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Table 8.  Federal revenues received by local education agencies for public elementary and secondary education, by program and state: Fiscal year 2008

[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  $47,597,908 $11,402,149 $10,049,312 $260,995 $604,897 $9,985,610 $1,245,254
                     
Alabama  711,391 219,828 167,618 43,761 16,860 16,053 200,553 22,679 4,088 19,951
Alaska  303,399 41,252 28,746 995 2,921 27,761 20,655 136,015 33,908
Arizona  1,053,251 269,993 145,655 46,920 13,865 18,616 220,822 141,630 54,184
Arkansas  489,332 118,287 106,038 4,947 139,214 86,867 854 23,043
California  7,227,740 1,885,366 1,782,769 346,734 35,519 67,200 1,390,720 1,067,940 89,832 561,660
                     
Colorado  547,564 146,702 140,203 31,889 2,801 7,336 105,580 20,247 46,806
Connecticut  390,195 107,450 116,779 25,873 2,344 7,174 77,552 38,977
Delaware  109,428 31,389 28,940 1,130 4,947 21,659 21,363
District of Columbia  144,222 32,853 11,361 971 4,218 14,298 77,869 1,940 516
Florida  2,480,218 646,679 582,961 104,976 10,973 41,929 573,732 357,726 11,870
                     
Georgia  1,449,557 447,726 24,544
Hawaii  310,732 52,171 56,136 1,850 2,343 4,772 36,813 69,620
Idaho  208,388 47,047 48,848 12,322 3,438 3,494 53,448 24,353 9,077
Illinois  1,996,814 625,525 521,063 11,348 30,542 370,891 316,919 25,855 88,886
Indiana  812,893 218,853 243,002 11,897 195,508 1,095
                     
Iowa  391,985 70,275 139,339 2,760 6,676 81,194 64,149 695
Kansas  344,198 93,931 6,232 1,580 96,806 123,318 19,114 3,217
Kentucky  697,220 181,347
Louisiana  1,330,169 308,839 184,758 59,283 5,766 11,073 206,615 453,322 10,522
Maine  194,914 45,476 45,040 10,854 147 2,139 29,100 43,886 3,540 14,732
                     
Maryland  701,595 212,328 180,945 40,488 3,646 10,793 128,822 86,100 8,896
Massachusetts  742,093 205,069 238,965 11,858 145,958 44,963
Michigan  1,506,858 412,823 367,478 80,397 7,155 22,081 249,325 7,628
Minnesota  591,072 112,315 178,734 36,392 3,148 6,971 126,831 16,619
Mississippi  708,253 187,085 109,619 3,298 6,782 174,941 181,999 3,518 41,011
                     
Missouri  741,945 193,755 194,257 45,870 5,162 14,204 182,930 24,532 28,493
Montana  185,898 43,492 34,637 1,038 2,888 21,605 48,543 9,526
Nebraska  321,975 61,158 68,536 14,100 1,710 3,696 51,461 14,761
Nevada  280,898 75,918 62,739 16,235 3,332 6,090 68,933 26,528 4,975
New Hampshire  136,012 31,975 31,496 3,841 19,120 3,147
                     
New Jersey  999,294 242,491 329,551 7,618 200,631 201,343 17,660
New Mexico  467,492 94,731 82,512 19,707 1,401 5,613 99,036
New York  3,136,293 1,163,812 659,175 21,389 11,978 516,480 738,106 24,115
North Carolina  1,254,917 361,488
North Dakota  145,770 34,886 26,340 11,202 2,470 2,402 14,352 29,603 16,317
                     
Ohio  1,601,142 456,043 8,224 36,187 298,731 95 107,603
Oklahoma  642,088 146,276 139,085 33,097 3,079 30,418 156,522 39,371
Oregon  515,223 146,352 120,251 26,804 6,263 7,849 102,787 2,292 43,507
Pennsylvania  1,921,250 536,285 424,304 121,904 24,458 31,423 312,721 225,616 3,663 240,876
Rhode Island  167,399 48,540 36,490 13,332 1,217 4,089 26,635 31,520 3,034 2,542
                     
South Carolina  693,967 187,589 172,714 35,544 3,434 12,822 191,785 82,157 3,427 4,495
South Dakota  180,925 39,298 27,485 14,091 1,552 19,704 12,519 51,384 14,141
Tennessee  840,919 214,674 208,330 22,369 233,607 119,819 6,022
Texas  4,591,616 1,211,575 793,093 231,028 19,494 47,736 1,256,246 105,767
Utah  391,391 53,428 92,745 17,688 1,464 6,199 85,743 21,947
                     
Vermont  94,585 27,892 22,798 118 1,358 2,745 11,478 21,295 597 6,304
Virginia  897,627 231,253 246,315 47,808 4,432 18,277 192,991 34,047 49,502 73,002
Washington  895,642 204,214 213,422 8,361 161,384 58,477
West Virginia  320,529 95,833 64,866 151,297
Wisconsin  629,423 196,612 162,036 5,159 123,847 100,265 16,254
Wyoming  100,207 28,574 19,961 14,060 1,180 2,133 11,955 12,998 1,192
— Not available. Revenues are included in “other and unspecified revenues through state” and /or “other revenues direct to school districts” categories.
‡ 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 10 percent of school districts in the 50 states and the District of Columbia for Title I, 7 percent for special education, 39 percent for math and science, 17 percent for drug-free schools, 9 percent for vocational education, 2 percent for child nutrition, 30 percent for other and unspecified revenues through state, 2 percent for impact aid, and 24 percent for other revenues direct to school districts.
NOTE: All local education agencies (LEAs) reported in the School District Finance Survey (F-33) are included in this table.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Common Core of Data (CCD), “School District Finance Survey (F-33),” fiscal year 2008, Version 1a.
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