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Table A.1.a.-4 Percentage distribution of enrollment in public elementary and secondary schools, by school locale and state or jurisdiction: Fall 2010 (Return to Table A.1.a.-4)
State or jurisdiction Town   Rural
Total   Fringe   Distant   Remote   Total   Fringe   Distant   Remote
United States 11.9   1.9   6.2   3.7   24.5   15.1   7.0   2.3
Alabama 14.4   2.9   9.3   2.2   47.5   22.1   19.9   5.6
Alaska 23.2   0.0   10.7   12.5   37.3   15.0   3.9   18.4
Arizona 10.0   1.4   2.3   6.3   24.5   16.9   5.7   1.9
Arkansas 21.8   2.8   10.8   8.2   42.5   21.7   13.9   6.9
California 6.2   2.2   3.3   0.7   10.8   9.1   1.3   0.3
                               
Colorado 10.3   2.6   2.0   5.7   23.5   16.1   3.7   3.7
Connecticut 4.0   3.4   0.6   0.0   14.1   13.1   1.0   0.0
Delaware 15.4   3.7   11.7   0.0   24.6   19.7   5.0   0.0
District of Columbia 0.0   0.0   0.0   0.0   0.0   0.0   0.0   0.0
Florida 5.3   0.7   3.7   0.8   19.3   16.5   2.6   0.3
                               
Georgia 10.6   1.7   6.7   2.2   36.4   26.6   8.4   1.5
Hawaii 26.2   0.0   2.6   23.6   10.6   6.9   2.6   1.2
Idaho 21.2   2.1   7.2   11.9   35.4   21.7   7.7   5.9
Illinois 10.4   1.4   5.1   3.9   14.5   8.6   5.1   0.9
Indiana 15.9   2.2   13.0   0.7   32.0   18.8   12.8   0.4
                               
Iowa 26.4   1.5   10.7   14.3   38.0   11.7   17.3   8.9
Kansas 27.0   1.9   9.2   15.9   34.4   15.9   8.8   9.7
Kentucky 22.1   1.8   11.5   8.8   43.4   21.3   15.4   6.6
Louisiana 17.8   1.5   13.5   2.8   30.5   16.7   11.2   2.6
Maine 18.1   2.1   9.3   6.8   57.0   21.8   26.7   8.4
                               
Maryland 4.9   2.4   2.6   0.0   17.7   13.5   4.2   0.0
Massachusetts 2.0   1.1   0.9   0.0   11.4   10.5   0.9   0.0
Michigan 12.0   2.8   5.7   3.5   23.7   12.4   8.7   2.5
Minnesota 19.9   3.3   7.8   8.8   29.5   14.4   7.8   7.3
Mississippi 29.0   1.6   6.4   21.0   52.0   22.5   21.6   7.9
                               
Missouri 19.8   2.0   9.0   8.8   32.5   14.8   10.8   6.9
Montana 35.7   1.3   0.0   34.4   38.8   8.1   10.5   20.2
Nebraska 23.9   1.2   4.6   18.1   30.3   8.4   8.2   13.7
Nevada 7.2   0.9   2.1   4.2   21.4   18.7   1.4   1.3
New Hampshire 16.4   1.1   10.7   4.6   37.4   19.6   14.3   3.5
                               
New Jersey 2.0   1.7   0.3   0.0   10.1   9.4   0.7   0.0
New Mexico 26.3   1.3   3.9   21.1   29.6   19.6   3.4   6.6
New York 7.5   2.1   4.0   1.4   12.6   6.5   5.5   0.6
North Carolina 12.7   2.1   9.6   0.9   46.7   29.9   14.9   1.8
North Dakota 21.0   0.0   0.4   20.5   43.2   7.1   8.3   27.7
                               
Ohio 13.9   3.2   10.3   0.4   26.6   16.0   10.4   0.1
Oklahoma 23.4   1.1   12.8   9.6   35.5   12.5   15.4   7.6
Oregon 26.0   6.3   10.8   8.9   17.8   10.3   4.9   2.6
Pennsylvania 12.6   2.8   8.6   1.1   22.2   14.5   7.1   0.6
Rhode Island 1.6   1.6   0.0   0.0   13.3   11.3   2.1   0.0
                               
South Carolina 14.0   1.9   10.6   1.6   44.3   31.3   12.4   0.6
South Dakota 28.5   3.6   4.4   20.4   45.0   9.1   10.3   25.6
Tennessee 14.4   0.8   10.2   3.4   39.8   24.6   13.3   1.9
Texas 10.6   1.2   5.6   3.8   24.2   17.2   5.3   1.7
Utah 12.8   1.1   7.3   4.4   18.1   12.6   2.6   2.9
                               
Vermont 25.6   0.0   12.2   13.4   58.4   19.9   27.6   10.8
Virginia 7.0   0.5   5.5   1.1   30.7   19.0   9.9   1.9
Washington 12.6   2.5   6.1   4.0   17.4   11.2   4.3   1.9
West Virginia 23.3   0.9   15.1   7.3   47.2   20.9   19.9   6.3
Wisconsin 20.3   3.7   14.7   1.8   28.2   11.5   11.4   5.3
Wyoming 40.6   0.0   0.0   40.6   34.8   11.5   5.1   18.1
NOTE: Excludes students in schools for which enrollment data are not available. Excludes 8,173 students attending schools for which locale data are not available. Detail may not sum to totals because of rounding. 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 (CCD), "Public Elementary/Secondary School Universe Survey," 2010-11 (version 2a).
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