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Table 1. Total number of public schools and students and percentage of public schools and students that participated in Title I and the National School Lunch Program, by state: 2007-08

Title I services National School Lunch Program
State Total number of schools   Total number of students   Percent of all schools that received services1   Percent of all K-12 students that received services   Percent of all schools that participated   Percent of all K-12 students who were approved for free or reduced-price lunches
United States  90,760   48,479,590   52.5   29.2   95.2   42.9
                       
Alabama  1,480   757,670   56.3   33.6   98.2   48.0
Alaska  480   113,480   53.4   22.2   84.2   45.1
Arizona  1,920   1,143,510   59.2   31.2   85.7   48.4
Arkansas  990   500,590   60.3   43.8   97.3   53.8
California  9,300   6,219,570   58.3   41.6   96.9   50.2
                       
Colorado  1,600   736,760   40.8   20.6   95.8   34.2
Connecticut  1,060   590,620   42.7   13.3   96.4   25.0
Delaware  210   115,130   42.4   29.8   98.7   38.1
District of Columbia  200   57,330   60.1   50.5   93.5   60.6
Florida  3,330   2,512,540   40.5   22.6   94.0   41.5
                       
Georgia  2,320   1,630,260   52.5   30.2   96.5   46.0
Hawaii  300   180,990   54.2   41.6   97.9   43.3
Idaho  700   267,370   59.0   26.6   98.1   41.4
Illinois  4,080   2,022,380   44.7   19.8   89.1   43.4
Indiana  1,890   1,050,280   40.3   14.6   100.0   36.3
                       
Iowa  1,300   511,380   56.5   16.9   100.0   32.8
Kansas  1,370   466,390   49.1   23.1   99.5   38.0
Kentucky  1,360   661,850   71.8   51.3   96.7   51.4
Louisiana  1,380   647,690   66.0   52.7   98.8   56.7
Maine  680   197,400   59.7   11.5   96.8   36.5
                       
Maryland  1,430   791,650   31.1   16.5   98.1   37.8
Massachusetts  1,800   975,510   48.1   19.6   98.0   25.4
Michigan  3,690   1,664,910   49.1   20.6   92.8   38.8
Minnesota  1,930   895,340   42.6   15.0   89.1   34.6
Mississippi  1,050   519,400   67.3   52.1   94.0   65.0
                       
Missouri  2,020   912,800   52.8   17.2   98.1   41.5
Montana  580   147,540   72.1   24.4   84.1   36.6
Nebraska  900   256,110   50.3   18.2 ! 90.9   33.6
Nevada  530   399,290   24.0   15.1   93.7   43.0
New Hampshire  450   200,350   45.7   8.2   94.0   20.8
                       
New Jersey  2,460   1,338,540   50.7   19.6   90.0   27.8
New Mexico  720   316,930   66.7   44.6   92.2   63.6
New York  4,630   2,578,830   59.7   32.1   97.9   43.7
North Carolina  2,380   1,319,920   45.2   26.1   94.5   50.8
North Dakota  370   92,980   77.3   20.1 ! 96.1   31.0
                       
Ohio  3,640   1,926,270   47.3   19.5   96.2   29.8
Oklahoma  1,560   642,610   65.4   37.6   97.4   50.0
Oregon  1,190   534,610   45.3   27.7   95.3   49.0
Pennsylvania  3,220   1,803,970   55.0   16.9   94.7   31.0
Rhode Island  310   153,610   33.3   14.7 ! 96.1   31.6
                       
South Carolina  1,100   692,270   42.6   27.5   96.0   53.6
South Dakota  460   120,210   62.3   25.0   88.3   34.4
Tennessee  1,630   936,390   46.7   30.1   98.4   47.7
Texas  8,290   4,785,070   67.9   53.1   96.5   53.7
Utah  920   540,060   22.3   12.3   86.7   30.6
                       
Vermont  340   99,750   56.0   28.3   94.4   30.3
Virginia  1,990   1,160,560   40.8   12.7   98.5   33.6
Washington  2,120   996,310   41.0   19.8   92.8   33.5
West Virginia  750   299,030   42.4   24.2   95.0   50.2
Wisconsin  2,030   909,570   52.7   14.8   98.8   35.1
Wyoming  330   86,020   45.3   21.3   90.4   29.3
! Interpret data with caution. The standard error for this estimate is equal to 30 percent or more of the estimate's value.
1These services were received at the school or any other location.
NOTE: Detail may not sum to totals because of rounding.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Schools and Staffing Survey (SASS), "Public School Data File," 2007-08.


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