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Revenues and Expenditures for Public Elementary and Secondary School Districts: School Year 2006–07 (Fiscal Year 2007)
NCES 2009-338
July 2009


Table 8.  Federal revenues received by local education agencies for public elementary and secondary education, by program and state: Fiscal year 2007
 
 [in thousands of dollars]
State   Total Title I Special education Math and science Drug-free schools Vocational education Child nutrition Other and unspecified revenues through state1 Impact
aid
Other revenues direct to school districts2
Reporting states3    $46,880,611 $11,388,226 $9,789,390 $624,002 $9,371,334 $1,158,983
                       
Alabama    689,072 214,840 167,448 42,273 17,330 17,015 189,099 17,865 4,019 19,183
Alaska    282,270 40,928 28,848 10,788 1,167 3,057 26,855 112,286 37,997
Arizona    1,019,678 251,161 147,670 48,438 9,586 18,225 203,290 146,867 44,607
Arkansas    484,408 118,076 108,068 5,456 121,732 93,281 587 27,274
California    7,200,299 1,995,300 1,712,796 352,723 35,954 68,117 1,291,389 1,110,636 71,611 561,773
                       
Colorado    531,425 146,126 143,184 31,811 2,904 6,664 96,351 44,871 20,085
Connecticut    389,614 103,009 113,589 26,366 2,843 7,205 74,322 46,221
Delaware    107,509 30,607 26,252 1,440 3,755 21,659
District of Columbia    178,918 72,077 14,306 1,510 3,800 13,319 72,464 1,246 196
Florida    2,489,027 670,613 564,232 105,017 11,931 41,245 542,179 384,964 11,942
                       
Georgia    1,475,463 422,180 30,268
Hawaii    256,696 57,755 36,629 776 1,563 2,873 38,591 47,518
Idaho    205,254 47,648 45,172 13,247 4,164 3,615 49,095 25,186 7,092
Illinois    1,863,328 535,208 463,109 10,871 29,917 355,054 359,885 23,695 80,029
Indiana    768,826 182,528 229,161 5,279 11,247 177,060 148,981 893 12,922
                       
Iowa    390,585 62,393 144,978 2,744 6,559 77,597 67,533 952
Kansas    346,441 90,507 7,295 1,626 91,786 132,621 20,037 2,569
Kentucky    677,570 172,113 48,207
Louisiana    1,252,435 274,731 175,069 54,032 5,024 12,184 195,356 446,559 11,653
Maine    198,101 45,291 76,597 2,460 31,583 33,432 2,945 5,793
                       
Maryland    661,677 177,637 174,703 43,877 4,298 10,433 122,531 39,519 14,027 74,652
Massachusetts    754,202 218,079 240,053 10,979 140,319 45,053
Michigan    1,553,705 444,730 362,813 93,468 11,343 24,903 240,118 2,610
Minnesota    572,547 111,875 185,891 35,386 3,611 1,683 119,464 65,183 14,455 34,999
Mississippi    712,846 178,489 112,267 3,519 6,469 169,354 198,945 2,811 40,992
                       
Missouri    737,944 185,418 202,192 42,750 5,410 171,316 23,466 36,082
Montana    190,631 43,868 33,759 12,629 1,363 3,134 20,796 48,422 10,247
Nebraska    298,196 59,228 66,791 15,888 1,639 4,077 48,383 55,202 15,122 31,866
Nevada    277,849 73,675 63,756 15,145 1,496 5,995 64,115 3,745 24,990
New Hampshire    137,058 29,369 31,274 3,820 18,362 6,067
                       
New Jersey    1,013,968 262,387 321,555 6,949 189,180 214,588 19,309
New Mexico    444,466 100,126 73,048 21,648 1,813 4,694 77,054
New York    3,275,815 1,227,980 619,133 27,127 38,497 501,243 22,435
North Carolina    1,196,950 345,414 15,468
North Dakota    150,165 37,425 26,875 10,872 2,513 2,782 13,450 29,165 18,397
                       
Ohio    1,537,552 450,611 9,181 36,042 252,785
Oklahoma    650,579 158,978 137,543 35,610 3,490 32,366 147,247 41,764
Oregon    526,411 154,298 124,779 28,162 7,596 8,367 97,047 61,093 2,366 42,703
Pennsylvania    1,866,559 510,286 424,052 125,532 25,994 31,825 296,430 224,160 5,117 223,163
Rhode Island    167,202 47,026 35,999 12,396 1,197 3,908 24,694 34,829 3,575 3,578
                       
South Carolina    680,718 178,800 174,358 36,798 3,337 12,732 182,213 85,010 3,075 4,395
South Dakota    174,096 37,756 25,994 12,315 1,535 739 18,876 15,355 48,828 12,698
Tennessee    805,633 198,751 198,900 20,763 220,958 123,614 5,166
Texas    4,506,633 1,196,921 763,341 223,522 23,258 47,324 1,156,091 722,239 108,974
Utah    352,923 48,281 92,292 16,886 1,650 5,809 82,370 75,113 8,103 22,419
                       
Vermont    97,172 29,446 21,520 575 1,373 2,440 11,351 22,833 725 6,909
Virginia    890,144 236,102 241,874 51,581 5,731 19,898 179,092 36,790 45,598 73,478
Washington    801,339 203,835 202,985 7,827 152,913 57,500
West Virginia    353,571 111,044 63,974 686
Wisconsin    574,090 158,917 161,794 5,098 118,487 91,454 12,475
Wyoming    111,051 28,701 22,130 15,330 1,469 2,403 11,398 13,252 13,932 2,436
— Not available. Revenues are included in "other and unspecified revenues through state" and /or "other revenues direct to school districts" categories.
† Not applicable.
‡ Reporting standards not met. Data were missing for more than 15 percent of agencies in the 50 states and the District of Columbia at the national level, or data were missing for more than 20 percent of agencies in the state at the state level. Missing revenues are included in other program columns and are included in total federal revenues.
1 Includes revenues from innovative programs, adult education, and other federal revenues through the state.
2 Includes Indian education, bilingual education, Head Start, magnet schools, gifted and talented, and other federal revenues direct to school districts.
3 Federal revenues were missing for 8 percent of school districts in the 50 states and the District of Columbia for Title I, 7 percent for special education, 37 percent for math and science, 18 percent for drug-free schools, 9 percent for vocational education, 1 percent for child nutrition, 29 percent for other and unspecified revenues through state, 1 percent for impact aid, and 18 percent for other revenues direct to school districts.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Common Core of Data (CCD), "School District Finance Survey (F-33)," fiscal year 2007, Version 1a.
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