School expenditure on public and private institutions 1970-2017

This statistic shows the total school expenditure in public and private institutions in the United States from 1970 to 2017. In the school year 2017/18, about 1.39 trillion U.S. dollars was spent by public and private schools in the United States.

School expenditure in public and private institutions in the United States from 1970 to 2017

Expenditure (in current billion U.S. dollars)
1970 71.58
1971 76.51
1972 82.91
1973 91.08
1974 103.9
1975 114
1976 121.79
1977 132.51
1978 143.73
1979 160.07
1980 176.38
1981 190.83
1982 204.66
1983 220.99
1984 239.35
1985 259.34
1986 280.96
1987 301.79
1988 333.24
1989 365.83
1990 395.32
1991 417.94
1992 439.68
1993 460.76
1994 485.17
1995 508.52
1996 538.85
1997 570.47
1998 603.85
1999 649.32
2000 705.02
2001 752.78
2002 795.69
2003 830.29
2004 875.99
2005 925.25
2006 984.05
2007 1,054.9
2008 1,089.68
2009 1,100.9
2010 1,124.35
2011 1,136.88
20121,153.87
20131,192.89
20141,241.63
20151,296.31
2016*1,343
2017*1,397
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Source

Release date

March 2019

Region

United States

Survey time period

1970 to 2017

Supplementary notes

Year presented here is a school year. e.g. 2014 represents school year 2014-2015.

*Estimates

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