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U.S. public school expenditure by state as a percentage of GDP 2017

Elementary and secondary public school expenditure in the United States as a percentage of GDP in 2017, by state

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Sources

Release date

November 2020

Region

United States

Survey time period

2017

Supplementary notes

This indicator represents the relative amount of resources that state governments expend to support public education in prekindergarten through grade 12. It is calculated by dividing a state’s current expenditures for elementary and secondary public schools by the state’s gross domestic product (GDP). Current expenditures include instruction and instruction-related costs, student support services, administration, and operations and exclude funds for school construction and other capital outlays, debt service, and programs outside of public elementary and secondary education. State and local support represent the largest sources of funding for elementary and secondary education.
NOTE: GDP reported in current dollars.

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