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Table 2. Number and percentage of all public schools that had any students with an Individual Education Plan (IEP) or who were limited-English proficient (LEP) and percentage of students with an IEP or who were LEP, by state: 2007-08

IEP LEP
State   Number of schools with at least 1 IEP student   Percent of all schools with at least 1 IEP student   Percent of K-12 students with an IEP   Number of schools with at least 1 LEP student   Percent of all schools with at least 1 LEP student   Percent of K-12 students who were LEP  
United States    89,070   98.1   12.3   60,900   67.1   11.3  
                           
Alabama    1,470   99.7   12.3   990   66.8   3.0  
Alaska    480   100.0   15.1   320   67.2   14.7  
Arizona    1,920   100.0   10.8   1,630   85.1   13.4  
Arkansas    990   99.6   10.5   560   56.3   7.4  
California    8,850   95.1   9.7   8,450   90.9   24.9  
                           
Colorado    1,580   99.1   8.7   1,290   80.6   10.9  
Connecticut    1,060   100.0   10.2   820   77.5   5.0  
Delaware    210   100.0   17.6 ! 140   68.3   8.0  
District of Columbia    190   96.5   14.4   110   56.5   15.5  
Florida    3,230   97.0   15.5   2,710   81.5   10.2  
                           
Georgia    2,240   96.4   11.2   1,760   75.8   5.6  
Hawaii    300   100.0   11.6   250   85.9   8.6  
Idaho    640   91.7   10.2   480   68.8   9.0  
Illinois    3,960   97.2   14.2   1,750   42.9   10.9  
Indiana    1,890   100.0   14.9   1,150   60.7   6.3  
                           
Iowa    1,290   99.4   11.7   610   47.1   6.6  
Kansas    1,370   100.0   11.8   680   50.0   8.5  
Kentucky    1,360   100.0   15.8   650   47.7   2.9  
Louisiana    1,360   98.6   12.4   630   45.7   2.7 !
Maine    680   99.7   16.2   230   32.9   3.8 !
                           
Maryland    1,400   98.2   10.9   810   57.0   6.2  
Massachusetts    1,800   100.0   16.4   1,350   75.4   5.3  
Michigan    3,530   95.8   13.1   1,870   50.7   5.1  
Minnesota    1,880   97.6   12.3   1,160   60.4   8.6  
Mississippi    1,030   97.7   11.9   430   41.3   2.1  
                           
Missouri    2,000   98.7   13.1   870   43.0   3.2  
Montana    530   91.9   10.9   170   29.5   7.5  
Nebraska    900   100.0   15.1   310   34.0   5.9  
Nevada    530   100.0   11.3   490   92.5   20.4  
New Hampshire    450   100.0   14.5   290   64.6   2.8  
                           
New Jersey    2,440   99.1   13.2   1,590   64.7   4.7  
New Mexico    720   100.0   14.2   580   81.6   21.2  
New York    4,580   99.0   14.3   3,630   78.5   8.7  
North Carolina    2,370   99.5   11.5   1,860   78.2   8.3  
North Dakota    360   96.0   12.0   110   29.9    
                           
Ohio    3,570   98.1   13.8   1,250   34.3   2.0 !
Oklahoma    1,560   100.0   13.8   960   61.8   6.2  
Oregon    1,190   99.8   11.6   980   82.2   12.5  
Pennsylvania    3,200   99.4   14.7   1,960   61.0   2.6  
Rhode Island    310   100.0   16.2   180   56.0   7.9 !
                           
South Carolina    1,100   100.0   13.0   820   75.2   5.7  
South Dakota    420   90.1   11.9   230   48.9   4.9  
Tennessee    1,610   99.0   12.5   1,000   61.7   4.0  
Texas    8,220   99.1   9.8   7,150   86.2   17.3  
Utah    910   98.8   10.9   770   82.7   7.3  
                           
Vermont    340   100.0   14.1   180   53.4   2.4  
Virginia    1,980   99.5   12.9   1,430   72.1   5.7  
Washington    1,980   93.5   10.5   1,500   70.9   8.7  
West Virginia    750   100.0   16.5   220   29.3   1.0 !
Wisconsin    2,030   100.0   13.3   1,340   65.8   7.9  
Wyoming    310   94.3   12.5   160   49.3   3.3  
! Interpret data with caution. The standard error for this estimate is equal to 30 percent or more of the estimate's value.
‡ Reporting standards not met.
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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