Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Where Does School Funding Come From By State?


..................................Federal.........State.......Local





Alabama11.2% 54.9% 33.9%
Alaska 15.3% 59.7% 25.0%
Arizona 15.4% 38.6% 46.0%
Arkansas 10.7% 50.3% 39.0%
California 8.9% 58.0% 33.1%
Colorado 7.5% 45.7% 46.8%
Connecticut 3.5% 42.2% 54.4%
Delaware 11.0% 56.4% 32.6%
District of Columbia 8.9% - 91.1%
Florida 11.7% 42.0% 46.2%
Georgia 11.2% 43.4% 45.4%
Hawaii 11.9% 86.1% 1.9%
Idaho 9.9% 64.9% 25.3%
Illinois 7.9% 24.0% 68.2%
Indiana 9.8% 59.1% 31.1%
Iowa 5.5% 57.7% 36.8%
Kansas 8.3% 66.4% 25.3%
Kentucky 8.9% 62.8% 28.3%
Louisiana 14.6% 42.6% 42.8%
Maine 15.9% 35.9% 48.2%
Maryland 6.7% 45.7% 47.6%
Massachusetts 5.0% 40.0% 55.0%
Michigan 14.9% 66.1% 19.0%
Minnesota 5.2% 71.9% 22.9%
Mississippi 19.4% 46.9% 33.8%
Missouri 8.4% 33.0% 58.5%
Montana 13.7% 52.6% 33.8%
Nebraska 6.5% 36.0% 57.4%
Nevada 11.4% 37.0% 51.6%
New Hampshire 5.9% 34.3% 59.9%
New Jersey 3.8% 40.9% 55.3%
New Mexico 12.4% 70.7% 16.9%
New York 4.7% 37.3% 58.0%
North Carolina 10.4% 59.1% 30.6%
North Dakota 7.7% 42.1% 50.2%
Ohio 7.8% 44.3% 47.8%
Oklahoma 11.1% 47.9% 41.0%
Oregon 7.0% 51.0% 42.0%
Pennsylvania 7.9% 35.2% 56.9%
Rhode Island 8.4% 39.3% 52.3%
South Carolina 9.0% 47.7% 43.3%
South Dakota 13.8% 29.8% 56.4%
Tennessee 12.0% 49.2% 38.8%
Texas 8.6% 41.3% 50.1%
United States 8.4% 46.0% 45.6%
Utah 11.4% 49.0% 39.6%
Vermont 5.7% 89.2% 5.1%
Virginia 7.7% 36.7% 55.6%
Washington 7.6% 58.3% 34.1%
West Virginia 14.5% 59.7% 25.8%
Wisconsin 6.4% 46.1% 47.5%
Wyoming 5.7% 57.0% 37.3%
Data from the National Education Association
The list shows the breakdown from Federal, State, and local sources for school funding, 

2 comments:

Chris Lee said...

NYS has the lowest from FED and the highest from local... never knew that.

Anonymous said...

Chaz-do I have to serve the next two years to collect the remainder of the retro payments? Someone told me that if we retire , we receive those payments upon retirement. I dont think thats true, but need to confirm.