M & O: Which states spent the most per square foot on school maintenance?

April 25, 2016
The 10 states that spent the most per square foot on maintenance and operations from 2011 to 2013.

From Fiscal 2011 to 2013, public schools in the United States spent an average of $6.64 per square foot each year on daily maintenance and operations, according to figures compiled in the 2016 State of Our Schools report from the 21st Century Fund, the National Council on School Facilities and the Center for Green Schools.

Below are the 10 states that spent most per square foot in those years.

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