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Table A.1.a.-2 Number of public elementary and secondary schools, by school locale and state or jurisdiction: School year 2010–11
State or jurisdiction Total   City   Suburban   Town   Rural
  Large Midsize Small   Large Midsize Small   Fringe Distant Remote   Fringe Distant Remote
United States1 98,817   13,279 5,737 6,863   22,425 2,805 1,878   1,906 7,004 4,928   13,348 11,593 7,011
Alabama 1,600   0 243 133   132 44 42   35 152 43   304 351 121
Alaska 509   81 0 13   0 0 11   0 31 59   39 24 251
Arizona 2,265   828 148 81   253 0 38   33 80 196   312 152 140
Arkansas 1,110   0 63 165   60 17 5   25 104 89   224 218 140
California1 10,124   2,234 924 857   2,795 430 281   247 495 177   970 440 274
                                   
Colorado 1,796   338 75 104   384 23 61   37 41 144   216 132 241
Connecticut 1,157   0 177 151   476 115 0   49 8 0   158 23 0
Delaware 214   0 0 37   77 0 15   9 28 0   37 11 0
District of Columbia 228   227 0 0   0 0 0   0 0 0   1 0 0
Florida 4,131   376 302 488   1,511 286 77   39 207 61   586 174 24
                                   
Georgia 2,449   114 163 155   720 29 55   39 192 73   581 271 57
Hawaii 289   64 0 0   76 26 0   0 8 69   25 13 8
Idaho1 748   0 61 104   37 0 42   15 65 83   128 98 115
Illinois1 4,361   641 219 239   1,384 130 73   69 327 242   369 566 102
Indiana 1,936   239 69 188   315 31 28   46 280 17   355 356 12
                                   
Iowa 1,436   0 100 145   55 18 9   13 139 193   134 403 227
Kansas 1,378   91 125 17   111 9 2   21 119 200   154 209 320
Kentucky 1,554   203 0 64   141 26 21   23 179 154   305 302 136
Louisiana 1,471   93 182 126   148 75 52   21 227 47   233 205 62
Maine 631   0 0 53   0 34 23   9 45 42   113 206 106
                                   
Maryland 1,449   193 0 102   669 79 60   34 39 0   188 84 1
Massachusetts 1,829   147 113 142   1,045 94 2   25 28 0   189 44 0
Michigan1 3,877   255 240 393   1,021 143 125   112 241 181   493 483 181
Minnesota 2,392   276 38 187   513 13 17   71 201 242   240 257 337
Mississippi 1,083   0 62 53   38 24 13   11 74 253   184 252 117
                                   
Missouri 2,410   242 74 74   443 20 30   32 207 200   304 457 327
Montana 827   0 28 33   0 4 8   4 0 130   44 132 444
Nebraska 1,096   211 0 0   62 7 0   7 42 169   88 141 369
Nevada 645   114 90 31   154 0 0   8 19 42   95 18 74
New Hampshire 480   0 21 18   29 42 36   6 47 30   97 114 40
                                   
New Jersey 2,607   94 0 125   1,946 50 32   61 10 0   260 27 0
New Mexico 862   147 0 60   56 9 9   9 32 190   124 54 172
New York 4,757   1,744 111 178   1,377 49 53   109 240 83   344 407 62
North Carolina 2,567   260 229 144   136 151 26   51 287 28   667 486 79
North Dakota 516   0 22 39   0 9 8   0 3 75   27 63 270
                                   
Ohio 3,758   529 116 198   1,094 68 94   123 408 15   562 546 5
Oklahoma 1,785   228 0 32   163 2 24   15 194 162   207 445 313
Oregon 1,296   121 90 113   185 54 8   71 132 135   151 124 112
Pennsylvania 3,233   414 51 143   1,082 114 106   95 284 45   519 343 37
Rhode Island 317   0 55 50   160 0 0   6 0 0   38 8 0
                                   
South Carolina 1,214   0 67 130   182 42 29   22 141 23   337 228 13
South Dakota 710   0 48 25   0 0 2   8 18 79   31 111 388
Tennessee 1,784   327 124 87   164 31 31   17 197 60   371 322 53
Texas 8,732   2,046 662 483   1,396 112 99   118 637 451   1,338 918 472
Utah 1,016   0 75 105   418 0 25   13 69 60   106 42 103
                                   
Vermont 320   0 0 15   0 19 0   0 26 31   51 124 54
Virginia 2,175   88 257 155   581 32 56   15 147 35   390 338 81
Washington 2,338   108 228 248   619 156 45   60 150 109   266 207 142
West Virginia 757   0 0 89   0 76 26   6 97 53   137 205 68
Wisconsin 2,238   206 85 242   217 112 75   67 307 51   224 428 224
Wyoming 360   0 0 49   0 0 4   0 0 107   32 31 137
1Totals for Arizona, Michigan, Mississippi, New Jersey, and North Carolina include schools for which locale information is not available.
NOTE: For more details on urban-centric locale categories, see http://nces.ed.gov/surveys/ruraled/definitions.asp.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Common Core of Data, "Public Elementary/Secondary School Universe Survey," 2010–11 (version 2a).
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