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Table 4.  Participation in Title I and the National School Lunch Program, by affiliation stratum: 2003–04

    Title I services    National School Lunch Program 
Affiliation stratum   Number of schools receiving service1   Percent of all schools receiving service1   Percent of K–12 students participating   Number of participating schools   Percent of all schools   Percent of K–12 students in participating schools approved for free or reduced-price lunches  
All private schools    5,375   18.9   3.2   6,680   23.5   20.8  
                           
Catholic- Parochial    2,235   54.9   6.8   2,416   59.3   17.9  
Catholic- Diocesan    1,402   47.6   4.9   1,491   50.6   14.1  
Catholic- Private    136   15.1   1.9   229   25.5   27.1  
Amish    #   #   #   17 ! 2.3 ! #  
Assembly of God    34   7.8   1.0 ! 26 ! 5.9 ! 7.5 !
Baptist    144   6.5   2.4   55 ! 2.5 ! 61.6  
Episcopal    28   8.1   0.5 ! 16 ! 4.6 ! 33.6 !
Jewish    117   14.4   1.9   315   38.9   46.2  
Lutheran Church- Missouri Synod    207   18.9   1.8   592   53.8   8.9  
Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod    54   14.7   0.9   78   21.2   7.9  
Mennonite    7 ! 1.5 ! 0.8 ! 18 ! 4.0   6.5 !
Pentecostal    3 ! 0.7 ! 0.4 ! 43 ! 10.9 ! 44.9 !
Seventh-Day Adventist    110   11.5   2.8   40   4.2   44.6  
Other Religious    429   7.3   0.6   432   7.4   26.3  
Nonsectarian- Regular    165   5.6   0.6 ! 207   7.0   14.8 !
Nonsectarian- Special Emphasis    176   7.3   3.0   231   9.7   54.8  
Nonsectarian- Special Education    129   8.9   6.7   475   32.7   57.2  
# Rounds to zero.
! Interpret data with caution. The standard error for this estimate is equal to 50 percent or more of the estimate's value.
1 These services are received at the school or any other location.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Schools and Staffing Survey, Private School Date File, 2003–04.

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