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Table 3.  Number and percentage of public schools that had students with an Individual Education Plan (IEP), percentage of enrolled students who had an IEP, and percentage of IEP students who spent varying amounts of time in regular classrooms, by state: 2003–04

State  Number of schools that had any students with an IEP Percent of all schools that had any students with an IEP Percent of enrolled students who had an IEP   Among IEP students in schools that had any students with an IEP, percent who spent varying amounts of time in regular classrooms 
All day Most of the day Some of the day Little or none of the day
United States  86,095 97.7 12.8   25.2 38.5 21.8 14.5
                 
Alabama  1,490 100.0 13.1   30.7 33.8 24.5 11.0
Alaska  447 100.0 14.1   26.8 44.1 19.5 9.5
Arizona  1,703 100.0 10.7   28.1 34.4 21.7 15.8
Arkansas  1,043 97.4 12.6   18.1 41.9 30.0 10.0
California  8,500 95.9 10.3   20.8 38.4 19.1 21.7
                 
Colorado  1,436 94.7 9.6   23.1 50.7 18.8 7.4
Connecticut  1,008 100.0 11.1   30.3 43.3 17.9 8.5
Delaware  177 96.2 14.2   34.5 24.1 27.4 14.0
District of Columbia  174 90.2 13.8   33.9 19.6 36.5 9.9
Florida  2,982 96.5 16.5   24.0 35.6 21.3 19.1
                 
Georgia  1,820 97.1 13.5   19.1 33.4 26.1 21.4
Hawaii  281 100.0 12.9   17.7 30.7 34.3 17.3
Idaho  651 100.0 10.0   24.8 54.5 14.4 6.3
Illinois  4,074 98.2 12.6   28.9 33.9 19.9 17.3
Indiana  1,830 96.3 13.9   28.5 35.5 24.1 11.9
                 
Iowa  1,326 100.0 12.3   9.0 51.0 28.7 11.3
Kansas  1,406 99.4 13.3   20.8 48.6 21.5 9.1
Kentucky  1,370 98.1 15.2   27.9 39.0 20.5 12.6
Louisiana  1,456 99.4 15.2   24.1 39.3 22.3 14.3
Maine  698 100.0 15.1   25.8 41.6 22.7 9.9
                 
Maryland  1,337 98.2 12.7   40.6 27.7 19.0 12.7
Massachusetts  1,782 99.2 15.1   29.5 42.6 16.8 11.1
Michigan  3,470 94.4 11.4   22.4 38.4 27.5 11.7
Minnesota  1,750 98.2 13.2   22.8 49.1 18.5 9.6
Mississippi  989 95.6 11.9   26.9 29.6 27.4 16.0
                 
Missouri  1,998 100.0 13.7   21.6 47.3 23.1 8.0
Montana  522 89.2 12.5   24.9 48.3 19.3 7.6
Nebraska  1,053 91.9 13.1   18.5 55.2 17.9 8.3
Nevada  497 99.6 10.3   19.7 38.0 30.7 11.6
New Hampshire  437 100.0 15.0   40.8 46.0 8.6 4.6
                 
New Jersey  2,318 97.0 13.1   19.8 29.3 25.3 25.5
New Mexico  689 98.0 17.2   24.4 37.3 22.9 15.4
New York  4,257 100.0 12.7   46.7 31.7 10.0 11.5
North Carolina  2,173 98.8 16.2   31.4 38.7 13.6 16.3
North Dakota  383 95.9 13.5   24.3 56.2 12.7 6.8
                 
Ohio  3,809 98.3 10.6   21.1 38.9 26.7 13.3
Oklahoma  1,564 100.0 14.3   23.5 36.3 28.4 11.8
Oregon  1,199 96.1 11.6   20.0 56.9 14.3 8.8
Pennsylvania  3,108 100.0 12.9   20.1 32.3 31.2 16.4
Rhode Island  296 97.5 17.1   42.2 32.9 13.4 11.6
                 
South Carolina  1,103 98.6 14.2   13.8 52.1 14.0 20.1
South Dakota  427 86.8 10.9   26.8 49.3 15.5 8.4
Tennessee  1,575 96.4 13.9   16.7 52.6 18.8 11.9
Texas  7,322 98.7 12.7   26.9 35.7 25.8 11.6
Utah  749 96.6 11.9   23.7 43.7 21.4 11.2
                 
Vermont  329 100.0 13.1   29.5 53.6 8.5 8.3
Virginia  1,992 99.4 14.5   22.1 34.9 27.1 15.9
Washington  1,996 96.4 11.6   16.2 48.7 22.9 12.3
West Virginia  765 98.5 16.6   16.1 41.3 34.0 8.6
Wisconsin  2,008 97.9 13.1   20.9 46.1 24.0 9.0
Wyoming  327 92.7 14.0   15.5 50.4 22.5 11.7
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, Public School Data File, 2003–04.

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