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2002 Public Elementary-Secondary Education Finance Data
Education finance data include revenues, expenditures, debt, and assets (cash and security holdings) of elementary and secondary public school systems. These data are available in viewable tables and downloadable files. Information related to file layouts and definitions can be found in the Technical Documentation below.
Public Education Finances Report
File names and formats have been revised for FY 2002. Three formats are available
-- Excel spreadsheets, comma-delimited text files and SAS datasets. The fixed-length
file will no longer be available.
Directions for downloading files:
The Excel and comma-delimited text files will open in the same window. On the menu bar, go to File, then Save As to download the files to your computer. When opening the SAS dataset, first save to your computer and then open the file.
State-level tables containing selected revenue, expenditure, debt, and asset data items.
|Individual Unit Tables|
|These files contain data for selected revenue, expenditure, and debt data items for all school systems.|
|All Data Items|
These files contain data for all items on the F-33 survey form, as well as unit
identifiers, descriptive variables, and summary data items. Each file
contains data for all school systems.
|Data Item Flags|
|Beginning with FY 1999, the F-33 school system finance files include data item flags to indicate whether a data item was reported by the state education agency or adjusted by the Census Bureau. The data item flags are separate from the data items for FY 2002, but are available from FY 1999 to FY 2001 on the same file as the data items.|
The Technical Documentation for 2002 is combined into one file. In previous years, a separate documentation was made for Selected Data Items.