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Table 1. Total number of public schools and students, and percentage of schools and students that participated in the Title I and federal free or reduced-price lunch programs, by state: 2011–12


          Title I services1   Federal free or reduced-price lunch program  
State Total number of schools   Total number of students   Percent of all schools that received services   Percent of all K–12 students that received services2   Percent of all schools that participated   Percent of all K–12 students who were approved for free or reduced-price lunches3  
United States 90,010 49,508,800 57.4 37.4 96.3 47.5
                         
Alabama 1,410 680,460 58.8 47.8 93.3 52.6
Alaska 510 ! 56.4 30.2 ! 81.8 37.2 !
Arizona 2,010 1,137,400 61.0 42.9 82.4 51.7
Arkansas 940 506,210 68.7 54.0 98.3 59.6
California 9,770 6,286,960 56.3 45.9 96.8 49.0
                         
Colorado 1,590 857,650 43.3 22.5 93.3 38.0
Connecticut 1,030 507,030 55.3 18.8 94.0 29.5
Delaware 220 130,160 64.9 58.9 94.9 42.0
District of Columbia
Florida 3,520 2,599,600 46.2 37.9 96.2 55.8
                         
Georgia 2,370 1,770,140 60.3 43.5 99.0 49.4
Hawaii 280 ! 193,450 75.1 53.4 ! 100.0 43.8
Idaho 710 296,610 71.5 41.3 91.6 53.0
Illinois 3,920 1,953,720 54.1 30.0 98.1 45.5
Indiana 1,780 1,046,010 49.5 23.0 97.5 44.5
                         
Iowa 1,170 472,810 57.9 11.1 100.0 37.5
Kansas 1,270 443,080 46.7 19.4 99.3 45.7
Kentucky 1,440 691,100 59.2 47.2 87.6 49.4
Louisiana 1,350 608,400 70.7 47.8 98.3 58.6
Maine 620 202,050 64.0 15.6 97.1 35.8
                         
Maryland
Massachusetts 1,720 972,710 62.9 27.4 98.3 37.0
Michigan 3,350 1,652,890 58.2 28.6 97.7 45.7
Minnesota 1,940 866,160 46.7 16.3 94.9 38.1
Mississippi 1,010 538,920 66.1 61.1 94.9 58.5
                         
Missouri 1,940 911,410 55.3 21.1 97.0 44.3
Montana 560 150,620 86.2 26.9 93.9 40.3
Nebraska 870 264,750 62.6 28.2 97.9 36.8
Nevada 590 471,850 27.6 23.2 95.5 51.6
New Hampshire 440 181,500 61.7 9.7 ! 99.6 26.5
                         
New Jersey 2,470 1,393,860 53.8 23.7 97.1 36.4
New Mexico 730 313,820 65.7 56.2 93.8 66.6
New York 4,620 2,962,010 66.4 38.5 97.8 47.0
North Carolina 2,550 1,417,460 49.1 34.8 98.1 55.0
North Dakota 350 102,400 67.9 28.4 91.1 29.4
                         
Ohio 3,380 1,766,320 58.6 26.1 97.0 43.8
Oklahoma 1,480 635,410 75.9 51.9 100.0 56.4
Oregon 1,200 601,490 52.4 31.8 96.1 46.5
Pennsylvania 3,160 1,926,940 62.0 31.0 98.4 36.5
Rhode Island 280 131,670 53.2 27.1 100.0 39.4
                         
South Carolina 1,180 770,690 43.7 29.4 99.3 52.5
South Dakota 430 128,000 71.8 28.5 93.4 36.0
Tennessee 1,710 1,071,880 57.6 45.8 98.7 55.6
Texas 8,300 4,955,020 72.4 64.1 96.8 58.3
Utah 940 596,650 20.5 13.0 ! 90.5 29.0
                         
Vermont 310 88,440 68.7 31.1 90.3 35.9
Virginia 2,040 1,134,590 38.8 21.3 94.7 39.0
Washington 2,010 966,250 50.3 29.0 95.1 42.7
West Virginia 760 304,510 52.1 36.7 96.9 49.8
Wisconsin 1,930 824,140 53.7 25.5 95.6 34.9
Wyoming 320 87,470 35.3 16.4 93.5 31.3
! Interpret data with caution. The coefficient of variation (CV) for this estimate is between 30 percent and 50 percent (i.e., the standard error is at least 30 percent and less than 50 percent of the estimate).
‡ Reporting standards not met. The coefficient of variation (CV) for this estimate is 50 percent or greater (i.e., the standard error is 50 percent or more of the estimate) or the response rate is below 50 percent.
1 Includes both instructional and noninstructional staff.
2 Percentages are based on all students, including those in schools that did not receive Title I services.
3 Percentages are based on all students, including those in schools that did not participate in the federal free or reduced-price lunch program.
NOTE: Detail may not sum to totals because of rounding and because some data are not shown.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Schools and Staffing Survey (SASS), "Private School Data File," 2011–12.


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