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Table A6.  Number and percentage of public elementary and secondary schools that are Title I eligible, and percentage of students in membership in Title I eligible schools, in the United States and jurisdictions, by school district: School year 2008–09
 
Number of Title I eligible schools1 Percent of schools that are Title I eligible Percent of students in Title I eligible schools Percent of schools reporting Title I eligible data Number of Title I schoolwide eligible programs Percent of schools with Title I school- wide eligible programs Percent of students in Title I school- wide eligible programs Percent of schools reporting Title I schoolwide eligible data
Name of reporting district State
Total 11,353 68.7 63.8 99.7 10,317 62.4 57.4 99.7
                   
New York City Public Schools  NY 1,407 94.1 94.6 100.0 1,031 69.0 67.2 100.0
Los Angeles Unified  CA 720 84.0 91.4 97.5 670 78.2 86.3 97.5
Puerto Rico Department of Education  PR 1,489 99.3 99.3 100.0 1,402 93.5 92.9 100.0
City of Chicago School District 299  IL 519 84.7 86.9 100.0 504 82.2 83.3 100.0
Dade  FL 338 75.4 82.4 100.0 328 73.2 79.0 100.0
                   
Clark County School District  NV 186 53.1 47.7 100.0 170 48.6 44.0 100.0
Broward  FL 184 62.4 59.2 100.0 170 57.6 53.9 100.0
Houston Independent School District  TX 272 91.9 94.5 100.0 266 89.9 92.7 100.0
Hillsborough  FL 182 68.4 67.1 100.0 166 62.4 57.4 100.0
Hawaii Department of Education  HI 182 63.2 57.4 100.0 172 59.7 53.5 100.0
                   
Orange  FL 155 69.8 73.4 100.0 138 62.2 60.4 100.0
Palm Beach  FL 139 63.2 55.1 100.0 124 56.4 48.3 100.0
Fairfax County Public Schools  VA 35 18.2 12.2 100.0 33 17.2 11.2 100.0
Philadelphia City School District  PA 268 100.0 100.0 100.0 259 96.6 96.9 100.0
Dallas Independent School District  TX 220 94.8 97.8 100.0 219 94.4 97.6 100.0
                   
Gwinnett County  GA 32 28.6 25.5 100.0 31 27.7 24.9 100.0
Montgomery County Public Schools  MD 28 13.9 9.2 100.0 28 13.9 9.2 100.0
Wake County Schools  NC 40 25.6 17.3 100.0 7 4.5 2.9 100.0
Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools  NC 35 21.1 14.4 100.0 35 21.1 14.4 100.0
San Diego Unified  CA 176 80.7 78.9 98.6 164 75.2 75.3 98.6
                   
Prince George's County Public Schools  MD 53 25.1 19.3 100.0 52 24.6 18.7 100.0
Duval  FL 123 70.3 64.0 100.0 112 64.0 55.0 100.0
Memphis City School District  TN 180 93.3 91.7 96.9 180 93.3 91.7 96.9
Cobb County  GA 36 31.6 22.2 100.0 32 28.1 19.6 100.0
Pinellas  FL 98 62.4 62.9 100.0 90 57.3 54.9 100.0
                   
Baltimore County Public Schools  MD 42 25.1 18.4 100.0 37 22.2 16.5 100.0
Cypress Fairbanks Independent School District  TX 40 52.6 47.7 100.0 36 47.4 43.7 100.0
Dekalb County  GA 92 64.8 64.3 100.0 85 59.9 59.0 100.0
Jefferson County  KY 110 64.7 74.1 100.0 104 61.2 68.4 100.0
Detroit City School District  MI 191 98.5 99.5 100.0 188 96.9 97.4 100.0
                   
Albuquerque Public Schools  NM 113 66.5 66.0 100.0 106 62.4 60.1 100.0
Polk  FL 125 82.2 86.0 100.0 124 81.6 84.0 100.0
Northside Independent School District  TX 65 64.4 60.5 100.0 57 56.4 48.9 100.0
Fulton County  GA 42 44.2 34.3 100.0 34 35.8 28.6 100.0
Long Beach Unified  CA 62 68.1 57.2 98.9 61 67.0 57.0 98.9
                   
Jefferson County School District No R 1  CO 23 14.3 10.7 100.0 22 13.7 10.3 100.0
Milwaukee School District  WI 207 96.3 98.5 100.0 178 82.8 94.7 100.0
Austin Independent School District  TX 78 65.0 64.5 100.0 78 65.0 64.5 100.0
Baltimore City Public Schools  MD 112 58.0 53.1 100.0 109 56.5 51.4 100.0
Jordan District  UT 5 5.5 3.6 100.0 5 5.5 3.6 100.0
                   
Lee  FL 74 65.5 71.1 100.0 65 57.5 59.6 100.0
Fort Worth Independent School District  TX 115 79.3 92.6 100.0 111 76.6 88.6 100.0
Fresno Unified  CA 96 91.4 91.2 98.1 95 90.5 90.9 98.1
Davidson County School District  TN 120 87.0 88.0 97.8 115 83.3 83.7 97.8
Denver County 1  CO 93 65.5 62.6 100.0 90 63.4 60.0 100.0
                   
Prince Wm County Public Schools  VA 21 25.3 14.8 100.0 2 2.4 1.5 100.0
Anne Arundel County Public Schools  MD 15 12.3 7.0 100.0 11 9.0 5.4 100.0
Brevard  FL 52 48.6 39.4 100.0 42 39.3 30.3 100.0
Guilford County Schools  NC 41 34.5 24.8 100.0 41 34.5 24.8 100.0
Va Beach City Public Schools  VA 15 18.3 11.2 100.0 15 18.3 11.2 100.0
                   
Greenville 01  SC 55 61.1 52.7 100.0 45 50.0 39.5 100.0
Mesa Unified District  AZ 50 56.2 53.6 100.0 46 51.7 47.7 100.0
Granite District  UT 19 17.9 19.2 100.0 19 17.9 19.2 100.0
Fort Bend Independent School District  TX 28 41.2 34.3 100.0 26 38.2 31.5 100.0
Pasco  FL 54 62.1 58.5 100.0 48 55.2 51.3 100.0
                   
Davis District  UT 14 14.0 12.2 100.0 13 13.0 11.1 100.0
Washoe County School District  NV 51 49.0 42.9 100.0 47 45.2 39.3 100.0
Seminole  FL 36 50.0 40.0 100.0 30 41.7 28.5 100.0
North East Independent School District  TX 35 47.9 44.8 100.0 33 45.2 42.4 100.0
Arlington Independent School District  TX 57 75.0 76.2 100.0 49 64.5 62.5 100.0
                   
Volusia  FL 65 70.7 67.4 100.0 60 65.2 57.8 100.0
Mobile County  AL 72 73.5 67.2 95.9 71 72.4 65.7 95.9
El Paso Independent School District  TX 80 87.9 87.7 100.0 80 87.9 87.7 100.0
Alpine District  UT 9 12.7 7.7 100.0 9 12.7 7.7 100.0
Elk Grove Unified  CA 12 18.2 16.0 98.5 12 18.2 16.0 98.5
                   
Aldine Independent School District  TX 70 98.6 100.0 100.0 70 98.6 100.0 100.0
Chesterfield County Public Schools  VA 10 15.6 10.1 100.0 8 12.5 8.1 100.0
Douglas County School District No Re 1  CO 5 6.3 6.0 100.0 0 0.0 0.0 100.0
Garland Independent School District  TX 58 78.4 75.8 100.0 51 68.9 64.7 100.0
Santa Ana Unified  CA 58 96.7 97.4 98.3 55 91.7 96.1 98.3
                   
Tucson Unified District  AZ 51 41.8 33.6 100.0 48 39.3 32.7 100.0
Loudoun County Public Schools  VA 4 5.5 3.1 100.0 0 0.0 0.0 100.0
Katy Independent School District  TX 21 38.9 39.2 100.0 19 35.2 33.3 100.0
Boston  MA 133 97.1 94.4 100.0 133 97.1 94.4 100.0
Knox County School District  TN 50 60.2 46.7 97.6 45 54.2 40.8 97.6
                   
San Francisco Unified  CA 67 59.8 42.9 98.2 50 44.6 30.0 98.2
San Bernardino City Unified  CA 66 91.7 97.7 95.8 57 79.2 90.8 95.8
San Antonio Independent School District  TX 90 90.9 99.2 100.0 90 90.9 99.2 100.0
Cumberland County Schools  NC 50 57.5 45.0 100.0 50 57.5 45.0 100.0
Plano Independent School District  TX 23 33.8 26.3 100.0 14 20.6 15.4 100.0
                   
Columbus City  OH 124 94.7 98.0 100.0 124 94.7 98.0 100.0
Forsyth County Schools  NC 26 34.2 23.8 100.0 26 34.2 23.8 100.0
Capistrano Unified  CA 11 18.0 11.1 96.7 5 8.2 5.9 96.7
Corona Norco Unified  CA 6 12.0 9.2 100.0 6 12.0 9.2 100.0
Osceola  FL 48 82.8 91.5 100.0 47 81.0 90.4 100.0
                   
Pasadena Independent School District  TX 53 88.3 94.0 100.0 53 88.3 94.0 100.0
Cherry Creek 5  CO 11 19.6 13.7 100.0 1 1.8 1.2 100.0
Lewisville Independent School District  TX 23 36.5 28.4 100.0 23 36.5 28.4 100.0
Cleveland Municipal  OH 108 100.0 100.0 100.0 108 100.0 100.0 100.0
Howard County Public Schools  MD 10 13.9 9.5 100.0 0 0.0 0.0 100.0
                   
Clayton County  GA 60 100.0 100.0 100.0 52 86.7 84.8 100.0
Atlanta Public Schools  GA 96 93.2 89.9 100.0 93 90.3 88.9 100.0
Henrico County Public Schools  VA 19 28.4 17.5 100.0 9 13.4 8.3 100.0
Anchorage School District  AK 49 51.0 45.5 100.0 43 44.8 35.3 100.0
Brownsville Independent School District  TX 49 98.0 99.9 100.0 49 98.0 99.9 100.0
                   
Garden Grove Unified  CA 59 88.1 90.0 100.0 57 85.1 88.6 100.0
Sacramento City Unified  CA 77 87.5 87.5 98.9 66 75.0 80.6 98.9
Omaha Public Schools  NE 43 48.9 39.7 100.0 43 48.9 39.7 100.0
Conroe Independent School District  TX 25 51.0 44.0 100.0 24 49.0 42.8 100.0
Shelby County School District  TN 17 33.3 28.3 98.0 16 31.4 27.9 98.0
† Not applicable.
1 Number of Title I eligible schools includes those with and without schoolwide Title I eligible programs. Number of Title I Schools includes only those schools with student membership.
NOTE: Data include all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, four outlying areas (American Samoa, Guam, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, and the U.S. Virgin Islands), the Bureau of Indian Education, and the Department of Defense dependents schools (overseas and domestic). Title I eligible schools and schoolwide eligible programs are defined in the following way in the CCD: Title I school—A school designated under appropriate state and federal regulations as being high poverty and eligible for participation in programs authorized by Title I of P.L. 107-110; Title I schoolwide program—A program in which all the students in a school are designated under appropriate state and federal regulations as being high poverty and eligible for participation in programs authorized by Title I of P.L. 107-110. Only schools with student membership greater than zero are included in this table. See table A-1 for student membership counts for each district.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Common Core of Data (CCD), "Public Elementary/Secondary School Universe Survey," 2008–09, Version 1a, and "Local Education Agency Universe Survey," 2008–09, Version 1a.


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