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

  Title I services   National School Lunch Program
State Number of schools receiving service1Percent of all schools receiving service1Percent of K–12 students participating Number of participating schoolsPercent of all schoolsPercent of K–12 students in participating schools approved for free or reduced-price lunches
United States  47,917 54.4 27.5   84,302 95.7 41.6
               
Alabama  965 64.8 37.5   1,422 95.4 47.4
Alaska  255 57.0 21.0   349 78.2 38.0
Arizona  862 50.6 29.8   1,459 85.7 44.3
Arkansas  691 64.6 35.3   1,061 99.1 46.6
California  4,981 56.2 37.4   8,525 96.1 50.0
               
Colorado  551 36.3 15.5   1,379 90.9 27.5
Connecticut  525 52.1 11.1   946 93.9 27.9
Delaware  86 46.9 27.4   183 100.0 35.6
District of Columbia  110 57.2 44.0   174 90.2 63.5
Florida  1,405 45.5 32.6   2,931 94.9 44.9
               
Georgia  1,094 58.4 32.6   1,840 98.2 47.0
Hawaii  185 65.8 41.6   280 100.0 42.6
Idaho  387 59.5 18.4   634 97.5 39.6
Illinois  2,454 59.1 29.6   4,020 96.9 37.3
Indiana  867 45.6 12.6   1,782 93.8 36.6
               
Iowa  559 42.1 5.9   1,313 99.0 25.9
Kansas  744 52.6 18.7   1,414 100.0 38.5
Kentucky  957 68.5 47.3   1,382 99.0 49.3
Louisiana  891 60.8 43.5   1,439 98.3 56.9
Maine  463 66.3 10.3   674 96.6 31.7
               
Maryland  449 33.0 19.2   1,319 96.8 34.9
Massachusetts  872 48.5 19.8   1,781 99.2 26.8
Michigan  2,073 56.4 20.6   3,453 94.0 34.7
Minnesota  905 50.8 10.1   1,670 93.8 29.7
Mississippi  748 72.3 55.0   969 93.7 67.5
               
Missouri  1,057 52.9 17.4   1,879 94.1 39.7
Montana  249 42.5 16.5   484 82.7 36.8
Nebraska  415 36.2 13.7   1,009 88.1 34.9
Nevada  135 27.0 16.6   444 89.2 41.6
New Hampshire  193 44.1 6.1   430 98.6 18.7
               
New Jersey  1,207 50.5 15.7   2,192 91.7 29.5
New Mexico  497 70.6 37.1   681 97.0 62.7
New York  2,776 65.2 30.1   4,231 99.4 41.7
North Carolina  902 41.0 21.5   2,152 97.8 40.3
North Dakota  186 46.6 10.5   378 94.6 31.5
               
Ohio  2,059 53.1 10.5   3,724 96.1 30.6
Oklahoma  944 60.4 32.2   1,563 100.0 48.3
Oregon  682 54.7 22.0   1,175 94.2 43.3
Pennsylvania  2,060 66.3 24.3   3,035 97.7 34.8
Rhode Island  122 40.1 19.2   299 98.8 30.8
               
South Carolina  509 45.4 29.9   1,078 96.4 47.0
South Dakota  239 48.4 15.4   411 83.5 32.9
Tennessee  879 53.8 34.1   1,592 97.5 44.0
Texas  4,698 63.3 45.7   7,251 97.7 55.6
Utah  254 32.7 18.7   751 96.9 30.8
               
Vermont  199 60.5 17.3   317 96.5 27.8
Virginia  845 42.2 10.4   1,872 93.4 32.0
Washington  1,131 54.6 21.5   1,955 94.4 36.8
West Virginia  427 55.0 30.4   751 96.8 48.8
Wisconsin  986 48.1 11.5   1,903 92.9 27.3
Wyoming  191 54.1 16.7   324 91.7 32.8
1These 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, Public School Data File, 2003–04.

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