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Table 5
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Educational Appropriations per FTE (Constant Adjusted 2012 Dollars)
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FY 2007FY 2011FY 20121 Year % ChangeFY 2012 Index to US Average5 Year % Change
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Alabama$8,267$6,129$5,855-4.5%0.99-29.2%
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Alaska$12,254$11,982$11,909-0.6%2.02-2.8%
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Arizona$7,028$5,569$4,567-18.0%0.77-35.0%
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Arkansas$8,196$7,214$6,873-4.7%1.17-16.1%
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California$8,929$7,678$6,577-14.3%1.12-26.3%
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Colorado$3,636$3,057$2,551-16.6%0.43-29.9%
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Connecticut$9,079$8,323$7,354-11.6%1.25-19.0%
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Delaware$6,290$4,688$4,663-0.5%0.79-25.9%
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Florida$8,649$6,031$5,130-15.0%0.87-40.7%
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Georgia$9,445$7,271$6,644-8.6%1.13-29.7%
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Hawaii$8,973$7,035$6,898-2.0%1.17-23.1%
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Idaho$9,232$6,663$5,661-15.0%0.96-38.7%
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Illinois$7,835$7,753$8,55410.3%1.459.2%
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Indiana$5,180$4,262$4,258-0.1%0.72-17.8%
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Iowa$6,089$4,561$4,390-3.8%0.74-27.9%
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Kansas$5,891$5,048$4,647-7.9%0.79-21.1%
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Kentucky$8,608$7,379$6,959-5.7%1.18-19.2%
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Louisiana$7,766$7,440$5,551-25.4%0.94-28.5%
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Maine$6,762$6,266$6,071-3.1%1.03-10.2%
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Maryland$8,310$7,040$6,668-5.3%1.13-19.8%
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Massachusetts$7,518$5,700$4,712-17.3%0.80-37.3%
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Michigan$6,033$4,652$4,185-10.0%0.71-30.6%
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Minnesota$6,324$5,082$4,607-9.4%0.78-27.2%
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Mississippi$7,750$6,943$6,033-13.1%1.02-22.2%
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Missouri$6,803$5,314$4,984-6.2%0.85-26.7%
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Montana$4,258$4,254$4,007-5.8%0.68-5.9%
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Nebraska$7,628$7,018$6,933-1.2%1.18-9.1%
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Nevada$9,860$7,489$6,676-10.9%1.13-32.3%
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New Hampshire$3,213$2,726$1,583-41.9%0.27-50.7%
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New Jersey$7,814$6,487$6,051-6.7%1.03-22.6%
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New Mexico$9,618$7,750$7,430-4.1%1.26-22.8%
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New York$8,802$8,227$7,542-8.3%1.28-14.3%
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North Carolina$9,982$8,892$8,735-1.8%1.48-12.5%
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North Dakota$5,307$6,375$6,9388.8%1.1830.7%
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Ohio$4,997$4,213$3,663-13.0%0.62-26.7%
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Oklahoma$8,880$7,750$7,008-9.6%1.19-21.1%
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Oregon$5,663$4,415$3,851-12.8%0.65-32.0%
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Pennsylvania$5,674$4,675$3,875-17.1%0.66-31.7%
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Rhode Island$6,496$4,756$5,2269.9%0.89-19.6%
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South Carolina$7,339$4,886$4,515-7.6%0.77-38.5%
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South Dakota$5,188$4,733$4,195-11.4%0.71-19.2%
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Tennessee$8,145$6,951$5,582-19.7%0.95-31.5%
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Texas$8,457$8,046$7,938-1.3%1.35-6.1%
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Utah$6,583$5,129$4,830-5.8%0.82-26.6%
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Vermont$2,969$2,645$2,512-5.0%0.43-15.4%
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Virginia$6,505$5,323$4,272-19.7%0.72-34.3%
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Washington$7,345$5,576$4,788-14.1%0.81-34.8%
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West Virginia$5,778$5,596$5,575-0.4%0.95-3.5%
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Wisconsin$6,606$6,303$5,639-10.5%0.96-14.6%
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Wyoming$16,042$16,230$14,105-13.1%2.39-12.1%
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US$7,667$6,483$5,896-9.1%-23.1%
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1) Educational appropriations measure state and local support available for public higher education operating expenses including ARRA funds and excludes appropriations for independent institutions, financial aid for students attending independent institutions, research, hospitals, and medical education.
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2) Adjustment factors, to arrive at constant dollar figures, include Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA), Enrollment Mix Index (EMI), and Higher Education Cost Adjustment (HECA).The Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) is not a measure of inflation over time.
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Source: State Higher Education Executive Officers
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