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Table 9.    Federal revenues received by local education agencies for public elementary and secondary education, by program and state: Fiscal year 2010
 
State [in thousands of dollars]
Total Title I Special education Math and science Drug‑free schools Vocational education Child nutrition Bilingual education Other and unspecified federal revenues through
state1
Impact aid Other federal
revenues direct to
school districts2
Reporting states3 $75,265,747 $16,940,653 $14,291,134 $632,499 $12,009,020 $24,791,883 $1,256,017 $3,068,157
                       
Alabama 1,134,111 341,896 252,246 42,225 13,058 16,446 234,167 3,925 209,220 3,397 17,531
Alaska 366,970 45,345 36,745 10,868 1,393 3,002 33,761 1,011 73,004 125,043 36,798
Arizona 1,796,154 365,702 216,364 42,268 14,317 20,067 280,376 16,955 159,024 35,500
Arkansas 795,755 190,392 158,152 2,237 162,992 3,167 236,991 107 29,726
California 9,716,678 2,269,389 2,901,939 323,364 29,339 59,624 1,655,652 161,153 1,762,213 84,932 469,073
                       
Colorado 720,756 201,854 199,841 33,216 2,332 6,713 138,229 8,654 58,998 20,806 50,113
Connecticut 824,709 166,234 195,541 23,827 2,065 7,718 93,848 5,303 290,565 39,608
Delaware 190,527 41,127 30,097 1,069 4,530 28,696 85,008
District of Columbia 148,803 50,388 16,629 714 2,902 22,951 1,067 1,110 2,843
Florida 4,200,103 892,532 857,779 98,792 11,234 40,976 711,351 1,374,305 8,422 204,712
                       
Georgia 2,598,683 625,666 532,314 1,367,566 23,105 50,032
Hawaii 382,400 79,000 41,249 1,100 3,500 35,374 2,800 170,619 45,439 3,319
Idaho 456,933 65,620 69,796 12,305 4,770 3,632 68,075 1,473 212,588 7,302 11,372
Illinois 3,810,175 782,585 870,275 99,461 27,988 31,680 458,497 27,338 1,411,432 23,570 77,349
Indiana 1,521,653 341,362 274,642 10,763 253,388 620,352 768 14,474
                       
Iowa 728,361 96,572 201,453 19,387 2,267 5,655 96,753 3,223 279,472 485
Kansas 673,692 127,033 2,852 1,997 113,734 3,327 404,041 20,708
Kentucky 1,059,915 304,168 213,948 52,894
Louisiana 1,609,830 387,258 270,662 64,349 4,097 10,200 233,651 519,251 9,394 110,968
Maine 320,917 78,935 74,523 12,193 635 2,017 38,178 633 87,235 3,150 23,418
                       
Maryland 1,004,498 254,248 280,805 37,659 2,958 11,292 159,327 8,047 217,714 7,835
Massachusetts 1,092,892 222,431 358,447 12,578 155,039 296,822 47,575
Michigan 2,550,687 849,959 393,867 75,953 7,491 24,318 327,744 220 679,966 4,615 186,554
Minnesota 1,306,046 177,872 279,600 36,088 3,099 7,039 153,687 594,576 18,784 35,301
Mississippi 945,973 191,252 101,952 2,593 6,102 197,344 1,456 398,723 3,049 43,502
                       
Missouri 1,479,461 200,817 176,016 42,112 13,699 231,981 3,756 749,207 23,309 35,310
Montana 256,049 63,967 51,490 3,029 27,573 40,488 46,034 11,627
Nebraska 465,728 70,266 72,514 15,156 1,963 3,908 63,628 173,258 17,191 47,844
Nevada 358,971 110,623 98,429 16,582 5,292 82,076 7,204 24,126 4,055 9,194
New Hampshire 185,175 44,281 45,984 4,480 24,066 62,434 3,930
                       
New Jersey 2,422,501 355,224 489,217 10,844 251,190 1,299,388 16,638
New Mexico 760,563 147,626 106,323 1,548 8,350 4,186 145,503 97,746 247,543
New York 3,702,882 1,125,183 682,378 19,882 20,003 578,337 1,249,172 27,118 809
North Carolina 1,960,070 150,881 148,133 63,402 397,448 12,122 14,390 123,827
North Dakota 277,985 49,259 37,531 10,640 2,832 16,503 558 111,274 30,916 17,027
                       
Ohio 2,499,638 736,592 590,362 7,747 35,762 344,186 21 658,827 13 126,128
Oklahoma 768,611 188,404 159,653 34,347 2,795 36,905 189,513 38,451 76,007 38,991
Oregon 813,110 199,194 188,728 27,741 8,107 7,939 123,514 6,917 215,272 5,381 30,317
Pennsylvania 3,071,657 763,089 705,317 117,078 23,147 31,497 378,907 10,946 902,479 2,956 136,241
Rhode Island 252,620 65,720 58,573 12,626 1,027 3,324 29,585 1,374 72,582 2,334 5,475
                       
South Carolina 1,069,025 275,545 241,050 35,575 2,350 13,474 226,454 3,962 266,923 2,945 747
South Dakota 250,554 59,373 49,893 14,060 1,930 24,046 1,298 30,650 57,245 11,006
Tennessee 1,094,293 326,726 311,339 21,698 272,621 110,495 4,588 35,718
Texas 8,166,313 1,753,780 816,049 218,197 15,768 55,625 1,538,826 3,297,812 113,912 354,716
Utah 593,272 78,160 137,959 17,482 1,187 7,444 110,966 4,916 201,807 6,230
                       
Vermont 173,945 44,598 35,148 87 1,104 2,713 15,856 64,788 822 8,829
Virginia 1,532,041 295,787 346,678 46,921 3,919 19,828 229,541 10,852 458,179 49,585 70,751
Washington 1,400,984 260,289 214,259 7,450 202,804 566,002 56,043 91,516
West Virginia 513,794 128,266 104,697 22,550 4,231 71,832 395 167,444 13,010
Wisconsin 1,115,342 262,784 315,715 5,348 161,281 327,415 12,811 29,988
Wyoming 123,942 35,399 25,095 14,505 3,465 2,255 15,574 395 16,703 123
— Not available. State is unable to report this federal program separately. These revenues are included in the "Other and unspecified federal revenues through state" and/or "Other federal revenues direct to school districts" Categories of this table and included in the total.
† 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. These revenues are not included within any of the program-specific categories in this table, but are included in the total.
1 Includes revenues from the Workforce Investment Act, federal grants for adult education, and other federal revenues through the state.
2 Includes Indian education, Head Start, magnet schools, gifted and talented, and other federal revenues direct to school districts.
3 Federal revenues were missing for 2 percent of school districts in the 50 states and the District of Columbia for Title I, 5 percent for special education, 32 percent for math and science, 19 percent for drug-free schools, 10 percent for vocational education, 1 percent for child nutrition, 18 percent for bilingual education, 5 percent for other and unspecified revenues through state, 2 percent for impact aid, and 8 percent for other revenues direct to school districts.
NOTE: All local education agencies reported in the School District Finance Survey (F-33) are included in this table. The fiscal year 2005 General Education Provisions Act (GEPA) data were used to determine the response rates of the data items 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 2010, Provisional Version 1a.


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