 14,062 3,245 848 1,439 4,439 2,130 3,136 4,747

13,079 3,803 2,723 24,746 14,454 28,308 6,398 8,967 4,015 9,931 3,553 6,556 9,328

-

6,207 7,261 9,964 9,509 7,164 29,227 34,894 62,817 5,256 8,220 21,940 9,564

116,826 153,548 340,776 45,620 66,195 204,860 294,215 1,721,013 88,512 78,336 71,895 95,321

-

-

103,205 150,719 326,496 36,206 55,404 186,687 263,726 1,579,920 83,961 70,531 62,211 86,514

-

4,710 6 1,772 5,588 6,889 9,074 2,949 36,039 439 3,219 3,500 632

7,021 2,245 10,503 2,729 2,908 8,244 16,182 59,010 3,331 3,539 3,506 6,507

1,890 578 2,005 1,097 994 855 11,358 46,044 781 1,047 2,678 1,668

See footnotes at end of table. Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems 68 U.S. Census Bureau

Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary expenditure Current spending Geographic area For selected objects Instruction Salaries and wages Employee benefits Salaries and wages Employee benefits For selected functions Support services Pupil support Staff support

Total TEXAS--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Laredo.............................................................. Leander............................................................ Lewisville.......................................................... Lubbock............................................................ Magnolia........................................................... Mansfield.......................................................... McAllen............................................................. McKinney.......................................................... Mesquite........................................................... Midland............................................................. Mission Consolidated....................................... North East........................................................ Northside.......................................................... Northwest......................................................... Pasadena......................................................... Pearland........................................................... Pflugerville........................................................ Pharr-San Juan-Alamo..................................... Plano................................................................ Richardson....................................................... Rockwall........................................................... Round Rock...................................................... San Angelo....................................................... San Antonio...................................................... San Benito Consolidated.................................. San Felipe-Del Rio Consolidated..................... Socorro............................................................. Southwest......................................................... Spring............................................................... Spring Branch................................................... Tyler................................................................. United............................................................... Victoria............................................................. Waco................................................................ Weslaco............................................................ Wichita Falls..................................................... Ysleta............................................................... UTAH--Con. Independent Schools: Alpine............................................................... Box Elder County............................................. Cache County................................................... Davis County.................................................... Granite.............................................................. Jordan.............................................................. Nebo................................................................. Ogden............................................................... Provo................................................................ Salt Lake City................................................... Tooele County.................................................. Washington County.......................................... Weber County.................................................. VIRGINIA--Con. Dependent Schools: Albemarle County............................................. Alexandria........................................................ Arlington County............................................... Augusta County................................................ Bedford County................................................ Chesapeake..................................................... Chesterfield County.......................................... Fairfax County.................................................. Fauquier County............................................... Frederick County.............................................. Hampton........................................................... Hanover County...............................................

Total

Total2

Total

271,086 323,487 497,236 267,811 98,605 254,898 267,458 241,728 300,481 166,715 132,960 652,502 839,960 161,729 481,946 198,972 169,224 286,733 676,455 376,858 150,477 334,451 112,557 536,456 104,065 79,700 348,529 103,051 312,769 322,637 192,766 335,146 107,991 132,633 153,558 119,695 446,892

215,227 182,978 367,634 229,953 80,299 177,342 196,698 155,931 252,540 156,295 120,669 475,285 609,223 81,586 360,566 106,245 138,294 236,269 417,006 269,495 91,944 289,272 104,452 475,563 90,355 74,877 297,716 80,060 235,357 271,185 140,902 283,125 103,587 128,207 136,332 109,810 343,140

151,533 128,356 249,928 142,226 53,278 126,772 138,736 102,346 171,940 107,170 80,226 338,597 446,203 49,928 252,149 72,753 91,454 147,552 293,031 195,941 60,532 199,929 70,893 324,443 55,733 50,240 193,385 55,346 168,487 191,337 94,770 196,019 68,433 79,866 93,234 73,642 234,186

23,604 19,081 41,417 28,097 8,465 19,418 27,661 12,694 28,638 20,063 15,833 60,340 74,634 7,200 32,987 9,864 14,297 44,632 47,510 31,222 11,696 37,615 13,290 76,587 9,748 9,508 44,327 8,522 22,332 32,679 13,148 36,528 12,943 14,031 19,077 12,348 50,361

127,489 108,922 230,795 137,908 49,430 107,997 117,570 94,932 156,651 94,332 70,709 296,492 365,937 47,671 213,254 58,597 83,763 139,685 265,184 173,821 54,135 177,392 63,998 269,004 49,253 45,146 182,981 46,773 141,133 166,291 85,927 162,907 61,199 70,044 77,598 66,247 205,227

97,995 87,285 184,841 103,155 38,635 87,993 92,050 76,250 119,354 73,528 51,921 234,548 297,012 37,118 170,930 47,456 66,693 98,381 214,815 140,495 40,862 138,838 48,850 203,904 35,642 33,570 133,670 36,236 113,515 132,441 66,114 123,796 45,662 52,559 59,444 52,506 155,639

13,997 12,447 30,064 20,128 6,139 12,723 16,698 9,650 19,921 12,678 9,195 39,982 46,097 5,354 21,287 6,403 10,338 25,536 34,611 21,275 7,194 24,775 8,525 45,782 5,911 5,656 28,112 5,229 15,231 21,671 9,045 21,322 8,205 8,796 11,063 8,653 30,306

74,768 65,128 116,438 76,790 26,848 61,444 67,147 51,696 83,554 52,636 41,616 157,745 207,206 29,933 123,657 43,136 46,714 80,743 129,385 83,863 33,662 96,616 34,816 168,548 32,798 25,036 97,179 27,962 79,664 88,402 47,449 101,701 35,942 49,253 48,433 37,735 119,820

12,697 8,454 18,948 12,779 3,141 8,985 13,390 6,437 11,604 6,412 8,067 26,959 29,736 3,461 15,481 4,593 6,344 12,401 20,410 14,367 4,414 13,707 6,183 26,977 4,724 3,535 13,969 4,099 10,953 13,438 6,844 15,420 5,680 5,890 8,605 6,496 18,088

13,495 11,318 15,325 13,261 2,432 6,066 11,749 7,377 12,122 7,778 7,273 28,117 39,115 4,795 18,095 5,671 7,101 15,280 21,743 12,131 4,915 14,418 4,948 41,030 6,151 4,603 15,800 4,877 9,314 14,947 8,722 11,938 6,039 8,831 9,923 7,801 20,526

332,299 65,262 90,099 450,639 426,419 491,361 202,032 109,032 105,452 213,931 86,758 202,985 190,640

289,906 62,403 77,871 358,003 382,930 411,250 138,920 85,715 83,845 178,334 66,815 133,291 161,640

166,206 34,821 44,826 212,211 234,010 244,017 81,449 46,948 47,482 104,756 37,473 77,663 98,072

81,387 14,985 20,359 82,411 93,239 101,561 34,460 21,377 22,935 35,222 16,445 34,220 38,600

190,210 36,798 49,061 217,900 238,607 250,221 84,210 46,513 56,939 102,716 40,716 83,990 105,572

121,055 23,725 31,250 148,663 162,076 162,351 54,699 30,363 35,011 72,380 26,114 54,873 68,794

56,832 10,646 13,784 55,122 64,757 73,455 23,459 12,451 18,163 23,584 12,048 24,106 26,741

78,654 17,982 22,894 102,758 112,931 126,113 43,901 31,860 17,505 51,128 19,944 39,660 44,263

8,175 1,952 1,620 11,695 16,986 11,150 7,053 5,379 3,209 5,417 2,274 5,522 5,399

13,511 1,225 2,983 14,435 19,382 24,093 5,067 8,404 2,049 12,895 1,845 4,967 2,398

171,285 202,907 430,075 137,485 116,842 456,128 580,634 2,343,558 120,500 152,946 227,071 191,491

142,935 191,311 352,595 96,087 89,856 398,491 484,823 2,104,045 114,962 122,253 216,365 161,284

92,468 123,285 230,842 60,847 57,160 253,253 301,016 1,374,733 74,685 80,767 136,574 107,420

32,545 42,977 81,595 21,717 19,273 102,066 112,273 470,903 24,683 26,206 43,785 34,989

82,348 111,291 199,345 63,240 54,594 250,487 303,257 1,266,055 75,374 74,926 127,189 109,461

58,970 80,874 141,825 43,452 38,029 171,311 206,320 890,093 52,584 53,363 87,969 77,309

19,016 25,468 49,073 15,188 12,828 65,825 81,099 306,069 17,510 16,989 27,528 25,730

54,583 74,119 125,757 28,370 30,958 135,355 164,237 703,839 35,512 42,976 79,855 44,044

6,441 11,851 19,204 4,026 4,036 16,605 19,717 113,597 5,951 6,986 11,965 6,913

9,910 16,864 31,734 3,785 6,985 27,373 22,175 133,259 4,758 7,427 14,822 6,236

See footnotes at end of table. Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems 69 U.S. Census Bureau

Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary expenditure--Con. Current spending--Con. Geographic area For selected functions--Con. Support services--Con. General School adminisadminisOther and tration tration nonspecified Other current spending Total long-term debt outstanding at end of fiscal year Long-term debt issued during fiscal year Long-term debt retired during fiscal year Indebtedness

Capital Interoutlay governmental

Interest on debt

TEXAS--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Laredo.............................................................. Leander............................................................ Lewisville.......................................................... Lubbock............................................................ Magnolia........................................................... Mansfield.......................................................... McAllen............................................................. McKinney.......................................................... Mesquite........................................................... Midland............................................................. Mission Consolidated....................................... North East........................................................ Northside.......................................................... Northwest......................................................... Pasadena......................................................... Pearland........................................................... Pflugerville........................................................ Pharr-San Juan-Alamo..................................... Plano................................................................ Richardson....................................................... Rockwall........................................................... Round Rock...................................................... San Angelo....................................................... San Antonio...................................................... San Benito Consolidated.................................. San Felipe-Del Rio Consolidated..................... Socorro............................................................. Southwest......................................................... Spring............................................................... Spring Branch................................................... Tyler................................................................. United............................................................... Victoria............................................................. Waco................................................................ Weslaco............................................................ Wichita Falls..................................................... Ysleta............................................................... UTAH--Con. Independent Schools: Alpine............................................................... Box Elder County............................................. Cache County................................................... Davis County.................................................... Granite.............................................................. Jordan.............................................................. Nebo................................................................. Ogden............................................................... Provo................................................................ Salt Lake City................................................... Tooele County.................................................. Washington County.......................................... Weber County.................................................. VIRGINIA--Con. Dependent Schools: Albemarle County............................................. Alexandria........................................................ Arlington County............................................... Augusta County................................................ Bedford County................................................ Chesapeake..................................................... Chesterfield County.......................................... Fairfax County.................................................. Fauquier County............................................... Frederick County.............................................. Hampton........................................................... Hanover County...............................................

1,752 2,500 3,894 2,095 1,035 1,353 1,561 1,457 2,006 1,597 963 3,941 3,988 1,795 2,607 1,145 966 1,899 3,684 1,766 1,324 3,213 1,239 2,250 792 986 1,908 602 1,980 3,399 1,826 3,322 1,164 1,287 1,000 1,054 2,778

11,268 9,291 21,822 13,711 3,622 14,036 10,260 9,309 13,958 8,653 5,950 26,654 30,437 3,280 24,062 5,902 8,174 10,707 20,070 17,412 4,864 15,326 5,338 26,621 4,358 3,433 14,582 4,418 14,626 16,128 8,626 17,155 4,935 8,123 5,572 5,716 21,524

35,556 33,565 56,449 34,944 16,618 31,004 30,187 27,116 43,864 28,196 19,363 72,074 103,930 16,602 63,412 25,825 24,129 40,456 63,478 38,187 18,145 49,952 17,108 71,670 16,773 12,479 50,920 13,966 42,791 40,490 21,431 53,866 18,124 25,122 23,333 16,668 56,904

12,970 8,928 20,401 15,255 4,021 7,901 11,981 9,303 12,335 9,327 8,344 21,048 36,080 3,982 23,655 4,512 7,817 15,841 22,437 11,811 4,147 15,264 5,638 38,011 8,304 4,695 17,556 5,325 14,560 16,492 7,526 18,517 6,446 8,910 10,301 5,828 18,093

41,766 122,133 84,777 30,393 8,984 48,561 64,189 65,848 29,395 4,867 6,212 135,191 180,109 25,590 96,516 78,471 15,865 42,501 97,622 48,335 47,979 18,655 6,618 35,493 9,458 2,394 29,027 18,455 48,155 14,324 47,075 38,784 2,229 1,008 14,175 8,884 87,305

154 878 2,008 139 324 391 831 555 378 662 834 548 1,971 35,685 709 730 743 343 125,827 38,196 130 495 192 1,217 303 326 314 428 1,436 19,269 277 403 169 680 432 154 271

13,939 17,498 42,817 7,326 8,998 28,604 5,740 19,394 18,168 4,891 5,245 41,478 48,657 18,868 24,155 13,526 14,322 7,620 36,000 20,832 10,424 26,029 1,295 24,183 3,949 2,103 21,472 4,108 27,821 17,859 4,512 12,834 2,006 2,738 2,619 847 16,176

321,951 696,345 722,827 141,177 180,343 635,337 126,876 436,328 465,110 139,641 112,560 1,321,462 1,190,445 380,948 484,611 346,248 282,400 204,760 822,939 437,700 279,980 404,939 25,195 495,830 82,195 45,785 359,513 118,170 539,955 364,273 115,390 302,247 125,976 54,455 59,714 77,360 282,872

56,950 116,680 257,968 73,130 119,420 52,695 99,285 37,035 56,615 735,386 274,155 202,680 185,000 111,680 40,000 202,040 200,775 68,690 84,000 103,100 47,610 21,915 70,685 62,000 84,000 163,040 43,355 7,935 99,841 4,695 26,650 58,833 104,670

10,731 37,643 178,293 8,874 65,287 57,327 1,145 16,152 44,638 4,465 3,160 287,428 89,430 113,171 16,479 35,080 9,950 109,760 170,721 54,108 9,160 20,971 1,848 62,910 3,700 2,320 12,442 2,310 11,386 176,745 6,455 22,080 3,081 9,460 4,711 3,638 15,237

1,147 672 461 3,253 2,903 2,526 1,126 440 1,489 613 533 515 5,380

17,228 3,805 4,215 20,510 22,361 25,751 8,360 5,109 4,486 8,659 4,075 9,462 10,317

38,593 10,328 13,615 52,865 51,299 62,593 22,295 12,528 6,272 23,544 11,217 19,194 20,769

21,042 7,623 5,916 37,345 31,392 34,916 10,809 7,342 9,401 24,490 6,155 9,641 11,805

30,006 2,689 9,126 79,744 43,489 72,367 55,401 21,528 19,600 28,865 16,274 61,758 25,410

170 178 174 29 82 178 -

12,387 3,102 12,892 7,566 7,537 1,760 1,925 6,732 3,669 7,758 3,590

334,944 74,549 247,485 158,290 160,736 57,950 64,093 153,930 85,601 234,821 80,184

111,822 10,110 47,000 15,115 30,631 60,000 43,464 21,440 60,251 22,906

55,461 3,345 22,880 27,512 12,125 2,050 10,950 10,215 6,438 17,502 4,080

3,337 5,621 8,486 1,006 384 3,348 4,114 14,430 1,031 887 4,611 2,316

9,339 9,214 16,009 5,975 5,410 22,782 31,808 127,707 6,416 8,431 12,346 7,050

25,556 30,569 50,324 13,578 14,143 65,247 86,423 314,846 17,356 19,245 36,111 21,529

6,004 5,901 27,493 4,477 4,304 12,649 17,329 134,151 4,076 4,351 9,321 7,779

21,001 6,292 65,724 34,150 23,060 42,229 77,513 180,915 2,428 22,702 9,837 23,649

3,146 1,526 1,038 5,243 252 8,678 4,470 320 247 2,905 869 965

4,203 3,778 10,718 2,005 3,674 6,730 13,828 58,278 2,863 5,086 5,593

95,403 75,568 252,947 66,982 41,383 145,482 284,749 1,295,047 25,645 103,029 10,684 141,503

16,285 16,630 26,610 28,080 78,443 129,490 10,200 24,105

7,329 16,252 3,581 3,643 17,190 40,706 3,015 8,462 10,064

See footnotes at end of table. Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems 70 U.S. Census Bureau

Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary revenue Federal sources Geographic area Compensatory (Title I) State sources

Enrollment VIRGINIA--Con. Dependent Schools--Con. Henrico County................................................. Loudoun County............................................... Newport News.................................................. Norfolk.............................................................. Portsmouth....................................................... Prince William County...................................... Richmond......................................................... Roanoke........................................................... Roanoke County............................................... Rockingham County......................................... Spotsylvania County......................................... Stafford County................................................ Suffolk.............................................................. Virginia Beach.................................................. Williamsburg-James City County..................... York County...................................................... WASHINGTON Independent Schools: Auburn.............................................................. Battle Ground................................................... Bellevue............................................................ Bellingham........................................................ Bethel............................................................... Central Kitsap................................................... Central Valley................................................... Clover Park....................................................... Edmonds.......................................................... Everett.............................................................. Evergreen......................................................... Federal Way..................................................... Highline............................................................ Issaquah........................................................... Kennewick........................................................ Kent.................................................................. Lake Washington.............................................. Marysville......................................................... Mukilteo............................................................ North Thurston................................................. Northshore........................................................ Pasco............................................................... Puyallup............................................................ Renton.............................................................. Richland........................................................... Seattle.............................................................. South Kitsap..................................................... Spokane........................................................... Tacoma............................................................ Vancouver........................................................ Yakima............................................................. WEST VIRGINIA Independent Schools: Berkeley County............................................... Cabell County................................................... Harrison County............................................... Kanawha County.............................................. Monongalia County.......................................... Raleigh County................................................. Wood County.................................................... WISCONSIN Independent Schools: Appleton Area................................................... Eau Claire Area................................................ Green Bay........................................................ Janesville.......................................................... Kenosha........................................................... Madison............................................................

1

Total

Total

Special Education

Child nutrition

Other and nonspecified

Total

Formula Assistance

Special Education

47,680 50,383 32,373 35,610 15,441 70,948 24,225 13,227 14,884 11,879 24,140 26,508 13,987 72,538 10,107 12,670

467,012 684,499 346,937 380,775 179,262 847,608 321,967 163,516 156,614 128,573 252,901 255,798 151,229 807,157 114,046 122,646

25,324 9,462 32,188 50,421 24,533 35,176 43,097 13,687 6,499 7,363 10,103 12,911 10,614 61,259 4,275 13,922

4,721 404 9,966 19,356 10,836 8,011 14,696 2,679 1,089 1,560 1,667 1,006 3,534 11,320 814 386

10,343 2,628 7,715 6,622 4,891 11,037 6,627 3,389 2,993 2,787 4,451 4,188 2,445 16,181 1,746 1,464

4,821 2,453 7,510 9,515 3,868 8,939 7,606 3,662 1,178 1,824 2,279 2,338 2,552 8,693 1,117 1,124

5,439 3,977 6,997 14,928 4,938 7,189 14,168 3,957 1,239 1,192 1,706 5,379 2,083 25,065 598 10,948

214,579 155,380 194,608 206,073 98,126 347,986 135,434 75,801 72,820 61,182 121,788 127,685 76,081 375,553 3,465 59,840

171,492 125,391 140,822 149,192 71,383 271,939 91,137 53,956 57,992 47,541 97,956 105,364 59,389 295,780 1,478 49,874

15,001 7,573 15,369 19,188 8,958 27,458 15,626 6,373 5,112 4,050 7,719 6,367 5,516 30,907 1,058 3,152

14,519 13,103 16,722 10,714 18,003 12,324 12,033 11,849 21,030 18,890 25,210 22,759 17,359 16,298 14,978 27,234 23,799 11,896 14,484 13,501 20,252 12,660 21,018 13,565 10,135 46,113 10,614 30,181 30,124 22,421 14,298

140,472 119,019 189,846 101,595 174,726 121,817 109,011 130,048 221,685 199,004 231,252 199,532 207,485 171,136 135,532 250,524 245,154 113,410 146,201 125,752 215,417 113,953 228,595 149,747 120,752 584,533 86,365 305,577 360,867 211,247 141,011

8,470 5,482 8,150 6,883 10,525 19,669 5,935 26,356 11,543 11,658 14,147 14,561 15,997 4,508 9,398 15,712 8,654 7,243 9,001 8,958 7,694 11,783 7,793 9,963 6,345 47,188 6,507 32,877 37,088 18,797 22,951

1,690 827 1,162 1,642 2,242 1,192 1,338 4,266 2,641 3,147 3,445 3,492 4,843 494 2,567 3,021 1,329 1,291 2,115 1,463 1,107 3,666 1,126 2,501 934 13,939 1,392 10,696 12,262 7,437 9,233

2,346 2,481 3,730 2,350 3,574 2,777 2,078 2,693 4,234 3,942 4,500 4,403 3,500 2,781 2,621 5,269 4,214 2,606 2,592 2,586 3,987 2,133 3,751 2,809 2,107 10,627 2,396 6,237 7,342 4,674 3,417

2,329 1,160 1,339 1,468 2,581 1,179 1,406 2,670 2,213 2,339 3,096 3,601 3,665 411 2,445 4,188 1,174 1,384 2,228 1,729 1,027 3,426 1,395 2,189 1,003 7,221 1,158 6,188 6,798 3,618 4,479

2,105 1,014 1,919 1,423 2,128 14,521 1,113 16,727 2,455 2,230 3,106 3,065 3,989 822 1,765 3,234 1,937 1,962 2,066 3,180 1,573 2,558 1,521 2,464 2,301 15,401 1,561 9,756 10,686 3,068 5,822

81,643 95,175 91,755 58,907 118,489 74,257 73,130 72,910 118,225 114,211 151,321 128,151 102,864 87,765 96,473 151,064 135,384 71,107 84,854 77,705 117,998 78,740 149,051 80,782 86,854 281,530 61,811 190,841 191,385 132,742 96,138

63,207 56,740 70,896 46,397 78,782 55,139 54,374 49,096 91,600 84,929 111,916 95,021 76,139 69,147 67,333 116,768 103,773 53,000 65,916 59,489 91,796 52,990 97,221 58,543 43,782 203,605 46,288 134,353 129,966 97,627 63,649

6,038 6,401 7,326 5,475 9,344 7,053 6,006 7,373 11,002 10,341 12,582 11,523 8,049 6,326 7,315 12,395 10,662 6,516 7,096 6,859 11,038 6,137 10,294 6,775 5,219 24,934 5,615 15,802 15,638 11,207 7,664

16,322 12,302 11,279 28,104 10,098 11,930 13,554

166,108 140,801 114,362 296,240 110,717 124,450 141,432

15,130 17,278 11,285 36,028 11,724 14,325 16,607

3,686 6,046 3,512 10,765 1,914 4,448 5,276

-

2,986 2,945 2,335 6,918 1,645 2,740 2,434

8,458 8,287 5,438 18,345 8,165 7,137 8,897

90,254 71,936 65,448 155,328 51,224 71,290 79,399

51,973 43,459 39,094 85,348 28,469 42,272 48,270

374 281 212 475 196 312 284

15,243 10,861 20,070 10,555 22,482 24,755

163,502 125,614 227,218 112,854 246,485 331,946

9,010 6,594 15,932 6,187 16,291 19,245

1,638 1,663 4,321 1,262 5,574 4,107

3,230 1,992 4,716 2,123 4,343 5,456

1,749 1,392 3,983 1,296 3,259 4,378

2,393 1,547 2,912 1,506 3,115 5,304

91,974 64,703 135,336 72,508 147,061 82,808

84,432 57,975 119,340 66,489 132,473 56,451

5,109 3,818 10,207 4,119 8,957 16,433

See footnotes at end of table. Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems 71 U.S. Census Bureau

Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary revenue--Con. State sources--Con. Geographic area Parent government contributions From cities and counties From other school systems Local sources

Transportation VIRGINIA--Con. Dependent Schools--Con. Henrico County................................................. Loudoun County............................................... Newport News.................................................. Norfolk.............................................................. Portsmouth....................................................... Prince William County...................................... Richmond......................................................... Roanoke........................................................... Roanoke County............................................... Rockingham County......................................... Spotsylvania County......................................... Stafford County................................................ Suffolk.............................................................. Virginia Beach.................................................. Williamsburg-James City County..................... York County...................................................... WASHINGTON--Con. Independent Schools: Auburn.............................................................. Battle Ground................................................... Bellevue............................................................ Bellingham........................................................ Bethel............................................................... Central Kitsap................................................... Central Valley................................................... Clover Park....................................................... Edmonds.......................................................... Everett.............................................................. Evergreen......................................................... Federal Way..................................................... Highline............................................................ Issaquah........................................................... Kennewick........................................................ Kent.................................................................. Lake Washington.............................................. Marysville......................................................... Mukilteo............................................................ North Thurston................................................. Northshore........................................................ Pasco............................................................... Puyallup............................................................ Renton.............................................................. Richland........................................................... Seattle.............................................................. South Kitsap..................................................... Spokane........................................................... Tacoma............................................................ Vancouver........................................................ Yakima............................................................. WEST VIRGINIA--Con. Independent Schools: Berkeley County............................................... Cabell County................................................... Harrison County............................................... Kanawha County.............................................. Monongalia County.......................................... Raleigh County................................................. Wood County.................................................... WISCONSIN--Con. Independent Schools: Appleton Area................................................... Eau Claire Area................................................ Green Bay........................................................ Janesville.......................................................... Kenosha........................................................... Madison............................................................

Other and nonspecified

Total

Total taxes

Property taxes only

Charges

Other

-

28,086 22,416 38,417 37,693 17,785 48,589 28,671 15,472 9,716 9,591 16,113 15,954 11,176 48,866 929 6,814

227,109 519,657 120,141 124,281 56,603 464,446 143,436 74,028 77,295 60,028 121,010 115,202 64,534 370,345 106,306 48,884

-

-

212,353 488,452 104,735 107,133 46,794 407,247 135,396 66,728 71,122 49,690 107,499 103,832 56,909 332,014 10,493 41,824

-

1,579 1,995 7,815 6,879 4,340 24,033 2,318 4,371 638 5,232 2,200 1,683 4,275 15,124 92,343 2,252

11,690 14,111 6,318 5,503 2,919 19,722 3,279 2,519 4,475 3,027 7,119 7,605 2,682 15,207 2,264 3,950

1,487 15,099 1,273 4,766 2,550 13,444 2,443 410 1,060 2,079 4,192 2,082 668 8,000 1,206 858

2,926 3,782 3,138 1,664 5,026 3,155 2,299 3,516 4,374 3,959 6,175 4,164 3,273 3,521 2,429 4,443 4,842 2,819 2,731 2,656 4,272 2,681 4,676 2,619 2,155 15,488 3,022 5,378 5,362 4,877 2,156

9,472 28,252 10,395 5,371 25,337 8,910 10,451 12,925 11,249 14,982 20,648 17,443 15,403 8,771 19,396 17,458 16,107 8,772 9,111 8,701 10,892 16,932 36,860 12,845 35,698 37,503 6,886 35,308 40,419 19,031 22,669

50,359 18,362 89,941 35,805 45,712 27,891 29,946 30,782 91,917 73,135 65,784 56,820 88,624 78,863 29,661 83,748 101,116 35,060 52,346 39,089 89,725 23,430 71,751 59,002 27,553 255,815 18,047 81,859 132,394 59,708 21,922

39,183 9,197 62,703 27,943 32,113 21,364 23,783 20,654 65,268 57,776 51,328 45,525 50,649 58,235 22,770 67,748 78,167 21,169 44,237 29,858 69,205 19,402 53,275 49,455 19,139 209,375 13,293 62,696 108,906 48,963 17,525

39,118 9,197 62,703 27,943 32,111 21,364 23,783 20,653 65,268 57,776 51,328 45,525 50,649 58,235 22,708 67,748 78,167 21,169 44,237 29,858 69,205 19,402 53,269 49,455 19,139 209,375 13,290 62,696 108,885 48,963 17,525

-

2 33 10 90 47 3 13 37 14 1 9 4 11 1 2 19 1 -

769 250 429 13 177 149 221 1,611 152 45 691 380 61 6 123 139 464 211 794 165 774 630 1,155

4,377 4,157 13,635 3,161 5,087 4,380 4,972 2,231 6,591 5,938 5,929 7,355 4,020 12,656 3,913 8,266 12,471 3,452 4,198 4,250 9,793 1,980 6,849 4,437 3,191 13,616 3,160 8,208 6,122 5,122 1,550

6,028 4,725 13,174 4,678 8,245 1,951 1,188 7,663 18,447 9,384 8,375 3,895 33,264 7,958 2,598 7,672 10,472 10,307 3,907 4,831 10,262 1,837 10,831 5,110 5,223 32,824 1,575 10,789 16,592 4,993 1,692

813 520 509 928 544 720 443

37,094 27,676 25,633 68,577 22,015 27,986 30,402

60,724 51,587 37,629 104,884 47,769 38,835 45,426

50,090 42,156 34,181 93,935 39,747 33,815 36,429

50,090 42,156 34,181 93,935 39,747 33,815 36,429

-

2,523 883 408 52 34 58

1,830 497 136 1,435 -

3,256 1,424 1,172 6,681 5,293 1,140 2,168

3,025 7,124 1,779 3,724 2,677 2,411 6,771

88 232 256 51 294 158

2,345 2,678 5,533 1,849 5,337 9,766

62,518 54,317 75,950 34,159 83,133 229,893

51,028 48,015 69,091 29,184 74,667 209,439

51,028 48,015 69,091 29,184 74,667 209,439

-

1 619 18 12 267 6

5,256 1,159 1,474 1,346 178 3,201

3,931 3,046 3,743 2,248 5,111 9,347

2,302 1,478 1,624 1,369 2,910 7,900

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Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary expenditure Current spending Geographic area For selected objects Instruction Salaries and wages Employee benefits Salaries and wages Employee benefits For selected functions Support services Pupil support Staff support

Total VIRGINIA--Con. Dependent Schools--Con. Henrico County................................................. Loudoun County............................................... Newport News.................................................. Norfolk.............................................................. Portsmouth....................................................... Prince William County...................................... Richmond......................................................... Roanoke........................................................... Roanoke County............................................... Rockingham County......................................... Spotsylvania County......................................... Stafford County................................................ Suffolk.............................................................. Virginia Beach.................................................. Williamsburg-James City County..................... York County...................................................... WASHINGTON--Con. Independent Schools: Auburn.............................................................. Battle Ground................................................... Bellevue............................................................ Bellingham........................................................ Bethel............................................................... Central Kitsap................................................... Central Valley................................................... Clover Park....................................................... Edmonds.......................................................... Everett.............................................................. Evergreen......................................................... Federal Way..................................................... Highline............................................................ Issaquah........................................................... Kennewick........................................................ Kent.................................................................. Lake Washington.............................................. Marysville......................................................... Mukilteo............................................................ North Thurston................................................. Northshore........................................................ Pasco............................................................... Puyallup............................................................ Renton.............................................................. Richland........................................................... Seattle.............................................................. South Kitsap..................................................... Spokane........................................................... Tacoma............................................................ Vancouver........................................................ Yakima............................................................. WEST VIRGINIA--Con. Independent Schools: Berkeley County............................................... Cabell County................................................... Harrison County............................................... Kanawha County.............................................. Monongalia County.......................................... Raleigh County................................................. Wood County.................................................... WISCONSIN--Con. Independent Schools: Appleton Area................................................... Eau Claire Area................................................ Green Bay........................................................ Janesville.......................................................... Kenosha........................................................... Madison............................................................

Total

Total2

Total

481,493 953,281 330,342 386,909 172,335 843,838 323,671 169,415 146,417 129,866 243,582 286,519 141,781 851,435 112,195 134,157

391,079 617,041 307,212 348,616 150,753 712,454 313,464 135,960 128,931 106,833 215,054 235,931 123,489 736,551 104,315 112,081

251,985 399,976 195,908 224,909 93,698 471,125 183,153 87,534 86,917 66,719 138,803 149,989 80,676 464,974 67,339 71,069

89,848 147,966 66,801 70,586 31,702 145,376 66,216 31,688 28,820 24,994 48,267 49,050 25,375 162,037 22,589 24,549

236,634 398,671 185,162 220,751 89,273 416,174 179,051 83,126 83,825 66,860 130,609 146,461 79,078 436,831 65,879 66,563

167,726 273,118 124,127 155,429 61,557 297,487 114,746 58,284 60,986 45,923 94,692 101,585 56,559 309,136 46,711 46,295

58,289 99,512 43,364 48,926 19,937 90,812 40,424 20,591 20,045 16,731 31,258 33,067 17,589 101,467 15,658 16,045

138,302 199,783 107,923 112,392 53,337 270,281 121,617 47,466 39,948 34,872 75,361 80,148 38,594 272,984 35,090 41,277

17,856 29,252 16,449 16,021 6,816 31,461 16,665 7,212 6,765 4,839 10,343 13,429 5,328 30,177 6,432 5,516

29,603 30,664 18,035 21,566 13,514 61,144 33,929 9,410 5,985 4,679 16,176 13,241 4,758 67,020 5,212 5,372

142,526 137,488 222,008 97,648 173,396 111,731 104,084 130,848 215,948 211,982 236,496 187,836 265,852 157,012 126,373 258,561 229,641 120,511 133,770 146,615 232,478 113,801 278,168 142,799 135,069 597,094 84,925 341,663 384,734 204,234 137,462

115,564 86,988 150,071 87,824 142,328 106,410 98,565 113,335 174,875 156,095 202,003 177,771 156,155 128,859 116,623 218,507 190,345 98,175 118,338 108,386 170,757 97,307 168,996 112,383 80,893 465,107 83,514 276,366 281,093 186,283 133,718

74,903 50,424 94,721 57,391 91,103 70,033 64,639 72,264 114,409 101,119 127,878 114,358 99,759 80,974 76,196 132,595 120,955 64,133 77,162 69,575 113,642 60,468 108,546 72,738 48,934 289,924 53,191 178,462 183,121 123,372 80,528

22,324 15,785 29,340 17,583 27,553 21,055 20,705 22,546 35,709 29,750 39,377 36,410 30,646 25,302 24,223 43,412 36,551 18,954 23,125 22,856 33,010 20,797 31,130 21,940 14,875 84,908 16,837 53,544 57,842 37,871 25,783

70,259 51,562 89,540 53,382 81,238 65,188 57,617 63,701 104,837 94,329 121,134 109,459 91,685 76,009 74,297 129,466 118,691 59,155 75,009 66,361 104,134 58,403 101,301 68,507 44,345 261,902 47,364 164,784 165,844 109,850 85,691

49,384 36,339 62,038 37,949 56,556 46,361 41,188 44,137 73,260 68,680 87,168 76,553 63,236 53,071 52,698 87,469 83,825 41,554 53,514 47,205 75,115 40,287 69,762 47,738 31,120 182,261 33,526 118,845 116,778 79,260 55,397

14,473 11,302 18,442 11,120 16,651 13,290 12,681 13,284 22,673 19,899 26,245 24,026 19,035 16,050 15,756 28,025 24,482 11,791 15,688 14,839 21,098 12,678 19,731 14,560 8,828 51,445 9,801 34,335 35,713 23,506 17,294

38,894 30,432 50,562 29,867 53,906 36,138 33,759 44,454 62,422 55,174 71,954 58,953 56,928 43,072 36,197 77,414 60,682 34,146 37,336 36,670 58,194 33,593 59,834 38,052 32,252 186,357 32,366 92,620 103,037 66,814 41,833

7,209 5,222 10,402 6,172 11,620 6,584 7,782 8,212 13,521 14,017 14,122 16,320 12,677 8,520 7,644 15,138 11,837 7,244 7,220 7,027 12,152 7,243 12,147 8,091 5,519 34,913 6,918 17,051 23,257 11,909 8,901

4,494 2,938 5,591 4,660 7,416 5,448 3,975 5,360 8,826 6,860 12,116 4,237 8,719 5,338 5,658 8,876 7,616 3,704 4,949 5,377 8,150 4,706 7,514 5,609 3,228 28,138 3,285 14,594 12,898 10,468 6,519

165,063 130,429 114,693 303,838 127,784 124,606 157,339

156,332 124,035 107,103 287,479 95,530 116,047 135,898

86,726 66,811 59,175 158,163 53,481 64,166 73,925

42,162 33,826 30,680 79,126 27,406 33,638 37,484

89,913 72,577 60,692 163,044 56,095 64,873 79,937

56,476 42,699 35,568 101,104 35,076 40,036 48,764

26,730 21,285 18,283 49,261 17,681 21,449 24,401

55,700 40,915 40,156 95,828 32,962 42,463 47,227

5,665 5,204 4,757 12,140 4,888 5,226 4,171

7,845 7,680 6,355 8,322 3,169 6,789 8,064

164,673 119,071 221,276 109,355 255,479 330,952

153,836 113,613 211,567 103,014 227,433 318,127

82,551 61,936 122,611 59,696 122,162 174,601

43,650 34,178 60,984 27,368 70,854 83,712

98,359 67,842 131,166 63,818 144,313 181,456

63,029 44,202 85,563 43,719 87,083 120,810

29,427 20,570 40,158 17,787 50,817 54,696

49,128 40,202 72,600 35,348 75,821 115,179

7,101 4,235 12,925 6,326 13,600 19,537

6,850 4,348 11,399 4,544 12,067 15,042

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Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary expenditure--Con. Current spending--Con. Geographic area For selected functions--Con. Support services--Con. General School adminisadminisOther and tration tration nonspecified Other current spending Total long-term debt outstanding at end of fiscal year Long-term debt issued during fiscal year Long-term debt retired during fiscal year Indebtedness

Capital Interoutlay governmental

Interest on debt

VIRGINIA--Con. Dependent Schools--Con. Henrico County................................................. Loudoun County............................................... Newport News.................................................. Norfolk.............................................................. Portsmouth....................................................... Prince William County...................................... Richmond......................................................... Roanoke........................................................... Roanoke County............................................... Rockingham County......................................... Spotsylvania County......................................... Stafford County................................................ Suffolk.............................................................. Virginia Beach.................................................. Williamsburg-James City County..................... York County...................................................... WASHINGTON--Con. Independent Schools: Auburn.............................................................. Battle Ground................................................... Bellevue............................................................ Bellingham........................................................ Bethel............................................................... Central Kitsap................................................... Central Valley................................................... Clover Park....................................................... Edmonds.......................................................... Everett.............................................................. Evergreen......................................................... Federal Way..................................................... Highline............................................................ Issaquah........................................................... Kennewick........................................................ Kent.................................................................. Lake Washington.............................................. Marysville......................................................... Mukilteo............................................................ North Thurston................................................. Northshore........................................................ Pasco............................................................... Puyallup............................................................ Renton.............................................................. Richland........................................................... Seattle.............................................................. South Kitsap..................................................... Spokane........................................................... Tacoma............................................................ Vancouver........................................................ Yakima............................................................. WEST VIRGINIA--Con. Independent Schools: Berkeley County............................................... Cabell County................................................... Harrison County............................................... Kanawha County.............................................. Monongalia County.......................................... Raleigh County................................................. Wood County.................................................... WISCONSIN--Con. Independent Schools: Appleton Area................................................... Eau Claire Area................................................ Green Bay........................................................ Janesville.......................................................... Kenosha........................................................... Madison............................................................

5,162 4,074 7,139 10,202 2,098 5,706 1,655 1,456 1,226 1,392 2,086 3,259 1,249 4,383 1,933 3,525

22,304 34,606 17,025 16,436 7,433 50,640 19,622 6,732 7,926 7,105 11,838 15,595 6,805 43,173 4,875 6,879

63,377 101,187 49,275 48,167 23,476 121,330 49,746 22,656 18,046 16,857 34,918 34,624 20,454 128,231 16,638 19,985

16,143 18,587 14,127 15,473 8,143 25,999 12,796 5,368 5,158 5,101 9,084 9,322 5,817 26,736 3,346 4,241

77,056 106,356 15,371 31,678 16,533 88,912 4,552 25,342 13,401 16,020 17,325 50,261 10,537 83,563 6,839 16,911

2,080 1,361 7,759 6,539 4,659 21,159 2,269 2,569 517 5,087 188 4,117 14,078 1,035 1,919

11,278 228,523 76 390 21,313 3,386 5,544 3,568 1,926 11,203 139 3,638 17,243 6 3,246

302,188 758,476 97,256 54,499 3,321 460,257 72,129 125,209 65,055 58,386 276,284 286,195 48,017 380,205 71,057 64,929

71,500 32,289 64,975 3,810 25,940 23,757 41,110 18,509 35,340 -

8,962 7,456 157 262 30,973 5,025 4,481 5,857 3,884 15,712 30,503 8,957 -

503 777 1,003 818 916 860 942 1,483 628 914 1,151 1,993 631 953 482 931 1,047 609 644 707 894 531 1,765 448 467 7,731 712 1,381 2,032 1,190 956

7,055 4,992 8,161 4,989 8,424 5,795 6,366 7,066 9,666 8,459 12,554 11,143 9,546 6,484 5,941 15,414 12,571 6,046 5,879 6,578 8,984 5,694 10,184 5,913 4,999 28,849 5,108 17,563 18,847 12,488 7,508

19,633 16,503 25,405 13,228 25,530 17,451 14,694 22,333 29,781 24,924 32,011 25,260 25,355 21,777 16,472 37,055 27,611 16,543 18,644 16,981 28,014 15,419 28,224 17,991 18,039 86,726 16,343 42,031 46,003 30,759 17,949

6,411 4,994 9,969 4,575 7,184 5,084 7,189 5,180 7,616 6,592 8,915 9,359 7,542 9,778 6,129 11,627 10,972 4,874 5,993 5,355 8,429 5,311 7,861 5,824 4,296 16,848 3,784 18,962 12,212 9,619 6,194

20,137 46,975 60,522 5,880 23,525 3,252 3,583 13,732 25,998 43,972 22,524 4,120 95,443 16,049 7,710 28,154 28,380 17,722 7,674 33,184 47,632 12,415 95,618 18,927 50,433 128,640 1,083 58,632 86,036 10,229 2,331

383 219 135 348 945 638 478 205 58 226 282 120 739 75 45 17 32 151 31 -

6,442 3,306 11,280 3,944 7,543 2,069 1,936 3,433 14,130 11,277 11,491 5,740 14,254 12,046 2,040 11,674 10,634 4,494 7,019 5,045 14,014 4,079 13,509 11,472 3,711 3,347 177 6,665 17,605 7,691 1,413

129,785 65,075 274,985 85,850 173,845 39,705 81,619 68,620 268,210 294,915 229,725 112,755 277,610 301,585 38,934 240,057 223,935 84,695 121,826 108,861 288,886 81,795 267,896 217,885 82,560 452,715 3,685 192,845 337,585 180,837 28,475

18,095 99,520 18,480 75,000 273 35,000 97,115 2,910 412,415 3,155 -

10,985 4,954 3,810 2,975 5,785 5,995 1,470 9,760 37,460 8,825 26,355 9,055 17,490 5,339 15,145 31,560 1,830 10,637 6,067 20,624 4,015 13,973 18,745 4,005 585 2,173 13,895 39,305 10,320 5,100

2,534 984 2,210 9,765 1,565 3,008 1,894

8,673 5,712 6,270 14,972 5,009 5,602 6,709

30,983 21,335 20,564 50,629 18,331 21,838 26,389

10,719 10,543 6,255 28,607 6,473 8,711 8,734

7,073 3,555 7,348 15,688 29,745 8,273 20,023

499 47 23 12 14 14 51

1,159 2,792 219 659 2,495 272 1,367

25,190 57,525 10,810 48,150 5,430 31,855

-

2,960 2,930 7,944 3,205 945 2,600 1,745

1,956 1,656 2,214 1,523 1,759 3,727

7,635 6,202 14,201 4,485 11,711 16,699

25,586 23,761 31,861 18,470 36,684 60,174

6,349 5,569 7,801 3,848 7,299 21,492

6,262 2,027 3,522 3,864 21,839 5,821

1,999 1,514 2,490 1,385 844 1,810

2,576 1,917 3,697 1,092 5,363 5,194

57,907 38,108 81,660 58,167 115,295 63,930

599 33,000 25,500 31,100

5,356 7,568 12,900 3,183 7,275 16,829

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Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary revenue Federal sources Geographic area Compensatory (Title I) State sources

Enrollment WISCONSIN--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Milwaukee....................................................... Oshkosh Area................................................. Racine............................................................. Sheboygan Area............................................. Waukesha....................................................... WYOMING Independent Schools: Laramie County 1............................................ Natrona County...............................................

1

Total

Total

Special Education

Child nutrition

Other and nonspecified

Total

Formula Assistance

Special Education

89,912 10,277 21,696 10,238 13,577

1,148,524 108,818 231,649 122,039 146,396

159,448 6,364 16,429 6,017 5,162

65,415 1,159 5,990 1,403 602

25,804 1,760 5,471 1,768 2,331

28,241 1,293 3,476 1,292 1,230

39,988 2,152 1,492 1,554 999

718,725 65,253 147,152 75,435 59,231

588,081 59,150 121,690 68,993 50,636

39,266 4,427 11,905 4,770 6,286

12,832 11,741

189,889 168,344

14,055 14,123

4,219 4,080

3,880 3,030

1,926 1,696

4,030 5,317

140,302 110,599

114,165 94,193

-

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Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary revenue--Con. State sources--Con. Geographic area Parent government contributions From cities and counties From other school systems Local sources

Transportation WISCONSIN--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Milwaukee....................................................... Oshkosh Area................................................. Racine............................................................. Sheboygan Area............................................. Waukesha....................................................... WYOMING--Con. Independent Schools: Laramie County 1............................................ Natrona County...............................................

Other and nonspecified

Total

Total taxes

Property taxes only

Charges

Other

2,786 134 323 103 300

88,592 1,542 13,234 1,569 2,009

270,351 37,201 68,068 40,587 82,003

232,422 33,047 62,299 34,282 72,196

232,422 33,047 62,299 34,282 72,196

-

14,091 11 5 5 6

2,261 612 76 507 5,085

12,120 2,041 3,365 2,466 2,972

9,457 1,490 2,323 3,327 1,744

-

26,137 16,406

35,532 43,622

22,138 28,721

22,025 28,639

-

7,273 8,308

58 -

2,145 1,771

3,918 4,822

See footnotes at end of table.

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Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary expenditure Current spending Geographic area For selected objects Instruction Salaries and wages Employee benefits Salaries and wages Employee benefits For selected functions Support services Pupil support Staff support

Total WISCONSIN--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Milwaukee....................................................... Oshkosh Area................................................. Racine............................................................. Sheboygan Area............................................. Waukesha....................................................... WYOMING--Con. Independent Schools: Laramie County 1............................................ Natrona County...............................................

Total

Total 2

Total

1,142,577 107,372 229,747 130,510 143,334

1,074,301 101,884 219,502 111,746 134,971

512,882 55,053 115,429 67,004 74,354

298,278 28,696 67,727 28,743 38,430

628,494 64,081 140,015 73,922 86,647

347,921 41,460 85,738 50,307 56,473

197,173 19,810 48,612 20,846 27,429

386,381 33,615 72,285 33,367 44,122

52,819 4,729 11,648 6,023 6,160

64,510 4,205 8,578 4,413 4,479

180,696 163,021

156,939 147,356

98,341 92,432

35,108 33,546

91,290 89,477

62,289 60,563

21,753 21,840

60,810 54,526

9,823 9,024

14,147 12,543

See footnotes at end of table.

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Table 15.

Finances of Individual Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Thousand dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Elementary-secondary expenditure--Con. Current spending--Con. Geographic area For selected functions--Con. Support services--Con. General School adminisadminisOther and tration tration nonspecified WISCONSIN--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Milwaukee....................................................... Oshkosh Area................................................. Racine............................................................. Sheboygan Area............................................. Waukesha....................................................... WYOMING--Con. Independent Schools: Laramie County 1............................................ Natrona County...............................................
1 2

Indebtedness

Other current spending

Capital outlay

Intergovernmental

Total long-term debt Interest outstanding at on debt end of fiscal year

Long-term debt issued during fiscal year

Long-term debt retired during fiscal year

27,748 1,132 2,675 2,229 1,719

59,397 4,737 11,589 5,710 7,175

181,907 18,812 37,795 14,992 24,589

59,426 4,188 7,202 4,457 4,202

33,134 2,715 4,106 15,741 3,447

21,106 1,221 2,738 1,192 3,033

14,036 1,552 3,401 1,831 1,883

415,829 23,544 31,385 50,633 36,859

35,942 2,800 4,200 16,408

58,159 3,698 2,724 2,599 3,926

1,135 1,152

9,033 8,489

26,672 23,318

4,839 3,353

23,647 15,354

110 311

-

-

-

-

Enrollments reflect fall 2006 memberships reported to the National Center for Education Statistics in the Public Elementary-Secondary Education Agency Universe Survey. Includes amounts not shown separately.

Notes: See Appendix B for a description of state-specific reporting anomalies. Revenue from and payments to other school systems are included in this table. Expenditure for adult education, community services, and other nonelementary-secondary programs are included under total elementary-secondary expenditure, total current spending, and other current spending, but are excluded in the per pupil data displayed in Table 17. Refer to the introductory text for an explanation concerning tax revenue for dependent school systems. Data for specific state revenue programs are generally comparable for school systems in the same state but are not for school systems in other states. Due to enrollments under 10,000, Maine and Vermont are not shown on the individual unit tables.

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Table 16.

Percent Distribution of Revenue of Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07

(Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.)

SOURCE: 2007 Census of Governments Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems. Data are not subject to sampling error, but for information on nonsampling error and definitions see introductory text. Data users who create their own estimates from these tables should cite the U.S. Census Bureau as the source of the original data only. Federal sources Geographic area Total ALABAMA Independent Schools: Baldwin County.............................................. Birmingham................................................... Cullman County............................................. Elmore County............................................... Hoover........................................................... Huntsville....................................................... Jefferson County........................................... Madison County............................................. Mobile County................................................ Montgomery County...................................... Shelby County............................................... Tuscaloosa.................................................... Tuscaloosa County........................................ ALASKA Dependent Schools: Anchorage..................................................... Fairbanks North Star Borough....................... Matanuska-Susitna Borough......................... ARIZONA Independent Schools: Alhambra Elementary.................................... Amphitheater Unified..................................... Cartwright Elementary................................... Chandler Unified............................................ Deer Valley Unified........................................ Dysart Unified................................................ Flagstaff Unified............................................. Gilbert Unified................................................ Glendale Elementary..................................... Glendale Union High..................................... Kyrene Elementary........................................ Marana Unified.............................................. Mesa Unified.................................................. Paradise Valley Unified................................. Pendergast Elementary................................. Peoria Unified................................................ Phoenix Union High....................................... Roosevelt Elementary................................... Scottsdale Unified.......................................... Sunnyside Unified.......................................... Tempe Elementary........................................ Tempe Union High......................................... Tucson Unified............................................... Washington Elementary................................ Yuma Elementary.......................................... Yuma Union High.......................................... ARKANSAS Independent Schools: Bentonville..................................................... Fort Smith...................................................... Little Rock...................................................... Pulaski County Special.................................. Rogers........................................................... Springdale..................................................... CALIFORNIA Independent Schools: ABC Unified................................................... Alameda Unified............................................ Alhambra....................................................... Alum Rock Union Elementary........................ Alvord Unified................................................ Anaheim Elementary..................................... See footnotes at end of table. Total1 Compensatory (Title I) Total1 Formula assistance Total1 State sources Local sources Taxes and parent government contribution Other local governments

Charges

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

6.2 12.3 9.5 8.0 2.4 8.5 7.0 6.1 13.9 13.4 5.0 9.6 7.7

1.6 5.0 2.7 1.8 .1 2.6 1.1 1.1 5.3 5.3 .9 3.1 2.2

46.2 49.2 67.9 52.8 38.0 50.1 56.3 61.1 59.2 61.2 51.7 48.3 57.6

38.5 43.1 57.2 44.1 31.5 44.0 47.2 51.8 49.5 51.6 43.4 40.2 48.2

47.6 38.5 22.6 39.2 59.6 41.4 36.7 32.8 26.9 25.4 43.3 42.1 34.8

16.9 22.5 4.6 4.3 39.0 17.2 21.5 8.8 15.8 6.4 25.4 23.9 7.8

18.9 7.2 7.3 5.8 5.9 16.8 1.7 12.7 3.6 13.8 5.3 11.4 15.8

4.5 1.5 5.6 4.9 7.0 2.9 4.8 6.5 2.7 2.1 7.8 2.2 6.1

100.0 100.0 100.0

11.2 15.7 8.3

2.4 2.2 1.9

55.6 59.1 67.1

51.8 53.5 58.9

33.2 25.2 24.7

28.9 23.4 22.0

-

2.3 1.1 .9

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

16.3 7.8 16.3 4.8 4.8 6.3 9.1 3.8 13.2 7.8 5.0 6.1 8.5 6.3 8.7 5.1 9.0 19.7 4.9 14.0 11.5 4.1 12.0 14.1 19.7 7.0

6.5 2.2 4.9 1.1 .7 .8 2.1 .3 3.6 1.9 .7 .8 2.3 1.1 1.4 1.0 3.7 8.5 .7 5.2 3.8 .7 4.2 3.6 6.7 2.1

58.2 40.0 67.2 56.2 46.1 59.9 35.5 51.6 55.9 44.5 37.6 59.5 51.8 33.3 60.9 54.5 22.7 55.3 14.4 61.1 34.9 17.7 49.7 47.9 53.0 65.3

55.5 36.0 63.6 40.2 44.3 40.0 32.9 50.1 53.0 40.2 36.1 50.8 49.2 31.3 57.4 51.6 20.8 51.5 12.3 54.0 32.3 13.2 44.9 45.2 49.9 44.7

25.6 52.2 16.5 39.0 49.1 33.9 55.4 44.6 30.9 47.7 57.4 34.3 39.8 60.4 30.5 40.4 68.2 25.0 80.7 24.9 53.6 78.2 38.3 38.1 27.4 27.6

19.1 32.2 12.9 30.3 40.8 27.8 47.5 24.1 19.2 37.6 40.2 26.3 26.3 53.5 18.8 31.7 62.0 22.3 64.6 20.8 46.3 61.5 34.0 24.5 15.5 19.9

1.4 13.2 .2 1.5 .2 .6 2.1 2.1 .1 2.9 .2 .5 .6 .1 .6 2.0 .2 .3 .1 3.9 .3 1.2 8.9 2.7

.9 3.7 .7 3.7 5.0 1.8 2.8 5.4 1.1 5.4 3.7 3.2 3.5 3.2 1.3 4.0 2.0 .6 4.8 1.8 1.6 8.0 2.0 1.4 1.6 2.9

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

5.1 13.6 9.0 8.3 8.0 7.7

.8 3.3 2.6 1.9 1.5 1.6

72.9 72.3 75.1 75.5 74.2 79.2

34.9 39.3 22.4 33.2 38.3 44.3

22.1 14.1 15.9 16.1 17.8 13.1

12.4 9.0 10.8 10.1 10.8 8.2

.2 .1 -

6.3 2.3 2.4 3.7 4.9 3.9

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

8.0 6.1 10.3 12.3 5.6 11.2

1.6 1.4 2.9 4.8 2.1 5.8

77.8 59.3 67.6 59.1 79.6 54.7

53.3 34.8 52.1 34.9 33.3 24.3

14.2 34.5 22.1 28.5 14.8 34.2

7.8 23.2 11.5 23.9 8.7 27.6

1.3 4.8 6.1 1.8 2.6 1.0

1.7 1.0 .7 .4 .9 .2

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Table 16.

Percent Distribution of Revenue of Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Federal sources Geographic area Total CALIFORNIA--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Anaheim Union High....................................... Antelope Valley Union High............................ Antioch Unified................................................ Apple Valley Unified........................................ Arcadia Unified................................................ Azusa Unified.................................................. Bakersfield Elementary................................... Baldwin Park Unified....................................... Bellflower Unified............................................ Bonita Unified.................................................. Burbank Unified............................................... Cajon Valley Union Elementary...................... Capistrano Unified........................................... Carlsbad Unified.............................................. Central Unified................................................ Ceres Unified.................................................. Chaffey Union High......................................... Chico Unified................................................... Chino Unified................................................... Chula Vista Elementary................................... Clovis Unified.................................................. Coachella Valley Unified................................. Colton Joint Unified......................................... Compton Unified............................................. Conejo Valley Unified...................................... Corona-Norco Unified..................................... Covina-Valley Unified...................................... Cupertino Union Elementary........................... Desert Sands Unified...................................... Downey Unified............................................... East Side Union High...................................... El Monte Elementary....................................... El Monte Union High....................................... El Rancho Unified........................................... Elk Grove Unified............................................ Escondido Union Elementary.......................... Etiwanda Elementary...................................... Evergreen Elementary.................................... Fairfield-Suisun Unified................................... Folsom-Cordova Unified................................. Fontana Unified............................................... Fremont Unified............................................... Fremont Union High........................................ Fresno Unified................................................. Fullerton Elementary....................................... Fullerton Joint Union High............................... Garden Grove Unified..................................... Gilroy Unified................................................... Glendale Unified.............................................. Grant Joint Union High.................................... Grossmont Union High.................................... Hacienda La Puente Unified........................... Hayward Unified.............................................. Hemet Unified................................................. Hesperia Unified.............................................. Huntington Beach Union High......................... Inglewood Unified............................................ Irvine Unified................................................... Jurupa Unified................................................. Kern Union High.............................................. La Mesa-Spring Valley.................................... Lake Elsinore Unified...................................... Lancaster Elementary..................................... Las Virgenes Unified....................................... Livermore Valley Joint Unified......................... Lodi Unified..................................................... Total
1

State sources

Local sources Taxes and parent government contribution Other local governments

Compensatory (Title I)

Total

1

Formula assistance

Total

1

Charges

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

10.8 5.6 5.8 8.7 3.7 9.1 16.2 8.8 8.7 4.5 5.1 8.7 5.0 3.2 6.1 8.8 4.5 7.4 4.8 7.6 4.5 13.2 9.1 13.8 3.1 4.5 6.2 3.2 7.8 7.0 6.0 14.8 8.5 8.6 6.8 9.8 2.6 4.3 5.6 5.1 8.8 5.0 2.9 14.7 7.9 3.3 9.5 7.3 10.5 7.5 4.4 9.6 9.4 8.9 6.0 6.3 10.7 3.9 9.1 7.3 7.1 6.8 10.6 2.9 3.6 8.8

1.9 1.5 1.2 2.7 1.1 3.0 7.8 2.5 2.4 .9 1.6 3.5 .8 .6 1.6 1.8 1.0 1.8 .9 2.4 1.0 5.0 3.1 7.3 .4 .8 1.4 .7 2.4 1.5 1.4 4.5 2.9 1.6 3.0 .2 .9 1.6 1.4 3.1 .7 .5 7.2 2.0 .8 3.2 1.5 3.5 2.7 1.1 2.1 2.0 2.9 1.5 .6 4.6 .5 3.1 2.2 1.8 1.5 4.8 .3 .7 2.8

67.0 76.9 64.5 73.0 50.6 78.0 72.1 78.4 76.7 73.6 65.2 57.1 35.9 30.4 70.8 66.3 66.3 57.4 66.7 44.6 62.8 62.7 73.6 75.2 46.9 62.7 76.1 35.1 52.0 73.6 47.3 64.8 71.7 73.6 67.3 56.7 67.1 46.0 69.7 59.3 77.6 62.1 14.9 69.0 55.3 58.3 68.4 36.2 62.3 59.8 52.2 75.1 63.8 63.1 77.0 46.0 71.8 38.0 71.8 59.4 58.1 64.7 69.4 49.7 51.2 67.3

42.5 47.4 41.3 55.3 36.7 52.5 44.9 58.1 53.5 47.8 41.5 38.7 11.1 6.0 46.2 48.1 52.2 39.2 47.8 27.1 38.2 40.0 52.6 48.5 24.2 37.8 51.0 18.0 34.9 45.5 28.1 45.1 52.0 53.9 44.5 36.6 45.5 24.8 46.2 30.0 52.1 36.0 3.5 43.6 34.0 34.0 44.4 14.6 40.6 40.3 29.8 49.8 41.9 46.6 52.1 18.0 43.7 6.3 48.1 35.5 38.1 46.6 49.8 30.0 28.5 40.6

22.2 17.4 29.7 18.3 45.7 13.0 11.7 12.8 14.6 21.9 29.7 34.2 59.1 66.4 23.1 25.0 29.2 35.2 28.4 47.8 32.7 24.1 17.2 11.0 49.9 32.8 17.7 61.7 40.2 19.5 46.7 20.4 19.7 17.7 25.9 33.5 30.3 49.6 24.8 35.5 13.6 32.8 82.2 16.3 36.8 38.4 22.1 56.5 27.2 32.7 43.4 15.3 26.8 28.0 17.0 47.7 17.5 58.1 19.1 33.2 34.8 28.5 20.0 47.4 45.2 23.9

16.4 8.2 19.9 8.6 23.0 9.7 7.8 5.5 7.3 12.3 19.2 18.9 52.0 44.2 12.8 11.4 17.7 26.1 16.5 28.4 19.9 9.3 7.4 7.0 33.1 15.6 10.3 47.9 22.2 10.0 37.7 9.0 11.8 8.9 16.1 21.5 10.6 40.4 15.8 22.6 6.4 25.4 69.4 10.7 25.4 26.3 15.3 45.1 18.9 13.2 26.8 7.9 17.0 13.8 4.9 37.0 12.3 48.4 9.8 26.9 19.2 15.0 5.4 35.2 36.2 16.3

.5 .1 4.7 3.4 7.1 .1 3.6 1.4 .1 1.5 8.1 .6 12.4 3.6 7.1 4.5 4.2 3.4 5.8 2.4 6.0 4.6 4.2 8.2 2.0 3.5 9.5 4.4 2.3 8.4 3.8 4.5 2.8 7.5 3.8 3.8 2.7 3.6 1.7 .3 4.0 .9 5.7 4.5 1.7 4.1 1.0 3.6 7.2 1.1 5.2 7.0 5.0 1.8 .8 4.9 .1 7.7 4.4 10.2 1.4 .8 .7

1.8 1.2 1.6 2.8 1.2 .4 .8 1.7 1.1 1.8 1.7 2.3 1.6 1.0 1.1 1.6 .4 1.7 1.3 2.8 2.2 1.1 .1 2.7 1.5 2.2 3.9 1.1 1.5 1.1 .9 .8 1.0 1.2 1.0 1.3 1.6 2.2 2.6 .1 1.9 5.9 .5 1.4 2.7 1.7 1.4 2.8 1.3 2.1 1.4 .8 1.0 1.2 1.9 .2 2.4 1.2 .8 5.0 2.3 .7 3.0 1.9 1.3

See footnotes at end of table.

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Table 16.

Percent Distribution of Revenue of Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Federal sources Geographic area Total CALIFORNIA--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Lompoc Unified............................................... Long Beach Unified......................................... Los Angeles Unified........................................ Lucia Mar Unified............................................ Lynwood Unified.............................................. Madera Unified................................................ Manteca Unified.............................................. Merced Elementary......................................... Merced Union High......................................... Modesto City School District........................... Montebello Unified.......................................... Monterey Peninsula Unified............................ Moreno Valley Unified..................................... Mount Diablo Unified....................................... Murrieta Valley Unified.................................... Napa Valley Unified......................................... Natomas Unified.............................................. New Haven Unified......................................... Newport-Mesa Unified..................................... Norwalk-La Mirada Unified.............................. Oak Grove Elementary.................................... Oakland Unified............................................... Oceanside Unified........................................... Ontario-Montclair Elementary......................... Orange Unified................................................ Oxnard Elementary......................................... Oxnard Union High.......................................... Pajaro Valley Joint Unified.............................. Palm Springs Unified....................................... Palmdale Elementary...................................... Palo Alto Unified.............................................. Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified...................... Panama Buena Vista Union Elementary......... Paramount Unified.......................................... Pasadena Unified............................................ Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified......................... Pleasanton Unified.......................................... Pomona Unified............................................... Porterville Unified............................................ Poway Unified................................................. Redlands Unified............................................. Rialto Unified................................................... Rio Linda Union Elementary........................... Riverside Unified............................................. Rocklin Unified................................................ Rowland Unified.............................................. Sacramento Unified......................................... Saddleback Valley Unified.............................. Salinas Union High.......................................... San Bernardino Unified................................... San Diego Unified........................................... San Dieguito Union High................................. San Francisco Unified..................................... San Jose Unified............................................. San Juan Unified............................................. San Lorenzo Unified........................................ San Marcos Unified......................................... San Ramon Valley Unified.............................. Santa Ana Unified........................................... Santa Barbara................................................. Santa Clara Unified......................................... Santa Maria-Bonita Elementary...................... Santa Monica-Malibu Unified.......................... Santa Rosa City Schools................................ Saugus Union Elementary.............................. Simi Valley Unified.......................................... Total
1

State sources

Local sources Taxes and parent government contribution Other local governments

Compensatory (Title I)

Total

1

Formula assistance

Total

1

Charges

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

9.0 14.7 11.6 7.7 11.3 10.0 4.7 14.4 9.1 9.0 12.1 10.8 9.1 6.3 2.8 6.3 3.6 5.0 7.5 7.7 5.8 14.4 10.0 10.2 6.8 10.1 7.2 16.8 8.1 16.8 3.4 2.8 5.3 12.5 10.9 5.3 5.2 16.0 9.3 2.9 5.8 9.6 10.8 8.3 2.9 11.1 13.7 3.7 8.3 12.7 8.9 2.7 11.4 7.1 8.7 6.9 5.7 1.0 13.0 6.5 4.4 14.1 4.2 6.0 6.6 4.3

2.3 5.3 4.9 1.5 5.0 4.3 .9 6.7 2.9 3.4 4.9 2.1 2.7 1.4 .2 1.5 .4 .9 1.4 1.6 1.1 5.1 2.6 4.2 1.9 3.8 1.3 5.7 3.3 3.4 .3 .2 1.4 5.0 3.6 1.0 .1 3.7 4.0 .3 1.7 3.7 3.9 2.6 .2 2.5 4.7 .4 3.6 5.8 2.9 .5 3.6 2.1 2.2 1.6 1.2 5.1 1.5 .9 6.2 .8 1.6 .4 .9

70.5 71.2 69.4 37.6 76.7 70.5 67.9 70.3 70.6 61.2 70.8 51.6 75.1 51.7 53.2 28.7 50.4 61.2 20.0 75.8 57.3 56.8 54.2 78.0 42.5 64.6 53.6 53.2 57.3 73.8 13.4 51.0 78.3 71.5 55.6 52.1 49.8 67.9 75.4 46.4 63.0 75.9 67.0 70.4 41.6 72.6 63.7 46.2 55.8 76.8 46.6 25.7 41.4 37.0 62.2 64.6 55.6 51.4 66.5 34.9 18.9 65.7 33.5 34.7 55.3 58.7

42.4 47.2 35.9 16.4 54.7 46.4 37.7 45.6 52.6 39.9 52.6 29.2 50.4 28.0 39.5 9.4 39.4 42.2 1.5 45.6 35.9 30.2 35.2 36.9 18.9 38.5 41.0 27.2 39.7 43.9 2.5 30.7 52.3 51.6 29.1 32.0 26.7 41.9 50.2 23.7 46.4 47.8 45.8 43.7 28.4 41.4 37.9 20.7 43.4 47.4 13.3 12.6 14.2 7.3 39.5 45.7 39.4 6.6 39.6 12.7 3.3 44.6 19.7 19.8 33.0 41.6

20.4 14.1 19.0 54.7 12.0 19.6 27.4 15.3 20.3 29.8 17.1 37.6 15.8 41.9 44.0 65.0 46.1 33.7 72.5 16.4 36.9 28.8 35.8 11.8 50.7 25.3 39.3 30.0 34.6 9.4 83.2 46.2 16.5 16.0 33.4 42.6 45.0 16.0 15.2 50.6 31.2 14.5 22.2 21.3 55.5 16.3 22.5 50.1 35.8 10.6 44.4 71.6 47.1 55.9 29.1 28.6 38.7 47.6 20.5 58.6 76.6 20.2 62.3 59.3 38.1 37.0

15.6 9.5 13.7 43.8 4.3 10.7 15.2 8.6 13.7 15.9 8.6 27.0 10.3 32.7 25.9 52.7 25.4 19.8 62.7 8.2 29.3 21.8 25.4 5.6 40.3 16.1 26.8 23.2 18.2 5.1 67.2 32.3 8.9 6.2 21.7 28.7 32.1 7.7 6.2 36.7 14.3 6.5 14.2 15.2 42.6 10.0 16.4 43.3 21.5 5.9 33.5 57.4 38.1 45.0 20.7 14.7 24.6 32.0 16.5 49.0 58.2 14.0 39.4 47.1 15.9 24.1

1.0 .3 3.1 4.5 2.5 4.0 .5 .6 2.8 5.6 3.8 .7 4.7 .6 2.8 5.4 .5 2.7 2.2 .1 5.9 3.6 2.3 4.3 5.4 .1 8.5 .9 1.8 .1 4.4 .3 3.6 4.5 .1 4.3 1.5 4.9 4.5 4.1 .5 4.1 .6 .6 7.9 .3 .9 5.9 1.7 .8 6.0 4.6 2.9 .2 .5 5.5 .5 6.9 4.8 14.5 5.2

.7 1.0 .6 1.9 .4 1.1 1.3 .6 1.0 1.2 .5 1.9 1.4 1.9 2.3 .2 1.6 2.0 1.6 2.0 2.8 .3 1.2 .4 1.6 .6 2.0 .8 1.0 .8 6.6 6.8 1.2 .4 1.3 1.4 2.2 3.2 1.3 2.4 1.0 .9 .1 1.5 2.7 1.2 .4 1.8 2.0 .6 1.2 3.7 1.7 2.1 1.6 3.8 2.0 1.3 1.1 1.4 3.2 .1 4.0 3.3 .2 2.7

See footnotes at end of table.

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Table 16.

Percent Distribution of Revenue of Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Federal sources Geographic area Total CALIFORNIA--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Stockton Unified.............................................. Sweetwater Union High................................... Temecula Valley Unified................................. Torrance Unified.............................................. Tracy Joint Unified.......................................... Turlock............................................................ Tustin Unified.................................................. Upland Unified................................................. Vacaville Unified.............................................. Val Verde Unified............................................ Vallejo Unified................................................. Ventura Unified............................................... Victor Elementary............................................ Victor Valley Union High................................. Visalia Unified................................................. Vista Unified.................................................... Walnut Valley Unified...................................... West Contra Costa Unified.............................. West Covina Unified........................................ Whittier Union High......................................... William S Hart Union High............................... Woodland Joint Unified................................... Yuba City Unified............................................ Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified...................... Dependent Schools: Los Angeles County Office of Education......... COLORADO Independent Schools: Academy......................................................... Adams-Arapahoe............................................ Boulder Valley................................................. Brighton........................................................... Cherry Creek................................................... Colorado Springs............................................ Denver............................................................. Douglas County............................................... Falcon............................................................. Greeley............................................................ Harrison........................................................... Jefferson County............................................. Littleton............................................................ Mesa County Valley........................................ Northglenn-Thornton....................................... Poudre............................................................. Pueblo............................................................. St Vrain Valley................................................. Thompson....................................................... Westminster.................................................... CONNECTICUT Dependent Schools: Bridgeport........................................................ Hartford........................................................... New Britain...................................................... New Haven...................................................... Norwalk........................................................... Stamford.......................................................... Waterbury........................................................ West Hartford.................................................. DELAWARE Independent Schools: Brandywine..................................................... Christina.......................................................... Colonial........................................................... Red Clay......................................................... Total
1

State sources

Local sources Taxes and parent government contribution Other local governments

Compensatory (Title I)

Total

1

Formula assistance

Total

1

Charges

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

11.8 6.6 3.4 4.4 3.6 6.5 4.5 6.2 5.0 15.7 8.4 8.5 7.9 3.0 8.9 8.3 3.0 9.1 6.1 8.2 2.8 8.8 8.5 5.3

4.4 1.4 .5 .8 .5 1.9 1.0 2.0 1.3 .8 2.7 1.6 3.0 1.0 3.6 2.2 .9 3.1 1.2 .6 .4 1.7 2.0 1.3

70.6 63.4 58.8 68.8 61.0 65.0 42.8 65.9 66.7 35.0 60.6 47.3 70.7 82.6 68.0 54.9 72.8 52.0 76.1 70.3 70.4 59.6 64.1 68.7

42.2 46.0 41.5 45.1 45.8 41.7 19.5 50.6 49.4 25.8 37.2 31.0 53.1 23.6 50.9 35.7 51.6 28.4 54.0 41.4 53.4 39.9 35.2 51.0

17.6 30.0 37.8 26.8 35.4 28.5 52.7 28.0 28.3 49.3 30.9 44.2 21.4 14.3 23.1 36.9 24.2 38.8 17.8 21.5 26.9 31.6 27.4 26.0

12.0 19.0 23.9 20.0 21.3 14.9 43.8 18.9 18.1 5.2 19.9 27.8 11.8 6.2 10.2 23.3 16.1 30.1 10.0 11.8 17.0 20.7 20.6 13.2

.9 5.7 5.6 .1 4.0 7.4 .3 2.7 2.4 37.3 .5 4.7 2.2 2.0 5.0 8.0 .3 .5 1.4 3.6 .1 4.4 2.9 6.0

.5 .9 3.4 2.8 1.6 1.5 2.0 3.0 1.9 .5 1.1 2.0 .6 .5 1.2 1.4 3.1 .5 1.3 1.9 1.7 1.4 1.4 1.6

100.0

38.4

2.4

40.8

13.0

20.8

8.0

8.0

2.7

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

3.9 9.3 4.4 4.3 3.8 7.5 10.9 2.1 3.5 10.1 11.2 5.0 4.3 7.6 4.6 6.1 13.2 5.1 5.3 8.9

3.2 1.0 .7 .6 3.0 3.8 .4 3.0 4.4 1.1 .6 2.4 1.0 1.2 4.7 1.1 .9 2.0

47.8 56.2 23.6 50.0 39.7 38.8 31.9 40.0 60.3 54.5 57.0 41.4 44.9 52.1 52.7 36.6 57.7 44.4 45.0 53.0

45.1 52.9 20.2 46.7 37.2 36.7 28.1 37.6 56.9 50.7 54.1 38.2 41.9 47.6 49.7 33.6 53.5 41.5 41.6 49.1

48.3 34.5 72.0 45.7 56.6 53.7 57.3 57.9 36.2 35.4 31.8 53.6 50.8 40.3 42.8 57.2 29.1 50.6 49.7 38.1

37.5 28.6 61.1 33.0 46.0 35.3 46.9 43.7 26.5 27.1 25.3 43.1 41.1 33.4 33.3 47.7 21.0 39.9 39.0 32.1

.1 .1 1.3 .2 .5 .3 .3 .2 .9 .1 .3 .2 .9 .5 .1 .4 .8 .1

6.9 2.4 3.6 5.7 7.7 1.7 4.2 7.7 6.2 4.4 3.0 7.1 4.7 1.6 6.2 5.6 2.5 6.3 4.6 1.9

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

10.7 11.1 7.6 9.5 3.8 4.1 8.7 2.8

4.1 4.7 2.9 3.1 .9 .8 2.6 .3

73.9 68.1 60.7 69.6 21.1 22.4 57.2 17.7

38.2 28.1 31.3 22.4 3.2 1.4 32.3 4.6

15.4 20.8 31.7 20.9 75.1 73.6 34.1 79.5

14.4 19.6 28.6 19.0 73.6 72.3 33.2 76.8

.2 .3 .3 .5 .3 .1

.8 .2 2.6 .8 1.2 .8 .5 2.6

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

5.6 4.9 6.8 6.3

1.6 1.3 1.8 1.5

61.0 51.7 63.8 56.8

38.3 36.7 39.3 37.8

33.4 43.4 29.4 36.9

26.6 32.7 24.1 26.2

.5 8.2 2.6 3.8

.9 .7 1.0 .9

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Table 16.

Percent Distribution of Revenue of Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Federal sources Geographic area Total DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Dependent Schools: Washington Schools....................................... FLORIDA Independent Schools: Alachua County............................................... Bay County...................................................... Brevard County............................................... Broward County.............................................. Charlotte County............................................. Citrus County.................................................. Clay County..................................................... Collier County.................................................. Columbia County............................................. Duval County................................................... Escambia County............................................ Flagler County................................................. Hernando County............................................ Highlands County............................................ Hillsborough County........................................ Indian River County......................................... Lake County.................................................... Lee County...................................................... Leon County.................................................... Manatee County.............................................. Marion County................................................. Martin County.................................................. Miami-Dade County........................................ Nassau County................................................ Okaloosa County............................................. Orange County................................................ Osceola County............................................... Palm Beach County........................................ Pasco County.................................................. Pinellas County............................................... Polk County..................................................... Putnam County............................................... Santa Rosa County......................................... Sarasota County............................................. Seminole County............................................. St Johns County.............................................. St Lucie County............................................... Volusia County................................................ GEORGIA Independent Schools: Atlanta............................................................. Barrow County................................................ Bartow County................................................. Bibb County..................................................... Carroll County................................................. Catoosa County.............................................. Chatham County............................................. Cherokee County............................................ Clarke County................................................. Clayton County................................................ Cobb County................................................... Columbia County............................................. Coweta County................................................ DeKalb County................................................ Dougherty County........................................... Douglas County............................................... Effingham County............................................ Fayette County................................................ Total
1

State sources

Local sources Taxes and parent government contribution Other local governments

Compensatory (Title I)

Total

1

Formula assistance

Total

1

Charges

100.0

11.7

6.3

-

-

88.3

86.1

-

.7

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

10.0 8.7 7.2 8.5 8.8 7.9 4.8 6.2 11.8 9.6 11.6 3.7 6.1 13.7 11.9 6.0 7.6 6.6 8.4 7.7 9.0 6.5 11.4 6.0 8.8 7.5 7.3 6.5 7.0 8.8 8.4 12.6 7.6 4.3 6.7 3.9 7.0 7.3

2.5 2.1 1.9 1.9 1.1 2.1 .7 1.7 2.9 2.7 3.0 .7 1.6 3.1 2.7 1.5 1.7 1.5 1.9 2.0 2.4 1.4 4.2 1.1 1.5 1.9 1.6 1.8 1.7 2.8 2.5 3.8 1.6 .7 1.4 .8 1.6 2.2

50.8 36.2 43.0 38.8 16.5 35.6 67.5 20.4 64.7 49.8 51.2 41.5 49.3 42.1 52.9 22.9 42.2 24.8 47.6 29.1 48.8 21.2 38.4 38.5 39.5 43.1 46.0 17.6 53.7 34.4 54.6 54.1 54.3 19.0 48.8 34.0 38.6 37.1

18.9 8.5 16.1 11.7 6.4 26.0 30.4 23.1 20.0 17.0 17.4 16.3 2.1 16.8 .5 16.1 6.4 17.5 .6 10.1 11.9 13.3 11.6 18.0 2.2 19.1 8.7 21.1 23.4 23.8 20.8 3.3 11.0 12.9

39.2 55.1 49.8 52.7 74.7 56.4 27.8 73.3 23.5 40.6 37.2 54.8 44.6 44.2 35.3 71.1 50.2 68.6 44.1 63.2 42.2 72.3 50.3 55.5 51.7 49.3 46.8 75.9 39.2 56.8 37.0 33.3 38.1 76.7 44.5 62.1 54.5 55.6

31.2 42.6 39.3 44.2 66.6 48.9 19.1 63.8 18.9 33.2 26.0 45.6 31.7 36.6 27.8 62.9 35.2 60.4 33.2 46.7 29.6 63.1 42.7 47.7 46.1 32.3 30.8 59.3 26.3 51.7 23.3 29.0 26.7 66.0 35.2 52.1 41.8 40.5

.1 .1 .1 .1

5.3 4.9 5.4 4.7 4.6 5.2 4.6 2.9 3.0 5.1 3.6 3.3 3.0 4.5 3.0 2.3 3.3 2.1 2.4 4.4 4.7 5.0 4.2 2.4 2.8 1.3 3.1 5.8 2.0 3.1 5.7 3.0 6.2 3.8 3.9 3.4 2.5 4.0

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

10.9 6.9 5.8 13.0 7.3 6.9 10.4 4.1 9.5 10.6 5.8 4.3 5.3 7.9 13.6 6.7 5.8 3.2

-

18.7 49.8 53.5 44.8 55.2 55.0 36.6 43.7 35.2 44.6 38.6 51.7 48.1 34.1 52.9 48.1 56.8 43.5

16.9 44.1 45.4 37.7 46.5 45.1 32.0 38.0 27.8 37.8 32.3 44.6 38.1 30.0 43.8 39.0 50.1 38.3

70.4 43.3 40.7 42.2 37.5 38.1 53.0 52.2 55.3 44.8 55.6 44.0 46.6 58.0 33.5 45.3 37.4 53.4

66.0 34.9 34.7 35.6 29.8 28.0 47.9 41.4 49.6 38.2 49.5 34.4 38.7 47.7 29.6 38.6 31.8 46.5

1.0 .2 .6 1.1 1.0 1.4 .9 .2 .5 1.2 1.3 1.7 .1 .3 1.0 -

.8 3.9 3.6 2.2 3.5 5.0 1.6 4.8 1.9 2.9 2.8 4.8 3.7 1.6 1.9 2.9 2.7 2.9

See footnotes at end of table.

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Table 16.

Percent Distribution of Revenue of Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Federal sources Geographic area Total GEORGIA--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Floyd County................................................... Forsyth County................................................ Fulton County.................................................. Glynn County.................................................. Gwinnett County.............................................. Hall County...................................................... Henry County.................................................. Houston County.............................................. Liberty County................................................. Muscogee County........................................... Newton County................................................ Paulding County.............................................. Richmond County............................................ Rockdale County............................................. Spalding County.............................................. Troup County.................................................. Walton County................................................. Whitfield County.............................................. HAWAII Dependent Schools: Hawaii Public Schools..................................... IDAHO Independent Schools: Boise............................................................... Coeur d'Alene.................................................. Idaho Falls....................................................... Meridian.......................................................... Nampa............................................................. Pocatello......................................................... ILLINOIS Independent Schools: Arlington Heights Township High 214............. Aurora East..................................................... Aurora West.................................................... Chicago........................................................... Cicero.............................................................. Dupage Community Unit 200.......................... Elgin Unit 46.................................................... Indian Prairie................................................... Joliet Elementary............................................. Kane Community Unit 300.............................. Mclean County................................................ Naperville........................................................ Oswego........................................................... Palatine Community Consolidated.................. Palatine Township High 211........................... Peoria.............................................................. Plainfield.......................................................... Rockford.......................................................... Schaumburg.................................................... Springfield....................................................... St Charles....................................................... Valley View...................................................... Waukegan....................................................... INDIANA Independent Schools: Anderson......................................................... Bartholomew Consolidated............................. Carmel Clay.................................................... East Allen County............................................ Elkhart............................................................. Evansville-Vanderburgh.................................. Total
1

State sources

Local sources Taxes and parent government contribution Other local governments

Compensatory (Title I)

Total

1

Formula assistance

Total

1

Charges

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

8.0 2.9 4.6 8.4 5.6 6.7 4.4 7.6 17.2 10.3 7.5 4.7 13.5 6.4 9.3 9.1 6.1 7.8

-

49.9 40.3 29.9 35.9 41.8 43.3 44.7 54.4 58.3 51.3 52.3 56.7 50.5 43.0 56.5 50.8 43.1 54.1

43.3 30.7 24.4 28.1 37.6 39.7 37.6 48.6 53.3 46.9 44.8 46.2 44.9 37.8 40.7 44.1 33.6 49.7

42.1 56.9 65.6 55.6 52.7 50.0 50.9 38.0 24.5 38.4 40.1 38.7 36.0 50.6 34.2 40.1 50.8 38.1

35.8 45.9 60.9 51.7 45.3 42.5 42.7 30.8 20.2 33.6 34.9 31.7 30.2 43.5 28.8 33.9 44.8 31.8

.1 2.5 .6 1.1 1.6 .2 .1 1.0 .4 .5 1.3 .6 .2 .3

4.6 4.6 2.0 1.3 3.4 3.2 4.2 4.5 2.4 2.6 2.8 4.2 1.4 3.6 3.0 3.3 2.5 3.5

100.0

8.6

1.9

89.8

66.3

1.6

-

.1

.7

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

7.5 8.5 9.3 4.9 11.0 13.1

2.0 1.7 2.4 .8 2.6 2.7

53.8 71.4 71.2 65.8 71.3 70.1

43.9 58.4 57.4 54.3 54.9 58.3

38.7 20.1 19.5 29.2 17.7 16.8

32.0 14.7 15.8 21.2 13.0 13.2

.1 -

3.0 3.7 1.9 2.5 1.5 2.5

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

1.7 10.4 7.2 15.0 12.3 3.9 5.5 2.5 14.5 4.6 2.6 2.7 1.3 4.8 1.1 14.4 2.2 11.8 3.3 12.7 1.8 4.4 9.3

3.0 2.4 6.1 5.3 .3 1.2 .2 6.5 .8 1.1 .3 .3 .7 6.1 3.6 .5 4.6 .3 .6 3.4

13.6 56.6 35.6 40.5 66.6 20.0 31.3 18.6 51.5 24.2 26.6 13.7 31.6 17.5 11.1 49.7 37.6 41.6 14.4 32.7 12.5 29.5 50.9

2.1 39.1 20.3 33.7 49.6 6.0 16.7 5.7 36.0 11.9 11.6 2.9 19.7 3.7 2.1 26.5 19.9 19.8 2.9 16.0 2.9 12.8 29.9

84.7 33.0 57.2 44.5 21.2 76.1 63.2 78.9 33.9 71.2 70.8 83.6 67.0 77.7 87.8 35.9 60.2 46.6 82.3 54.6 85.7 66.1 39.8

76.1 27.3 52.8 37.7 17.6 70.4 58.3 73.0 29.4 63.7 65.0 77.0 58.0 71.9 78.6 31.5 52.4 43.2 76.9 48.1 79.4 58.3 38.1

1.1 .9 .2 .1 .1 2.0 1.9 .5 .1 2.6 .6 .9 .3 .7 .2 .5 .5 .2 -

4.0 3.2 2.3 .2 .3 2.6 2.7 3.3 .6 3.0 3.7 3.4 3.3 2.3 4.6 .7 3.6 .9 .7 2.6 4.0 2.5 1.3

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

9.4 10.4 7.3 6.6 8.9 10.6

2.9 1.4 .3 2.1 1.7 2.5

54.2 46.9 29.0 50.9 49.6 44.9

46.6 39.6 21.5 43.9 40.2 37.8

36.4 42.8 63.7 42.5 41.5 44.5

16.5 28.9 43.9 22.7 21.5 38.7

.4 3.1 6.2 4.3 .1

16.7 5.3 7.7 3.3 2.9 3.1

See footnotes at end of table.

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Table 16.

Percent Distribution of Revenue of Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Federal sources Geographic area Total INDIANA--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Fort Wayne...................................................... Gary................................................................ Greater Clark County...................................... Hamilton Southeastern.................................... Hammond........................................................ Indianapolis..................................................... MSD Lawrence Township............................... MSD Perry Township...................................... MSD Pike Township........................................ MSD Warren Township................................... MSD Washington Township............................ MSD Wayne Township.................................... Monroe County................................................ New Albany-Floyd County Consolidated......... Penn-Harris-Madison...................................... South Bend..................................................... Tippecanoe..................................................... Vigo County..................................................... IOWA Independent Schools: Cedar Rapids.................................................. Davenport........................................................ Des Moines..................................................... Dubuque.......................................................... Iowa City......................................................... Sioux City........................................................ Waterloo.......................................................... KANSAS Independent Schools: Blue Valley Unified 229................................... Kansas City Unified......................................... Lawrence Unified............................................ Olathe Unified................................................. Shawnee Mission Unified................................ Topeka Unified................................................ Wichita Unified................................................ KENTUCKY Independent Schools: Boone County................................................. Bullitt County................................................... Daviess County............................................... Fayette County................................................ Hardin County................................................. Jefferson County............................................. Kenton County................................................ Madison County.............................................. Oldham County............................................... Warren County................................................ LOUISIANA Independent Schools: Ascension Parish............................................ Bossier Parish................................................. Caddo Parish.................................................. Calcasieu Parish............................................. East Baton Rouge Parish................................ Iberia Parish.................................................... Jefferson Parish.............................................. Lafayette Parish.............................................. Lafourche Parish............................................. Livingston Parish............................................. Ouachita Parish............................................... Rapides Parish................................................ St Landry Parish.............................................. St Tammany Parish......................................... Tangipahoa Parish.......................................... Terrebonne Parish.......................................... Total
1

State sources

Local sources Taxes and parent government contribution Other local governments

Compensatory (Title I)

Total

1

Formula assistance

Total

1

Charges

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

9.4 11.2 9.8 1.6 7.6 14.2 4.4 7.4 6.8 6.4 10.1 12.4 8.7 7.8 1.2 12.8 2.8 8.4

3.0 5.2 1.9 .2 2.6 5.4 .7 1.2 .9 .8 1.0 1.7 2.1 1.6 .2 3.4 .9 3.5

50.3 64.4 57.8 43.1 63.0 60.8 35.3 47.4 36.8 57.3 31.2 49.4 39.7 52.8 46.0 48.7 41.3 66.0

42.5 57.4 48.5 36.2 52.6 50.8 28.5 33.0 28.6 43.2 22.8 35.2 32.0 45.0 40.8 42.0 35.3 57.3

40.3 24.5 32.3 55.3 29.4 24.9 60.3 45.2 56.5 36.4 58.7 38.2 51.6 39.4 52.8 38.5 55.9 25.5

20.5 20.0 25.2 47.3 24.4 20.9 23.8 23.7 47.2 29.9 46.3 22.3 34.1 24.6 36.3 22.9 46.8 18.1

1.6 .4 3.3 .9 .1 7.7 .1 .2 2.6 3.4 1.2 8.0 .2 .5 2.0

2.0 .4 2.8 4.9 2.0 .5 3.8 3.4 5.6 4.2 6.2 1.7 5.7 4.5 5.0 1.1 3.7 2.7

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

5.3 7.2 8.8 4.5 4.7 6.7 8.5

1.3 2.1 1.5 1.2 1.1 2.0 2.4

47.7 45.8 47.6 46.6 40.6 53.7 48.6

42.7 41.6 43.4 42.3 36.5 49.2 44.5

47.0 47.0 43.6 48.9 54.7 39.6 42.9

37.3 41.3 36.0 42.5 48.1 32.4 38.1

3.1 .4 1.9 1.7 2.1 1.5 .5

4.0 2.5 2.8 2.8 2.3 2.2 1.5

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

2.2 8.8 8.5 4.5 4.1 14.4 11.2

.1 3.9 1.4 .8 .8 3.2 4.0

32.6 63.0 39.3 48.2 35.5 59.5 59.1

23.2 51.3 28.3 35.9 25.6 45.8 47.7

65.1 28.2 52.2 47.3 60.4 26.1 29.7

52.3 17.8 44.4 36.6 49.8 20.4 21.9

3.3 2.0 2.1 3.3 3.0 1.7 2.0

4.4 1.6 2.6 3.2 3.4 1.3 1.1

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

5.0 8.2 8.1 8.9 9.4 10.5 5.6 9.6 4.9 9.5

-

41.6 60.0 61.5 37.6 63.3 40.7 49.8 60.9 53.1 55.5

24.6 38.9 38.6 18.2 40.9 22.5 29.8 37.8 32.3 33.8

53.4 31.8 30.4 53.5 27.2 48.8 44.7 29.5 42.0 35.0

47.4 26.8 23.6 49.1 22.7 43.4 39.1 26.4 36.9 30.0

.5 .3 .1 .2 .2 .7

3.4 2.3 3.2 1.9 2.3 2.0 3.5 1.6 2.7 2.5

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

7.9 9.8 12.7 14.8 13.9 15.6 17.0 12.4 12.6 8.8 10.2 15.0 17.8 16.8 16.2 12.9

1.7 2.6 4.2 3.3 4.6 4.1 5.1 3.1 3.6 2.4 3.2 4.3 6.3 2.0 4.7 4.2

45.7 44.5 46.6 38.6 32.8 50.3 29.0 36.6 45.0 64.2 56.3 52.2 55.2 39.0 55.0 48.8

44.2 42.6 44.6 35.7 29.7 47.6 26.9 33.5 42.8 62.1 53.5 50.0 53.1 37.5 52.7 47.0

46.4 45.7 40.7 46.6 53.3 34.1 53.9 50.9 42.5 27.0 33.5 32.9 26.9 44.3 28.8 38.3

42.3 39.7 37.1 41.5 48.6 28.0 48.1 47.4 32.8 22.5 29.6 29.6 24.3 39.3 22.8 33.0

.4 .4 .4 .8 .7 .4 .4 .4 .4 .5 .2 .3 .5 .4 .2 .5

1.7 1.6 .7 .8 .7 1.1 1.3 .8 1.3 1.7 1.3 1.1 .8 1.0 1.0 .9

See footnotes at end of table.

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Table 16.

Percent Distribution of Revenue of Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Federal sources Geographic area Total MARYLAND Dependent Schools: Anne Arundel County...................................... Baltimore......................................................... Baltimore County............................................. Calvert County................................................ Carroll County................................................. Cecil County.................................................... Charles County............................................... Frederick County............................................. Harford County................................................ Howard County............................................... Montgomery County........................................ Prince Georges County................................... St Marys County.............................................. Washington County......................................... Wicomico County............................................ MASSACHUSETTS Dependent Schools: Boston............................................................. Brockton.......................................................... Fall River......................................................... Lawrence......................................................... Lowell.............................................................. Lynn................................................................ New Bedford................................................... Newton............................................................ Springfield....................................................... Worcester........................................................ MICHIGAN Independent Schools: Ann Arbor........................................................ Chippewa Valley............................................. Dearborn......................................................... Detroit.............................................................. Farmington...................................................... Flint................................................................. Forest Hills...................................................... Grand Rapids.................................................. Huron Valley.................................................... Kalamazoo...................................................... L'Anse Creuse................................................. Lansing............................................................ Livonia............................................................. Plymouth-Canton Community......................... Port Huron Area.............................................. Rochester Community..................................... Taylor.............................................................. Traverse City................................................... Troy................................................................. Utica Community............................................. Walled Lake Consolidated.............................. Warren Consolidated...................................... Waterford Township........................................ Wayne-Westland Community.......................... MINNESOTA Independent Schools: Anoka-Hennepin............................................. Bloomington.................................................... Burnsville......................................................... Duluth.............................................................. Elk River.......................................................... Lakeville.......................................................... Total
1

State sources

Local sources Taxes and parent government contribution Other local governments

Compensatory (Title I)

Total

1

Formula assistance

Total

1

Charges

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

4.8 9.9 7.0 3.7 3.4 4.5 4.1 3.5 4.6 2.5 4.1 6.3 6.3 6.5 7.6

1.0 4.2 1.7 .7 .4 1.0 .9 .6 .8 .3 1.0 1.7 1.1 1.6 2.0

30.9 63.6 40.4 41.3 41.9 48.8 45.4 41.3 43.3 25.2 21.1 48.6 47.5 49.6 54.3

17.0 28.8 22.5 27.6 27.9 26.8 28.5 26.0 27.9 15.7 8.1 27.0 29.0 30.4 28.4

64.2 26.5 52.6 55.0 54.7 46.7 50.5 55.2 52.0 72.4 74.7 45.1 46.2 43.9 38.1

60.4 18.6 49.2 48.6 51.1 40.0 45.6 49.8 48.2 68.0 71.5 38.9 41.7 39.8 28.5

.3 .1 .1 .2

3.0 .9 2.9 4.2 3.2 2.9 4.2 2.6 3.1 3.4 2.9 2.7 3.8 3.6 3.1

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

8.4 8.1 9.5 9.0 8.8 8.6 8.9 3.0 10.8 10.7

3.7 2.7 3.9 4.3 3.5 3.6 3.5 .2 4.6 5.1

30.7 68.5 70.5 84.3 70.9 65.1 75.3 24.1 72.3 61.8

17.2 53.4 54.7 62.5 50.4 51.4 47.6 5.3 55.1 44.6

60.9 23.5 20.0 6.7 20.3 26.3 15.8 72.9 16.9 27.5

50.5 19.9 18.3 3.0 18.9 24.5 11.4 69.2 13.6 24.0

.9 .1 -

1.1 1.9 1.4 1.5 1.3 1.4 1.7 1.0 1.4 1.5

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

2.1 2.3 6.4 17.9 2.4 16.8 .7 11.0 1.8 10.5 4.2 13.0 1.2 1.6 6.8 1.0 5.0 4.0 2.3 3.2 1.2 3.5 4.1 5.0

.9 .2 3.1 11.8 .2 7.1 .2 4.6 3.7 1.1 4.5 .2 .2 2.6 .3 2.4 1.1 .1 .5 .3 .7 1.0 1.1

38.9 61.5 53.0 60.9 46.1 64.1 54.2 54.7 57.5 49.9 59.4 60.0 59.1 62.1 70.6 58.9 74.3 45.1 42.5 64.6 56.0 54.3 60.9 61.4

34.4 57.9 45.1 48.3 39.0 52.6 51.8 40.0 52.2 40.9 53.7 49.1 52.4 56.4 60.7 54.3 61.4 40.3 39.0 60.4 51.6 50.4 53.3 51.0

59.0 36.2 40.5 21.3 51.5 19.1 45.0 34.3 40.7 39.5 36.4 27.1 39.7 36.3 22.7 40.1 20.6 50.8 55.2 32.2 42.9 42.2 35.0 33.6

43.5 26.2 31.6 13.1 36.5 11.9 33.6 13.6 27.8 26.8 27.8 17.0 26.7 27.5 16.4 26.4 14.7 39.6 41.4 22.1 32.3 34.3 19.1 23.1

6.9 2.1 3.3 5.6 10.0 1.9 4.9 16.9 7.4 6.9 2.0 6.4 7.0 1.8 2.5 6.0 3.2 3.6 5.0 2.7 4.1 2.5 8.3 7.8

3.8 4.6 2.3 1.0 3.2 1.5 4.1 .9 4.0 1.6 3.3 .8 4.3 4.5 1.3 5.2 1.6 4.6 4.3 3.8 3.7 3.2 4.1 1.6

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

3.9 4.5 4.8 9.6 3.0 2.4

.4 .3 .8 2.0 .2 .1

71.6 59.7 65.7 73.8 65.8 65.5

57.0 44.7 48.4 48.2 54.9 57.4

24.4 35.8 29.5 16.7 31.2 32.1

15.7 20.9 17.6 8.8 20.7 18.7

.1 2.4 2.0 1.4 .2 1.9

5.8 5.9 7.1 3.2 5.4 7.0

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Table 16.

Percent Distribution of Revenue of Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Federal sources Geographic area Total MINNESOTA--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Minneapolis Special........................................ Mounds View................................................... North St Paul-Maplewood............................... Osseo.............................................................. Robbinsdale.................................................... Rochester........................................................ Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan..................... South Washington County.............................. St Paul............................................................. MISSISSIPPI Independent Schools: Desoto County................................................ Harrison County.............................................. Jackson........................................................... Madison County.............................................. Rankin County................................................. MISSOURI Independent Schools: Blue Springs.................................................... Columbia......................................................... Ferguson-Florissant........................................ Fort Zumwalt................................................... Fox.................................................................. Francis Howell................................................. Hazelwood...................................................... Independence................................................. Kansas City..................................................... Lee's Summit................................................... Mehlville.......................................................... North Kansas City........................................... Park Hill........................................................... Parkway.......................................................... Rockwood....................................................... Springfield....................................................... St Joseph........................................................ St Louis........................................................... Wentzville........................................................ NEBRASKA Independent Schools: Lincoln............................................................. Millard.............................................................. Omaha............................................................ NEVADA Independent Schools: Clark County................................................... Washoe County............................................... NEW HAMPSHIRE Dependent Schools: Manchester..................................................... Nashua............................................................ NEW JERSEY Independent Schools: Brick Township................................................ Camden........................................................... Cherry Hill Township....................................... Clifton.............................................................. Elizabeth......................................................... Freehold Regional High.................................. Hamilton Township.......................................... Middletown Township...................................... Passaic............................................................ Toms River Regional....................................... Woodbridge Township.................................... Total
1

State sources

Local sources Taxes and parent government contribution Other local governments

Compensatory (Title I)

Total

1

Formula assistance

Total

1

Charges

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

11.1 3.5 4.5 4.3 5.0 6.0 3.1 2.5 10.3

4.5 .3 .5 .3 .6 .9 .2 .2 2.8

63.0 61.6 66.5 66.0 60.8 67.1 65.2 63.8 70.7

44.3 48.2 53.4 51.1 44.3 51.1 52.0 52.4 40.0

25.9 34.9 29.0 29.7 34.1 26.8 31.7 33.7 19.0

16.5 23.0 18.5 18.8 21.3 19.1 22.1 20.1 11.9

2.7 2.7 2.6 1.3 3.2 .3 1.8 2.2 2.5

1.5 5.4 5.0 5.2 5.0 4.6 4.5 6.2 1.8

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

7.8 21.3 17.9 6.0 8.4

1.3 3.1 5.6 1.1 1.5

55.9 43.5 48.9 41.0 49.8

54.1 41.7 47.0 39.3 46.7

36.3 35.2 33.1 53.0 41.8

27.3 19.5 29.4 45.2 32.2

1.2 .3 -

5.0 2.9 2.0 4.7 7.0

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

3.7 7.5 5.9 3.7 5.0 3.7 3.9 11.6 13.5 3.0 2.8 5.0 3.9 2.6 2.0 11.0 10.2 13.5 3.9

.3 1.7 2.4 .3 .9 .4 1.3 1.2 4.5 .3 1.0 .9 .6 .8 .7 3.4 2.2 4.2 .6

40.9 40.6 43.8 35.7 51.2 35.4 38.1 47.2 39.6 37.6 25.1 27.8 27.6 19.2 22.9 30.8 44.9 40.4 33.1

24.2 22.4 30.5 18.4 38.1 16.4 21.1 33.6 25.3 22.4 6.5 10.6 10.3 1.5 4.9 14.7 30.4 23.3 13.7

55.4 51.9 50.3 60.6 43.8 60.9 58.0 41.2 46.9 59.5 72.1 67.2 68.5 78.2 75.1 58.1 44.9 46.1 63.0

42.4 44.1 43.3 49.4 31.6 49.6 50.6 30.7 39.6 46.4 55.2 55.0 52.4 60.2 55.5 47.4 34.5 41.6 51.6

2.1 .8 1.0 1.3 1.9 1.4 1.2 1.1 .9 1.5 2.7 1.4 2.9 2.5 1.4 1.0 1.6 .6 1.2

6.7 3.3 2.8 4.8 7.8 6.3 2.1 5.1 1.0 6.5 5.2 4.7 7.4 5.7 8.9 4.1 5.2 1.0 6.2

100.0 100.0 100.0

6.6 4.2 15.8

1.0 .3 4.3

23.0 32.1 36.8

14.8 25.9 29.4

70.4 63.6 47.3

59.9 53.8 43.2

.5 .5 .6

3.3 6.2 1.2

100.0 100.0

7.1 6.0

2.0 1.5

53.8 60.5

14.3 18.2

39.0 33.5

31.9 25.9

.2

3.1 4.1

100.0 100.0

11.1 8.4

2.9 2.2

43.7 37.4

41.3 33.4

45.2 54.2

30.2 49.8

12.0 .4

1.9 2.5

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

3.1 8.7 2.0 3.6 6.7 1.7 3.7 2.2 8.7 3.7 2.9

.7 4.4 .2 .8 1.8 .1 .5 .2 2.4 1.0 .3

35.8 86.5 19.3 23.6 72.4 33.4 41.4 22.9 84.5 42.2 21.0

15.4 39.0 3.3 2.9 27.4 17.2 19.3 4.8 30.0 22.7 .6

61.1 4.7 78.6 72.8 20.8 64.9 54.8 75.0 6.8 54.1 76.1

57.2 2.2 74.6 70.0 8.5 62.2 52.4 67.3 5.7 50.7 73.6

.1 .1 .1 .2 -

1.8 1.5 2.7 1.3 .5 2.0 1.1 1.1 .2 2.0 1.5

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Table 16.

Percent Distribution of Revenue of Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Federal sources Geographic area Total NEW JERSEY--Con. Dependent Schools: East Orange.................................................... Edison Township............................................. Jersey City...................................................... Newark............................................................ Paterson.......................................................... Trenton............................................................ NEW MEXICO Independent Schools: Albuquerque.................................................... Farmington...................................................... Gadsden.......................................................... Gallup-McKinley County.................................. Las Cruces...................................................... Rio Rancho..................................................... Santa Fe.......................................................... NEW YORK Independent Schools: Arlington.......................................................... Brentwood....................................................... Greece............................................................ Half Hollow Hills.............................................. Middle Country................................................ Mount Vernon.................................................. New Rochelle.................................................. Newburgh........................................................ North Syracuse............................................... Sachem........................................................... Smithtown....................................................... Wappingers..................................................... Williamsville..................................................... Dependent Schools: Buffalo............................................................. New York City................................................. Rochester........................................................ Syracuse......................................................... Yonkers........................................................... NORTH CAROLINA Dependent Schools: Alamance-Burlington....................................... Brunswick County........................................... Buncombe County........................................... Burke County.................................................. Cabarrus County............................................. Caldwell County.............................................. Catawba County.............................................. Chapel Hill-Carrboro....................................... Charlotte/Mecklenburg.................................... Cleveland County............................................ Craven County................................................ Cumberland County........................................ Davidson County............................................. Durham County............................................... Gaston County................................................ Guilford County............................................... Harnett County................................................ Henderson County.......................................... Iredell-Statesville............................................. Johnston County............................................. Lincoln County................................................ Moore County.................................................. Nash-Rocky Mount.......................................... New Hanover County...................................... Total
1

State sources

Local sources Taxes and parent government contribution Other local governments

Compensatory (Title I)

Total

1

Formula assistance

Total

1

Charges

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

5.2 2.6 6.4 7.4 7.0 5.6

1.8 .3 2.3 3.0 2.7 2.0

85.6 18.1 78.9 74.7 85.6 85.3

31.4 .6 24.2 25.6 30.4 31.7

9.2 79.3 14.7 17.9 7.4 9.0

7.2 76.4 6.3

13.1 7.9 6.4 -

.4 1.7 .8 .9 .1 1.5

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

9.6 12.1 14.2 32.9 13.8 4.2 8.0

2.8 3.2 4.4 5.5 4.4 .3 1.7

75.8 71.9 76.4 57.4 72.6 80.0 62.9

68.7 67.7 67.0 50.7 67.8 74.4 57.5

14.5 16.1 9.5 9.7 13.6 15.8 29.1

11.2 13.0 7.1 5.2 9.5 11.4 23.9

-

1.1 1.7 1.2 1.5 2.1 2.4 1.2

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

2.2 5.7 5.6 1.8 2.6 6.4 3.5 6.0 4.7 1.8 1.6 2.6 3.0

.4 1.3 .7 .3 .6 1.7 .9 1.6 .6 .2 .1 .2 .3

34.3 66.6 47.5 18.1 49.5 51.9 27.5 55.1 50.2 47.5 26.2 33.5 29.7

17.1 47.8 27.8 8.5 31.1 26.7 6.8 31.4 31.8 29.4 11.8 17.8 14.9

63.5 27.7 46.9 80.2 47.9 41.8 68.9 38.9 45.1 50.6 72.3 64.0 67.3

57.9 22.8 36.9 74.3 43.5 39.4 65.2 35.1 33.8 45.7 68.2 56.4 53.9

.5 1.5 4.6 .6 .1 .5 .8 .4 5.3 .2 .5 .2 6.9

2.6 .7 1.5 1.3 1.2 .2 .8 .8 1.7 1.5 1.3 1.7 1.3

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

11.6 9.8 11.9 14.5 8.6

4.9 4.5 4.7 4.8 2.8

74.7 47.7 68.5 67.2 54.9

49.7 26.1 43.7 40.3 23.6

13.7 42.5 19.6 18.4 36.5

7.2 40.9 17.5 15.0 34.8

4.8 .3 1.3 .1

.3 .3 .2 .3 .6

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

9.5 8.9 7.6 11.3 7.0 10.1 6.9 4.7 7.4 12.0 14.5 13.1 7.2 9.1 10.4 8.6 11.5 9.5 7.9 6.6 7.0 8.8 13.0 8.9

-

65.0 53.3 53.2 67.3 58.1 66.6 57.6 42.2 50.8 65.7 73.8 62.6 69.6 51.0 66.0 55.3 63.9 60.5 56.8 54.4 55.4 60.4 67.2 52.1

62.7 51.2 52.2 64.1 56.3 64.3 55.3 41.8 49.6 61.1 70.7 60.9 67.5 49.8 63.7 52.3 62.7 58.9 55.8 52.9 54.3 59.0 64.8 50.4

25.4 37.8 39.2 21.4 34.9 23.3 35.5 53.0 41.8 22.3 11.7 24.2 23.2 39.8 23.6 36.2 24.6 30.1 35.3 39.0 37.6 30.9 19.8 39.0

20.9 35.3 35.1 15.9 28.8 16.4 31.3 48.7 37.0 18.2 7.2 19.9 18.4 36.0 18.8 30.8 19.1 25.6 28.5 35.2 26.0 25.8 17.1 33.9

-

3.3 1.6 2.6 3.8 4.1 4.2 2.9 3.0 3.1 2.9 2.7 3.1 3.5 2.3 2.6 2.6 2.2 3.2 3.9 2.7 2.7 2.1 1.8 2.3

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Table 16.

Percent Distribution of Revenue of Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Federal sources Geographic area Total NORTH CAROLINA--Con. Dependent Schools--Con. Onslow County................................................ Pitt County....................................................... Randolph County............................................ Robeson County............................................. Rockingham County........................................ Rowan-Salisbury............................................. Union County.................................................. Wake County................................................... Wayne County................................................. Wilkes County................................................. Wilson County................................................. Winston-Salem/Forsyth................................... NORTH DAKOTA Independent Schools: Bismarck......................................................... Fargo............................................................... OHIO Independent Schools: Akron............................................................... Canton............................................................. Cincinnati........................................................ Cleveland........................................................ Columbus........................................................ Dayton............................................................. Dublin.............................................................. Fairfield........................................................... Hilliard............................................................. Lakota............................................................. Mason............................................................. Northwest (Hamilton Co)................................. Olentangy........................................................ Parma.............................................................. Pickerington.................................................... South-Western................................................ Toledo............................................................. Westerville....................................................... OKLAHOMA Independent Schools: Broken Arrow.................................................. Edmond........................................................... Lawton............................................................. Midwest-Del City............................................. Moore.............................................................. Norman........................................................... Oklahoma City................................................. Putnam City..................................................... Tulsa............................................................... Union............................................................... OREGON Independent Schools: Beaverton........................................................ Bend-La Pine.................................................. David Douglas................................................. Eugene............................................................ Gresham-Barlow............................................. Hillsboro.......................................................... Medford........................................................... North Clackamas............................................. Portland........................................................... Reynolds......................................................... Salem-Keizer................................................... Springfield....................................................... Tigard.............................................................. Total
1

State sources

Local sources Taxes and parent government contribution Other local governments

Compensatory (Title I)

Total

1

Formula assistance

Total

1

Charges

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

12.0 11.3 8.2 15.6 10.2 10.8 4.1 4.5 12.2 11.1 12.0 9.6

-

59.0 67.1 67.0 71.8 66.8 65.4 37.5 43.0 71.3 64.4 62.4 57.5

57.5 64.5 65.1 70.7 65.2 63.6 36.7 42.7 66.9 61.6 60.2 55.6

29.0 21.6 24.8 12.6 22.9 23.7 58.4 52.5 16.5 24.5 25.7 32.9

24.1 17.7 20.3 9.3 17.3 18.5 54.5 49.5 13.9 19.1 21.2 28.3

-

2.2 2.7 2.9 1.2 2.8 3.0 2.7 2.0 1.6 2.6 2.6 2.1

100.0 100.0

11.5 7.6

2.9 2.3

36.6 28.1

28.3 22.1

51.9 64.2

44.7 55.3

1.3 .4

2.8 3.1

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

8.0 11.3 11.9 14.3 11.1 10.8 2.2 4.0 2.7 2.7 2.2 5.9 2.1 4.5 2.4 7.5 9.4 3.2

-

48.2 55.0 36.3 56.7 38.6 54.8 17.4 35.7 30.9 32.9 34.2 41.0 13.6 26.8 43.5 42.7 61.6 30.2

32.6 44.3 20.3 43.8 24.2 34.9 16.8 34.5 30.3 32.4 33.4 37.5 13.1 23.3 42.9 39.6 33.5 29.3

43.7 33.8 51.8 29.0 50.3 34.4 80.4 60.3 66.4 64.3 63.6 53.1 84.3 68.7 54.2 49.8 29.0 66.6

25.2 24.9 41.9 25.3 41.7 26.9 72.3 53.2 59.4 55.3 54.5 45.4 70.1 61.3 46.2 44.2 22.2 59.1

13.6 .9 1.3 1.4 .3 .2 1.0 .1 .3 .2 1.0 4.6 .6 .3 .4 .5 .6

1.3 3.2 1.1 .4 1.0 1.0 3.9 4.2 3.2 4.5 5.8 4.0 4.1 3.7 4.2 2.8 3.1 3.7

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

6.8 4.5 17.1 10.1 6.3 6.8 16.4 9.2 14.7 7.1

1.0 .6 3.2 2.1 1.0 1.4 6.8 2.0 5.6 .8

48.2 36.3 60.3 50.6 51.1 47.4 46.2 47.4 44.0 42.0

32.7 22.4 42.7 33.3 36.5 31.8 31.7 30.4 27.9 28.2

45.0 59.2 22.6 39.3 42.6 45.8 37.4 43.4 41.2 50.9

28.8 45.2 13.6 27.2 24.9 36.1 24.7 30.0 31.8 38.5

5.2 5.4 1.6 4.5 10.9 2.4 6.7 6.2 2.7 3.4

7.9 5.9 4.6 4.3 4.5 4.9 2.0 5.1 3.3 4.7

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

5.6 6.9 10.0 8.4 6.2 8.4 9.6 6.1 13.8 9.1 9.8 11.8 3.9

1.7 2.1 3.6 1.7 1.7 2.8 3.9 1.6 4.4 3.8 4.1 3.5 .9

51.5 39.8 60.7 38.2 57.1 48.5 58.1 53.5 37.6 60.4 59.9 59.2 41.6

50.1 38.2 56.7 35.7 55.9 47.0 56.2 52.0 33.9 58.2 58.7 57.0 40.5

42.9 53.3 29.2 53.4 36.6 43.1 32.2 40.4 48.6 30.6 30.2 29.1 54.5

34.7 44.0 16.5 38.6 27.1 32.6 27.4 32.4 34.4 22.7 21.2 21.1 42.5

2.1 1.3 4.6 2.9 2.1 2.1 .2 1.0 6.2 2.7 3.2 .7 3.3

2.2 2.0 3.3 4.7 4.1 1.8 1.7 2.9 3.6 .9 2.0 3.1 3.2

See footnotes at end of table.

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Table 16.

Percent Distribution of Revenue of Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Federal sources Geographic area Total PENNSYLVANIA Independent Schools: Allentown......................................................... Bethlehem Area.............................................. Central Bucks.................................................. Central Dauphin.............................................. Council Rock................................................... Downingtown Area.......................................... Erie.................................................................. Hazleton Area................................................. Lancaster........................................................ North Penn...................................................... Pennsbury....................................................... Philadelphia..................................................... Pittsburgh........................................................ Pocono Mountain............................................ Reading........................................................... Upper Darby.................................................... West Chester Area.......................................... RHODE ISLAND Dependent Schools: Cranston.......................................................... Providence...................................................... Warwick........................................................... SOUTH CAROLINA Independent Schools: Aiken County................................................... Anderson County 5......................................... Beaufort County.............................................. Berkeley County.............................................. Charleston County.......................................... Darlington County........................................... Dorchester County 2....................................... Florence County 1........................................... Georgetown County........................................ Greenville County............................................ Horry County................................................... Kershaw County.............................................. Lancaster County............................................ Lexington County 1......................................... Lexington County 5......................................... Oconee County............................................... Pickens County............................................... Richland County 1........................................... Richland County 2........................................... York County 3................................................. SOUTH DAKOTA Independent Schools: Rapid City Area............................................... Sioux Falls....................................................... TENNESSEE Dependent Schools: Blount County.................................................. Bradley County................................................ Hamblen County............................................. Hamilton County.............................................. Jackson-Madison County................................ Knox County.................................................... Maury County.................................................. Memphis.......................................................... Montgomery County........................................ Nashville-Davidson County............................. Putnam County............................................... Robertson County........................................... Total
1

State sources

Local sources Taxes and parent government contribution Other local governments

Compensatory (Title I)

Total

1

Formula assistance

Total

1

Charges

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

11.0 4.6 1.9 2.7 1.1 .7 13.0 8.3 14.4 2.8 2.0 12.8 10.2 3.4 15.8 6.0 2.4

3.9 1.7 .3 1.1 .1 5.1 1.9 4.5 .3 .5 6.3 3.9 1.0 7.5 1.8 .9

44.2 21.8 15.5 22.0 17.1 17.6 44.5 44.2 37.2 14.1 19.7 53.4 33.8 21.4 61.7 30.7 14.7

29.9 10.7 5.9 10.1 7.1 7.4 25.2 24.4 22.4 4.5 8.4 34.9 20.5 9.4 44.3 15.3 3.8

44.8 73.6 82.7 75.3 81.7 81.7 42.6 47.5 48.4 83.1 78.3 33.8 56.0 75.2 22.5 63.3 82.9

42.5 58.8 77.4 69.5 78.0 75.9 29.3 44.0 36.4 77.8 74.5 29.4 42.4 60.7 19.3 58.5 79.4

.4 1.3 .1 1.7 .1 .9 1.6 .7 .3 .1 .5 .4 .1 .1

.5 1.2 3.2 1.9 1.9 1.9 .9 1.5 .8 2.0 1.7 .3 .8 1.2 1.5 2.5 1.5

100.0 100.0 100.0

6.6 13.2 5.2

.9 5.6 1.0

30.4 57.4 26.1

25.3 50.2 22.2

62.9 29.4 68.6

60.2 28.0 66.7

1.4 .6 .6

1.3 .3 1.1

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

10.8 10.2 9.2 9.1 10.6 11.8 6.1 11.2 10.0 8.2 8.1 9.1 11.5 5.1 4.7 8.1 8.4 10.2 6.1 6.7

3.0 2.2 2.7 2.3 3.3 3.5 1.4 2.6 2.4 2.3 2.3 2.1 2.3 .9 .6 2.2 2.0 3.5 .7 1.6

52.2 48.2 14.1 47.1 27.5 47.0 52.0 48.0 35.9 44.9 34.1 51.1 48.7 44.5 44.2 36.5 49.7 35.8 42.5 47.4

17.3 15.1 .4 15.5 5.8 13.2 18.5 14.4 8.4 14.1 9.9 15.8 17.4 14.3 12.5 8.6 16.4 9.0 14.8 15.7

37.0 41.7 76.7 43.8 61.9 41.2 41.8 40.8 54.1 46.9 57.8 39.8 39.8 50.4 51.2 55.5 41.9 54.0 51.4 45.9

30.2 34.4 70.5 30.4 49.8 27.3 28.4 32.2 48.5 32.9 49.0 25.7 25.6 38.8 42.1 46.5 29.1 47.2 42.5 37.8

2.0 .8 4.4 1.9 2.2 1.8 .2 3.0 1.1 2.2 1.8 1.9 2.0 .3 2.0 .5 .2

3.3 3.9 1.0 3.5 2.9 2.4 3.2 3.1 2.3 4.7 3.3 3.3 3.5 5.0 6.4 3.6 4.9 1.7 4.7 3.6

100.0 100.0

11.3 11.1

3.8 2.7

25.9 28.6

20.9 22.3

62.7 60.2

56.6 51.6

.8 .1

2.7 3.1

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

8.0 9.7 10.9 12.0 14.6 8.8 9.8 13.4 11.5 10.1 10.7 8.7

1.6 1.7 2.7 3.3 3.1 2.6 2.1 4.4 2.4 2.8 2.7 1.6

50.2 51.4 44.1 29.9 38.3 27.1 48.7 37.3 50.5 25.9 46.6 56.8

46.8 47.7 41.5 27.7 33.3 25.6 46.0 35.4 48.3 23.8 41.0 54.4

41.8 38.9 45.0 58.1 47.0 64.1 41.4 49.3 38.1 64.0 42.7 34.5

31.1 28.9 35.5 48.5 42.0 47.1 33.1 8.7 31.7 60.1 34.6 28.9

3.3 .6 .3 .1 .3 33.6 .1 .3 .3

6.3 9.1 8.3 7.9 3.9 5.2 7.4 3.6 5.7 3.1 7.2 5.0

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Table 16.

Percent Distribution of Revenue of Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Federal sources Geographic area Total TENNESSEE--Con. Dependent Schools--Con. Rutherford County........................................... Sevier County.................................................. Shelby County................................................. Sullivan County............................................... Sumner County............................................... Tipton County.................................................. Williamson County.......................................... Wilson County................................................. TEXAS Independent Schools: Abilene............................................................ Aldine.............................................................. Alief................................................................. Allen................................................................ Alvin................................................................ Amarillo........................................................... Arlington.......................................................... Austin.............................................................. Beaumont........................................................ Birdville............................................................ Brazosport....................................................... Brownsville...................................................... Bryan............................................................... Carrollton-Farmers Branch.............................. Clear Creek..................................................... Clint................................................................. Comal.............................................................. Conroe............................................................ Corpus Christi................................................. Crowley........................................................... Cypress-Fairbanks.......................................... Dallas.............................................................. Deer Park........................................................ Denton............................................................. Donna.............................................................. Duncanville...................................................... Eagle Mt-Saginaw........................................... Eagle Pass...................................................... Ector County................................................... Edgewood....................................................... Edinburg.......................................................... El Paso............................................................ Fort Bend........................................................ Fort Worth....................................................... Frisco.............................................................. Galena Park.................................................... Garland........................................................... Goose Creek................................................... Grand Prairie................................................... Grapevine-Colleyville...................................... Harlandale....................................................... Harlingen Consolidated................................... Hays Consolidated.......................................... Houston........................................................... Humble............................................................ Hurst-Euless-Bedford...................................... Irving............................................................... Judson............................................................. Katy................................................................. Keller............................................................... Killeen............................................................. Klein................................................................ La Joya............................................................ Lamar Consolidated........................................ Total
1

State sources

Local sources Taxes and parent government contribution Other local governments

Compensatory (Title I)

Total

1

Formula assistance

Total

1

Charges

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

6.8 8.7 5.6 8.3 7.4 10.7 3.7 6.7

1.0 2.1 .7 1.6 1.4 2.0 .3 1.0

48.3 33.8 43.7 41.5 50.3 64.4 37.9 47.7

46.0 31.5 41.9 38.4 48.5 61.2 35.6 45.9

44.8 57.5 50.7 50.2 42.2 24.9 58.4 45.6

38.4 49.0 42.7 41.8 32.1 17.2 48.4 31.6

.2 2.4 .1 .3 .8 .1 2.5

4.9 7.6 4.1 7.4 9.6 6.6 8.8 10.0

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

13.4 12.7 9.8 2.5 7.3 12.9 8.6 8.5 16.2 7.2 7.2 16.8 12.5 5.6 4.0 11.7 4.5 6.6 12.8 4.6 5.0 13.4 4.0 6.5 19.3 6.3 4.6 18.1 11.7 16.0 15.4 15.3 5.2 13.8 1.9 10.5 7.6 7.9 10.1 2.1 14.1 14.0 5.9 13.3 4.8 5.7 8.9 7.6 3.6 2.4 21.0 4.9 15.6 6.6

3.5 3.1 2.9 .2 1.6 4.2 2.3 2.5 3.6 .9 1.5 5.6 3.0 .9 .3 3.8 .8 1.5 4.1 .5 .6 5.2 .5 1.4 8.1 1.0 .4 7.3 3.7 5.7 5.7 6.1 .8 4.7 .1 2.1 1.4 2.2 2.5 .2 4.0 4.9 .9 4.7 .5 1.1 1.8 1.4 .2 .2 2.0 .6 6.6 1.6

48.4 51.1 47.3 25.1 46.2 45.4 29.0 14.6 21.4 30.5 15.3 65.8 36.8 13.9 22.1 72.2 15.4 24.7 42.6 35.2 32.7 19.7 12.8 20.7 70.5 37.5 20.5 64.5 42.0 67.3 57.2 49.2 35.6 36.1 15.1 47.2 43.8 16.6 52.0 12.9 64.3 56.1 47.6 20.0 37.4 17.4 37.0 45.4 36.0 25.8 54.8 40.8 67.0 29.5

40.6 44.5 39.0 19.9 38.6 38.6 22.0 10.3 15.9 23.1 11.1 58.9 29.5 10.5 17.8 59.2 11.5 18.3 34.6 26.9 25.3 14.2 9.2 15.6 58.1 30.4 16.1 57.3 36.0 55.1 51.0 41.0 28.8 29.5 11.5 39.4 36.2 12.6 42.9 9.8 50.8 48.5 37.8 15.2 30.2 13.1 29.6 37.0 27.6 19.0 47.1 33.2 56.9 23.3

38.1 36.2 42.9 72.4 46.5 41.8 62.3 76.9 62.4 62.2 77.4 17.4 50.7 80.5 73.9 16.2 80.1 68.7 44.5 60.1 62.2 66.9 83.2 72.8 10.2 56.1 74.9 17.4 46.4 16.6 27.3 35.5 59.3 50.1 82.9 42.3 48.6 75.5 37.9 85.0 21.6 29.9 46.5 66.6 57.9 76.9 54.1 47.0 60.4 71.8 24.2 54.3 17.3 64.0

32.1 31.3 38.4 64.3 36.6 35.5 57.6 72.7 53.7 53.9 73.3 12.6 43.3 74.1 65.8 11.4 68.8 61.3 39.7 53.3 53.9 62.0 77.0 65.1 7.9 51.1 64.3 14.7 40.6 10.9 23.2 31.8 51.7 45.3 71.4 37.8 42.0 63.9 33.2 74.1 12.7 25.2 39.7 59.1 48.2 67.6 48.6 41.6 53.6 60.7 17.6 47.0 11.0 56.7

.1 .4 .6 .1 .1 .2 .4 1.1 .1 .2 .2 .1 -

2.4 1.8 1.4 4.5 2.9 2.9 1.8 1.1 1.6 3.5 2.1 .5 2.0 1.8 3.6 .3 2.6 2.4 2.0 3.3 4.6 .8 2.3 2.6 .4 2.0 3.5 .9 2.1 .6 1.0 1.2 3.2 1.3 4.3 2.0 3.2 1.9 2.2 4.3 .8 1.6 2.1 .9 3.7 4.7 1.9 2.4 3.1 5.6 1.9 3.6 .4 2.1

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Table 16.

Percent Distribution of Revenue of Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Federal sources Geographic area Total TEXAS--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Laredo............................................................. Leander........................................................... Lewisville......................................................... Lubbock........................................................... Magnolia.......................................................... Mansfield......................................................... McAllen........................................................... McKinney........................................................ Mesquite.......................................................... Midland............................................................ Mission Consolidated...................................... North East....................................................... Northside......................................................... Northwest........................................................ Pasadena........................................................ Pearland.......................................................... Pflugerville....................................................... Pharr-San Juan-Alamo.................................... Plano............................................................... Richardson...................................................... Rockwall.......................................................... Round Rock.................................................... San Angelo...................................................... San Antonio..................................................... San Benito Consolidated................................. San Felipe-Del Rio Consolidated.................... Socorro............................................................ Southwest....................................................... Spring.............................................................. Spring Branch................................................. Tyler................................................................ United.............................................................. Victoria............................................................ Waco............................................................... Weslaco.......................................................... Wichita Falls.................................................... Ysleta.............................................................. UTAH Independent Schools: Alpine.............................................................. Box Elder County............................................ Cache County................................................. Davis County................................................... Granite............................................................ Jordan............................................................. Nebo................................................................ Ogden............................................................. Provo............................................................... Salt Lake City.................................................. Tooele County................................................. Washington County......................................... Weber County................................................. VIRGINIA Dependent Schools: Albemarle County............................................ Alexandria....................................................... Arlington County.............................................. Augusta County............................................... Bedford County............................................... Chesapeake.................................................... Chesterfield County......................................... Fairfax County................................................. Fauquier County.............................................. Frederick County............................................. Hampton.......................................................... Hanover County.............................................. Total
1

State sources

Local sources Taxes and parent government contribution Other local governments

Compensatory (Title I)

Total

1

Formula assistance

Total

1

Charges

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

16.1 3.7 5.0 14.4 5.5 3.9 13.8 4.3 6.6 11.2 15.5 5.5 7.5 2.3 10.4 4.4 5.2 15.5 3.2 7.3 3.8 5.2 13.4 18.0 19.6 16.3 10.3 12.2 6.9 9.9 12.2 11.3 12.2 16.9 18.1 13.4 14.0

5.8 .5 .4 3.8 .4 4.3 .7 1.2 3.0 5.8 .9 1.6 .5 2.7 .5 .3 5.7 .3 1.6 .5 .6 3.2 5.9 5.8 5.6 2.9 4.3 .7 2.6 3.0 3.0 3.3 5.5 7.8 2.6 4.8

64.1 22.8 16.9 34.7 47.6 39.6 46.3 22.6 52.3 28.2 66.0 24.5 36.7 10.0 50.3 28.7 30.1 64.0 14.0 18.1 18.7 15.5 50.5 49.5 68.4 62.0 64.1 63.4 44.2 17.7 26.5 51.1 36.8 44.1 65.6 38.2 60.0

52.4 18.6 12.7 27.9 38.5 30.0 38.9 18.9 41.9 21.6 57.0 19.8 29.0 7.5 42.1 23.6 23.4 55.7 10.1 13.8 14.5 11.3 44.6 39.5 58.0 53.3 52.7 53.8 35.6 11.5 21.8 43.5 29.7 36.6 58.3 30.8 50.9

19.8 73.5 78.1 50.9 46.9 56.6 39.9 73.2 41.2 60.6 18.4 69.9 55.7 87.7 39.3 66.9 64.7 20.5 82.8 74.6 77.5 79.2 36.1 32.5 12.0 21.8 25.7 24.4 48.9 72.4 61.3 37.5 51.0 39.0 16.3 48.3 25.9

10.5 62.3 69.0 45.4 40.7 45.7 34.2 63.6 34.3 55.3 13.0 63.0 49.5 77.7 32.6 57.6 56.8 14.9 74.8 69.1 68.8 69.8 31.0 27.5 9.6 16.5 20.6 15.8 42.5 66.4 55.4 33.4 45.0 34.9 11.9 41.7 20.4

2.9 .1 .1 .4 .1 .1 .3 .1 .1 -

.2 3.5 4.7 1.9 3.2 5.6 1.7 4.3 3.6 2.3 1.4 3.5 2.8 3.2 2.2 3.1 3.2 .3 4.2 2.4 4.1 3.6 2.2 .8 .6 1.2 1.1 1.1 3.5 1.9 2.2 1.2 3.3 1.5 1.1 3.0 1.0

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

8.7 10.4 7.2 8.3 11.0 7.1 8.1 16.1 11.7 13.5 6.9 8.0 8.0

1.1 1.2 .9 .7 2.2 .8 .1 3.3 1.9 2.2 .9 2.1 .6

60.8 60.5 66.1 59.9 56.7 51.9 61.7 52.2 54.9 35.3 60.7 49.9 63.1

32.4 31.2 33.1 31.9 29.8 28.0 31.3 24.8 26.4 31.8 25.8 32.3

30.5 29.1 26.7 31.8 32.3 41.0 30.3 31.7 33.5 51.2 32.4 42.1 28.9

24.5 21.1 19.6 23.4 27.2 33.3 24.8 22.2 27.7 44.7 25.9 36.5 21.5

1.2 .2 -

2.3 2.9 2.8 2.4 1.8 2.5 1.8 .8 1.5 2.0 2.5 1.8 2.5

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

3.8 5.7 3.8 6.7 5.2 5.5 4.2 3.7 3.8 3.7 9.0 3.9

.9 1.8 .9 1.1 1.4 1.3 .7 .7 .6 .7 2.9 .4

27.0 15.7 11.8 52.6 40.6 48.7 46.7 20.0 28.6 42.1 59.6 44.7

21.2 10.8 8.6 41.2 32.6 37.4 37.7 16.1 23.0 32.7 45.6 36.6

69.2 78.6 84.4 40.7 54.2 45.8 49.1 76.3 67.7 54.2 31.3 51.4

61.1 77.2 80.9 32.3 45.4 41.8 44.0 70.1 64.2 48.8 27.1 46.7

2.8 .4 5.0 5.6 2.0 .5 1.6 .3 2.2 1.5 .3

4.2 1.1 2.6 2.4 2.4 1.8 2.7 2.6 2.5 2.4 1.5 3.5

See footnotes at end of table.

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Table 16.

Percent Distribution of Revenue of Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Federal sources Geographic area Total VIRGINIA--Con. Dependent Schools--Con. Henrico County............................................... Loudoun County.............................................. Newport News................................................. Norfolk............................................................. Portsmouth...................................................... Prince William County..................................... Richmond........................................................ Roanoke.......................................................... Roanoke County............................................. Rockingham County........................................ Spotsylvania County....................................... Stafford County............................................... Suffolk............................................................. Virginia Beach................................................. Williamsburg-James City County.................... York County.................................................... WASHINGTON Independent Schools: Auburn............................................................. Battle Ground.................................................. Bellevue.......................................................... Bellingham...................................................... Bethel.............................................................. Central Kitsap.................................................. Central Valley.................................................. Clover Park..................................................... Edmonds......................................................... Everett............................................................. Evergreen........................................................ Federal Way.................................................... Highline........................................................... Issaquah.......................................................... Kennewick....................................................... Kent................................................................. Lake Washington............................................ Marysville........................................................ Mukilteo........................................................... North Thurston................................................ Northshore...................................................... Pasco.............................................................. Puyallup.......................................................... Renton............................................................. Richland.......................................................... Seattle............................................................. South Kitsap.................................................... Spokane.......................................................... Tacoma........................................................... Vancouver....................................................... Yakima............................................................ WEST VIRGINIA Independent Schools: Berkeley County.............................................. Cabell County.................................................. Harrison County.............................................. Kanawha County............................................. Monongalia County......................................... Raleigh County................................................ Wood County.................................................. WISCONSIN Independent Schools: Appleton Area................................................. Eau Claire Area............................................... Green Bay....................................................... Janesville........................................................ Kenosha.......................................................... Madison........................................................... Total
1

State sources

Local sources Taxes and parent government contribution Other local governments

Compensatory (Title I)

Total

1

Formula assistance

Total

1

Charges

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

5.4 1.4 9.3 13.2 13.7 4.2 13.4 8.4 4.1 5.7 4.0 5.0 7.0 7.6 3.7 11.4

1.0 .1 2.9 5.1 6.0 .9 4.6 1.6 .7 1.2 .7 .4 2.3 1.4 .7 .3

45.9 22.7 56.1 54.1 54.7 41.1 42.1 46.4 46.5 47.6 48.2 49.9 50.3 46.5 3.0 48.8

36.7 18.3 40.6 39.2 39.8 32.1 28.3 33.0 37.0 37.0 38.7 41.2 39.3 36.6 1.3 40.7

48.6 75.9 34.6 32.6 31.6 54.8 44.5 45.3 49.4 46.7 47.8 45.0 42.7 45.9 93.2 39.9

45.5 71.4 30.2 28.1 26.1 48.0 42.1 40.8 45.4 38.6 42.5 40.6 37.6 41.1 9.2 34.1

.3 .3 2.3 1.8 2.4 2.8 .7 2.7 .4 4.1 .9 .7 2.8 1.9 81.0 1.8

2.5 2.1 1.8 1.4 1.6 2.3 1.0 1.5 2.9 2.4 2.8 3.0 1.8 1.9 2.0 3.2

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

6.0 4.6 4.3 6.8 6.0 16.1 5.4 20.3 5.2 5.9 6.1 7.3 7.7 2.6 6.9 6.3 3.5 6.4 6.2 7.1 3.6 10.3 3.4 6.7 5.3 8.1 7.5 10.8 10.3 8.9 16.3

1.2 .7 .6 1.6 1.3 1.0 1.2 3.3 1.2 1.6 1.5 1.8 2.3 .3 1.9 1.2 .5 1.1 1.4 1.2 .5 3.2 .5 1.7 .8 2.4 1.6 3.5 3.4 3.5 6.5

58.1 80.0 48.3 58.0 67.8 61.0 67.1 56.1 53.3 57.4 65.4 64.2 49.6 51.3 71.2 60.3 55.2 62.7 58.0 61.8 54.8 69.1 65.2 53.9 71.9 48.2 71.6 62.5 53.0 62.8 68.2

45.0 47.7 37.3 45.7 45.1 45.3 49.9 37.8 41.3 42.7 48.4 47.6 36.7 40.4 49.7 46.6 42.3 46.7 45.1 47.3 42.6 46.5 42.5 39.1 36.3 34.8 53.6 44.0 36.0 46.2 45.1

35.8 15.4 47.4 35.2 26.2 22.9 27.5 23.7 41.5 36.8 28.4 28.5 42.7 46.1 21.9 33.4 41.2 30.9 35.8 31.1 41.7 20.6 31.4 39.4 22.8 43.8 20.9 26.8 36.7 28.3 15.5

27.9 7.7 33.0 27.5 18.4 17.5 21.8 15.9 29.4 29.0 22.2 22.8 24.4 34.0 16.8 27.0 31.9 18.7 30.3 23.7 32.1 17.0 23.3 33.0 15.8 35.8 15.4 20.5 30.2 23.2 12.4

.5 .2 .2 .2 .2 .2 .7 .1 .3 .3 .1 .1 .2 .2 .3 .1 .2 .3 .8

3.1 3.5 7.2 3.1 2.9 3.6 4.6 1.7 3.0 3.0 2.6 3.7 1.9 7.4 2.9 3.3 5.1 3.0 2.9 3.4 4.5 1.7 3.0 3.0 2.6 2.3 3.7 2.7 1.7 2.4 1.1

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

9.1 12.3 9.9 12.2 10.6 11.5 11.7

2.2 4.3 3.1 3.6 1.7 3.6 3.7

54.3 51.1 57.2 52.4 46.3 57.3 56.1

31.3 30.9 34.2 28.8 25.7 34.0 34.1

36.6 36.6 32.9 35.4 43.1 31.2 32.1

30.2 29.9 29.9 31.7 35.9 27.2 25.8

2.6 .6 .4 .2 1.2 -

2.0 1.0 1.0 2.3 4.8 .9 1.5

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

5.5 5.2 7.0 5.5 6.6 5.8

1.0 1.3 1.9 1.1 2.3 1.2

56.3 51.5 59.6 64.2 59.7 24.9

51.6 46.2 52.5 58.9 53.7 17.0

38.2 43.2 33.4 30.3 33.7 69.3

31.2 38.2 30.4 25.9 30.3 63.1

3.2 1.4 .7 1.2 .2 1.0

2.4 2.4 1.6 2.0 2.1 2.8

See footnotes at end of table.

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Table 16.

Percent Distribution of Revenue of Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Federal sources Geographic area Total WISCONSIN--Con. Independent Schools--Con Milwaukee....................................................... Oshkosh Area................................................. Racine............................................................ Sheboygan Area............................................. Waukesha....................................................... WYOMING Independent Schools: Laramie County 1........................................... Natrona County..............................................
1

State sources

Local sources Taxes and parent government contribution Other local governments

Total1

Compensatory (Title I)

Total1

Formula assistance

Total1

Charges

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

13.9 5.8 7.1 4.9 3.5

5.7 1.1 2.6 1.1 .4

62.6 60.0 63.5 61.8 40.5

51.2 54.4 52.5 56.5 34.6

23.5 34.2 29.4 33.3 56.0

20.2 30.4 26.9 28.1 49.3

1.4 .6 .4 3.5

1.1 1.9 1.5 2.0 2.0

100.0 100.0

7.4 8.4

2.2 2.4

73.9 65.7

60.1 56.0

18.7 25.9

11.7 17.1

3.9 4.9

1.1 1.1

Includes amounts not shown separately.

Notes: See Appendix B for a description of state-specific reporting anomalies. Where state accounting practices permit, revenue from other school systems are included under "Other local governments." Some data appear under local sources for Hawaii's state-operated school system for consistency with data presented for all other school systems. Due to enrollments under 10,000, Maine and Vermont are not shown on the individual unit tables.

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Table 17.

Per Pupil Amounts for Current Spending of Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07

(Dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.)

SOURCE: 2007 Census of Governments Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems. Data are not subject to sampling error, but for information on nonsampling error and definitions, see introductory text. Data users who create their own estimates from these tables should cite the U.S. Census Bureau as the source of the original data only. Current spending For selected objects Geographic area Enrollment1 ALABAMA Independent Schools: Baldwin County........................................... Birmingham................................................ Cullman County.......................................... Elmore County............................................ Hoover........................................................ Huntsville.................................................... Jefferson County........................................ Madison County.......................................... Mobile County............................................. Montgomery County................................... Shelby County............................................ Tuscaloosa................................................. Tuscaloosa County..................................... ALASKA Dependent Schools: Anchorage.................................................. Fairbanks North Star Borough.................... Matanuska-Susitna Borough...................... ARIZONA Independent Schools: Alhambra Elementary................................. Amphitheater Unified.................................. Cartwright Elementary................................ Chandler Unified......................................... Deer Valley Unified..................................... Dysart Unified............................................. Flagstaff Unified.......................................... Gilbert Unified............................................. Glendale Elementary.................................. Glendale Union High.................................. Kyrene Elementary..................................... Marana Unified........................................... Mesa Unified............................................... Paradise Valley Unified.............................. Pendergast Elementary.............................. Peoria Unified............................................. Phoenix Union High.................................... Roosevelt Elementary................................ Scottsdale Unified....................................... Sunnyside Unified....................................... Tempe Elementary..................................... Tempe Union High...................................... Tucson Unified............................................ Washington Elementary............................. Yuma Elementary....................................... Yuma Union High....................................... ARKANSAS Independent Schools: Bentonville.................................................. Fort Smith................................................... Little Rock................................................... Pulaski County Special............................... Rogers........................................................ Springdale.................................................. CALIFORNIA Independent Schools: ABC Unified................................................ Alameda Unified......................................... Alhambra.................................................... Alum Rock Union Elementary..................... Alvord Unified............................................. Anaheim Elementary.................................. See footnotes at end of table. Salaries and Total
2

For selected functions Instruction Support services Employee benefits Total
2

Employee benefits Total
2

Salaries and wages

Pupil support

Staff support

General administration

School administration

wages

26,286 29,435 10,035 10,662 12,039 23,065 36,290 18,754 65,097 31,867 25,635 10,338 16,712

9,080 9,627 7,862 7,485 10,941 9,251 7,963 7,635 8,396 7,979 8,692 8,630 7,733

5,345 5,939 4,524 4,142 6,000 5,534 4,762 4,554 4,668 4,772 5,113 4,892 4,370

2,069 2,092 1,808 1,712 2,376 2,063 1,880 1,806 1,914 1,914 2,027 1,938 1,780

5,300 5,035 4,587 4,470 6,411 5,545 4,839 4,505 4,601 4,492 5,226 4,971 4,682

3,497 3,367 3,076 2,793 3,852 3,720 3,189 3,026 2,917 2,991 3,378 3,142 2,983

1,292 1,192 1,139 1,086 1,414 1,316 1,179 1,130 1,125 1,143 1,292 1,183 1,135

3,351 4,071 2,720 2,597 3,918 3,224 2,609 2,642 3,247 2,976 2,915 3,137 2,413

479 659 423 335 575 380 347 390 433 490 460 525 365

525 838 353 406 534 529 325 396 490 571 520 350 226

150 295 133 165 124 182 142 119 164 156 121 328 156

629 665 521 421 766 612 558 521 495 452 532 598 539

49,230 15,017 15,945

10,466 11,583 10,295

5,987 6,283 5,461

2,889 3,127 2,656

6,153 6,569 5,940

3,899 4,027 3,741

1,784 1,996 1,837

4,022 4,733 4,065

779 867 826

622 606 443

84 119 48

614 668 725

15,831 16,557 20,565 33,911 36,059 20,700 11,254 37,797 14,237 15,067 18,242 13,186 74,128 34,648 10,061 38,835 25,733 12,691 24,653 17,476 13,601 14,131 60,333 24,849 10,692 10,447

6,420 7,149 6,534 6,559 6,240 6,875 7,577 6,022 6,407 7,528 6,552 6,467 6,908 6,845 6,545 6,384 9,589 7,788 8,233 7,020 7,757 6,477 7,553 7,089 6,818 7,018

4,269 4,758 4,456 4,122 4,081 3,663 4,582 3,991 4,067 4,725 4,317 4,078 4,757 4,050 4,026 4,135 5,640 4,940 5,401 4,716 5,165 4,189 5,061 4,274 3,709 3,544

1,044 1,189 1,168 1,057 1,076 927 1,502 1,050 1,305 1,347 1,078 1,007 1,152 1,188 1,132 1,279 2,129 1,331 1,327 1,110 1,451 1,249 1,421 1,258 1,247 1,005

3,904 3,930 4,057 3,930 3,783 3,766 4,399 3,641 3,637 4,357 4,100 3,763 4,213 4,069 3,629 3,763 5,195 4,560 4,839 3,994 4,305 3,953 3,990 4,261 3,523 3,770

2,898 2,997 3,042 2,820 2,771 2,625 3,046 2,739 2,541 3,106 3,127 2,827 3,207 2,744 2,599 2,746 3,666 3,258 3,476 3,004 3,193 2,824 3,011 2,896 2,546 2,485

711 720 759 702 708 664 999 705 835 859 762 671 765 846 727 876 1,243 876 929 703 872 851 823 855 811 682

2,044 2,815 2,117 2,303 2,154 2,786 2,916 2,039 2,352 2,813 2,166 2,450 2,321 2,487 2,519 2,303 4,122 2,736 3,056 2,740 3,078 2,237 3,223 2,405 2,853 2,842

389 470 439 391 414 380 571 451 344 498 404 406 398 520 490 522 1,095 440 584 645 686 406 665 568 389 446

185 342 241 204 126 158 248 124 183 299 225 133 177 247 282 286 294 216 344 172 355 232 245 149 79 171

97 63 46 23 71 61 45 16 58 66 43 57 32 132 79 32 40 67 42 55 106 99 125 44 103 54

266 327 411 316 311 357 400 259 450 324 310 331 422 317 378 342 321 435 421 374 393 287 471 331 471 238

11,120 13,731 26,879 18,374 13,492 16,852

7,991 8,071 10,442 8,680 7,814 7,889

5,295 5,238 6,143 5,552 5,326 5,167

1,350 1,494 1,840 1,559 1,338 1,332

4,868 4,680 5,755 5,162 5,109 5,087

3,517 3,234 4,007 3,616 3,706 3,595

873 919 1,172 979 934 938

2,728 3,003 4,324 3,083 2,297 2,425

416 541 483 447 355 290

397 781 748 497 427 407

98 55 150 92 63 123

548 473 589 523 459 468

21,151 10,259 19,149 13,562 19,847 19,958

8,326 8,057 8,765 8,781 8,130 8,615

5,950 5,727 5,396 5,610 5,244 5,959

1,690 1,310 2,278 1,667 1,444 1,741

5,149 5,351 5,280 5,456 5,288 5,365

3,766 3,870 3,324 3,651 3,840 3,920

971 840 1,325 1,029 946 1,022

2,912 2,533 3,138 2,935 2,529 3,251

332 287 523 249 362 512

397 441 481 672 301 528

42 73 35 98 30 59

609 554 554 548 528 640

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Table 17.

Per Pupil Amounts for Current Spending of Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Current spending For selected objects Geographic area Enrollment1 CALIFORNIA--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Anaheim Union High.................................... Antelope Valley Union High.......................... Antioch Unified............................................. Apple Valley Unified..................................... Arcadia Unified............................................. Azusa Unified............................................... Bakersfield Elementary................................ Baldwin Park Unified.................................... Bellflower Unified.......................................... Bonita Unified............................................... Burbank Unified............................................ Cajon Valley Union Elementary.................... Capistrano Unified........................................ Carlsbad Unified........................................... Central Unified.............................................. Ceres Unified................................................ Chaffey Union High...................................... Chico Unified................................................ Chino Unified................................................ Chula Vista Elementary................................ Clovis Unified............................................... Coachella Valley Unified.............................. Colton Joint Unified...................................... Compton Unified........................................... Conejo Valley Unified................................... Corona-Norco Unified................................... Covina-Valley Unified................................... Cupertino Union Elementary........................ Desert Sands Unified................................... Downey Unified............................................ East Side Union High................................... El Monte Elementary.................................... El Monte Union High.................................... El Rancho Unified......................................... Elk Grove Unified......................................... Escondido Union Elementary....................... Etiwanda Elementary................................... Evergreen Elementary.................................. Fairfield-Suisun Unified................................ Folsom-Cordova Unified............................... Fontana Unified............................................ Fremont Unified............................................ Fremont Union High..................................... Fresno Unified.............................................. Fullerton Elementary.................................... Fullerton Joint Union High............................ Garden Grove Unified.................................. Gilroy Unified................................................ Glendale Unified........................................... Grant Joint Union High................................. Grossmont Union High................................. Hacienda La Puente Unified......................... Hayward Unified........................................... Hemet Unified............................................... Hesperia Unified........................................... Huntington Beach Union High...................... Inglewood Unified......................................... Irvine Unified................................................ Jurupa Unified.............................................. Kern Union High........................................... La Mesa-Spring Valley................................. Lake Elsinore Unified................................... Lancaster Elementary.................................. Las Virgenes Unified.................................... Livermore Valley Joint Unified...................... Lodi Unified.................................................. Salaries and Total 2 wages Employee benefits Total 2 Instruction Salaries and wages Employee benefits Total 2 For selected functions Support services Pupil support Staff support General administration School administration

33,077 26,341 20,476 15,741 10,083 11,353 27,403 19,784 15,009 10,053 16,784 16,613 51,512 10,549 13,515 11,885 25,102 13,540 33,235 26,891 37,101 17,499 24,565 28,538 22,274 49,865 15,015 16,971 28,277 22,456 25,998 10,574 10,379 11,495 61,881 19,432 12,042 13,333 23,074 18,793 41,812 32,087 10,228 77,555 13,613 16,499 48,802 10,116 27,420 13,488 23,870 22,355 21,804 23,541 21,890 15,913 15,945 25,821 20,604 36,086 13,391 21,525 16,317 11,936 13,365 31,266

8,754 7,540 7,550 6,942 7,634 8,422 9,098 7,794 8,092 7,832 7,868 8,497 7,613 7,822 7,486 8,125 7,735 8,221 7,101 7,724 8,433 9,146 8,000 8,157 7,772 7,695 8,142 7,665 8,210 7,935 8,526 9,473 8,698 8,210 7,943 7,980 6,774 7,341 7,306 7,724 8,351 7,703 8,966 8,995 8,185 7,649 8,478 8,358 8,104 9,661 9,067 8,838 8,313 7,899 7,111 8,432 8,230 8,296 8,442 8,923 8,189 7,933 7,732 8,191 8,086 8,015

5,843 4,685 4,819 4,297 5,323 5,857 5,516 5,220 5,334 4,980 5,112 5,454 5,233 4,951 4,723 5,136 5,204 5,029 4,941 5,213 5,125 5,637 5,151 4,888 5,137 5,258 5,728 5,140 5,273 5,198 5,761 5,951 6,455 5,236 5,128 4,998 4,400 4,691 4,860 5,203 5,286 5,749 5,846 5,477 5,383 4,886 5,630 5,240 5,132 6,229 6,211 6,340 6,134 4,974 4,192 5,845 4,974 5,408 5,549 5,721 5,835 4,914 4,867 5,168 4,981 5,304

1,761 1,582 1,463 1,567 1,223 1,401 2,040 1,552 1,655 1,321 1,618 1,572 1,440 1,558 1,619 1,334 1,574 2,077 1,260 1,376 2,082 1,956 1,689 1,456 1,712 1,171 1,609 1,421 1,780 1,755 2,048 1,628 1,625 1,791 1,618 1,555 1,178 1,719 1,354 1,378 1,643 1,022 1,835 2,303 1,498 1,582 1,998 1,617 1,785 1,778 1,735 1,970 1,004 1,515 1,298 1,881 1,794 1,495 1,444 2,031 1,485 1,620 1,840 1,651 1,668 1,331

5,410 4,662 4,905 4,386 4,998 5,296 5,621 4,914 5,209 5,039 5,180 5,312 4,913 4,895 4,357 4,984 4,889 5,662 4,660 4,861 5,064 5,145 4,656 4,858 5,073 4,885 4,865 5,090 5,117 5,268 4,963 5,704 4,906 5,071 5,090 5,114 4,577 5,139 4,478 4,902 5,021 5,199 5,042 5,237 5,325 4,682 5,394 4,733 5,448 4,829 5,293 5,252 5,231 4,807 4,187 4,870 4,904 5,379 5,321 4,838 5,090 4,845 4,886 5,115 5,258 4,944

3,899 3,173 3,416 2,898 3,736 3,791 3,698 3,177 3,607 3,312 3,543 3,812 3,660 3,407 2,954 3,428 3,539 3,680 3,517 3,528 3,327 3,426 3,309 3,134 3,552 3,744 3,534 3,594 3,570 3,650 3,512 4,034 3,438 3,496 3,557 3,544 3,315 3,606 3,177 3,454 3,486 4,088 3,450 3,436 3,717 3,263 3,781 3,319 3,615 3,292 3,737 3,596 4,028 3,391 2,879 3,517 3,138 3,707 3,929 3,397 3,772 3,408 3,435 3,641 3,546 3,552

1,114 1,005 989 1,025 832 856 1,296 917 1,065 817 1,104 1,020 946 1,012 952 864 1,004 1,481 815 895 1,226 1,052 1,014 884 1,096 756 946 947 1,096 1,188 1,180 1,057 829 1,117 1,059 1,027 871 1,243 824 863 1,018 665 1,090 1,421 970 913 1,243 966 1,201 898 939 1,118 629 962 860 1,081 1,060 970 919 1,107 870 972 1,177 1,134 1,117 864

2,815 2,652 2,354 2,249 2,345 2,781 3,007 2,610 2,554 2,646 2,465 2,825 2,466 2,720 2,845 2,762 2,655 2,306 2,221 2,568 3,125 3,539 2,997 2,854 2,479 2,492 2,914 2,373 2,789 2,315 3,354 3,252 3,447 2,781 2,558 2,518 1,994 1,952 2,516 2,525 3,002 2,335 3,705 3,344 2,547 2,810 2,737 3,211 2,363 4,478 3,507 3,204 2,812 2,800 2,599 3,362 3,001 2,729 2,751 3,781 2,739 2,721 2,452 2,914 2,590 2,746

508 451 147 253 300 371 279 244 320 381 330 358 352 467 384 350 566 402 329 498 458 280 510 353 340 374 407 145 429 378 688 401 749 311 291 242 281 120 271 326 406 231 447 431 247 490 398 519 321 478 470 378 301 337 247 537 286 428 359 597 423 280 310 385 340 318

250 205 247 197 226 468 699 698 354 235 352 369 319 314 335 417 319 151 259 380 539 263 370 202 227 278 369 372 472 173 666 654 365 349 331 511 209 304 395 296 410 322 647 859 494 237 343 528 258 684 464 636 388 381 146 388 626 393 465 500 500 285 412 405 371 436

36 29 42 31 34 76 110 33 100 91 45 34 50 57 31 70 22 56 35 25 39 43 53 67 29 41 57 47 37 70 46 84 42 76 37 33 38 34 60 42 20 37 141 33 75 57 31 88 69 164 74 32 36 45 69 128 117 41 33 31 46 48 28 138 62 48

568 661 570 451 512 584 611 435 546 518 617 480 567 525 611 664 380 540 514 456 531 1,124 486 471 582 541 573 483 529 504 546 527 565 639 541 470 428 434 565 563 605 520 777 489 597 559 543 501 546 758 681 581 596 521 605 658 484 522 429 706 504 505 560 614 601 503

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Table 17.

Per Pupil Amounts for Current Spending of Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Current spending For selected objects Geographic area Enrollment1 CALIFORNIA--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Lompoc Unified............................................ Long Beach Unified...................................... Los Angeles Unified..................................... Lucia Mar Unified......................................... Lynwood Unified........................................... Madera Unified............................................. Manteca Unified........................................... Merced Elementary...................................... Merced Union High....................................... Modesto City School District........................ Montebello Unified........................................ Monterey Peninsula Unified......................... Moreno Valley Unified.................................. Mount Diablo Unified.................................... Murrieta Valley Unified................................. Napa Valley Unified...................................... Natomas Unified........................................... New Haven Unified....................................... Newport-Mesa Unified.................................. Norwalk-La Mirada Unified........................... Oak Grove Elementary................................. Oakland Unified............................................ Oceanside Unified........................................ Ontario-Montclair Elementary....................... Orange Unified............................................. Oxnard Elementary...................................... Oxnard Union High....................................... Pajaro Valley Joint Unified........................... Palm Springs Unified.................................... Palmdale Elementary................................... Palo Alto Unified........................................... Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified................... Panama Buena Vista Union Elementary...... Paramount Unified........................................ Pasadena Unified......................................... Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified...................... Pleasanton Unified....................................... Pomona Unified............................................ Porterville Unified......................................... Poway Unified.............................................. Redlands Unified.......................................... Rialto Unified................................................ Rio Linda Union Elementary......................... Riverside Unified.......................................... Rocklin Unified............................................. Rowland Unified........................................... Sacramento Unified...................................... Saddleback Valley Unified............................ Salinas Union High....................................... San Bernardino Unified................................ San Diego Unified........................................ San Dieguito Union High.............................. San Francisco Unified.................................. San Jose Unified.......................................... San Juan Unified.......................................... San Lorenzo Unified..................................... San Marcos Unified...................................... San Ramon Valley Unified........................... Santa Ana Unified........................................ Santa Barbara.............................................. Santa Clara Unified...................................... Santa Maria-Bonita Elementary................... Santa Monica-Malibu Unified....................... Santa Rosa City Schools.............................. Saugus Union Elementary............................ Simi Valley Unified....................................... Salaries and Total 2 wages Employee benefits Total 2 Instruction Salaries and wages Employee benefits Total 2 For selected functions Support services Pupil support Staff support General administration School administration

10,791 90,663 707,627 10,866 17,712 18,643 23,643 10,965 10,616 32,584 33,819 11,607 37,351 35,685 21,246 17,418 10,821 13,104 21,421 22,551 11,899 47,013 21,075 24,177 30,327 15,441 16,321 19,162 24,263 22,509 10,931 12,030 15,792 16,044 20,827 26,419 14,632 31,817 13,371 32,873 21,438 29,708 10,561 43,464 10,155 17,254 49,355 33,909 13,557 57,398 130,983 12,375 56,183 31,702 47,862 11,858 16,844 24,737 57,286 16,118 14,151 12,911 11,911 16,720 10,521 21,435

8,064 8,753 10,364 7,629 8,969 8,206 7,459 8,651 8,086 8,499 8,888 8,095 7,863 8,433 7,214 8,023 7,370 8,488 10,104 8,478 7,874 9,096 8,401 8,904 8,204 8,731 8,254 10,362 8,007 7,686 12,923 8,272 7,817 9,107 9,493 7,973 8,767 9,203 8,563 8,974 7,414 8,199 8,092 7,899 7,289 8,341 9,396 7,631 7,982 8,860 9,682 8,740 8,716 9,204 8,648 7,981 7,718 8,091 9,329 7,857 9,039 8,340 10,149 8,314 7,970 7,424

5,428 5,858 6,563 4,881 5,409 4,955 4,713 5,693 5,052 6,124 6,013 5,019 4,979 5,376 4,823 5,576 4,706 6,041 6,101 5,505 5,071 5,256 5,583 5,818 5,196 5,279 5,112 5,968 4,852 4,346 8,488 5,425 4,982 5,881 5,530 5,255 6,059 5,937 5,277 5,694 4,974 5,208 5,117 5,016 4,684 5,647 5,602 5,160 5,158 5,693 5,929 5,688 5,158 5,546 5,484 5,373 4,870 5,203 5,759 5,380 6,324 4,973 7,023 5,395 5,503 4,920

1,521 1,995 2,195 1,534 1,824 1,865 1,502 1,894 1,706 1,288 1,911 1,832 1,427 1,564 1,417 1,248 1,362 1,347 2,230 1,769 1,618 1,918 1,517 1,551 1,752 1,847 1,929 2,494 1,739 2,007 2,551 1,325 1,675 1,784 1,983 1,433 1,241 1,763 2,142 1,434 1,490 1,576 1,658 1,593 1,329 1,588 2,230 1,544 1,908 1,623 2,151 1,570 2,009 2,082 1,804 1,376 1,577 1,531 1,953 1,397 1,840 1,689 2,078 1,121 1,348 1,762

4,731 5,415 6,256 4,790 5,428 4,948 4,635 5,539 4,750 5,155 5,272 4,655 4,825 5,431 4,701 5,054 4,502 5,551 5,739 5,064 5,043 5,024 5,199 5,678 5,085 5,710 4,962 5,916 4,983 4,748 8,480 5,514 4,917 5,442 5,443 4,980 5,744 5,244 5,537 5,208 4,776 4,664 5,109 4,958 4,390 5,118 5,473 5,253 4,408 5,150 5,441 4,980 4,568 5,327 5,334 4,888 4,798 5,164 5,823 4,960 5,598 5,092 6,395 5,233 5,192 4,869

3,494 3,674 4,108 3,358 3,417 3,165 3,106 3,934 3,212 3,993 3,666 3,151 3,412 3,653 3,395 3,703 3,161 4,212 3,729 3,473 3,574 2,850 3,771 3,937 3,483 3,720 3,317 3,750 3,350 3,049 5,886 3,828 3,454 3,848 3,440 3,562 4,421 3,623 3,639 3,722 3,399 3,320 3,586 3,365 3,258 3,632 3,434 3,847 3,075 3,586 3,754 3,543 3,224 3,547 3,593 3,524 3,267 3,630 3,958 3,672 4,015 3,507 4,426 3,682 3,920 3,400

906 1,190 1,380 983 1,190 1,122 977 1,206 1,013 711 1,113 1,031 919 902 899 779 854 767 1,287 1,075 1,161 1,017 945 1,043 1,043 1,238 1,182 1,410 1,111 1,390 1,706 900 1,097 1,105 1,166 885 682 964 1,392 858 951 936 1,029 990 827 951 1,355 1,103 967 947 1,240 869 1,173 1,306 1,148 819 1,023 1,010 1,322 907 1,121 1,140 1,241 680 912 1,177

3,047 2,993 3,739 2,517 3,185 2,872 2,541 2,695 3,000 3,027 3,275 2,983 2,701 2,723 2,287 2,679 2,602 2,590 3,967 3,058 2,529 3,784 2,925 2,895 2,867 2,644 2,969 4,107 2,740 2,546 4,252 2,245 2,572 3,118 3,653 2,720 2,670 3,584 2,582 3,219 2,431 3,171 2,612 2,631 2,703 2,901 3,603 2,193 3,340 3,317 3,913 3,533 3,780 3,587 3,031 2,721 2,646 2,754 3,130 2,647 3,132 2,854 3,487 2,746 2,386 2,367

430 475 461 360 345 353 402 239 492 453 461 320 422 240 360 336 281 260 525 341 277 476 379 412 346 214 590 591 330 303 491 390 361 327 611 286 389 721 433 354 350 334 234 291 280 408 483 313 703 518 655 421 480 400 301 279 341 312 334 432 345 279 482 364 326 290

352 408 869 247 460 246 283 561 346 540 539 483 299 367 177 328 231 416 756 646 325 985 304 319 559 361 262 1,076 420 500 642 149 314 519 656 491 421 712 445 446 218 636 267 352 249 421 639 237 528 609 615 405 1,054 1,020 552 420 350 356 533 341 536 578 489 356 228 237

58 41 81 80 129 75 25 58 100 32 41 79 27 22 50 35 65 68 69 40 59 89 106 24 44 104 87 134 53 20 68 49 31 58 66 56 29 41 44 39 33 39 35 68 57 32 56 28 56 51 84 70 191 37 47 57 71 49 18 59 75 75 80 79 56 71

584 516 723 486 687 713 647 617 703 659 662 673 478 664 453 517 566 503 687 480 424 680 601 709 616 643 643 677 515 482 885 457 439 710 570 486 377 628 419 452 544 588 524 590 520 650 804 456 591 652 674 720 653 691 696 552 478 604 761 554 678 506 763 708 550 529

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Table 17.

Per Pupil Amounts for Current Spending of Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Current spending For selected objects Geographic area Enrollment1 CALIFORNIA--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Stockton Unified........................................... Sweetwater Union High................................ Temecula Valley Unified............................... Torrance Unified........................................... Tracy Joint Unified........................................ Turlock.......................................................... Tustin Unified............................................... Upland Unified.............................................. Vacaville Unified........................................... Val Verde Unified......................................... Vallejo Unified.............................................. Ventura Unified............................................. Victor Elementary......................................... Victor Valley Union High............................... Visalia Unified............................................... Vista Unified................................................. Walnut Valley Unified................................... West Contra Costa Unified........................... West Covina Unified..................................... Whittier Union High...................................... William S Hart Union High............................ Woodland Joint Unified................................ Yuba City Unified.......................................... Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified................... Dependent Schools: Los Angeles County Office of Education...... COLORADO Independent Schools: Academy...................................................... Adams-Arapahoe......................................... Boulder Valley.............................................. Brighton........................................................ Cherry Creek................................................ Colorado Springs.......................................... Denver.......................................................... Douglas County............................................ Falcon........................................................... Greeley......................................................... Harrison........................................................ Jefferson County.......................................... Littleton......................................................... Mesa County Valley..................................... Northglenn-Thornton.................................... Poudre.......................................................... Pueblo.......................................................... St Vrain Valley.............................................. Thompson.................................................... Westminster................................................. CONNECTICUT Dependent Schools: Bridgeport..................................................... Hartford........................................................ New Britain................................................... New Haven................................................... Norwalk........................................................ Stamford....................................................... Waterbury..................................................... West Hartford............................................... DELAWARE Independent Schools: Brandywine................................................... Christina....................................................... Colonial........................................................ Red Clay....................................................... Salaries and Total 2 wages Employee benefits Total 2 Instruction Salaries and wages Employee benefits Total 2 For selected functions Support services Pupil support Staff support General administration School administration

38,617 42,085 28,680 25,288 17,375 13,944 20,515 14,128 13,268 18,922 17,746 17,285 11,705 13,402 26,384 26,977 15,490 31,539 12,238 13,704 24,318 10,690 13,060 10,049

8,759 8,851 7,347 7,466 7,166 8,147 7,465 6,626 7,393 8,840 8,463 8,350 6,897 6,217 7,628 7,496 7,208 9,098 6,223 8,651 7,665 8,028 7,773 7,460

5,529 6,102 4,999 5,053 4,611 5,668 4,705 4,362 5,018 4,928 5,108 5,265 4,242 3,626 4,839 4,777 4,912 5,314 3,938 5,690 4,781 5,310 4,786 4,701

1,841 1,558 1,340 1,581 1,438 1,312 1,510 1,332 1,452 1,425 1,633 2,005 1,394 1,448 1,665 1,676 1,415 2,119 1,042 1,756 1,501 1,360 1,639 1,442

5,362 5,311 4,980 5,122 4,666 5,542 4,826 4,484 4,580 5,486 4,876 4,806 4,397 3,628 4,749 4,933 4,501 5,463 3,567 5,195 4,392 4,561 4,665 4,693

3,584 3,820 3,725 3,458 3,266 4,050 3,327 3,187 3,353 3,356 3,248 3,330 3,080 2,274 3,258 3,290 3,327 3,451 2,637 3,628 3,068 3,404 3,109 3,315

1,149 945 912 1,054 979 914 957 909 899 858 1,008 1,077 939 882 1,053 1,072 889 1,358 658 1,062 894 810 1,106 965

3,071 3,311 2,183 2,105 2,285 2,289 2,385 1,896 2,578 2,997 3,310 2,876 2,206 2,357 2,566 2,273 2,491 3,326 2,421 3,125 3,121 3,150 2,795 2,512

477 563 364 282 256 269 321 246 379 473 291 441 226 344 217 293 479 377 251 673 533 362 322 361

498 472 256 174 416 263 250 203 430 308 591 330 210 255 282 395 332 770 313 514 401 527 358 236

67 52 36 25 34 38 47 26 55 49 71 34 52 56 61 21 63 89 52 58 32 50 45 43

562 723 422 422 483 586 493 386 544 545 555 638 436 462 619 514 421 501 457 370 595 614 607 493

11,008

57,064

21,172

7,193

27,426

10,144

3,398

28,636

5,814

8,709

442

2,112

21,204 33,831 28,171 11,569 49,684 30,029 72,561 50,370 12,256 18,069 11,165 86,154 15,989 21,173 37,341 25,430 17,915 24,011 15,310 10,683

7,698 7,889 8,523 6,880 8,222 9,431 9,063 7,916 6,095 7,468 7,834 8,202 8,197 7,196 7,719 7,982 7,729 7,295 7,853 8,556

5,021 5,339 5,992 4,260 5,671 5,385 5,402 5,217 3,850 4,851 5,326 5,416 5,770 4,860 5,171 5,084 5,033 4,620 4,750 5,770

1,026 1,103 1,263 1,040 1,194 1,242 1,410 1,162 827 1,114 1,040 1,591 1,235 1,002 1,121 1,236 1,195 985 1,042 1,196

4,628 4,779 5,271 4,038 5,427 5,039 4,757 4,780 3,539 4,361 4,501 4,890 5,066 4,598 4,759 4,562 4,541 4,202 4,129 4,900

3,287 3,469 3,858 2,837 4,116 3,496 3,180 3,488 2,459 3,193 3,311 3,427 3,818 3,357 3,374 3,250 3,336 3,095 3,017 3,707

657 721 803 694 843 805 820 773 534 708 662 1,013 792 680 716 774 779 652 637 766

2,898 2,831 3,059 2,555 2,547 4,138 3,987 2,783 2,363 2,806 3,011 2,965 2,708 2,322 2,617 3,214 2,843 2,794 3,498 3,325

286 384 351 326 427 296 365 266 408 437 449 344 262 384 305 422 436 308 489 523

298 322 485 174 302 578 696 381 300 499 529 533 356 312 332 488 474 268 443 354

125 127 127 139 76 203 59 64 159 89 91 74 80 76 53 106 52 61 64 218

718 584 634 468 425 577 622 570 352 431 566 629 587 466 656 532 440 554 448 691

21,248 22,329 10,941 19,981 10,739 15,045 18,210 10,127

12,681 16,574 12,146 15,633 14,909 15,813 12,783 12,605

7,686 9,562 7,507 8,486 9,327 9,803 7,237 8,172

2,776 3,737 2,441 3,584 3,525 3,291 3,643 2,732

8,074 9,315 8,113 9,510 9,852 9,765 7,296 7,393

5,451 6,163 5,676 5,816 6,776 6,702 4,560 5,366

1,999 2,417 1,943 2,486 2,505 2,254 2,374 1,806

3,928 6,727 3,650 5,294 4,581 5,721 4,677 4,671

671 1,458 442 539 880 1,013 660 751

230 731 306 472 228 776 1,232 893

149 225 206 57 99 413 469 145

623 944 481 931 932 901 606 862

10,321 18,495 10,361 15,594

12,672 12,575 10,824 12,310

7,473 7,449 6,353 6,526

3,273 3,384 2,811 2,973

7,361 7,690 6,786 7,081

4,876 5,177 4,350 4,506

2,157 2,308 1,948 2,066

4,827 4,525 3,559 4,749

769 845 489 401

235 115 234 144

119 78 105 104

759 723 662 690

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Table 17.

Per Pupil Amounts for Current Spending of Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Current spending For selected objects Geographic area Enrollment1 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Dependent Schools: Washington Schools..................................... FLORIDA Independent Schools: Alachua County............................................ Bay County................................................... Brevard County............................................ Broward County............................................ Charlotte County.......................................... Citrus County................................................ Clay County.................................................. Collier County............................................... Columbia County.......................................... Duval County................................................ Escambia County......................................... Flagler County.............................................. Hernando County......................................... Highlands County......................................... Hillsborough County..................................... Indian River County...................................... Lake County................................................. Lee County................................................... Leon County................................................. Manatee County........................................... Marion County.............................................. Martin County............................................... Miami-Dade County...................................... Nassau County............................................. Okaloosa County.......................................... Orange County............................................. Osceola County............................................ Palm Beach County...................................... Pasco County............................................... Pinellas County............................................ Polk County.................................................. Putnam County............................................. Santa Rosa County...................................... Sarasota County........................................... Seminole County.......................................... St Johns County........................................... St Lucie County............................................ Volusia County............................................. GEORGIA Independent Schools: Atlanta.......................................................... Barrow County.............................................. Bartow County.............................................. Bibb County.................................................. Carroll County.............................................. Catoosa County............................................ Chatham County.......................................... Cherokee County......................................... Clarke County............................................... Clayton County............................................. Cobb County................................................ Columbia County.......................................... Coweta County............................................. DeKalb County............................................. Dougherty County........................................ Douglas County............................................ Effingham County......................................... Fayette County............................................. Salaries and Total 2 wages Employee benefits Total 2 Instruction Salaries and wages Employee benefits Total 2 For selected functions Support services Pupil support Staff support General administration School administration

56,943

14,324

9,388

1,199

6,226

5,001

500

7,688

967

1,070

257

931

28,998 27,005 74,785 262,813 17,888 16,087 35,711 43,144 10,179 125,176 42,708 12,149 22,450 12,456 193,517 17,611 39,623 78,981 32,383 42,235 42,572 18,239 353,790 10,938 30,256 175,245 52,012 171,431 64,689 109,915 92,801 12,101 25,392 42,190 66,351 26,926 38,793 65,867

8,305 8,164 8,120 8,620 8,496 8,259 7,532 10,077 8,120 8,395 8,471 8,157 7,480 8,750 7,781 8,229 7,737 8,319 8,336 8,795 8,086 8,681 9,371 7,609 8,178 8,116 7,727 8,937 7,940 8,656 8,380 8,450 7,777 10,315 7,885 7,872 7,939 8,422

4,870 4,833 4,804 5,170 5,240 5,302 4,909 5,773 5,031 4,536 4,657 5,256 4,613 4,951 4,977 4,912 4,130 4,642 5,412 5,236 4,928 5,272 5,743 4,956 5,067 4,882 4,353 5,330 5,004 5,475 4,520 5,285 4,443 6,436 4,912 4,614 4,667 5,301

1,440 1,474 1,360 1,514 1,656 1,324 1,247 2,009 1,613 1,503 1,536 1,466 1,431 1,735 1,508 1,536 1,275 1,572 1,429 1,473 1,329 1,793 1,751 1,315 1,349 1,535 1,371 1,491 1,570 1,676 1,421 1,347 1,274 1,948 1,480 1,627 1,602 1,639

4,567 4,942 5,059 5,155 4,747 4,667 4,810 5,848 4,725 5,016 4,679 4,914 4,500 4,969 4,685 4,630 4,763 4,716 4,639 5,277 4,597 5,159 5,694 4,310 5,185 4,654 4,476 5,605 4,582 5,133 5,357 4,791 4,613 6,163 4,946 4,463 4,362 5,081

2,780 3,142 3,180 3,267 3,155 3,188 3,372 3,696 3,202 3,142 2,909 3,352 2,938 3,145 3,227 2,946 2,573 2,762 3,209 3,298 2,946 3,357 3,547 3,139 3,457 2,973 2,580 3,514 3,145 3,481 2,980 3,277 3,117 4,003 3,363 2,812 2,849 3,399

797 881 839 924 944 744 842 1,257 979 1,022 916 886 937 1,022 912 907 744 924 848 917 778 1,067 1,052 811 886 896 782 951 940 1,012 869 811 879 1,157 971 937 980 1,002

3,342 2,788 2,712 3,146 3,303 3,247 2,411 3,817 3,000 3,020 3,355 2,885 2,651 3,258 2,652 3,151 2,618 3,222 3,405 3,134 3,081 3,136 3,289 2,904 2,650 3,125 2,856 2,996 2,927 3,175 2,638 3,174 2,769 3,785 2,552 3,093 3,146 2,989

514 314 279 438 520 354 368 407 519 462 415 552 385 485 386 289 353 331 398 406 504 472 453 323 254 283 394 318 408 375 307 381 353 678 334 485 395 394

794 513 558 506 611 595 399 595 465 658 646 263 401 530 601 578 497 471 825 478 487 484 568 539 426 823 682 617 541 509 455 564 442 712 349 513 492 531

65 64 53 73 71 112 52 79 149 70 57 111 59 98 88 107 48 69 113 86 72 110 68 114 170 57 77 80 74 103 73 164 52 102 63 59 88 62

436 502 488 483 488 526 384 567 379 445 372 416 409 473 448 503 413 497 464 506 408 494 502 453 529 516 369 548 485 525 416 499 489 433 489 461 452 607

50,631 11,414 14,521 25,223 14,992 10,674 34,330 35,068 11,854 52,533 107,274 22,112 21,352 101,396 16,528 24,144 10,813 22,494

12,745 8,575 8,365 8,815 8,674 9,067 9,204 8,902 10,981 8,349 8,809 7,853 8,035 10,073 9,350 8,279 8,080 8,828

7,348 5,193 5,194 5,607 5,542 5,752 5,838 5,822 6,711 5,547 5,996 5,141 5,317 6,527 6,001 5,260 5,174 5,920

2,647 1,871 1,782 1,771 1,788 2,047 1,725 1,856 2,655 1,399 1,827 1,687 1,738 2,149 2,011 1,722 1,764 1,996

6,939 5,484 5,510 5,288 5,531 5,985 5,923 6,190 6,674 5,120 6,029 5,211 5,406 6,240 5,753 5,165 5,232 5,928

4,581 3,592 3,721 3,579 3,809 4,010 4,205 4,176 4,299 3,650 4,339 3,635 3,758 4,126 3,940 3,623 3,603 4,128

1,998 1,394 1,295 1,292 1,393 1,443 1,381 1,476 1,685 1,059 1,442 1,240 1,245 1,444 1,366 1,233 1,259 1,424

5,410 2,638 2,453 3,018 2,539 2,649 2,919 2,371 3,786 2,727 2,379 2,163 2,270 3,400 3,106 2,692 2,402 2,626

775 385 402 450 401 402 365 353 483 369 366 291 325 405 462 325 381 381

1,064 385 236 642 323 512 460 364 728 586 320 355 279 711 525 355 446 400

242 112 110 72 96 109 109 58 144 86 85 55 41 96 125 90 158 90

569 550 542 535 576 631 539 505 582 416 451 514 561 643 555 524 450 564

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Table 17.

Per Pupil Amounts for Current Spending of Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Current spending For selected objects Geographic area Enrollment1 GEORGIA--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Floyd County................................................ Forsyth County............................................. Fulton County............................................... Glynn County................................................ Gwinnett County........................................... Hall County................................................... Henry County............................................... Houston County............................................ Liberty County.............................................. Muscogee County........................................ Newton County............................................. Paulding County........................................... Richmond County......................................... Rockdale County.......................................... Spalding County........................................... Troup County................................................ Walton County.............................................. Whitfield County........................................... HAWAII Dependent Schools: Hawaii Public Schools.................................. IDAHO Independent Schools: Boise............................................................ Coeur d'Alene............................................... Idaho Falls.................................................... Meridian........................................................ Nampa.......................................................... Pocatello....................................................... ILLINOIS Independent Schools: Arlington Heights Township High 214.......... Aurora East.................................................. Aurora West................................................. Chicago........................................................ Cicero........................................................... Dupage Community Unit 200....................... Elgin Unit 46................................................. Indian Prairie................................................ Joliet Elementary.......................................... Kane Community Unit 300........................... Mclean County............................................. Naperville..................................................... Oswego........................................................ Palatine Community Consolidated............... Palatine Township High 211......................... Peoria........................................................... Plainfield....................................................... Rockford....................................................... Schaumburg................................................. Springfield.................................................... St Charles..................................................... Valley View................................................... Waukegan.................................................... INDIANA Independent Schools: Anderson...................................................... Bartholomew Consolidated.......................... Carmel Clay.................................................. East Allen County......................................... Elkhart.......................................................... Evansville-Vanderburgh............................... Salaries and Total 2 wages Employee benefits Total 2 Instruction Salaries and wages Employee benefits Total 2 For selected functions Support services Pupil support Staff support General administration School administration

10,683 28,171 83,861 12,381 152,043 24,877 37,368 25,193 11,033 33,115 18,498 25,669 33,391 15,350 10,967 12,381 12,145 13,320

9,790 8,403 9,406 9,782 8,851 8,271 8,167 9,104 8,545 8,932 8,405 8,110 9,252 8,803 8,948 9,031 8,724 8,646

6,087 5,361 6,343 6,131 5,553 5,307 5,376 5,880 5,449 5,942 5,014 5,046 5,771 5,564 5,675 5,623 5,348 5,421

2,094 1,780 1,806 2,149 1,797 1,797 1,641 1,900 1,674 1,775 1,908 1,897 1,964 1,823 1,873 1,949 1,833 1,870

6,090 5,783 6,106 6,344 5,601 5,419 5,624 5,907 5,469 5,540 5,489 5,542 5,853 5,403 5,652 5,480 5,771 5,596

4,161 3,906 4,475 4,191 3,907 3,754 3,851 4,025 3,748 4,011 3,606 3,582 3,876 3,733 3,776 3,707 3,776 3,801

1,435 1,402 1,282 1,493 1,326 1,359 1,311 1,378 1,275 1,341 1,341 1,382 1,361 1,262 1,386 1,285 1,316 1,339

3,221 2,277 2,902 2,989 2,878 2,391 2,198 2,669 2,653 2,918 2,492 2,136 2,942 2,949 2,854 3,137 2,606 2,587

476 297 421 440 321 407 361 447 416 344 339 287 421 518 382 687 353 454

386 258 374 648 336 375 273 445 533 512 381 344 489 424 553 484 445 407

230 51 18 114 35 35 52 55 100 110 48 48 99 107 96 149 109 52

756 439 552 467 614 503 465 588 500 481 408 481 548 537 608 494 527 547

180,728

11,060

6,470

2,322

6,517

4,137

1,469

4,053

1,333

381

111

756

25,662 10,646 10,217 32,277 14,749 12,015

8,127 6,184 6,241 5,567 5,639 6,365

5,146 3,932 4,111 3,649 3,304 4,142

1,605 1,382 1,265 1,185 1,124 1,239

4,995 3,864 3,962 3,438 3,640 3,939

3,581 2,680 2,861 2,482 2,413 2,868

1,095 911 851 762 801 837

2,811 2,022 1,999 1,914 1,685 2,091

595 366 288 407 304 358

624 184 254 235 180 311

50 106 131 41 57 102

425 412 333 324 307 341

12,394 12,707 12,503 413,694 13,458 13,835 40,380 28,764 10,252 19,161 12,213 18,449 13,789 12,596 12,822 14,763 26,770 29,515 14,343 14,875 13,694 17,963 16,924

15,203 8,222 8,111 9,666 7,347 10,124 8,811 8,500 8,732 8,148 8,069 10,231 7,149 9,656 14,283 10,389 7,463 8,989 10,622 9,552 9,110 9,253 8,753

9,428 4,583 4,942 5,955 4,385 6,500 5,397 5,557 4,758 5,058 5,062 6,519 4,429 6,593 8,700 6,754 4,716 5,177 6,958 5,728 5,597 5,891 5,246

2,760 1,440 1,599 1,381 1,568 1,643 2,065 1,333 1,805 1,417 1,401 2,430 1,142 1,992 3,644 2,282 1,281 2,275 2,362 2,034 1,706 1,511 1,524

8,561 4,452 5,237 5,774 4,281 6,231 4,992 5,629 4,708 4,942 4,863 6,335 4,054 5,714 8,397 6,073 4,768 5,283 6,595 5,014 5,205 5,729 4,886

5,708 3,214 3,605 3,949 2,942 4,667 3,422 4,345 2,916 3,518 3,518 4,414 3,071 4,398 5,587 4,334 3,564 3,483 4,789 3,479 3,811 4,086 3,527

1,538 377 1,177 922 1,043 1,071 1,296 1,013 1,083 937 903 1,609 661 1,138 2,230 1,311 918 1,486 1,589 1,097 1,096 936 899

6,310 3,485 2,571 3,460 2,688 3,706 3,514 2,685 3,607 2,919 2,915 3,690 2,767 3,699 5,447 3,954 2,437 3,384 3,856 4,072 3,673 3,167 3,611

1,307 309 281 596 356 713 647 653 528 633 293 737 272 745 1,170 662 363 660 936 762 714 413 890

1,034 469 202 698 504 338 374 230 577 181 284 451 220 331 637 438 293 403 589 520 582 249 288

175 205 218 132 368 194 215 95 334 98 251 227 146 391 182 194 39 160 113 492 90 128 176

790 1,329 486 390 392 678 604 467 386 485 438 581 431 534 688 538 370 473 613 431 681 607 396

10,101 11,090 14,680 10,228 13,666 22,190

10,525 8,575 9,009 9,213 11,676 9,175

5,039 4,837 5,447 4,821 5,331 5,192

4,095 2,536 2,317 3,394 4,974 2,963

6,898 5,258 5,543 5,831 7,291 5,551

3,604 3,330 3,778 3,283 3,650 3,474

3,008 1,805 1,642 2,362 3,487 2,020

3,043 2,999 3,008 2,941 3,971 3,210

324 517 486 408 607 615

254 193 241 228 411 275

55 80 37 94 89 66

636 466 391 593 693 474

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Table 17.

Per Pupil Amounts for Current Spending of Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Current spending For selected objects Geographic area Enrollment1 INDIANA--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Fort Wayne................................................... Gary.............................................................. Greater Clark County................................... Hamilton Southeastern................................. Hammond..................................................... Indianapolis.................................................. MSD Lawrence Township............................ MSD Perry Township................................... MSD Pike Township..................................... MSD Warren Township................................ MSD Washington Township......................... MSD Wayne Township................................. Monroe County............................................. New Albany-Floyd County Consolidated...... Penn-Harris-Madison................................... South Bend................................................... Tippecanoe................................................... Vigo County.................................................. IOWA Independent Schools: Cedar Rapids............................................... Davenport..................................................... Des Moines.................................................. Dubuque....................................................... Iowa City....................................................... Sioux City..................................................... Waterloo....................................................... KANSAS Independent Schools: Blue Valley Unified 229................................ Kansas City Unified...................................... Lawrence Unified.......................................... Olathe Unified............................................... Shawnee Mission Unified............................. Topeka Unified............................................. Wichita Unified............................................. KENTUCKY Independent Schools: Boone County............................................... Bullitt County................................................ Daviess County............................................ Fayette County............................................. Hardin County.............................................. Jefferson County.......................................... Kenton County.............................................. Madison County........................................... Oldham County............................................ Warren County............................................. LOUISIANA Independent Schools: Ascension Parish.......................................... Bossier Parish.............................................. Caddo Parish................................................ Calcasieu Parish.......................................... East Baton Rouge Parish............................. Iberia Parish................................................. Jefferson Parish........................................... Lafayette Parish........................................... Lafourche Parish.......................................... Livingston Parish.......................................... Ouachita Parish............................................ Rapides Parish............................................. St Landry Parish........................................... St Tammany Parish...................................... Tangipahoa Parish....................................... Terrebonne Parish........................................ Salaries and Total 2 wages Employee benefits Total 2 Instruction Salaries and wages Employee benefits Total 2 For selected functions Support services Pupil support Staff support General administration School administration

31,884 14,731 10,768 15,315 14,511 37,057 16,138 14,204 10,662 12,483 10,426 14,713 11,034 11,923 10,599 21,769 11,263 16,431

10,027 11,413 9,533 7,385 8,866 12,587 9,717 9,414 9,148 8,536 9,249 10,247 9,028 8,796 7,612 11,063 7,054 7,811

5,220 6,560 5,738 4,222 4,964 7,514 5,527 5,693 5,070 5,341 5,771 6,170 5,042 5,005 3,682 5,580 4,293 4,908

3,650 2,907 2,481 2,039 2,795 2,846 3,155 2,483 2,644 2,246 2,461 2,661 2,788 2,377 2,899 4,380 1,690 1,876

6,212 6,100 6,299 4,177 5,266 6,825 6,499 5,486 5,254 5,034 5,685 6,665 5,029 5,374 4,567 6,875 4,333 4,971

3,455 4,036 4,147 2,762 3,286 4,601 3,988 3,737 3,356 3,436 3,793 4,446 3,085 3,335 2,417 3,722 3,022 3,425

2,477 1,836 1,806 1,350 1,879 1,781 2,350 1,661 1,786 1,482 1,686 1,950 1,800 1,608 1,978 3,006 1,207 1,337

3,404 4,989 2,921 2,816 3,206 5,386 2,850 3,489 3,614 3,450 3,172 3,154 3,598 3,031 2,737 3,809 2,440 2,489

428 631 396 339 494 558 261 425 512 558 397 302 564 345 267 570 231 388

610 545 363 163 272 888 225 329 261 211 287 111 377 234 400 437 226 276

73 153 75 140 138 223 110 101 77 162 130 295 69 150 84 96 103 75

626 688 439 448 482 702 405 589 485 493 593 429 597 553 439 571 401 350

17,263 15,957 31,866 10,682 11,180 13,835 10,523

8,823 8,690 9,445 8,661 8,389 8,401 8,308

5,880 5,465 6,066 5,535 5,516 5,219 5,138

1,970 1,884 2,387 1,789 1,546 1,903 1,720

5,666 5,950 5,975 5,572 5,410 5,652 5,365

3,992 4,091 4,134 3,844 4,063 3,761 3,756

1,350 1,405 1,597 1,208 1,101 1,422 1,232

2,782 2,316 3,043 2,730 2,672 2,416 2,483

243 295 549 414 264 266 268

331 241 214 338 453 254 264

141 111 148 123 107 141 75

630 508 597 511 426 513 562

20,497 19,992 10,451 25,492 28,518 13,818 46,938

8,478 9,992 8,991 8,990 8,507 9,675 9,788

5,754 5,851 5,777 6,283 5,984 6,314 6,154

1,475 1,303 1,631 1,402 1,408 1,808 1,953

5,125 6,563 5,420 5,787 5,514 6,064 5,415

3,838 3,599 3,828 4,364 4,276 4,306 3,795

968 1,111 1,135 986 991 1,290 1,194

3,007 2,991 3,177 2,858 2,642 3,244 4,018

527 242 589 527 470 688 722

593 424 458 445 325 497 730

111 130 161 54 74 112 135

436 487 536 482 448 553 632

17,397 12,254 10,881 34,335 13,645 92,659 13,187 10,257 11,270 12,063

6,957 6,920 8,054 8,734 7,771 9,698 7,416 7,842 7,186 6,871

4,693 4,631 5,313 5,844 5,176 6,679 4,981 4,872 4,728 4,380

1,356 1,359 1,669 1,754 1,605 1,904 1,492 1,598 1,519 1,460

4,169 4,305 5,000 5,328 4,558 5,206 4,449 4,898 4,386 4,476

3,145 3,284 3,674 3,895 3,447 3,956 3,291 3,268 3,169 3,091

832 844 1,082 1,235 954 1,007 963 1,131 931 1,090

2,427 2,194 2,547 3,021 2,696 4,078 2,661 2,523 2,495 1,912

372 207 266 471 464 463 427 425 469 165

203 314 255 500 531 899 272 431 296 210

179 106 63 102 69 53 159 129 125 72

434 486 562 435 390 708 382 276 472 304

18,199 19,393 43,019 32,247 49,197 14,129 43,528 30,255 14,613 23,155 18,937 23,763 15,457 34,857 19,487 18,911

8,000 7,883 8,841 8,496 9,159 8,166 10,045 8,259 8,534 7,001 8,096 8,095 7,995 9,502 7,348 8,142

4,799 5,060 5,705 5,447 5,037 5,011 5,519 5,290 5,334 4,433 5,236 4,917 4,767 5,835 4,622 4,942

2,036 1,851 1,961 1,568 2,061 1,405 2,195 1,679 1,568 1,469 1,767 1,883 1,970 2,389 1,552 1,936

4,983 4,569 5,129 4,764 5,250 5,005 5,863 5,162 5,016 4,462 4,793 4,902 4,849 5,997 4,496 5,120

3,413 3,233 3,588 3,537 3,490 3,547 3,852 3,762 3,546 3,121 3,382 3,396 3,244 4,084 3,204 3,391

1,365 1,147 1,230 991 1,326 957 1,502 1,131 998 1,016 1,186 1,275 1,287 1,557 1,024 1,239

2,637 2,836 3,216 3,271 3,348 2,599 3,748 2,726 2,976 2,017 2,799 2,628 2,454 3,029 2,331 2,519

353 347 374 451 498 265 411 408 463 261 294 321 260 371 237 374

332 495 630 699 404 346 427 406 463 256 421 388 236 387 337 460

156 85 132 133 215 130 615 136 186 100 60 159 164 171 65 76

385 484 540 438 408 345 636 383 447 328 495 427 448 466 365 379

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Table 17.

Per Pupil Amounts for Current Spending of Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Current spending For selected objects Geographic area Enrollment1 MARYLAND Dependent Schools: Anne Arundel County................................... Baltimore...................................................... Baltimore County.......................................... Calvert County.............................................. Carroll County.............................................. Cecil County................................................. Charles County............................................. Frederick County.......................................... Harford County............................................. Howard County............................................. Montgomery County..................................... Prince Georges County................................ St Marys County........................................... Washington County...................................... Wicomico County......................................... MASSACHUSETTS Dependent Schools: Boston.......................................................... Brockton....................................................... Fall River...................................................... Lawrence...................................................... Lowell........................................................... Lynn.............................................................. New Bedford................................................. Newton......................................................... Springfield.................................................... Worcester..................................................... MICHIGAN Independent Schools: Ann Arbor..................................................... Chippewa Valley........................................... Dearborn...................................................... Detroit........................................................... Farmington................................................... Flint............................................................... Forest Hills................................................... Grand Rapids............................................... Huron Valley................................................. Kalamazoo................................................... L'Anse Creuse.............................................. Lansing......................................................... Livonia.......................................................... Plymouth-Canton Community...................... Port Huron Area........................................... Rochester Community.................................. Taylor........................................................... Traverse City................................................ Troy.............................................................. Utica Community.......................................... Walled Lake Consolidated............................ Warren Consolidated.................................... Waterford Township..................................... Wayne-Westland Community....................... MINNESOTA Independent Schools: Anoka-Hennepin........................................... Bloomington................................................. Burnsville...................................................... Duluth........................................................... Elk River....................................................... Lakeville....................................................... Salaries and Total 2 wages Employee benefits Total 2 Instruction Salaries and wages Employee benefits Total 2 For selected functions Support services Pupil support Staff support General administration School administration

73,066 84,515 105,839 17,474 28,616 16,421 26,623 40,224 39,568 49,048 137,814 131,014 16,665 21,594 14,427

11,149 12,440 11,307 10,731 10,320 10,201 10,737 10,315 10,590 12,507 13,938 11,526 10,129 10,082 11,185

6,790 7,164 6,967 6,680 6,385 6,402 6,409 6,633 6,482 7,834 9,072 7,321 6,146 6,236 6,851

2,557 2,444 2,753 2,115 2,065 1,990 1,877 2,206 2,370 2,504 3,435 2,338 2,025 1,926 2,327

6,760 7,274 6,928 6,628 6,121 6,212 6,195 6,260 6,473 7,877 8,916 6,480 5,865 6,036 6,577

4,629 4,578 4,665 4,763 4,358 4,382 4,427 4,466 4,516 5,637 6,187 4,637 4,185 4,245 4,669

1,778 1,619 1,916 1,548 1,427 1,481 1,302 1,474 1,670 1,835 2,365 1,427 1,364 1,355 1,570

3,920 4,721 3,881 3,448 3,768 3,453 3,922 3,652 3,625 4,073 4,463 4,495 3,703 3,451 4,007

444 437 601 441 505 446 531 530 461 587 553 495 440 307 630

590 873 466 456 530 523 506 526 552 612 820 610 594 659 695

97 211 119 57 62 92 65 55 40 79 87 166 47 72 45

833 926 780 546 722 763 610 706 602 877 919 772 648 654 771

56,388 15,612 10,459 12,204 13,902 13,619 13,106 11,631 25,791 23,603

19,435 13,167 13,777 12,999 13,272 13,354 12,968 15,725 13,509 13,560

10,167 7,595 7,442 7,717 7,935 7,936 7,399 9,545 7,701 7,861

5,928 3,244 3,920 3,412 3,191 3,555 3,402 3,878 3,083 3,825

11,129 7,681 8,185 7,987 8,126 8,134 7,712 9,936 8,074 9,131

6,580 4,905 5,017 5,166 5,509 5,242 4,865 6,671 5,354 5,810

4,146 2,315 2,819 2,496 2,369 2,588 2,460 2,879 2,298 2,880

7,632 5,020 5,151 4,453 4,748 4,666 4,663 5,339 4,855 3,888

1,152 1,064 831 953 1,070 984 1,244 1,235 836 635

2,370 1,218 1,246 1,033 1,051 1,039 770 1,040 1,046 582

157 94 147 104 180 241 124 182 141 87

810 494 621 660 740 574 524 739 594 691

16,952 15,164 18,445 117,609 12,171 17,565 10,017 21,448 10,786 11,597 12,052 15,317 17,501 18,888 11,280 14,882 10,287 10,629 12,152 29,786 15,828 15,476 11,828 14,140

11,553 7,996 10,652 11,896 13,312 12,296 9,060 11,157 8,679 9,988 8,193 11,349 10,456 8,584 8,826 9,650 9,607 8,425 10,875 8,698 10,550 10,430 9,441 9,840

7,006 5,094 6,775 6,508 8,080 6,608 5,358 6,109 5,164 5,475 5,011 6,283 6,627 5,196 5,284 5,902 5,805 4,963 6,668 5,406 6,369 6,390 5,626 5,824

3,056 2,110 2,716 2,997 3,930 3,342 2,600 3,056 2,502 2,719 2,337 3,377 2,938 2,456 2,528 2,654 2,647 2,324 3,067 2,469 2,927 2,807 2,569 2,672

6,623 5,098 6,210 6,503 7,930 6,713 5,827 6,490 4,705 5,691 4,749 6,189 6,194 5,077 5,661 5,549 5,521 4,909 6,647 5,345 6,272 5,783 5,315 5,384

4,555 3,510 4,323 4,061 5,222 4,061 3,769 3,997 3,177 3,464 3,155 3,879 4,205 3,382 3,677 3,698 3,594 3,212 4,460 3,586 4,108 3,884 3,505 3,491

1,904 1,414 1,669 1,776 2,394 2,006 1,820 2,043 1,396 1,708 1,422 2,110 1,835 1,581 1,774 1,625 1,599 1,516 1,977 1,604 1,817 1,628 1,600 1,594

4,680 2,683 4,172 5,048 5,064 5,156 2,983 4,307 3,703 3,860 3,207 4,773 4,052 3,289 2,924 3,864 3,785 3,078 3,973 3,162 4,058 4,356 3,769 4,179

1,243 613 910 865 1,237 882 364 916 773 732 634 1,063 957 494 465 894 791 310 857 533 930 800 825 1,108

498 255 647 586 675 889 269 794 348 778 396 733 549 463 437 401 393 348 613 331 531 421 407 507

126 53 53 79 89 110 69 74 72 80 57 71 55 77 67 63 88 51 187 35 35 98 121 142

675 475 597 830 635 610 530 683 536 618 578 616 583 461 500 457 487 542 649 502 620 739 643 470

41,310 10,490 10,591 10,364 12,007 11,168

9,215 9,308 9,419 9,744 8,011 8,584

6,068 6,824 6,406 6,459 5,223 5,711

1,783 2,160 2,024 2,173 1,606 1,651

6,217 6,018 6,284 6,486 5,184 5,437

4,416 4,273 4,423 4,539 3,817 4,017

1,298 1,303 1,447 1,489 1,201 1,118

2,591 2,873 2,733 2,982 2,425 2,732

383 298 270 261 183 293

446 443 474 371 348 337

101 314 151 228 126 155

412 478 443 469 448 496

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Table 17.

Per Pupil Amounts for Current Spending of Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Current spending For selected objects Geographic area Enrollment1 MINNESOTA--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Minneapolis Special..................................... Mounds View................................................ North St Paul-Maplewood............................ Osseo........................................................... Robbinsdale................................................. Rochester..................................................... Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan.................. South Washington County............................ St Paul.......................................................... MISSISSIPPI Independent Schools: Desoto County.............................................. Harrison County........................................... Jackson........................................................ Madison County........................................... Rankin County.............................................. MISSOURI Independent Schools: Blue Springs................................................. Columbia...................................................... Ferguson-Florissant..................................... Fort Zumwalt................................................ Fox............................................................... Francis Howell.............................................. Hazelwood.................................................... Independence............................................... Kansas City.................................................. Lee's Summit................................................ Mehlville....................................................... North Kansas City........................................ Park Hill........................................................ Parkway........................................................ Rockwood..................................................... Springfield.................................................... St Joseph..................................................... St Louis........................................................ Wentzville..................................................... NEBRASKA Independent Schools: Lincoln.......................................................... Millard........................................................... Omaha.......................................................... NEVADA Independent Schools: Clark County................................................. Washoe County............................................ NEW HAMPSHIRE Dependent Schools: Manchester................................................... Nashua......................................................... NEW JERSEY Independent Schools: Brick Township............................................. Camden........................................................ Cherry Hill Township.................................... Clifton........................................................... Elizabeth....................................................... Freehold Regional High................................ Hamilton Township....................................... Middletown Township................................... Passaic......................................................... Toms River Regional.................................... Woodbridge Township.................................. Salaries and Total 2 wages Employee benefits Total 2 Instruction Salaries and wages Employee benefits Total 2 For selected functions Support services Pupil support Staff support General administration School administration

37,033 10,349 11,160 22,071 13,194 16,237 28,026 16,451 40,658

12,549 9,119 8,420 10,104 9,674 8,482 9,042 8,514 11,717

8,444 5,702 5,451 6,687 6,605 5,498 6,330 5,718 8,013

2,609 1,808 2,094 1,939 1,906 1,692 1,736 2,091 2,307

8,239 5,892 5,464 6,754 5,833 5,418 6,437 5,548 7,948

5,529 4,201 3,645 4,854 4,259 3,856 4,766 3,756 5,683

1,800 1,344 1,457 1,478 1,194 1,173 1,246 1,493 1,620

3,940 2,805 2,517 2,950 3,410 2,696 2,251 2,612 3,308

550 388 249 180 331 223 192 380 452

664 320 557 489 483 395 372 512 547

220 194 120 183 317 136 205 100 211

394 344 376 463 340 434 405 423 490

28,738 12,745 31,941 10,864 17,398

5,778 7,593 7,947 6,874 6,789

3,510 4,180 4,974 4,053 4,255

1,018 1,339 1,642 1,208 1,307

3,389 4,335 4,449 4,223 4,165

2,392 2,871 3,127 2,977 2,891

666 871 950 876 850

2,054 2,809 2,971 2,299 2,192

341 405 332 303 342

207 196 472 307 320

103 154 208 136 125

278 383 483 415 459

13,697 17,090 12,848 18,776 11,619 22,363 19,269 11,268 26,980 16,883 11,089 17,715 10,021 18,432 22,544 24,696 11,718 38,277 10,508

8,362 9,145 8,891 7,456 8,218 6,940 8,191 9,034 11,854 8,501 7,160 8,434 8,872 9,440 7,870 7,505 7,977 9,752 7,497

5,846 6,039 6,113 4,610 5,556 4,531 5,384 6,391 7,027 5,916 4,678 5,986 5,848 6,222 5,245 4,802 5,337 5,145 4,753

1,328 1,510 1,721 1,465 1,337 1,407 1,560 1,399 1,501 1,383 1,288 1,423 1,314 1,948 1,332 1,322 1,325 1,216 1,469

5,347 5,712 5,229 4,485 5,611 4,400 5,105 5,097 6,288 5,285 4,360 5,164 5,311 5,325 4,576 4,377 4,915 4,850 4,620

3,857 4,145 3,863 3,060 3,918 3,230 3,629 3,584 4,419 3,915 3,089 3,849 3,960 3,768 3,351 3,105 3,562 3,555 3,151

839 1,015 1,071 961 956 975 1,004 750 844 851 809 898 820 1,090 846 760 867 763 988

2,680 3,106 3,286 2,702 2,272 2,359 2,803 3,492 5,039 2,895 2,509 2,940 3,178 3,801 3,002 2,747 2,595 4,527 2,540

473 508 423 541 385 299 342 538 530 350 320 360 298 431 360 561 431 498 426

245 516 448 199 174 188 328 717 744 343 283 622 425 421 458 431 466 484 281

159 144 170 31 220 71 156 148 347 70 88 32 121 147 186 84 56 435 67

390 568 592 477 470 375 547 536 639 430 470 481 481 836 548 349 382 544 392

32,934 21,542 47,044

8,317 7,776 8,354

5,848 4,530 5,268

1,240 1,608 1,293

5,518 4,762 4,835

4,204 3,171 3,470

870 1,205 857

2,422 2,565 3,149

276 436 443

266 241 277

242 233 245

529 424 501

303,448 64,954

7,791 7,781

4,658 4,722

1,547 1,590

4,676 4,913

2,918 3,180

995 1,101

2,838 2,605

239 437

195 341

144 139

541 428

17,154 12,712

8,578 8,819

5,209 5,632

1,808 1,801

5,845 5,500

4,167 3,942

1,445 1,373

2,426 2,976

535 614

211 369

144 200

477 460

10,725 15,243 11,529 10,388 21,214 11,401 13,225 10,144 12,247 17,649 13,443

12,094 19,575 14,163 13,011 17,904 13,138 11,915 13,914 17,876 11,905 13,083

7,258 11,350 7,900 7,731 10,667 7,523 7,001 8,283 10,496 6,839 8,052

3,392 4,813 3,822 3,384 4,175 3,152 3,188 3,409 4,402 3,466 3,465

7,597 10,693 8,883 8,055 10,340 7,412 7,312 8,560 11,561 7,101 7,899

4,873 7,130 5,656 5,233 6,819 4,857 4,730 5,690 7,462 4,377 5,258

2,247 2,923 2,714 2,282 2,593 2,066 2,143 2,325 2,885 2,267 2,275

4,206 8,261 4,839 4,673 7,008 5,408 4,361 5,128 5,798 4,495 4,859

992 2,596 1,230 1,373 2,416 1,090 1,163 1,365 2,203 916 1,343

292 773 356 377 564 219 317 154 603 419 299

169 389 244 293 226 182 110 218 190 184 180

636 1,056 860 735 695 774 655 797 791 587 809

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Per Pupil Amounts for Current Spending of Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Current spending For selected objects Geographic area Enrollment1 NEW JERSEY--Con. Dependent Schools: East Orange................................................. Edison Township.......................................... Jersey City.................................................... Newark......................................................... Paterson....................................................... Trenton......................................................... NEW MEXICO Independent Schools: Albuquerque................................................. Farmington................................................... Gadsden....................................................... Gallup-McKinley County............................... Las Cruces................................................... Rio Rancho................................................... Santa Fe....................................................... NEW YORK Independent Schools: Arlington....................................................... Brentwood.................................................... Greece.......................................................... Half Hollow Hills........................................... Middle Country............................................. Mount Vernon............................................... New Rochelle............................................... Newburgh..................................................... North Syracuse............................................. Sachem........................................................ Smithtown..................................................... Wappingers.................................................. Williamsville.................................................. Dependent Schools: Buffalo.......................................................... New York City............................................... Rochester..................................................... Syracuse...................................................... Yonkers........................................................ NORTH CAROLINA Dependent Schools: Alamance-Burlington.................................... Brunswick County......................................... Buncombe County........................................ Burke County................................................ Cabarrus County.......................................... Caldwell County........................................... Catawba County........................................... Chapel Hill-Carrboro..................................... Charlotte/Mecklenburg................................. Cleveland County......................................... Craven County............................................. Cumberland County..................................... Davidson County.......................................... Durham County............................................ Gaston County............................................. Guilford County............................................ Harnett County............................................. Henderson County....................................... Iredell-Statesville.......................................... Johnston County.......................................... Lincoln County.............................................. Moore County............................................... Nash-Rocky Mount....................................... New Hanover County................................... Salaries and Total 2 wages Employee benefits Total 2 Instruction Salaries and wages Employee benefits Total 2 For selected functions Support services Pupil support Staff support General administration School administration

10,242 13,697 28,910 41,266 24,950 12,052

20,274 13,464 20,618 22,842 19,353 21,906

12,318 8,538 12,350 13,493 10,806 12,067

4,303 3,091 4,649 4,831 4,524 5,242

10,778 8,715 12,625 12,638 10,861 12,168

7,009 6,147 8,375 7,671 7,353 7,834

2,374 2,200 3,040 2,574 2,898 3,304

9,020 4,503 7,491 9,561 8,023 9,009

2,455 1,125 2,375 2,671 3,132 3,324

1,367 372 849 1,601 1,019 711

312 231 376 355 253 249

985 556 828 779 855 856

95,493 10,144 13,995 12,402 23,917 14,737 13,633

7,987 7,648 8,458 9,817 7,977 7,190 7,811

5,062 4,799 5,097 6,069 5,057 4,397 4,885

1,401 1,498 1,488 1,670 1,623 1,241 1,429

4,500 4,685 5,035 5,510 4,966 4,404 4,531

3,331 3,353 3,537 3,850 3,496 3,146 3,262

894 1,040 1,011 1,061 1,099 881 934

3,182 2,703 2,937 3,958 2,703 2,533 2,985

720 841 840 908 799 675 895

239 204 274 588 168 239 301

85 145 118 109 75 177 236

912 372 375 511 633 339 352

10,321 16,587 13,347 10,179 11,236 10,071 10,526 12,596 10,325 15,387 10,767 12,504 10,702

13,344 16,151 12,627 16,408 14,268 16,881 17,606 15,385 11,705 15,915 15,281 12,230 11,899

8,300 10,043 8,253 10,362 8,342 10,812 10,978 9,366 7,514 10,202 9,213 7,308 7,696

3,508 3,814 2,732 3,840 3,453 3,455 3,720 3,954 3,009 3,571 3,625 3,750 2,491

8,553 11,117 7,806 10,916 9,437 11,728 11,129 10,120 7,551 10,529 9,412 7,515 7,702

5,608 7,504 5,545 7,547 6,314 8,201 7,896 6,785 5,127 7,494 6,324 4,753 5,622

2,406 2,907 1,864 2,824 2,617 2,707 2,750 2,935 2,120 2,668 2,523 2,470 1,840

4,479 4,677 4,484 5,220 4,543 4,886 6,199 4,906 3,862 5,079 5,660 4,454 3,980

484 719 582 802 551 835 981 772 487 842 688 712 512

512 561 411 601 363 269 510 631 520 657 466 611 541

257 216 332 228 270 497 292 199 138 222 234 209 204

646 590 662 714 571 1,048 967 675 545 609 1,060 483 452

36,540 999,150 33,337 21,178 24,708

15,078 16,443 15,504 15,604 17,876

7,831 9,277 9,393 9,403 10,780

3,724 3,999 3,324 4,203 4,450

9,577 12,494 9,006 11,042 12,183

5,784 7,718 6,161 7,017 7,956

2,893 3,492 2,261 3,298 3,494

5,002 3,537 6,077 4,173 5,335

556 74 778 507 786

373 170 759 389 488

89 88 170 101 107

773 480 1,204 778 1,015

22,643 11,545 25,650 14,167 25,691 13,099 17,483 11,093 128,789 16,959 14,685 52,809 20,545 30,835 32,272 70,427 17,883 12,909 20,953 29,213 12,031 12,283 18,077 23,999

6,909 8,266 7,746 7,610 6,903 7,361 7,266 9,983 8,081 8,082 7,601 7,609 6,433 9,161 7,116 8,297 7,325 7,620 7,125 7,506 7,422 7,639 8,057 8,790

4,729 5,454 5,427 5,227 4,611 5,066 4,971 7,087 5,514 5,410 5,071 5,265 4,421 6,164 4,770 5,475 4,755 5,142 4,853 4,898 4,779 5,301 5,366 5,738

1,131 1,329 1,274 1,275 1,088 1,238 1,165 1,581 1,261 1,304 1,183 1,197 1,091 1,406 1,104 1,245 1,112 1,223 1,164 1,193 1,178 1,220 1,245 1,373

4,468 4,814 4,880 4,820 4,498 4,770 4,858 6,616 4,991 5,135 4,810 4,675 3,988 5,338 4,500 4,982 4,765 4,983 4,477 4,994 4,897 4,778 4,954 5,139

3,346 3,462 3,726 3,650 3,251 3,560 3,613 5,072 3,678 3,769 3,542 3,496 3,052 3,938 3,252 3,671 3,421 3,690 3,326 3,581 3,411 3,636 3,676 3,715

802 859 881 897 774 879 849 1,137 839 908 835 796 757 912 760 849 808 883 795 880 848 849 859 890

2,026 3,058 2,466 2,322 2,002 2,124 1,991 3,066 2,652 2,505 2,397 2,518 2,052 3,465 2,123 2,900 2,123 2,218 2,231 2,110 2,101 2,522 2,669 3,188

456 568 482 466 392 476 349 775 459 547 408 490 440 609 391 560 335 347 420 299 339 471 494 669

273 410 275 206 178 322 241 483 294 385 308 333 229 484 303 365 330 282 305 223 248 385 379 297

79 85 103 174 98 99 111 53 47 164 168 163 104 159 62 44 94 152 66 79 62 83 133 57

466 552 534 481 471 438 422 537 549 505 507 559 427 629 478 552 382 432 457 442 536 464 517 578

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Per Pupil Amounts for Current Spending of Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Current spending For selected objects Geographic area Enrollment1 NORTH CAROLINA--Con. Dependent Schools--Con. Onslow County............................................. Pitt County.................................................... Randolph County.......................................... Robeson County........................................... Rockingham County..................................... Rowan-Salisbury.......................................... Union County................................................ Wake County................................................ Wayne County.............................................. Wilkes County.............................................. Wilson County.............................................. Winston-Salem/Forsyth................................ NORTH DAKOTA Independent Schools: Bismarck....................................................... Fargo............................................................ OHIO Independent Schools: Akron............................................................ Canton.......................................................... Cincinnati...................................................... Cleveland..................................................... Columbus..................................................... Dayton.......................................................... Dublin........................................................... Fairfield......................................................... Hilliard.......................................................... Lakota........................................................... Mason........................................................... Northwest (Hamilton Co).............................. Olentangy..................................................... Parma........................................................... Pickerington.................................................. South-Western............................................. Toledo.......................................................... Westerville.................................................... OKLAHOMA Independent Schools: Broken Arrow................................................ Edmond........................................................ Lawton.......................................................... Midwest-Del City.......................................... Moore........................................................... Norman......................................................... Oklahoma City.............................................. Putnam City.................................................. Tulsa............................................................. Union............................................................ OREGON Independent Schools: Beaverton..................................................... Bend-La Pine................................................ David Douglas.............................................. Eugene......................................................... Gresham-Barlow.......................................... Hillsboro....................................................... Medford........................................................ North Clackamas.......................................... Portland........................................................ Reynolds...................................................... Salem-Keizer................................................ Springfield.................................................... Tigard........................................................... Salaries and Total 2 wages Employee benefits Total 2 Instruction Salaries and wages Employee benefits Total 2 For selected functions Support services Pupil support Staff support General administration School administration

23,023 22,466 18,871 23,825 13,710 20,957 35,294 128,122 19,371 10,035 12,519 50,648

7,552 7,985 6,987 8,218 8,075 7,620 6,953 7,728 7,639 7,964 7,491 8,436

5,089 5,276 4,702 5,222 5,490 5,215 4,731 5,294 4,984 5,395 4,994 5,807

1,191 1,269 1,114 1,255 1,334 1,236 1,095 1,226 1,172 1,290 1,213 1,333

4,787 5,326 4,583 5,288 5,043 4,749 4,499 4,820 5,217 4,780 4,571 5,576

3,566 3,833 3,337 3,707 3,858 3,547 3,342 3,655 3,702 3,519 3,378 4,137

848 927 790 896 938 845 768 849 878 850 832 960

2,392 2,228 1,991 2,367 2,559 2,379 2,089 2,648 2,055 2,685 2,459 2,478

340 355 356 442 479 490 358 504 365 522 356 446

329 217 229 384 248 311 241 256 271 523 319 302

134 63 180 137 188 92 54 94 93 124 83 59

438 462 407 440 580 545 435 536 392 468 480 525

10,784 10,727

7,957 9,406

5,299 6,006

1,478 1,527

5,184 5,904

3,771 4,351

1,036 1,107

2,314 3,054

382 405

256 342

135 208

415 499

26,424 10,853 36,003 55,593 56,003 16,855 13,218 10,083 15,029 17,782 10,379 10,370 12,099 13,049 10,100 21,476 29,071 14,252

10,063 9,549 11,757 11,383 11,895 10,274 10,904 7,314 9,677 8,037 8,665 8,091 8,383 10,333 8,447 8,625 9,289 8,791

6,213 6,435 6,871 7,444 7,692 7,371 7,280 4,830 6,273 4,738 5,200 5,192 5,137 6,340 5,255 5,700 6,732 5,641

2,599 2,485 2,154 2,592 2,572 3,037 1,936 1,463 2,044 1,435 1,914 1,622 1,599 2,429 1,695 1,813 2,798 1,666

5,578 5,143 6,273 6,812 6,188 3,988 6,443 4,123 6,129 4,265 4,644 4,664 5,067 6,063 5,109 5,071 4,268 5,072

3,759 4,046 4,421 4,815 4,522 4,013 4,876 3,064 4,422 3,149 3,178 3,395 3,441 4,161 3,781 3,684 4,098 3,706

1,532 1,497 1,377 1,548 1,309 1,854 1,193 856 1,362 889 1,055 1,011 969 1,483 1,165 1,077 1,438 1,016

4,121 4,037 5,125 4,137 5,260 5,734 4,153 2,900 3,280 3,510 3,706 3,119 2,959 4,041 3,055 3,227 4,340 3,452

556 756 784 635 834 571 613 366 605 579 498 457 341 578 397 377 600 640

791 653 1,087 840 1,159 1,163 947 546 570 522 598 571 421 476 473 664 863 298

192 204 336 194 166 285 290 87 132 105 77 138 80 295 352 133 144 301

584 652 676 543 699 553 453 498 489 653 419 443 404 635 413 567 614 472

15,588 19,712 17,062 14,514 20,547 13,330 40,778 18,861 41,438 14,342

6,526 6,241 7,277 6,967 5,979 6,738 7,165 7,047 8,061 6,541

4,245 3,906 4,926 4,106 3,800 4,025 4,059 4,435 5,085 4,201

1,025 1,246 1,225 1,268 1,173 1,302 1,356 946 1,250 1,174

3,607 3,632 4,086 4,159 3,706 4,041 3,936 4,017 4,243 3,545

2,640 2,565 3,046 2,743 2,636 2,771 2,620 3,035 3,049 2,511

738 812 772 878 837 909 852 710 755 717

2,472 2,214 2,738 2,385 1,931 2,391 2,772 2,623 3,292 2,690

567 490 632 530 386 479 514 432 579 398

216 206 245 325 219 375 450 273 455 270

84 54 166 109 65 134 87 99 134 88

363 349 481 432 304 369 441 430 426 476

37,719 15,323 10,100 18,312 12,053 19,985 12,465 17,436 46,348 11,078 39,585 10,744 12,544

7,858 7,872 8,607 8,727 8,132 7,837 7,508 7,100 9,964 9,273 8,468 8,844 8,060

4,795 4,228 5,088 4,698 4,405 4,424 4,006 4,271 5,537 5,389 4,674 4,619 4,185

2,022 1,864 2,074 2,592 1,968 2,008 2,167 1,822 2,328 2,002 2,481 2,505 2,324

4,659 4,750 5,273 5,108 4,987 4,486 4,670 4,086 5,773 5,925 5,424 5,291 5,033

3,104 2,626 3,358 2,992 3,055 2,946 2,951 2,748 3,641 3,729 3,227 2,936 2,906

1,276 1,172 1,319 1,499 1,353 1,287 1,480 1,119 1,542 1,242 1,716 1,569 1,589

2,909 2,825 2,935 3,355 2,884 3,039 2,558 2,737 3,898 2,997 2,754 3,269 2,770

513 450 529 499 540 551 333 419 842 640 551 475 462

507 225 323 499 346 195 203 236 520 336 331 480 388

36 43 73 62 61 78 105 52 102 59 38 51 66

563 513 494 646 581 562 480 554 670 505 592 627 488

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Table 17.

Per Pupil Amounts for Current Spending of Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Current spending For selected objects Geographic area Enrollment1 PENNSYLVANIA Independent Schools: Allentown...................................................... Bethlehem Area............................................ Central Bucks............................................... Central Dauphin........................................... Council Rock................................................ Downingtown Area....................................... Erie............................................................... Hazleton Area............................................... Lancaster...................................................... North Penn................................................... Pennsbury.................................................... Philadelphia.................................................. Pittsburgh..................................................... Pocono Mountain......................................... Reading........................................................ Upper Darby................................................. West Chester Area....................................... RHODE ISLAND Dependent Schools: Cranston....................................................... Providence................................................... Warwick........................................................ SOUTH CAROLINA Independent Schools: Aiken County................................................ Anderson County 5....................................... Beaufort County........................................... Berkeley County........................................... Charleston County........................................ Darlington County......................................... Dorchester County 2.................................... Florence County 1........................................ Georgetown County..................................... Greenville County......................................... Horry County................................................ Kershaw County........................................... Lancaster County......................................... Lexington County 1...................................... Lexington County 5...................................... Oconee County............................................ Pickens County............................................ Richland County 1........................................ Richland County 2........................................ York County 3............................................... SOUTH DAKOTA Independent Schools: Rapid City Area............................................ Sioux Falls.................................................... TENNESSEE Dependent Schools: Blount County............................................... Bradley County............................................. Hamblen County........................................... Hamilton County........................................... Jackson-Madison County............................. Knox County................................................. Maury County............................................... Memphis....................................................... Montgomery County..................................... Nashville-Davidson County.......................... Putnam County............................................. Robertson County........................................ Salaries and Total 2 wages Employee benefits Total 2 Instruction Salaries and wages Employee benefits Total 2 For selected functions Support services Pupil support Staff support General administration School administration

18,583 15,340 20,349 11,628 12,621 11,751 12,528 10,002 11,884 13,065 11,692 178,241 31,005 11,809 17,958 12,440 11,838

8,124 9,349 9,644 9,252 12,280 9,972 10,239 8,535 10,488 12,141 11,584 8,985 13,909 11,502 8,043 8,971 12,042

5,003 5,967 6,320 5,727 7,570 5,881 6,156 4,886 5,964 7,554 7,587 4,956 8,170 6,193 4,471 5,808 6,928

1,738 3,372 1,803 2,045 2,251 2,132 2,179 2,200 3,465 2,470 2,515 2,216 2,758 4,459 2,023 1,967 2,368

5,151 5,821 6,039 5,740 8,278 6,339 6,371 5,516 6,996 7,614 7,574 4,716 7,422 6,610 5,071 5,817 7,433

3,620 4,139 4,447 4,100 6,047 4,257 4,321 3,500 4,271 5,226 5,505 2,904 4,950 4,206 3,096 4,153 5,022

1,232 1,433 1,216 1,337 1,797 1,541 1,525 1,582 1,599 1,594 1,807 1,234 1,573 1,823 1,412 1,418 1,623

2,664 3,047 3,370 3,143 3,731 3,376 3,399 2,603 3,130 3,957 3,735 3,814 6,074 4,505 2,516 2,850 4,357

459 488 492 513 577 485 707 369 707 578 628 378 544 543 392 494 657

485 381 441 223 422 368 368 172 409 302 269 409 1,039 611 405 286 392

123 201 143 129 126 170 246 147 126 341 268 387 585 324 180 177 280

355 463 387 427 481 456 468 296 493 452 525 512 857 605 324 359 563

10,960 25,190 11,236

11,930 14,094 13,761

7,710 7,841 8,824

3,334 3,640 3,722

7,432 6,943 8,248

5,243 4,952 5,794

2,131 2,103 2,340

4,235 6,684 5,214

1,088 1,937 1,754

446 1,003 676

104 186 107

654 786 622

25,028 12,139 19,239 28,185 41,792 11,357 20,206 15,422 10,365 67,537 36,124 10,428 11,378 20,247 16,732 10,673 16,530 24,664 22,320 16,823

7,526 8,812 9,562 7,758 9,329 8,219 7,109 8,562 8,848 7,571 8,747 7,895 7,922 8,617 9,178 9,110 7,420 11,162 8,938 8,149

4,938 5,479 5,254 4,862 5,437 5,150 4,555 5,416 5,802 4,856 5,660 4,996 5,121 5,463 5,911 5,679 4,617 7,123 5,445 5,184

1,408 1,581 1,542 1,395 1,521 1,576 1,278 1,554 1,719 1,412 1,636 1,393 1,465 1,502 1,650 1,738 1,389 1,908 1,505 1,451

4,622 5,004 5,320 4,306 5,186 4,698 4,415 4,966 5,038 4,399 5,254 4,548 4,755 5,152 5,188 5,176 4,460 6,510 5,253 4,747

3,377 3,635 3,766 3,085 3,582 3,360 3,061 3,583 3,652 3,160 3,814 3,283 3,436 3,710 3,879 3,667 3,141 4,653 3,788 3,499

931 992 1,100 837 948 984 848 996 1,039 889 1,090 904 946 1,006 1,067 1,097 885 1,224 998 972

2,570 3,359 3,831 3,037 3,637 3,016 2,420 3,163 3,373 2,641 3,050 2,932 2,773 3,037 3,572 3,456 2,529 4,240 3,395 3,021

537 678 721 580 563 443 454 775 555 408 723 570 565 625 1,034 653 530 698 627 639

378 579 548 514 617 647 317 814 598 552 468 504 604 472 648 743 451 877 449 404

135 49 319 107 316 118 54 21 69 30 41 114 102 93 53 67 41 133 78 49

418 474 508 410 539 515 426 425 620 457 484 499 477 400 532 577 439 588 546 492

13,063 19,771

7,329 7,433

4,719 4,699

1,188 1,338

4,371 4,621

3,193 3,228

772 920

2,689 2,463

436 354

422 345

145 154

384 452

11,613 10,555 10,079 40,922 14,700 59,663 12,350 117,349 27,963 73,731 10,844 10,820

6,954 5,880 6,526 8,108 7,366 6,761 6,802 8,229 6,473 8,561 6,548 6,197

4,360 3,557 3,951 4,740 4,794 4,356 4,255 5,133 4,072 5,424 3,972 3,700

1,363 952 1,300 1,505 1,104 935 1,313 1,509 1,152 1,823 1,273 1,263

4,556 3,920 4,532 5,308 4,894 4,244 4,416 5,161 3,878 5,181 4,052 4,354

3,146 2,631 3,011 3,456 3,514 3,085 3,072 3,489 2,679 3,563 2,712 2,789

975 690 917 1,105 798 657 871 1,034 711 1,160 907 1,030

1,981 1,581 1,596 2,427 2,052 2,196 1,996 2,633 2,251 2,991 2,149 1,833

208 189 118 216 208 183 183 301 280 377 272 217

282 318 101 475 320 562 346 418 357 433 395 308

133 100 147 163 150 123 180 110 96 28 182 111

368 285 322 492 396 359 388 563 362 563 335 345

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Table 17.

Per Pupil Amounts for Current Spending of Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Current spending For selected objects Geographic area Enrollment1 TENNESSEE--Con. Dependent Schools--Con. Rutherford County........................................ Sevier County............................................... Shelby County.............................................. Sullivan County............................................ Sumner County............................................ Tipton County............................................... Williamson County........................................ Wilson County.............................................. TEXAS Independent Schools: Abilene......................................................... Aldine........................................................... Alief.............................................................. Allen............................................................. Alvin.............................................................. Amarillo........................................................ Arlington....................................................... Austin........................................................... Beaumont..................................................... Birdville......................................................... Brazosport.................................................... Brownsville................................................... Bryan............................................................ Carrollton-Farmers Branch........................... Clear Creek.................................................. Clint.............................................................. Comal........................................................... Conroe.......................................................... Corpus Christi............................................... Crowley........................................................ Cypress-Fairbanks....................................... Dallas........................................................... Deer Park..................................................... Denton.......................................................... Donna........................................................... Duncanville................................................... Eagle Mt-Saginaw........................................ Eagle Pass................................................... Ector County................................................. Edgewood.................................................... Edinburg....................................................... El Paso......................................................... Fort Bend...................................................... Fort Worth.................................................... Frisco............................................................ Galena Park................................................. Garland......................................................... Goose Creek................................................ Grand Prairie................................................ Grapevine-Colleyville................................... Harlandale.................................................... Harlingen Consolidated................................ Hays Consolidated....................................... Houston........................................................ Humble......................................................... Hurst-Euless-Bedford................................... Irving............................................................. Judson.......................................................... Katy.............................................................. Keller............................................................ Killeen........................................................... Klein............................................................. La Joya......................................................... Lamar Consolidated..................................... Salaries and Total 2 wages Employee benefits Total 2 Instruction Salaries and wages Employee benefits Total 2 For selected functions Support services Pupil support Staff support General administration School administration

34,831 14,522 47,126 12,399 26,140 12,030 27,797 14,881

6,187 7,284 6,741 7,239 6,742 6,199 7,201 5,968

3,734 4,670 4,576 4,252 4,172 3,927 4,279 3,554

1,126 1,294 1,127 1,411 1,463 1,102 1,497 1,062

4,227 4,558 4,514 4,621 4,435 4,195 4,711 3,921

2,810 3,129 3,323 3,061 2,967 2,907 3,060 2,606

836 833 711 952 945 791 1,061 769

1,949 2,279 2,056 2,167 1,946 1,620 2,225 1,771

282 386 217 136 231 216 334 185

324 320 372 336 348 196 317 333

125 140 227 159 150 75 159 87

323 455 431 423 382 395 416 387

16,732 58,831 45,696 16,463 14,254 30,394 63,082 82,140 19,517 22,541 13,175 48,334 14,866 26,252 35,528 10,061 14,226 44,460 38,930 14,175 92,135 159,144 12,421 19,722 13,363 12,405 12,655 13,877 26,472 11,916 28,772 62,857 67,014 79,457 23,777 21,275 56,955 20,293 24,616 13,936 14,151 17,684 11,907 202,936 31,327 20,238 32,951 20,263 51,201 27,905 36,651 41,612 25,130 20,708

7,895 8,107 7,637 6,895 7,312 7,342 7,140 8,182 8,911 6,953 7,487 8,277 7,585 7,793 6,878 7,638 6,859 6,712 7,535 6,883 6,767 8,416 8,860 8,310 9,367 7,144 6,901 7,863 7,063 8,805 7,956 7,796 7,063 7,715 7,220 7,438 7,068 7,727 7,125 7,465 8,394 7,556 7,446 7,994 6,990 7,297 6,914 7,238 7,143 6,358 7,683 6,736 8,279 7,473

5,512 5,792 5,608 4,715 4,898 5,099 5,192 5,595 5,721 4,983 5,036 5,590 5,026 5,469 4,696 5,328 4,845 4,774 5,361 4,810 4,996 6,102 5,260 5,912 5,930 5,150 4,547 5,412 4,840 6,037 5,352 5,389 5,067 5,487 5,165 5,328 5,133 5,139 5,067 5,243 5,961 5,002 5,274 5,284 5,169 5,337 5,071 5,217 5,204 4,224 5,513 4,966 5,373 5,069

1,066 789 980 649 909 940 739 1,476 1,194 785 976 1,255 1,169 885 851 839 825 768 794 777 780 831 852 970 1,514 815 625 1,093 923 1,013 1,029 1,057 826 873 791 827 782 957 881 938 876 1,008 819 771 857 758 840 887 864 635 793 758 1,230 985

4,960 4,838 4,821 4,175 4,160 4,651 4,551 4,691 5,262 4,413 4,288 4,906 4,579 4,617 4,287 4,433 4,117 4,036 4,504 4,515 4,373 5,042 4,354 5,174 5,359 4,091 4,334 4,744 4,169 4,921 4,753 4,737 4,491 4,335 4,517 4,351 4,341 4,485 4,424 4,637 4,784 4,581 4,259 4,732 4,340 4,577 4,427 4,374 4,373 3,946 4,793 4,044 4,770 4,596

3,835 3,871 3,875 3,435 3,231 3,538 3,619 3,519 3,843 3,443 3,376 3,743 3,377 3,705 3,323 3,407 3,271 3,235 3,607 3,560 3,523 4,059 3,534 4,183 3,729 3,315 3,366 3,540 3,198 3,874 3,553 3,642 3,554 3,369 3,610 3,508 3,511 3,473 3,488 3,667 3,764 3,402 3,384 3,564 3,564 3,621 3,597 3,556 3,546 3,067 3,751 3,331 3,514 3,548

721 529 649 461 566 609 495 899 749 529 646 776 714 578 571 509 542 485 505 549 529 540 556 647 866 514 464 653 562 604 629 663 569 503 565 520 502 645 586 640 531 637 501 504 529 472 581 550 577 445 511 492 686 675

2,606 2,801 2,407 2,428 2,758 2,291 2,280 3,132 3,191 2,184 2,805 2,844 2,581 2,810 2,316 2,829 2,371 2,434 2,693 2,094 2,071 2,984 4,156 2,815 3,359 2,633 2,275 2,545 2,541 3,334 2,721 2,726 2,304 3,047 2,315 2,689 2,350 2,773 2,321 2,483 3,011 2,567 2,787 2,815 2,362 2,360 2,145 2,489 2,471 2,128 2,529 2,326 3,020 2,508

482 496 358 350 240 404 396 372 345 310 374 412 358 410 311 261 314 355 396 193 327 447 405 453 499 407 263 406 329 474 502 473 362 484 338 352 390 333 452 390 457 396 343 325 396 408 371 372 354 294 396 360 516 341

478 377 318 257 309 436 321 597 383 290 414 518 466 498 295 331 239 223 428 184 287 525 330 440 569 358 243 465 495 661 460 569 273 615 354 447 347 350 351 389 379 357 310 448 309 379 347 308 302 275 503 332 506 210

72 59 53 74 55 55 44 64 143 48 102 41 70 73 72 81 104 70 63 61 39 81 80 100 87 71 92 85 73 84 56 79 41 41 75 64 42 67 39 105 56 63 73 53 70 76 29 67 54 54 51 58 50 59

381 469 455 368 362 405 377 527 442 414 453 411 418 527 370 470 344 392 411 401 331 504 410 434 416 439 346 377 458 451 347 461 377 503 430 406 436 393 405 391 583 422 384 549 422 425 472 375 432 367 415 418 422 388

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Table 17.

Per Pupil Amounts for Current Spending of Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Current spending For selected objects Geographic area Enrollment1 TEXAS--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Laredo.......................................................... Leander........................................................ Lewisville...................................................... Lubbock........................................................ Magnolia....................................................... Mansfield...................................................... McAllen......................................................... McKinney...................................................... Mesquite....................................................... Midland......................................................... Mission Consolidated................................... North East.................................................... Northside...................................................... Northwest..................................................... Pasadena..................................................... Pearland....................................................... Pflugerville.................................................... Pharr-San Juan-Alamo................................. Plano............................................................ Richardson................................................... Rockwall....................................................... Round Rock.................................................. San Angelo................................................... San Antonio.................................................. San Benito Consolidated.............................. San Felipe-Del Rio Consolidated................. Socorro......................................................... Southwest..................................................... Spring........................................................... Spring Branch............................................... Tyler............................................................. United........................................................... Victoria......................................................... Waco............................................................ Weslaco........................................................ Wichita Falls................................................. Ysleta........................................................... UTAH Independent Schools: Alpine........................................................... Box Elder County......................................... Cache County............................................... Davis County................................................ Granite.......................................................... Jordan.......................................................... Nebo............................................................. Ogden........................................................... Provo............................................................ Salt Lake City............................................... Tooele County.............................................. Washington County...................................... Weber County.............................................. VIRGINIA Dependent Schools: Albemarle County......................................... Alexandria.................................................... Arlington County........................................... Augusta County............................................ Bedford County............................................ Chesapeake................................................. Chesterfield County...................................... Fairfax County.............................................. Fauquier County........................................... Frederick County.......................................... Hampton....................................................... Hanover County........................................... Salaries and Total 2 wages Employee benefits Total 2 Instruction Salaries and wages Employee benefits Total 2 For selected functions Support services Pupil support Staff support General administration School administration

24,885 24,333 49,060 28,696 10,531 28,015 24,570 21,289 36,002 20,922 15,462 61,255 82,587 10,388 49,851 16,244 19,811 28,868 52,997 34,042 12,517 39,211 14,916 55,406 10,694 10,195 38,357 10,458 32,255 32,160 18,040 37,807 13,838 15,430 15,933 14,707 45,242

8,587 7,468 7,404 7,846 7,624 6,324 7,934 7,193 7,007 7,410 7,748 7,737 7,310 7,833 7,203 6,539 6,935 8,125 7,749 7,885 7,319 7,304 6,971 8,402 8,200 7,237 7,699 7,607 7,284 8,337 7,764 7,446 7,397 8,131 8,447 7,459 7,508

6,089 5,275 5,094 4,956 5,059 4,525 5,647 4,807 4,776 5,122 5,189 5,528 5,403 4,806 5,058 4,479 4,616 5,111 5,529 5,756 4,836 5,099 4,753 5,856 5,212 4,928 5,042 5,292 5,224 5,950 5,253 5,185 4,945 5,176 5,852 5,007 5,176

949 784 844 979 804 693 1,126 596 795 959 1,024 985 904 693 662 607 722 1,546 896 917 934 959 891 1,382 912 933 1,156 815 692 1,016 729 966 935 909 1,197 840 1,113

5,123 4,476 4,704 4,806 4,694 3,855 4,785 4,459 4,351 4,509 4,573 4,840 4,431 4,589 4,278 3,607 4,228 4,839 5,004 5,106 4,325 4,524 4,291 4,855 4,606 4,428 4,770 4,472 4,376 5,171 4,763 4,309 4,423 4,539 4,870 4,504 4,536

3,938 3,587 3,768 3,595 3,669 3,141 3,746 3,582 3,315 3,514 3,358 3,829 3,596 3,573 3,429 2,921 3,366 3,408 4,053 4,127 3,265 3,541 3,275 3,680 3,333 3,293 3,485 3,465 3,519 4,118 3,665 3,274 3,300 3,406 3,731 3,570 3,440

562 512 613 701 583 454 680 453 553 606 595 653 558 515 427 394 522 885 653 625 575 632 572 826 553 555 733 500 472 674 501 564 593 570 694 588 670

3,005 2,677 2,373 2,676 2,549 2,193 2,733 2,428 2,321 2,516 2,692 2,575 2,509 2,881 2,481 2,656 2,358 2,797 2,441 2,464 2,689 2,464 2,334 3,042 3,067 2,456 2,534 2,674 2,470 2,749 2,630 2,690 2,597 3,192 3,040 2,566 2,648

510 347 386 445 298 321 545 302 322 306 522 440 360 333 311 283 320 430 385 422 353 350 415 487 442 347 364 392 340 418 379 408 410 382 540 442 400

542 465 312 462 231 217 478 347 337 372 470 459 474 462 363 349 358 529 410 356 393 368 332 741 575 451 412 466 289 465 483 316 436 572 623 530 454

70 103 79 73 98 48 64 68 56 76 62 64 48 173 52 70 49 66 70 52 106 82 83 41 74 97 50 58 61 106 101 88 84 83 63 72 61

453 382 445 478 344 501 418 437 388 414 385 435 369 316 483 363 413 371 379 511 389 391 358 480 408 337 380 422 453 501 478 454 357 526 350 389 476

56,460 10,635 13,557 62,193 67,502 78,299 25,602 12,457 13,208 24,314 11,937 24,357 29,095

5,048 5,620 5,656 5,580 5,486 5,111 5,294 6,774 6,122 6,761 5,453 5,363 5,514

2,944 3,274 3,306 3,412 3,467 3,116 3,181 3,769 3,595 4,308 3,139 3,189 3,371

1,441 1,409 1,502 1,325 1,381 1,297 1,346 1,716 1,736 1,449 1,378 1,405 1,327

3,369 3,460 3,619 3,504 3,535 3,196 3,289 3,734 4,311 4,225 3,411 3,448 3,629

2,144 2,231 2,305 2,390 2,401 2,073 2,137 2,437 2,651 2,977 2,188 2,253 2,364

1,007 1,001 1,017 886 959 938 916 1,000 1,375 970 1,009 990 919

1,393 1,691 1,689 1,652 1,673 1,611 1,715 2,558 1,325 2,103 1,671 1,628 1,521

145 184 119 188 252 142 275 432 243 223 191 227 186

239 115 220 232 287 308 198 675 155 530 155 204 82

20 63 34 52 43 32 44 35 113 25 45 21 185

305 358 311 330 331 329 327 410 340 356 341 388 355

12,735 10,334 18,456 11,105 11,146 39,763 58,455 163,952 11,132 12,605 22,265 19,201

11,075 18,400 17,984 8,583 8,057 10,004 8,279 12,716 10,304 9,688 9,685 8,378

7,261 11,930 12,508 5,479 5,128 6,369 5,150 8,385 6,709 6,408 6,134 5,595

2,556 4,159 4,421 1,956 1,729 2,567 1,921 2,872 2,217 2,079 1,967 1,822

6,466 10,769 10,792 5,678 4,898 6,299 5,188 7,722 6,771 5,944 5,713 5,701

4,631 7,826 7,684 3,913 3,412 4,308 3,530 5,429 4,724 4,233 3,951 4,026

1,493 2,464 2,659 1,368 1,151 1,655 1,387 1,867 1,573 1,348 1,236 1,340

4,286 7,172 6,814 2,555 2,777 3,404 2,810 4,293 3,190 3,409 3,587 2,294

506 1,147 1,041 363 362 418 337 693 535 554 537 360

778 1,632 1,719 341 627 688 379 813 427 589 666 325

262 544 460 91 34 84 70 88 93 70 207 121

733 892 867 538 485 573 544 779 576 669 555 367

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Table 17.

Per Pupil Amounts for Current Spending of Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Current spending For selected objects Geographic area Enrollment1 VIRGINIA--Con. Dependent Schools--Con. Henrico County............................................. Loudoun County........................................... Newport News.............................................. Norfolk.......................................................... Portsmouth................................................... Prince William County.................................. Richmond..................................................... Roanoke....................................................... Roanoke County........................................... Rockingham County..................................... Spotsylvania County..................................... Stafford County............................................ Suffolk.......................................................... Virginia Beach.............................................. Williamsburg-James City County................. York County.................................................. WASHINGTON Independent Schools: Auburn.......................................................... Battle Ground............................................... Bellevue........................................................ Bellingham.................................................... Bethel........................................................... Central Kitsap............................................... Central Valley............................................... Clover Park................................................... Edmonds...................................................... Everett.......................................................... Evergreen..................................................... Federal Way................................................. Highline........................................................ Issaquah....................................................... Kennewick.................................................... Kent.............................................................. Lake Washington.......................................... Marysville..................................................... Mukilteo........................................................ North Thurston............................................. Northshore.................................................... Pasco........................................................... Puyallup........................................................ Renton.......................................................... Richland....................................................... Seattle.......................................................... South Kitsap................................................. Spokane....................................................... Tacoma........................................................ Vancouver.................................................... Yakima......................................................... WEST VIRGINIA Independent Schools: Berkeley County........................................... Cabell County............................................... Harrison County........................................... Kanawha County.......................................... Monongalia County...................................... Raleigh County............................................. Wood County................................................ WISCONSIN Independent Schools: Appleton Area............................................... Eau Claire Area............................................ Green Bay.................................................... Janesville...................................................... Kenosha....................................................... Madison........................................................ Salaries and Total 2 wages Employee benefits Total 2 Instruction Salaries and wages Employee benefits Total 2 For selected functions Support services Pupil support Staff support General administration School administration

47,680 50,383 32,373 35,610 15,441 70,948 24,225 13,227 14,884 11,879 24,140 26,508 13,987 72,538 10,107 12,670

8,161 12,234 9,439 9,729 9,693 10,020 12,728 10,244 8,648 8,908 8,873 8,900 8,790 10,123 10,291 8,806

5,285 7,939 6,052 6,316 6,068 6,640 7,560 6,618 5,840 5,617 5,750 5,658 5,768 6,410 6,663 5,609

1,884 2,937 2,063 1,982 2,053 2,049 2,733 2,396 1,936 2,104 1,999 1,850 1,814 2,234 2,235 1,938

4,963 7,913 5,720 6,199 5,782 5,863 7,278 6,285 5,632 5,628 5,410 5,525 5,654 6,022 6,514 5,231

3,518 5,421 3,834 4,365 3,987 4,193 4,737 4,406 4,097 3,866 3,923 3,832 4,044 4,262 4,622 3,654

1,223 1,975 1,340 1,374 1,291 1,280 1,669 1,557 1,347 1,408 1,295 1,247 1,258 1,399 1,549 1,266

2,901 3,965 3,334 3,156 3,454 3,810 5,020 3,589 2,684 2,936 3,122 3,024 2,759 3,763 3,472 3,258

374 581 508 450 441 443 688 545 455 407 428 507 381 416 636 435

621 609 557 606 875 862 1,401 711 402 394 670 500 340 924 516 424

108 81 221 286 136 80 68 110 82 117 86 123 89 60 191 278

468 687 526 462 481 714 810 509 533 598 490 588 487 595 482 543

14,519 13,103 16,722 10,714 18,003 12,324 12,033 11,849 21,030 18,890 25,210 22,759 17,359 16,298 14,978 27,234 23,799 11,896 14,484 13,501 20,252 12,660 21,018 13,565 10,135 46,113 10,614 30,181 30,124 22,421 14,298

7,917 6,596 8,772 8,177 7,881 8,591 8,042 9,548 8,294 8,245 7,979 7,796 8,958 7,740 7,774 8,011 7,916 8,205 8,168 8,023 8,395 7,676 8,010 8,208 7,959 10,065 7,846 8,925 9,326 8,247 9,344

5,159 3,848 5,664 5,357 5,060 5,683 5,372 6,099 5,440 5,353 5,073 5,025 5,747 4,968 5,087 4,869 5,082 5,391 5,327 5,153 5,611 4,776 5,164 5,362 4,828 6,287 5,011 5,913 6,079 5,503 5,632

1,538 1,205 1,755 1,641 1,530 1,708 1,721 1,903 1,698 1,575 1,562 1,600 1,765 1,552 1,617 1,594 1,536 1,593 1,597 1,693 1,630 1,643 1,481 1,617 1,468 1,841 1,586 1,774 1,920 1,689 1,803

4,839 3,935 5,355 4,982 4,512 5,290 4,788 5,376 4,985 4,994 4,805 4,809 5,282 4,664 4,960 4,754 4,987 4,973 5,179 4,915 5,142 4,613 4,820 5,050 4,375 5,680 4,462 5,460 5,505 4,899 5,993

3,401 2,773 3,710 3,542 3,141 3,762 3,423 3,725 3,484 3,636 3,458 3,364 3,643 3,256 3,518 3,212 3,522 3,493 3,695 3,496 3,709 3,182 3,319 3,519 3,071 3,952 3,159 3,938 3,877 3,535 3,874

997 863 1,103 1,038 925 1,078 1,054 1,121 1,078 1,053 1,041 1,056 1,097 985 1,052 1,029 1,029 991 1,083 1,099 1,042 1,001 939 1,073 871 1,116 923 1,138 1,186 1,048 1,210

2,679 2,323 3,024 2,788 2,994 2,932 2,806 3,752 2,968 2,921 2,854 2,590 3,279 2,643 2,417 2,843 2,550 2,870 2,578 2,716 2,873 2,653 2,847 2,805 3,182 4,041 3,049 3,069 3,420 2,980 2,926

497 399 622 576 645 534 647 693 643 742 560 717 730 523 510 556 497 609 498 520 600 572 578 596 545 757 652 565 772 531 623

310 224 334 435 412 442 330 452 420 363 481 186 502 328 378 326 320 311 342 398 402 372 358 413 319 610 309 484 428 467 456

35 59 60 76 51 70 78 125 30 48 46 88 36 58 32 34 44 51 44 52 44 42 84 33 46 168 67 46 67 53 67

486 381 488 466 468 470 529 596 460 448 498 490 550 398 397 566 528 508 406 487 444 450 485 436 493 626 481 582 626 557 525

16,322 12,302 11,279 28,104 10,098 11,930 13,554

9,433 9,807 9,447 9,855 9,316 9,523 9,952

5,313 5,431 5,246 5,628 5,296 5,379 5,454

2,583 2,750 2,720 2,815 2,714 2,820 2,766

5,509 5,900 5,381 5,801 5,555 5,438 5,898

3,460 3,471 3,153 3,597 3,474 3,356 3,598

1,638 1,730 1,621 1,753 1,751 1,798 1,800

3,413 3,326 3,560 3,410 3,264 3,559 3,484

347 423 422 432 484 438 308

481 624 563 296 314 569 595

155 80 196 347 155 252 140

531 464 556 533 496 470 495

15,243 10,861 20,070 10,555 22,482 24,755

9,982 10,343 10,541 9,707 10,070 12,355

5,416 5,703 6,109 5,656 5,434 7,053

2,864 3,147 3,039 2,593 3,152 3,382

6,453 6,246 6,535 6,046 6,419 7,330

4,135 4,070 4,263 4,142 3,873 4,880

1,931 1,894 2,001 1,685 2,260 2,209

3,223 3,702 3,617 3,349 3,373 4,653

466 390 644 599 605 789

449 400 568 431 537 608

128 152 110 144 78 151

501 571 708 425 521 675

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Table 17.

Per Pupil Amounts for Current Spending of Public Elementary-Secondary School Systems with Enrollments of 10,000 or More: 2006-07--Con.

(Dollars. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text.) Current spending For selected objects Geographic area Enrollment1 WISCONSIN--Con. Independent Schools--Con. Milwaukee................................................... Oshkosh Area............................................. Racine........................................................ Sheboygan Area......................................... Waukesha................................................... WYOMING Independent Schools: Laramie County 1....................................... Natrona County..........................................
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For selected functions Instruction Support services Employee benefits Pupil support Staff support General administration School administration

Salaries and Total wages
2

Employee benefits

Salaries and Total wages
2

Total

2

89,912 10,277 21,696 10,238 13,577

11,725 9,797 10,102 10,747 9,930

5,704 5,357 5,320 6,545 5,476

3,317 2,792 3,122 2,807 2,831

6,990 6,235 6,453 7,220 6,382

3,870 4,034 3,952 4,914 4,159

2,193 1,928 2,241 2,036 2,020

4,297 3,271 3,332 3,259 3,250

587 460 537 588 454

717 409 395 431 330

309 110 123 218 127

661 461 534 558 528

12,832 11,741

12,229 12,551

7,664 7,873

2,736 2,857

7,114 7,621

4,854 5,158

1,695 1,860

4,739 4,644

766 769

1,102 1,068

88 98

704 723

Enrollments reflect fall 2006 memberships reported to the National Center for Education Statistics in the Public Elementary-Secondary Education Agency Universe Survey. Includes amounts not shown separately.

Notes: See Appendix B for a description of state-specific reporting anomalies. Payments to other school systems are excluded in this table. Expenditure for adult education, community services, and other nonelementary-secondary programs are also excluded. Due to enrollments under 10,000, Maine and Vermont are not shown on the individual unit tables.

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Table 18.

Population, Enrollment, and Personal Income by State: 2006 and 2007

(Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text of the "Public Education Finances" report.) SOURCE: 2007 Census of Governments Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems. Data are not subject to sampling error, but for information on nonsampling error and definitions, see introductory text of the "Public Education Finances" report. Data users who create their own estimates from these tables should cite the U.S. Census Bureau as the source of the original data only. Geographic area United States..................................... Alabama............................................... Alaska.................................................. Arizona................................................. Arkansas.............................................. California.............................................. Colorado.............................................. Connecticut.......................................... Delaware.............................................. District of Columbia.............................. Florida.................................................. Georgia................................................ Hawaii.................................................. Idaho.................................................... Illinois................................................... Indiana................................................. Iowa..................................................... Kansas................................................. Kentucky.............................................. Louisiana............................................. Maine................................................... Maryland.............................................. Massachusetts..................................... Michigan.............................................. Minnesota............................................ Mississippi........................................... Missouri............................................... Montana............................................... Nebraska............................................. Nevada................................................ New Hampshire................................... New Jersey.......................................... New Mexico......................................... New York............................................. North Carolina...................................... North Dakota........................................ Ohio..................................................... Oklahoma............................................ Oregon................................................. Pennsylvania....................................... Rhode Island........................................ South Carolina..................................... South Dakota....................................... Tennessee........................................... Texas................................................... Utah..................................................... Vermont............................................... Virginia................................................. Washington.......................................... West Virginia........................................ Wisconsin............................................ Wyoming..............................................
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State population (thousands) 1 2007 301,290 4,627 681 6,353 2,831 36,378 4,843 3,490 862 588 18,200 9,523 1,277 1,496 12,826 6,336 2,983 2,777 4,236 4,373 1,315 5,619 6,468 10,050 5,182 2,921 5,878 957 1,769 2,554 1,312 8,653 1,964 19,429 9,042 638 11,478 3,608 3,736 12,420 1,053 4,405 796 6,149 23,843 2,669 621 7,699 6,450 1,810 5,599 523

2006 298,755 4,590 677 6,166 2,809 36,250 4,766 3,496 853 585 18,058 9,342 1,279 1,464 12,777 6,303 2,973 2,756 4,204 4,243 1,315 5,602 6,434 10,102 5,155 2,899 5,838 947 1,764 2,492 1,312 8,666 1,942 19,282 8,869 637 11,464 3,578 3,691 12,403 1,062 4,330 788 6,075 23,408 2,580 621 7,640 6,375 1,809 5,573 513

Elementary-secondary enrollment 2007 3 2006 4 48,441,473 743,273 132,197 969,865 474,532 6,231,589 790,834 555,996 114,678 56,943 2,656,176 1,628,409 180,728 262,935 2,105,822 1,034,685 483,122 468,974 646,360 662,302 193,539 851,640 945,070 1,700,665 816,212 494,135 912,229 144,258 287,135 422,782 198,625 1,372,748 327,816 2,754,976 1,416,028 96,577 1,758,645 639,032 561,246 1,807,367 147,861 701,580 121,158 978,368 4,513,835 504,079 90,970 1,220,440 1,026,121 281,298 870,584 85,034 48,380,507 743,265 132,893 1,004,441 472,609 6,255,811 779,449 556,442 114,371 59,616 2,663,973 1,597,682 182,818 258,314 2,102,863 1,026,190 483,482 465,926 679,621 648,313 195,174 860,021 949,951 1,729,048 818,040 493,952 915,870 145,259 286,154 412,747 201,044 1,380,119 326,761 2,787,366 1,388,216 98,172 1,769,274 634,468 556,657 1,759,540 150,112 699,027 121,718 953,796 4,450,272 496,507 92,340 1,213,616 1,031,668 279,788 869,596 86,155

Personal income (calendar year, million dollars)2 2006 2005 10,978,053 141,630 25,932 199,465 79,845 1,445,581 188,214 179,974 32,947 34,440 668,484 300,982 47,334 44,383 490,683 201,452 97,152 95,160 124,058 139,329 42,404 245,879 298,363 332,617 200,296 78,419 189,653 29,366 59,927 96,512 51,964 404,474 56,870 846,795 285,445 20,515 378,124 116,876 123,857 455,884 39,891 129,920 25,427 195,197 821,642 75,598 21,810 306,918 245,765 50,472 191,895 22,236 10,284,378 133,063 24,299 180,878 74,835 1,347,943 175,815 166,987 31,211 31,195 616,767 283,913 44,333 40,414 464,162 193,515 93,335 89,773 118,301 111,696 40,634 232,457 280,502 330,490 190,529 74,033 181,930 27,313 57,727 90,267 48,979 377,006 54,008 790,329 266,985 20,341 365,327 106,493 114,648 431,836 38,388 120,729 24,650 184,637 760,316 70,167 20,324 287,250 224,808 47,955 181,980 18,907

U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. Census Bureau; Internet release date: December 22, 2008 (2007 data) and December 27, 2007 (2006 data). U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis; Internet release dates (for revised state personal income estimates): March 24, 2009 (2006 data) and

September 20, 2007 (2005 data). 3 Enrollments represent fall 2006 memberships collected by NCES on the CCD Agency file - "Local Education Agency (School District) Universe Survey: 2006-07." Enrollments for private charter schools, state educational facilities, and federal school systems have been excluded.
4

Enrollments represent fall 2005 memberships collected by NCES on the CCD Agency file - "Local Education Agency (School District) Universe Survey: 2005-06." Enrollments

for private charter schools, state educational facilities, and federal school systems have been excluded.

Note: Totals for the United States include all 50 states and the District of Columbia.

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Appendix A. Definitions of Selected Terms

Major categories for the U.S. Census Bureau's classification of government finances, as applicable to school systems, are defined below. Capital Outlay. Direct expenditure for construction of buildings, roads, and other improvements undertaken either on a contractual basis by private contractors or through a government’s own staff (i.e., force account); for purchases of equipment, land, and existing structures; and for payments on capital leases. Includes amounts for additions, replacements, and major alterations to fixed works and structures. However, expenditure for maintenance and repairs to such works and structures is classified as current spending. Cash and Deposits. Cash on hand and on deposit, including any savings and other time deposits, as well as demand deposits. Cash and Security Holdings. Cash, deposits, and government and private securities (bonds, notes, stocks, mortgages, etc.) except holdings of agency and private trust funds. Does not include interfund loans, receivables, and the value of real property and other fixed assets. Construction. Production of fixed works and structures and additions, replacements, and major alterations thereto, including planning and design of specific projects, site improvements, and provision of equipment and facilities that are integral parts of a structure. Includes both construction undertaken either on a contractual basis by private contractors or through a government’s own staff (i.e., force account). Contributions from Parent Government. Tax receipts and other amounts appropriated by a parent government and transferred to its dependent school system. Excludes intergovernmental revenue, current charges, and miscellaneous general revenue. Current Charges. Amounts received from the public for performance of specific services benefitting the person charged and from sales of commodities and services. Includes school lunch sales (gross), tuition paid by individuals, revenue from the sale and rental of textbooks, transportation fees, and receipts from centrally administered student activity funds. Excludes amounts received from other governments and interfund transfers. Current Operation. Direct expenditure for salaries, employee benefits, purchased professional and technical services, purchased property and other services, and supplies. It includes gross school system expenditure for instruction, support services, and noninstructional functions. It excludes expenditure for debt service, capital outlay, and reimbursement to other governments (including other school systems). Also excluded are payments made on behalf of the school system by other governments including employee retirement payments made by state governments to state retirement funds and to social security. Employer contributions made by those few school systems that have their own retirement systems (such as the Chicago Board of Education and the Denver Public School System) into their own retirement funds are excluded. Current operation expenditure is a standard classification item used in all Census Bureau government finance reports. Current Spending. Comprises current operation expenditure (as defined above), payments made by the state government on behalf of school systems, and transfers made by school systems into their own retirement funds. This classification is used only in Census Bureau education reports in an effort to provide statistics for users who wish to make interstate comparisons. It is not used in other government finance reports to avoid double-counting expenditure between levels of government and funds. W hile expenditure made by the state government on behalf of the school systems is available on a state aggregate basis, it is frequently not available for each school system in given states. Therefore, these payments are included under current spending in the tables which display state totals and are often estimated for the local school systems to be included in the tables which display individual school units. Appendix B identifies this anomaly on a state-by-state basis. Debt. Short- and long-term credit obligations of a school system or that portion of a parent government’s credit obligations devoted to a dependent system. Excludes noninterest-bearing short-term obligations, interfund obligations, amounts owed in a trust or agency capacity, leases, advances, and contingent loans from other governments, and rights of individuals to benefits from school system employee-retirement funds. Debt Outstanding at the End of Fiscal Year. All debt obligations remaining unpaid at the end of the fiscal year.

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Elementary-Secondary Education. Prekindergarten through 12th grade regular, special, and vocational education, as well as cocurricular, community service, and adult education programs provided by a public school system. The financial activities of these systems for all instruction, support service, and noninstructional activities are included in this category. Employee Benefit Expenditure. Amounts paid by the school system for fringe benefits. These amounts are not included in salaries and wages paid directly to employees. Includes contributions on behalf of employees for retirement coverage, social security, group health and life insurance, tuition reimbursement, worker's compensation, and unemployment compensation. Enrollment. Count of pupils on pupil rolls in the Fall of the school system's fiscal year for which data are shown. Equipment. Apparatus, furnishings, motor vehicles, office machines, and the like having an expected life of more than five years. Equipment expenditure consists only of amounts for purchase of equipment, including both additional equipment and replacements. Expenditure for facilities that are integral parts of structures is classified as expenditure for construction or for purchase of land and existing structures. Expenditure. All amounts of money paid out by a school system – net of recoveries and other correcting transactions – other than for retirement of debt, purchase of securities, extension of loans, and agency transactions. Note that expenditure includes only external transactions of a school system and excludes noncash transactions, such as the provision of perquisites or other payments in-kind. Federal Aid – Direct. Aid from project grants for programs such as Impact Aid, Indian Education, Head Start, Follow Through, Magnet Schools, Dropout Demonstration Assistance, and Gifted and Talented. Impact Aid. Revenue authorized to assist in the construction (P.L. 81-815) and operation (P.L.-874) of schools in areas affected by federal activities. Federal Aid Distributed by State Governments. Aid from formula grants distributed through state government agencies. Includes revenue from such programs as: Child Nutrition Programs. Payments by the Department of Agriculture for the National School Lunch, Special Milk, School Breakfast, and Ala Carte programs. Excludes the value of donated commodities. Compensatory (Title I) Programs. Revenue authorized by Title I of the Elementary-Secondary Education Act (PL 102-382). Includes basic, concentration, and migratory education grants. Special Education Programs. Revenue awarded under the Individuals with Disabilities Act (PL 105-17). Includes formula grants authorized in Part B of this legislation but excludes project grants authorized in Part D. Revenue from this excluded project grant is included in Federal Aid – Direct. Vocational Programs. Revenue from the Carl D. Perkins Vocational Education Act. Includes revenue from Title II (Basic Grants) and Title III-E (Tech-Prep Education). Other Federal Aid Distributed by the State. Includes revenue from other formula grant programs distributed through state governments, such as the Adult Education Act (Part B), Title V, Part A grants sanctioned by the ElementarySecondary Education Act, Drug Free Schools authorized by Title IV-A of the Elementary-Secondary Education Act, and Mathematics, Science, and Teacher Quality (Title II-A and Title II-B of the Elementary-Secondary Education Act). Nonspecified Federal Aid Distributed by the State. Federal revenue amounts that pertain to more than one of the above categories but which reporting units could not provide distinct amounts into these categories. This revenue is included in “nonspecified” instead of “other.” Fiscal Year. The 12-month period at the end of which the school district determines its financial condition and the results of its operations and closes its books. Fixed Charges. Charges of a generally recurrent nature which are not readily allocable to another function. Such charges include employee benefits, retirement and insurance programs, and worker’s compensation.

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Instruction Expenditure. Relates to the instruction function (Function 1000) defined in “Financial Accounting for Local and State School Systems,” National Center for Education Statistics, 2003. Instruction presented under the current operation or current spending headings includes payments from all funds for salaries, employee benefits (paid by school system only if under “current operation” or paid by both school and state if under “current spending”), supplies, materials, and contractual services. It excludes capital outlay, debt service, and interfund transfers. Instruction covers regular, special, and vocational programs offered in both the regular school year and summer school. It excludes instructional, student, and other support activities, as well as adult education, community services, and student enterprise activities. Instructional Equipment. Expenditure for all equipment recorded by school systems in general or operating funds under the “instruction” function. Interest Earnings. Interest earned on deposits and securities including amounts for accrued interest on investment securities sold. However, receipts for accrued interest on bonds issued are classified as offsets to interest expenditure. Note that interest earnings shown under elementary-secondary revenue do not include earnings on assets of employee-retirement systems. Interest Expenditure. Amounts paid for use of borrowed money. Long-Term Debt. Debt payable more than one year after date of issue. Long-Term Debt Issued. The par value of long-term debt obligations incurred during the fiscal period concerned, including funding and refunding obligations. Debt obligations authorized but not actually incurred during the fiscal period are not included. Long-Term Debt Retired. The par value of long-term debt obligations liquidated by repayment or exchange, including debt retired by refunding operations. Nonelementary-Secondary Programs. Comprises expenditure by a school district for the operation of community services (e.g., swimming pools, public libraries, programs for the elderly, and child care centers); adult education classes; and other activities not related to elementary-secondary education, such as community college programs. Other Current Spending. Current spending for other than elementary-secondary education instruction and support services activities. Included in this category are food services, enterprise operations, community services, and adult education expenditure. Payments to Other Governments. Payments made to states, counties, cities, and special district school housing authorities including repayment of loans and debt service payments to entities that incur debt instead of the school system. Payments to Other School Systems is included in this category in the tables that display individual school systems but excluded (to avoid double-counting) in the state aggregate tables. Payments to Other School Systems. Payments to in-state and out-of-state public school systems for tuition, transportation, data processing, or other purchased services. These amounts are excluded from state aggregate tables but included in “Payments to Other Governments” in the individual unit tables. Property Taxes. Taxes conditioned on ownership of property and measured by its value. Includes general property taxes relating to property as a whole, taxed at a single rate or at classified rates according to the class of property. Property refers to real property (e.g., land and structures), as well as personal property. Personal property can be either tangible (e.g., automobiles and boats) or intangible (e.g., bank accounts and stocks and bonds). Public School Systems. Includes independent school district governments and dependent school systems. Independent school district governments are organized local entities providing public elementary, secondary, special, and vocational-technical education which, under the law, have sufficient administrative and fiscal autonomy to qualify as governments. Dependent school systems lack sufficient autonomy to be counted as separate governments and are classified as dependent agencies of some other government – a county, municipality, township, or state government. Purchase of Land and Existing Structures. Expenditure for the acquisition of land and existing buildings including purchases of rights-of-way, payments on capital leases, title searches, and similar activities associated with real property purchase transactions. Revenue. All amounts of money received by a school system from external sources – net of refunds and other correcting Survey of Local Government Finances - School Systems A-3 U .S . C ensus Bureau

transactions – other than from issuance of debt, liquidation of investments, or as agency and private trust transactions. Note that revenue excludes noncash transactions, such as receipt of services, commodities, or other “receipts in-kind.” Salaries and W ages. Amounts paid for compensation of school system officers and employees. Consists of gross compensation before deductions for withheld taxes, retirement contributions, or other purposes. School Lunch Charges. Gross collections from cafeteria sales to children and adults. Short-Term Debt. Interest-bearing debt payable within one year from date of issue, such as bond anticipation notes, bank loans, and tax anticipation notes and warrants. Includes obligations having no fixed maturity date if payable from a tax levied for collection in the year of their issuance. State Aid. State revenue paid to the school system for any purpose, restricted or unrestricted, including the following: Capital Outlay/Debt Service. Revenue paid for school construction and building aid including amounts to help the school systems pay for servicing debt. Compensatory Programs. Revenue for “at risk” or other economically disadvantaged students including migratory children. Also includes monies from state programs directed toward the attainment of basic skills and categorical education excellence and quality education programs that provide more than staff enhancements – such as materials, resource centers, and equipment. General Formula Assistance. Revenue from general noncategorical state assistance programs such as foundation, minimum or basic formula support, apportionment, equalization, flat or block grants, and state public school fund distributions. This category also includes revenue dedicated from major state taxes, such as income and sales taxes. Payments on Behalf of Local Education Agency (LEA). State payments that benefit school systems but are not paid directly to school systems. Includes amounts transferred into state teacher or public employee retirement funds, as well as into funds for other kinds of employee benefits, such as group health, life, and unemployment compensation. This category also includes state payments for textbooks, school buses, and telecommunications that are provided to public school systems. Special Education Programs. Revenue for the education of physically and mentally handicapped students. Staff Improvement Programs. Revenue for programs designed to improve the quantity and quality of school system staff. Examples include programs for additional teacher units, teacher benefits such as retirement and social security contributions paid directly to the school system, mentor teachers, teacher induction, staff development contracts and stipends, career ladder contracts, in-service training, health insurance, principal leadership, teacher quality contracts, and salaries for specific types of instructional and support staff. Transportation Programs. Payments for various state transportation aid programs, such as those that compensate the school system for part of its transportation expense and those that provide reimbursement for transportation salaries or school bus purchase. Vocational Programs. Revenue for state vocational education assistance programs including career education programs. Other State Aid. All other state revenue that is paid directly to the school systems including funds for bilingual education, gifted and talented programs, food services, debt services, instructional materials, textbooks, computer equipment, library resources, guidance and psychological services, driver education, energy conservation, enrollment increases and losses, health, alcohol and drug abuse, AIDS, child abuse, summer school, prekindergarten and early childhood, adult education (excluding vocational), desegregation, private schools, safety and law enforcement, and community services. In cases where these programs are covered under a state government's general formula assistance program, revenue will be shown under “general formula assistance” instead of under this category. Nonspecified State Aid. State revenue amounts that pertain to more than one of the above categories but which reporting units could not provide distinct amounts into these categories. This revenue is included in “nonspecified” instead of “other.”

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Support Services Expenditure. Relates to support services functions (Function 2000) defined in “Financial Accounting for Local and State School Systems,” National Center for Education Statistics, 2003. Support services presented under the current operation or current spending headings include payments from all funds for salaries, employee benefits (paid by school system only if under “current operation” or paid by both school and state if under “current spending”), supplies, materials, and contractual services. It excludes capital outlay, debt service, and interfund transfers. It includes expenditure for the following functions: General Administration. (Function 2300) Expenditure for board of education and executive administration (office of the superintendent) services. Instructional Staff Support. (Function 2200) Expenditure for supervision of instruction service improvements, curriculum development, instructional staff training, and media, library, audiovisual, television, and computer-assisted instruction services. Operation and Maintenance of Plant. (Function 2600) Expenditure for building services (heating, electricity, air conditioning, property insurance), care and upkeep of grounds and equipment, nonstudent transportation vehicle operation and maintenance, and security services. Pupil Support Services. (Function 2100) Expenditure for attendance record-keeping, social work, student accounting, counseling, student appraisal, record maintenance, and placement services. This category also includes medical, dental, nursing, psychological, and speech services. Pupil Transportation Services. (Function 2700) Expenditure for the transportation of public school students including vehicle operation, monitoring riders, and vehicle servicing and maintenance. School Administration. (Function 2400) Expenditure for the office of principal services. Other Support Services. Expenditure for central/business support (Function 2500) and other support (Function 2900) services. Business support services include payments for fiscal services (budgeting, receiving and disbursing funds, payroll, internal auditing, and accounting), purchasing, warehousing, supply distribution, printing, publishing, and duplicating services. Central support services include planning, research, development, and evaluation services. They also include information services, staff services (recruitment, staff accounting, noninstructional in-service training, staff health services), and data processing services. Nonspecified Support Services. Expenditure that pertains to more than one of the above categories. In some cases, reporting units could not provide distinct expenditure amounts for each support services category. This expenditure is included in “nonspecified” instead of “other support services.” Taxes. Compulsory contributions exacted by a school system for public purposes, except employee and employer assessments for retirement and social insurance purposes, which are classified as insurance trust revenue. All tax revenue is classified as general revenue and comprises amounts received (including interest and penalties but excluding protested amounts and refunds) from all taxes imposed by a government. Note that school system tax revenue excludes any amounts from shares of state-imposed-and-collected taxes, which are classified as intergovernmental revenue.

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Appendix B. Notes Relating to Education Finance Data

The characteristics of elementary-secondary school finance data are influenced by accounting requirements mandated by each state education agency. The level of financial detail that school systems must maintain varies from state to state. Different state financing methods, such as making payments on behalf of school systems to fund teacher retirement, and the use of different accounting handbooks also cause variation. This variation creates differences in the content of information presented in this report. This appendix describes, on a state-by-state basis, these differences and adjustments made to improve data comparability. ALASKA Payments to other school systems cannot be isolated in the Alaska school finance reporting system. These amounts are usually minor. They will slightly inflate the current spending amounts presented for both state aggregates and individual school systems. ARIZONA Payments to other school systems cannot be isolated in the Arizona school finance reporting system. These amounts are usually minor. They will slightly inflate the current spending amounts presented for both state aggregates and individual school systems. The state financial reporting system does not isolate capital outlay payments for the purchase of land and existing structures. These amounts are included with amounts shown for “construction.” ARKANSAS Changes to state and local revenue, effective in FY 1999, reflect consistency with the classification of the 25-mill uniform rate of ad valorem property tax (Amendment 74 of the Arkansas Constitution) as state revenue in the state and local government finance survey. Payments made by the state government into the state retirement system on behalf of Arkansas school systems, as well as payments for various state-supported programs are included in the tables that display state totals of elementary-secondary education finances. These payments have been estimated for local school systems and appear in the tabular detail for state revenue and expenditure of individual school systems. CALIFORNIA Payments made by the state government into the state retirement system on behalf of California school systems are included in the tables that display state totals of elementary-secondary education finances. These payments have been estimated for local school systems and appear in the tabular detail for state revenue and expenditure of individual school systems. CONNECTICUT The state financial reporting system does not isolate capital outlay payments for the purchase of land and existing structures. These amounts are included with amounts shown for “construction.” Payments made by the state government into the state retirement system on behalf of Connecticut school systems are included in the tables that display state totals of elementary-secondary education finances. These payments have been estimated for local school systems and appear in the tabular detail for state revenue and expenditure of individual school systems. Debt information for some dependent city and town school districts in Connecticut is not available and thus not reported in the data.

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DELAW ARE The state financial reporting system does not isolate capital outlay payments for the purchase of land and existing structures. These amounts are included with amounts shown for “construction.” DISTRICT OF COLUM BIA The District of Columbia's financial reporting system does not isolate capital outlay payments for the purchase of land and existing structures. These payments are included in “construction.” FLORIDA Payments to other school systems cannot be isolated in the Florida school finance reporting system. These amounts are usually minor. They will slightly inflate the current spending amounts presented for both state aggregates and individual school systems. GEORGIA Compensatory (Title I), Special Education, and Vocational federal grants cannot be isolated in the Georgia accounting structure. These amounts are included in “Other and Nonspecified” federal revenue in Tables 2 and 15 of this report. Payments made by the state government into the state retirement system on behalf of Georgia school systems are included in the tables that display state totals of elementary-secondary education finances. These payments are included in both the state aggregate tables that display elementary-secondary school finance data and the tabular detail for state revenue and expenditure of individual school systems. IDAHO The state financial reporting system does not isolate capital outlay payments for the purchase of land and existing structures. These amounts are included with amounts shown for “construction.” Payments to other school systems cannot be isolated in the Idaho school finance reporting system. These amounts are usually minor. They will slightly inflate the current spending amounts presented for both state aggregates and individual school systems. Payments made by the state government for unemployment insurance on behalf of Idaho school systems are included in the tables that display state totals of elementary-secondary education finances. These payments are included in both the state aggregate tables that display elementary-secondary school finance data and the tabular detail for state revenue and expenditure of individual school systems. ILLINOIS The state financial reporting system does not isolate capital outlay payments for the purchase of land and existing structures. These amounts are included with amounts shown for “construction.” Payments made by the state government into the state’s public school retirement systems on behalf of Illinois school districts, and state payments for textbooks and transportation are included in the tables that display state totals of elementary-secondary education finances. These payments have been estimated for local school systems and appear in the tabular detail for state revenue and expenditure of individual school systems. Illinois corporate personal property replacement tax revenue is included as state rather than local revenue in this report. INDIANA Payments made by the state government into the state retirement system on behalf of Indiana school corporations are included in the tables that display state totals of elementary-secondary education finances. These payments have been estimated for local school systems and appear in the tabular detail for state revenue and expenditure of individual school systems.

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KANSAS Special Education federal grants cannot be isolated in the Kansas accounting structure. These amounts are included in “Other and Nonspecified” federal revenue in Tables 2 and 15 of this report. Payments made by the state government into the state retirement system for school employees on behalf of Kansas school systems are included in the tables that display state totals of elementary-secondary education finances. These payments are included in both the state aggregate tables that display elementary-secondary school finance data and the tabular detail for state revenue and expenditure of individual school systems. KENTUCKY Kentucky’s prekindergarten enrollment amounts are not included in the data. Compensatory (Title I), Special Education, and Vocational federal grants cannot be isolated in the Kentucky accounting structure. These amounts are included in “Other and Nonspecified” federal revenue in Tables 2 and 15 of this report. Payments made by the state government into the state teachers' retirement system and for health and life insurance on behalf of Kentucky school systems are included in the tables that display state totals of elementary-secondary education finances. These payments have been estimated for local school systems and appear in the tabular detail for state revenue and expenditure of individual school systems. M AINE Payments made by the state government into the state retirement system on behalf of Maine school systems are included in the tables that display state totals of elementary-secondary education finances. These payments have been estimated for local school systems and appear in the tabular detail for state revenue and expenditure of individual school systems. M ARYLAND Payments made by the state government into state retirement funds on behalf of Maryland school systems are included in the financial statements sent to the state education agency. These payments are included in both the state aggregate tables that display elementary-secondary school finance data and the tabular detail for state revenue and expenditure of individual school systems. M ASSACHUSETTS Payments made by the state government into the state retirement system on behalf of Massachusetts school systems are included in the tables that display state totals of elementary-secondary education finances. These payments have been estimated for local school systems and appear in the tabular detail for state revenue and expenditure of individual school systems. M INNESOTA The state financial reporting system does not isolate capital outlay payments for the purchase of land and existing structures. These amounts are included with amounts shown for “construction.” M ISSISSIPPI The state financial reporting system does not isolate capital outlay payments for the purchase of land and existing structures. These amounts are included with amounts shown for “construction.” Payments to other school systems cannot be isolated in the M ississippi school finance reporting system. These amounts are usually minor. They will slightly inflate the current spending amounts presented for both state aggregates and individual school systems.

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M ISSOURI The Census Bureau’s reporting system includes Missouri’s Proposition C sales tax revenue in the category of revenue from state rather than revenue from local sources. NEVADA The local school support sales tax is included as a state revenue source rather than as a local sales tax. Revenue from the motor vehicle privilege tax is also included under state source revenue. The public utility franchise tax is classified as a public utility tax of the local school districts. NEW HAM PSHIRE Payments made by the state government into the state retirement system for teachers on behalf of New Hampshire school systems are included in the tables that display state totals of elementary-secondary education finances. These payments have been estimated for local school systems and appear in the tabular detail for state revenue and expenditure of individual school systems. NEW JERSEY Payments made by the state government for employer contributions to the Teachers’ Pension and Annuity Fund and for social security payments on behalf of New Jersey school systems are included in the tables that display state totals of elementary-secondary education finances. These payments are also included in the tabular detail for state revenue and expenditure of individual school systems. NORTH CAROLINA North Carolina’s prekindergarten enrollment and expenditure amounts are not included in the data. Compensatory (Title I), Special Education, and Vocational federal grants cannot be isolated in the North Carolina accounting structure. These amounts are included in “Other and Nonspecified” federal revenue in Tables 2 and 15 of this report. Payments to other school systems cannot be isolated in the North Carolina school finance reporting system. These amounts are usually minor. They will slightly inflate the current spending amounts presented for both state aggregates and individual school systems. State payments on behalf of North Carolina school systems for textbooks and the purchase of school buses are included in the financial statements sent to the state education agency. These payments are included in both the state aggregate tables that display elementary-secondary school finance data and the tabular detail for state revenue and expenditure of individual school systems. The state financial reporting system does not isolate capital outlay payments for the purchase of land and existing structures. These amounts are included with amounts shown for “construction.” OHIO Compensatory (Title I) federal grants cannot be isolated in the Ohio accounting structure. These amounts are included in “Other and Nonspecified” federal revenue in Tables 2 and 15 of this report. OKLAHOM A Payments made by the state government into the state retirement fund on behalf of Oklahoma school systems are included in the tables that display state totals of elementary-secondary education finances. These payments have been estimated for local school systems and appear in the tabular detail for state revenue and expenditure of individual school systems.

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RHODE ISLAND Payments made by the state government into the state retirement fund on behalf of Rhode Island school systems are included in the tables that display state totals of elementary-secondary education finances. These payments have been estimated for local school systems and appear in the tabular detail for state revenue and expenditure of individual school systems. SOUTH CAROLINA Payments made by the state government for student testing, textbooks, and transportation on behalf of South Carolina school systems are included in the tables that display state totals of elementary-secondary education finances. These payments have been estimated for local school systems and appear in the tabular detail for state revenue and expenditure of individual school systems. SOUTH DAKOTA The state financial reporting system does not isolate capital outlay payments for the purchase of land and existing structures. These amounts are included with amounts shown for “construction.” Payments made by the state government on behalf of South Dakota school systems for telecommunications are included in the tables that display state totals of elementary-secondary education finances. These payments are also included in the tabular detail for state revenue and expenditure of individual school systems. TEXAS Payments made by the state government on behalf of Texas school systems into the state school employees' retirement fund, and payments for textbooks and transportation are included in the tables that display state totals of elementary-secondary education finances. These payments have been estimated for local school systems and appear in the tabular detail for state revenue and expenditure of individual school systems. UTAH Expenditure for adult education in Utah cannot be isolated in the state finance reporting system. These amounts will slightly inflate the “instruction” and “support service” totals presented at both the state aggregate and individual school system level. VERM ONT Payments made by the state government for employee benefits on behalf of Vermont school systems are included in the tables that display state totals of elementary-secondary education finances. These payments have been estimated for the local school systems and appear in the tabular detail for state revenue and expenditure of individual school systems. W ASHINGTON Expenditure for adult education in W ashington cannot be isolated in the state finance reporting system. These amounts will slightly inflate the “instruction” and “support service” totals presented at both the state aggregate and individual school system level. W EST VIRGINIA Special Education and Vocational federal grants cannot be isolated in the W est Virginia accounting structure. These amounts are included in “Other and Nonspecified” federal revenue in Tables 2 and 15 of this report. Payments made by the state government into the state teachers' and public employees' retirement funds on behalf of W est Virginia school systems are included in the tables that display state totals of elementary-secondary education finances. These payments have been estimated for local school systems and appear in the tabular detail for state revenue and expenditure of individual school systems.

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W ISCONSIN Expenditure for adult education in W isconsin cannot be isolated in the state finance reporting system. These amounts will slightly inflate the “instruction” and “support service” totals presented at both the state aggregate and individual school system level.

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Appendix C. Two-Letter State Abbreviations

STATE Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri District of Columbia

ABBREVIATION AL AK AZ AR CA CO CT DE FL GA HI ID IL IN IA KS KY LA ME MD MA MI MN MS MO DC

STATE M ontana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia W ashington W est Virginia W isconsin W yoming

ABBREVIATION MT NE NV NH NJ NM NY NC ND OH OK OR PA RI SC SD TN TX UT VT VA WA WV WI WY

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F-33 (2007)
FORM (9-14-2007)

F-33

OMB No. 0607-0700: Approval Expires 05/31/2009 U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
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2007 CENSUS OF GOVERNMENTS SURVEY OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT FINANCES School Systems

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NOTE

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Please read the instructions on pages 6 through 8 before completing this form.

Reference numbers pertain to revenue and expenditure codes contained in Financial Accounting for Local and State School Systems, National Center for Education Statistics, 2003.

Part I

REVENUE
TØ6

Amount Omit cents

Section A – FROM LOCAL SOURCES 1. Property taxes (1110, 1140)

TØ9

2. General sales or gross receipts tax (1120)
T15

3. Public utility taxes (1190)
T4Ø

4. Individual and corporate income taxes (1130)
T99

5. All other taxes (1190)
TØ2

6. Parent government contributions (dependent school systems only – 1200)
D23

7. Revenue from cities and counties (1200, 1320, 1330, 1420, 1430, 1960, 2100, 2200, 2800) 8. Revenue from other school systems (within state – 1321, 1421, 1951; out of state – 1331, 1350, 1431, 1952) 9. Tuition fees from pupils, parents, and other private sources (1310, 1340)
AØ8 D11

AØ7

10. Transportation fees from pupils, parents, and other private sources (1410, 1440)
A11

11. Textbook sales and rentals (1940)
AØ9

12. School lunch revenues (1600)
A13

13. District activity receipts (1700)
A2Ø

14. Other sales and service revenues (1800)
A40

15. Rents and royalties (1910)
U11

16. Sale of property

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Part I

REVENUE – Continued
U22

Amount Omit cents

Section A – FROM LOCAL SOURCES – Continued 17. Interest earnings (1500)

U30

18. Fines and forfeits
U50

19. Private contributions (1920)
U97

20. Miscellaneous other local revenue (1980, 1990) Section B – FROM STATE SOURCES (3100, 3200, 3800) 1. General formula assistance
CØ4 CØ1

2. Staff improvement programs
CØ5

3. Special education programs
CØ6

4. Compensatory and basic skills attainment programs
CØ7

5. Bilingual education programs
CØ8

6. Gifted and talented programs
CØ9

7. Vocational education programs
C1Ø

8. School lunch programs
C11

9. Capital outlay and debt service programs
C12

10. Transportation programs
C13

11. All other revenues from state sources Section C – FROM FEDERAL SOURCES THROUGH THE STATE GOVERNMENT (4200, 4500) 1. Title I
C15 C14

2. Children with disabilities – IDEA
C16

3. Math, science, and teacher quality
C17

4. Safe and drug-free schools
C18

5. Title V, Part A
C19

6. Vocational and technical education
C25

7. Child nutrition act – exclude commodities
B11

8. Bilingual education
C2Ø

9. All other federal aid through the state Section D – FROM FEDERAL SOURCES DIRECTLY (4100, 4300, 4700, 4800) 1. Impact aid (Public Law 81–815 and Public Law 81–874)
B12 B1Ø

2. Indian education
B13

3. All other direct federal aid CONTINUE WITH PART II ON PAGE 3
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Part II

CURRENT OPERATION EXPENDITURE
Salaries only (Object series 100)
(1)
Z33 V1Ø

Section A – ELEMENTARY-SECONDARY EDUCATION INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS – PREKINDERGARTEN THROUGH GRADE 12 1. Instruction (1000)

Employee benefits only (Object series 200, except 240)
(2)

TOTAL (ALL current operation objects)
(3)
E13

V11

V12

E17

2. Support services, pupils (2100)
V13 V14 V16 EØ7 EØ8

3. Support services, instructional staff (2200)
V15

4. Support services, general administration (2300)
V17 V18 EØ9

5. Support services, school administration (2400) 6. Support services, operation and maintenance of plant (2600) 7. Support services, student transportation (2700) 8. Business/central/other support services (2500 and 2900) Section B – ELEMENTARY-SECONDARY NONINSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS 9. Food services (3100)
V32 V6Ø V21 V22 V4Ø

V23

V24

V45

V37

V38

V9Ø

V29

V3Ø

E11

10. Enterprise operations (3200)
V65

11. Other Section C – NONELEMENTARY-SECONDARY PROGRAMS 12. Community services (3300)
V75 V7Ø

13. Adult education
V8Ø

14. Other Section D – EXHIBITS OF SELECTED ITEMS REPORTED ABOVE IN II-A AND II-B 15. Payments to private schools (object 563)
V92 V91

16. Payments to charter schools
Z35

17. Teacher salaries – Regular education programs (program #100)
Z36

18. Teacher salaries – Special education programs (program #200)
Z37

19. Teacher salaries – Vocational education programs (program #300)
Z38

20. Teacher salaries – Other education programs (program #400)
V93

21. Textbooks (function 1000)

Part III

CAPITAL OUTLAY EXPENDITURES
F12

Amount Omit cents

1. Construction (object 450)
G15

2. Land and existing structures (objects 710, 720) CONTINUE WITH PART III ON PAGE 4
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Part III

CAPITAL OUTLAY EXPENDITURES – Continued
KØ9

Amount Omit cents

3. Instructional equipment (object 730, function 1000)
K1Ø

4. All other equipment (object 730, functions 2000, 3000, 4000) 6. Part IV

OTHER EXPENDITURES BY LOCAL EDUCATION AGENCY

Z32

1. Total salaries and wages (object 100 – ALL functions)
Z34

2. Total employee benefit payments (object 200 – ALL functions)
Q11

3. Payments to other school systems (objects 511, 512, 561, 562, 564, 565, 567, 591, 592)
L12

4. Payments to state governments (object 569)
M12

5. Payments to local governments (object 920)
Ι86

6. Interest on school system indebtedness (object 832)

Part V

STATE PAYMENTS ON BEHALF OF THE LOCAL EDUCATION AGENCY (Revenue source code 3900)

C38

1. For employee benefits
C39

2. All other (textbooks, school bus purchase, etc.)

Part VI

DEBT

19H

Section A – LONG TERM – Term of more than one year 1. Outstanding at beginning of the fiscal year
21F

2. Issued during fiscal year (revenue code 5110)
31F

3. Retired during fiscal year (object 831)
41F

4. Outstanding at end of fiscal year (line 1 plus line 2 minus line 3) Section B – SHORT TERM – Term of one year or less 1. Outstanding at beginning of fiscal year
66V 61V

2. Outstanding at end of fiscal year

Part VII

CASH AND INVESTMENTS HELD AT END OF FISCAL YEAR
Type of asset
WØ1

Funds
Debt service
W31

Bond
W61

Other

Cash and deposits (include CD’s and security holdings)

Part VIII

FALL MEMBERSHIP – October 2006
V33

Membership

Enter the count of pupils enrolled on the school day closest to October 1, 2006

Part IX

SPECIAL PROCESSING ITEMS
Item Code A15 TØ7 C24 CONTINUE WITH PART IX ON PAGE 5 Amount

1. Student fees, nonspecified 2. Census local, NCES state revenue 3. Census state, NCES local revenue

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SPECIAL PROCESSING ITEMS – Continued
Item Code C35 C36 J13 J17 JØ7 JØ8 JØ9 J4Ø J45 J9Ø J1Ø V85 K11 J12 J11 B23 J14 J96 J97 J98 J99 Amount

4. State revenue, nonspecified 5. Federal revenue, nonspecified 6. State payment on behalf of the LEA, instruction employee benefits 7. State payment on behalf of the LEA, pupil support services employee benefits 8. State payment on behalf of the LEA, instructional staff support employee benefits 9. State payment on behalf of the LEA, general administration employee benefits 10. State payment on behalf of the LEA, school administration employee benefits 11. State payment on behalf of the LEA, operation and maintenance of plant employee benefits 12. State payment on behalf of the LEA, student transportation employee benefits 13. State payment on behalf of the LEA, business/central/other employee benefits 14. State payment on behalf of the LEA, other employee benefits 15. Support services expenditures, nonspecified 16. Equipment expenditure, nonspecified 17. Own retirement system transfer, instruction 18. Own retirement system transfer, support services 19. Federal revenue on behalf of school system 20. State payment on behalf of the LEA, instructional nonbenefits 21. State payment on behalf of the LEA, support services nonbenefits 22. State payment on behalf of the LEA, noninstructional programs nonbenefits 23. State payment on behalf of the LEA, nonelementary-secondary programs 24. State payment on behalf of the LEA, capital outlay FOR CENSUS USE ONLY

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FINALLY AUDITED FIGURES ARE UNNECESSARY. If substantially accurate figures can be supplied on a preliminary basis, please do not delay submitting this report. 1. INCLUDE the unduplicated revenues and expenditures from all funds. a. General fund b. Special revenue funds c. Federal projects funds d. Debt service fund e. Capital projects funds f. Food service fund g. District activity funds Line 2. Report revenues from programs designed to improve the quality and quantity of local education agency staff. Examples include additional teacher units, teacher benefits, retirement and social security paid directly to local education agencies, mentor teachers, teacher induction, staff development contracts and stipends, career ladder contracts, in-service training, health insurance, principal leadership, teacher quality contracts, and salaries for specific types of instructional and support staff (other than for staff directly associated with the programs described on lines 3 through 10). Line 3. Enter revenues for the education of physically and mentally disabled students. Line 4. Include revenues from state compensatory education for "at risk" or other economically disadvantaged students, including migratory children (unless bilingual – see line 5) and orphans. Also include amounts from state programs directed toward the attainment of basic skills. Include categorical education excellence and quality education programs that provide more than staff enhancements – such as materials, resource centers, and equipment. Programs that focus on staff should be reported on line 2. Lines 5–10. Enter state revenues for the type of program indicated. Include career education programs on line 7; school lunch matching payments on line 8; school construction, building aid, and interest and principal payments on line 9; and bus driver salaries and bus replacements on line 10. Line 11. Report amounts for specific programs not described above on lines 1 through 10 including instructional materials, textbooks, computer equipment, library resources, guidance and psychological services, driver education, energy conservation, enrollment increases and losses, health, alcohol and drug abuse, AIDS, child abuse, summer school, prekindergarten and early childhood, adult education (excluding vocational), desegregation, private schools, safety and law enforcement, and community services. Also include on line 11 those items financed by relatively minor state taxes, licenses, fees, and funds such as severance and license taxes, timber and motor vehicle excise taxes, payments in lieu of taxes, refunds, land reimbursement, and forest funds. Report in Part IX the amount of any state revenue item that cannot be reported because the item covers more than one of the items on lines 1 through 11, such as "total state revenues" not broken down by program. Section C – FROM FEDERAL SOURCES THROUGH THE STATE GOVERNMENT Line 1. Include federal revenues distributed through Title I of the Elementary-Secondary Education Act (ESEA) as reauthorized by the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB). Report basic, concentration, targeted, and finance incentive grants. Line 2. Report federal revenues awarded under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA 2004). Include formula grants authorized in Part B of this legislation. Exclude project grants authorized in Part D of the law. Report these project grants instead in Part I-D3. Line 3. Report math, science, and teacher quality formula and project grants provided under Title II-A and B of the Elementary-Secondary Education Act (ESEA) as reauthorized by the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB). Line 4. Include formula and project grants for safe and drug-free schools distributed under Title IV-A of the Elementary-Secondary Education Act (ESEA) as reauthorized by the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB). Line 5. Enter Title V-A Innovative Programs (formerly Title VI) grants sanctioned by the Elementary-Secondary Education Act (ESEA) as reauthorized by the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB). Line 6. Report formula grants authorized by the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Improvement Act of 2006 (Public Law 105-332). Include revenues from State Basic and Tech-Prep formula grants. Line 7. Include revenues from Child Nutrition Act programs (national school lunch, special milk, school breakfast and ala carte) sanctioned by Public Law 79-396 and Public Law 89-642. Report cash payments only -- Exclude the value of donated commodities. Line 8. Include project grants for bilingual education provided under Title III of the Elementary-Secondary Education Act (ESEA) as reauthorized by the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB). These were formerly Title VII grants. Line 9. Enter the total of all other federal funds disbursed through the state to the local education agency. Include formula grants authorized by the Workforce Investment Act of 1998. Section D – FROM FEDERAL SOURCES DIRECTLY Line 1. Include federal payments for construction (Public Law 81-815) and for maintenance and operation (Public Law 81-874). Line 2. Include both project and formula grants for Indian education distributed under Title VII (formerly Title IX) of the Elementary-Secondary Education Act (ESEA) as reauthorized by the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB) and the Johnson-O’ Malley Act.

2. EXCLUDE transfers of monies between funds, agency transactions, transactions of private trust funds, purchase of commodities, and purchase of securities for investment purposes. 3. In cases where revenues were not received, no expenditures made, or no debt or assets, report "0" for the items. Please describe the basis of any estimates or prorations used to report amounts requested on this form in the "Remarks" section. 4. For help with questions, contact the Elementary-Secondary Education Statistics Branch of the U.S. Census Bureau, at 1–800–622–6193. Part I – REVENUE Section A – FROM LOCAL SOURCES Lines 1–5. Independent school districts should report their tax receipts here. Line 1 (property taxes) will be applicable to most independent school districts. Lines 2 through 5 will be applicable to only a relatively small number of districts. Taxes reported here should be those which the district has the power to levy. State taxes and state property tax relief payments should be excluded here and reported instead in section B. Include current and delinquent tax revenues and penalties. Line 6. Dependent school systems should report their tax receipts and any other amounts appropriated by their parent government on line 6 (Census code T02). Line 7. Report taxes for education levied by separate county and city governments and transferred to the school system. Include monies received from debt issued in the name of a local (nonschool system) government and transferred to the school system. Regional school systems should report assessments received from cities and towns here. Assessments received from independent school districts should be reported on line 8. Line 8. Report payments received from other school systems, both within and outside the state, for tuition, transportation, and other services (such as purchasing and data processing). Regional school systems should report assessments received from independent school districts here. Assessments received from cities and towns should be reported on line 7. Lines 9–14. Report all student fees on these lines. Gross receipts from sale of school breakfasts, lunches, and milk (from students, teachers, adults, but not from state or federal funds) should be entered on line 12. Gross district activity receipts for those funds under control of the custodian of district funds should be included on line 13. Revenues from other sales and services, including community services activities should be entered on line 14. Report in Part IX the amount of any student fee that cannot be reported because the fee covers more than one of the items on lines 9 through 14, such as lump sum fees for both tuition and transportation. Line 15-20. Include revenues received from allowing temporary possession or granting rights to the use of school district buildings, land, or other properties on line 15. Report amounts received from sale of real property, buildings (and improvements to them), land easements, rights-of-way, and other capital assets (buses, automobiles, etc.) on line 16. Include interest earnings from all funds held by the school system on line 17. Report revenues from penalties imposed for violations of law on line 18. Report gifts of cash or securities from private individuals or organizations on line 19. Report receipts from refunds of prior year expenditures and other revenue from local sources not provided for elsewhere on line 20. Report in Part VI the amount of monies from debt issuances. Section B – FROM STATE SOURCES Include all state payments made directly to the local education agency. Exclude state payments made on behalf of the local education agency and report instead in Part V. Line 1. Include revenue from general noncategorical state assistance programs such as foundation, minimum or basic formula support, principal apportionment, equalization, flat or block grants, and state public school fund distributions. Also include state revenue dedicated from major state taxes, such as income and sales taxes. Revenues from minor state taxes should be included on line 11.

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Line 3. Report the total of all other federal grants awarded directly to the local education agency. Include project grants authorized under IDEA, Part D, Head Start, Magnet Schools, and Gifted and Talented. Report in Part IX the amount of any federal revenue item that cannot be reported because the item covers more than one of the items in Part IC1-9 and ID1-3, such as "total federal revenues" not broken down by program. Part II – CURRENT OPERATION EXPENDITURE Include for the functions shown on lines 1 though 14 expenditures for salaries and wages only (column (1)), employee benefits only (column (2)), and all current operation expenditure (column (3)). Column (3) totals should include amounts entered in columns (1) and (2). Additionally, column (3) totals should include such objects as contracts, rent, insurance, utilities, maintenance services, printing, tuition paid to private schools, purchase of food, supplies, and materials. Exclude from Part II Capital outlay expenditures Payments to other school systems Payments to the state, cities, counties, or special districts Debt service payments State payments on behalf of school systems Include instead in: Part III Part IV, line 3 Part IV, lines 4 and 5 Part IV, line 6 and Part VIA3 Part IX, lines 6–14

Line 10. Enterprise operations (3200). Include expenditure for business-like activities (such as a bookstore) where the costs are recouped largely with user charges. Line 11. Other. Report the expenditure for other elementary-secondary noninstructional activities not related to food services or enterprise operations. Nonenterprise student activities should be included with "instruction" on line 1. Section C – Nonelementary-secondary Programs Line 12. Community services (3300). Include any local education agency expenditure for providing noneducation services such as operation of a swimming pool, public library, programs for the elderly, or child care centers. Line 13. Adult education. Expenditures for basic adult education classes, such as GED or high school equivalency. Post-secondary programs for adults should be reported on line 14. Line 14. Other. All other nonelementary-secondary programs such as any post-secondary programs for adults. Section D – EXHIBITS OF SELECTED ITEMS REPORTED ABOVE IN II-A AND II-B Line 15. Payments to private schools (object 563). Report all expenditures to private schools for tuition and for any other purpose. These payments will be deducted from the amounts reported in Parts II-A and II-B when calculating per pupil expenditures for the school system. The fall membership count of students supported by public school money but attending private schools should be excluded from the fall membership reported in Part VIII. Identify in the remarks section the expenditure functions for which the private school payment was made, if possible. If no information is provided, this amount will be deducted from instruction expenditure reported in Part II-A1 when calculating per pupil expenditures. Line 16. Payments to charter schools. Indicate in the remarks section whether fall membership counts of students attending charter schools are included in the school system’s membership reported in the Common Core of Data Nonfiscal Survey or in Part VIII of this form. Also identify in the remarks section the expenditure functions for which the charter school payment was made, if possible. This information will be used in determining per pupil expenditure amounts for the school system. Lines 17–20. Teacher salaries. Report base salaries paid to certified teachers (object 111) and certified substitute teachers (object 113). Do not include salaries paid to instructional aides or assistants. Report salaries paid for regular programs (program 100) on line 17, special education programs (program 200) on line 18, vocational programs (program 300) on line 19, and other programs (program 400) on line 20. These amounts should also be included with the instruction salaries and total instruction amounts reported in Section A. Line 21. Textbooks. Report expenditures for textbooks used for classroom instruction (function 1000, object 640). Part III – CAPITAL OUTLAY EXPENDITURES Include expenditures for construction of fixed assets (line 1); purchasing fixed assets including land and existing buildings and grounds (line 2); and equipment (lines 3 and 4). Instructional equipment (line 3) consists of all equipment (or capital outlay) recorded in general and operating funds under "instruction" – function code 1000. Report in Part IX the amount of any equipment expenditure that cannot be broken down into the categories of "instructional" and "other equipment." Part IV – OTHER EXPENDITURES BY LOCAL EDUCATION AGENCY Line 1. Total salaries and wages. Enter the total expenditure for all salaries and wages paid by the local education agency during the fiscal year. Include both here and in Part II-A, column 1, gross salaries without deduction of withholdings for income tax, employee contributions to Social Security and retirement coverage, etc. Do not include employer paid employee benefits in these figures. The total entered for salaries and wages should at least be equal to the sum of the entries made in Part II-A, column 1, and be larger if the local education agency paid salaries for enterprise operations and for nonelementary-secondary program activities. Line 2. Total employee benefit payments. Enter the total expenditure for all employee benefits paid by the local education agency during the fiscal year. Include both here and in Part II-A, column 2, the employer share of state or local employee retirement contributions, social security contributions, group life and health insurance, unemployment and worker’s compensation, and any tuition reimbursements. Exclude (and report in Part V) state payments made on behalf of the local education agency. The total entered for employee benefits should at least be equal to the sum of the entries made in Part II-A, column 2, and be larger if the local education agency paid employee benefits for nonelementary-secondary program activities. Line 3. Payments to other school systems. Report payments to in-state and out-of-state public school systems for tuition, transportation, computer and purchasing services, etc. Payments made to dependent school systems or to parent governments of dependent school systems should be included here.

Also exclude inter-fund transfers and the purchase of stocks, bonds, securities, and other investment assets. Handbook references pertain to function codes contained in Financial Accounting for Local and State School Systems, National Center for Education Statistics, 2003. Section A – Elementary-secondary Education Instructional Programs – Prekindergarten through Grade 12 Line 1. Instruction (1000). Total current operation expenditure for activities dealing with the interaction of teachers and students in the classroom, home, or hospital as well as co-curricular activities. Report amounts for activities of teachers and instructional aides or assistants engaged in regular instruction, special education, and vocational education programs. Exclude adult education programs (report on line 13). Line 2. Pupil support (2100). Report expenditures for administrative, guidance, health, and logistical support that enhance instruction. Include attendance, social work, student accounting, counseling, student appraisal, information, record maintenance, and placement services. Also include medical, dental, nursing, psychological, and speech services. Line 3. Instructional staff support (2200). Include expenditures for supervision of instruction service improvements, curriculum development, instructional staff training, academic assessment, and media, library, and instruction-related technology services. Line 4. General administration (2300). Expenditure for board of education and executive administration (office of the superintendent) services. Line 5. School administration (2400). Report expenditure for the office of the principal services. Line 6. Operation and Maintenance of Plant (2600). Expenditure for buildings services (heating, electricity, air conditioning, property insurance), care and upkeep of grounds and equipment, nonstudent transportation vehicle operation and maintenance, and security services. Line 7. Student Transportation (2700). Report expenditure for vehicle operation, monitoring riders, and vehicle servicing and maintenance. Line 8. Business/central/other support services (2500 and 2900). Include business support expenditures for fiscal services (budgeting, receiving and disbursing funds, payroll, internal auditing, and accounting), purchasing, warehousing, supply distribution, printing, publishing, and duplicating services. Also include central support expenditures for planning, research and development, evaluation, information, management services, and expenditures for other support services not included on lines 2 through 7. Report in Part IX, line 15 (support service expenditures, nonspecified) any item that cannot be reported because it covers more than one of the items on lines 2 through 8, such as "total support services" not broken down by function. Section B – Elementary-secondary Noninstructional Programs Line 9. Food services (3100). Gross expenditure for cafeteria operations to include the purchase of food but excluding the value of donated commodities and purchase of food service equipment (report equipment in Part III-4).

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Lines 4 and 5. Report payments to state and local governments, including repayments of loans. Also include debt service payments to state and local governments and school building authorities that incur debt instead of the school system. Line 6. Interest on school system debt. Expenditure for interest incurred on both long-term and short-term indebtedness of the school system. Exclude principal payments which should be reported in Part VI. Part V – STATE PAYMENTS ON BEHALF OF THE LOCAL EDUCATION AGENCY Include state payments that benefit the local education agency but which are not paid directly. Report on line 1 amounts transferred by the state into state teacher or public employee retirement funds. Also include other employee benefit transfers, such as health, life, or unemployment compensation insurance payments. Include on line 2 any other payments on behalf of the school system, such as for the purchase of textbooks or school buses purchased by the state and given to the local education agency. Part VI – DEBT Report in section A bonded indebtedness and any other school district interest-bearing debt with a term of more than one year. Include general obligation bonds, revenue bonds, refunding bonds, and certificates of participation. Do not include lease purchase agreements, compensated absences, accounts payable, or any noninterest-bearing obligations. Report in section B interest-bearing tax anticipation and bond anticipation note balances and other short-term debt with a term of one year or less. Part VII – CASH AND INVESTMENTS HELD AT END OF FISCAL YEAR Report the total amount of cash on hand and on deposit and investments in federal government, federal agency, state and local government and nongovernment securities. Report all investments at market value. Exclude accounts receivable, value of real property, and all nonsecurity assets. Part VIII – FALL MEMBERSHIP – OCTOBER, 2006 Include an unduplicated head count of pupils enrolled in the school system on the closest date to October 1, 2006 as possible. Include pupils transferred into the school system and exclude pupils transferred out. Also exclude pupils attending private schools. You do not have to report any information in this part if you report the same information in the Common Core of Data Nonfiscal Survey. Part IX – SPECIAL PROCESSING ITEMS These are special use items. Amounts should only be reported in this part if all pertinent financial data cannot be reported in Parts I through VIII. Before entering data in this part, please contact the ElementarySecondary Education Statistics Branch, U.S. Census Bureau at 1–800–622–6193. Line 1. Student fees, nonspecified. Report here any item in your chart of accounts that cannot be crosswalked into the items identified in Part I, Line 9 (tuition), 10 (transportation), 11 (textbook sales), 12 (school food service sales), or 13 (district activities). An example would be total student fees not broken down into these separate categories. Line 2. Census local, NCES state revenue. This category is reserved for any tax item classified as local by the U.S. Census Bureau and as state by the National Center for Education Statistics. Line 3. Census state, NCES local revenue. This category is reserved for any tax item classified as state by the U.S. Census Bureau and as local by the National Center for Education Statistics. Line 4. State revenue, nonspecified. Report here any item in your chart of accounts that cannot be crosswalked into the items identified in Part I-B, lines 1 through 11. An example would be total state revenue not broken down into separate state aid programs. Line 5. Federal revenue, nonspecified. Report here any item in your chart of accounts that cannot be crosswalked into the items identified in Part I-C, lines 1 through 8, and Part I-D, lines 1 through 4. An example would be total federal aid not broken down into separate federal grant programs. Line 6. State payment on behalf of the LEA, instruction. Report expenditures from the revenues reported in Part V, lines 1 and 2, that were made for instruction. See definition for Part II-A, line 1.

Line 7. State payment on behalf of the LEA, pupil support services. This item consists of the actual or estimated expenditure from the revenues reported in Part V, line 1, for pupil support services. See definitions for Part II-A, line 2. Line 8. State payment on behalf of the LEA, instructional staff services. This item consists of the actual or estimated expenditure from the revenue reported in Part V, line 1, for instructional staff services. See definitions for Part II-A, line 3. Line 9. State payment on behalf of the LEA, general administration. This item consists of the actual or estimated expenditure from the revenues reported in Part V, line 1, for general administration. See definitions for Part II-A, line 4. Line 10. State payment on behalf of the LEA, school administration. This item consists of the actual or estimated expenditure from the revenues reported in Part V, line 1, for school administration. See definitions for Part II-A, line 5. Line 11. State payment on behalf of the LEA, operation and maintenance of plant. This item consists of the actual or estimated expenditure from the revenues reported in Part V, line 1, for operation and maintenance of plant. See definitions for Part II-A, line 6. Line 12. State payment on behalf of the LEA, student transportation. This item consists of the actual or estimated expenditure from the revenues reported in Part V, line 1, for student transportation. See definitions for Part II-A, line 7. Line 13. State payment on behalf of the LEA, business/central/other. This item consists of the actual or estimated expenditure from the revenues reported in Part V, line 1, for business, central and other support services. See definitions for Part II-A, line 8. Line 14. State payment on behalf of the LEA, other. Report expenditures from the revenues reported in Part V, line 1, that were made for other than instruction or support services. See definitions for Part II-B. Line 15. Support services, nonspecified. Report here any item in your chart of accounts that cannot be crosswalked into the items identified in Part II-A, lines 2 through 8. Line 16. Equipment expenditure, nonspecified. Report here any item in your chart of accounts that cannot be crosswalked into the items identified in Part III, line 3 (instructional equipment) or line 4 (other equipment). An example would be total equipment not broken down by function. Line 17. Own retirement system transfer, instruction. If the school system administers its own employee retirement fund (rather than participating in a state government retirement system), please report the employer contribution for instructional employees. Line 18. Own retirement system transfer, support services. If the school system administers its own employee retirement fund (rather than participating in a state government retirement system), please report the employer contribution for support services and other noninstructional employees. Line 19. Federal revenue on behalf of school system. Report any item in your chart of accounts identified as received through federal payments made on behalf of the school system. Line 20. State payment on behalf of the LEA, instructional nonbenefits. Report expenditures from the revenues reported in Part V, line 2, that were made for instruction. See definition for Part II-A, line 1. Line 21. State payment on behalf of the LEA, support services nonbenefits. Report expenditures from the revenues reported in Part V, line 2, that were made for support services. See definition for Part II-A, lines 2 through 8. Line 22. State payment on behalf of the LEA, noninstructional programs nonbenefits. Report expenditures from the revenues reported in Part V, line 2, that were made for noninstructional programs. See definition for Part II-B. Line 23. State payment on behalf of the LEA, nonelementary-secondary programs. Report expenditures from the revenues reported in Part V, lines 1 & 2, that were made for nonelementary-secondary programs. See definition for Part II-C. Line 24. State payment on behalf of the LEA, capital outlay. Report expenditures from the revenues reported in Part V, line 2, that were made for capital outlay. See definitions for Part III.

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Description: Every five years, the U.S. Census Bureau conducts a Census of Government Finance, as authorized by law under Title 13, U.S. Code, Section 182. The 2007 Census, similar to annual surveys and censuses of governments conducted for many years, covers the entire range of government finance activities — revenue, expenditure, debt, and assets (cash and security holdings). The data collected are used for both the 2007 Census of Governments Survey of Local Government Finances — School Systems and the Local Education Agency (School District) Finance Survey which is conducted on behalf of the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES). This report contains financial statistics relating to public elementary-secondary education. It includes national and state financial aggregates and display data for each public school system with an enrollment of 10,000 or more.