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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 2011
 
State [in thousands of dollars]
Total Title 1 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 $74,943,767 $17,113,738 $13,975,981 $607,586 $12,478,958 $23,999,610 $1,151,849 $3,238,191
                           
Alabama 1,077,070 287,983 248,468 41,841 16,606 233,863 3,946 208,245 6,351 18,667
Alaska 420,152 43,899 29,946 11,598 2,895 36,038 1,055 113,322 144,315 36,120
Arizona 1,367,644 377,865 215,397 51,240 13,387 18,398 283,858 18,358 14,354 17,810
Arkansas 834,685 196,801 147,530 22,859 155,026 2,170 264,389 539 36,091
California 9,995,705 2,531,475 2,467,908 315,744 59,170 1,699,208 175,538 2,186,246 90,159 459,448
 
Colorado 979,904 216,600 208,055 31,168 6,882 148,700 10,113 274,426 33,619 49,580
Connecticut 799,526 135,304 169,191 25,946 7,295 95,564 5,464 321,072 38,903
Delaware 202,501 39,957 33,207 435 3,430 31,852 93,620
District of Columbia 227,234 57,188 15,018 12,438 716 2,515 31,978 603 13,800 1,131
Florida 4,710,376 972,115 845,792 97,888 40,792 756,143 1,768,087 9,548 215,443
 
Georgia 2,267,612 480,713 282,035 80,455 19,742 547,276 14,715 737,782 25,419 53,627
Hawaii 347,363 54,333 50,244 1,142 1,203 3,155 45,171 2,472 133,402 42,968 13,273
Idaho 299,354 61,362 62,996 12,197 3,415 69,401 1,699 66,887 6,930 10,791
Illinois 2,895,524 781,761 742,432 112,404 30,154 464,967 27,702 549,937 15,162 149,208
Indiana 1,059,777 244,318 240,952 8,698 262,443 284,034 2,472 12,260
 
Iowa 596,688 103,709 156,099 22,234 6,025 102,462 3,013 175,887 652
Kansas 612,100 124,126 1,510 122,674 3,391 329,665 22,440 6,262
Kentucky 1,164,688 295,217 217,232 60,208
Louisiana 1,570,393 362,447 258,542 61,572 2,819 10,338 248,730 512,511 8,055 105,379
Maine 289,346 63,408 72,201 11,558 4 2,063 40,788 214 77,925 2,461 18,724
 
Maryland 1,255,964 262,561 291,243 40,775 1,305 11,155 173,340 9,043 429,297 12,902
Massachusetts 1,197,383 230,314 270,035 11,663 171,487 463,075 50,809
Michigan 2,677,078 561,012 401,942 67,972 5,746 24,714 338,397 3,670 1,064,113 7,255 202,257
Minnesota 886,619 184,615 260,772 35,488 6,931 162,973 183,024 19,260 32,981
Mississippi 1,006,465 201,991 100,968 1,409 6,154 201,471 1,407 439,736 2,726 50,603
 
Missouri 1,389,362 217,684 180,226 48,342 12,865 221,468 3,891 647,976 25,886 29,285
Montana 264,594 59,562 48,404 3,046 30,019 53,458 47,945 11,647
Nebraska 571,969 71,004 73,024 12,988 4,025 68,294 286,899 19,324 35,426
Nevada 447,888 126,543 93,233 431 4,100 93,046 7,339 87,493 4,309 17,465
New Hampshire 184,768 47,076 45,812 3,870 25,824 56,784 5,402
 
New Jersey 1,320,021 363,909 477,121 9,623 250,202 18,164
New Mexico 641,925 113,975 115,576 19,909 674 7,239 8,395 77,870 169,594
New York 5,127,425 1,571,450 1,116,143 20,051 603,427 33,953 317
North Carolina 2,086,278 166,185 168,634 65,830 414,201 12,609 21,474 135,817
North Dakota 186,844 54,344 36,228 10,751 2,655 17,534 606 17,183 29,209 17,714
 
Ohio 2,762,051 792,256 575,947 36,402 353,968 47 853,773 80 147,074
Oklahoma 970,577 187,915 175,362 30,340 13,308 193,932 272,582 40,231
Oregon 848,637 202,519 175,293 28,657 7,938 128,250 7,782 261,319 8,253 28,176
Pennsylvania 3,469,273 745,342 666,861 137,098 30,579 387,098 12,794 1,291,847 3,394 168,569
Rhode Island 244,530 66,575 57,154 13,828 4,764 32,724 1,535 61,469 2,108 4,194
                           
South Carolina 1,051,679 271,029 220,292 35,743 12,609 231,927 4,141 272,273 2,136 709
South Dakota 262,395 59,917 13,804 25,069 888 53,024 57,104 12,011
Tennessee 1,272,825 348,836 300,326 19,744 283,956 4,798 267,205 6,212 36,827
Texas 8,009,703 1,673,324 716,372 209,597 54,195 1,609,753 3,216,287 122,611 402,928
Utah 519,547 71,478 150,071 18,582 7,094 118,408 4,979 6,024
 
Vermont 107,275 31,659 21,299 12,756 251 2,475 17,379 269 11,761 718 8,708
Virginia 1,427,301 295,530 347,741 46,953 18,231 251,683 11,287 328,550 47,911 77,694
Washington 1,367,629 270,497 222,646 6,936 213,775 492,006 54,982 104,893
West Virginia 510,256 115,835 94,840 21,673 4,533 76,442 554 178,317 54 17,169
Wisconsin 1,002,909 269,861 252,013 5,592 171,194 246,556 14,424 43,269
Wyoming 154,955 48,359 35,801 16,080 2,107 16,945 349 17,482 14,177 142
— 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, 29 percent for math and science, 44 percent for drug-free schools, 9 percent for vocational education, 2 percent for child nutrition, 19 percent for bilingual education, 8 percent for other and unspecified revenues through state, 3 percent for impact aid, and 9 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 response rates of data items in this table were determined in part by fiscal year 2005 General Education Provisions Act (GEPA) data.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Common Core of Data (CCD), "School District Finance Survey (F-33)," fiscal year 2005, Provisional Version 1c and fiscal year 2011, Provisional Version 1a.


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