Per-pupil expenditures of the 10 largest districts in Texas

July 5, 2016
In 2013-14, Texas accounted for 10 of the 57 largest school districts in the United States. Here's how much each spent per pupil.

In 2013-14, public school districts in the United States spent an average of $11,009 per pupil, according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau.

In Texas, per-pupil spending was significantly lower—districts in the Lone Star State spent an average of $8,593 per student in 2013-14.

Here are the 10 largest districts in Texas and their 2013-14 per-pupil expenditures.

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