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Table 11.  Percentage of public schools that offered particular programs or services at the school for students, regardless of funding source, by state: 2003–04

State Programs or services available during the 2003–04 school year   Summer school activities or academic intersessions available during the summer of 2003 or the previous school year (2002–03)
A separate, self-contained program for students with discipline or adjustment problems Medical health care services beyond those provided by a school nurse Extended day program providing instruction beyond the normal school day for students who need academic assistance Before-school or after-school day care programs
Providing academic assistance for enrolled students Providing academic advancement or enrichment for enrolled students
United States  31.9 12.0 46.9 33.1   76.2 34.7
               
Alabama  21.7 10.9 39.7 25.2   66.6 28.6
Alaska  20.0 10.3 54.2 19.4   73.7 28.5
Arizona  28.7 18.8 53.8 39.9   70.2 44.8
Arkansas  44.8 16.5 50.3 21.0   59.1 29.5
California  19.6 14.2 56.8 37.8   83.0 36.4
               
Colorado  26.8 13.9 37.5 40.6   67.7 34.7
Connecticut  33.1 16.1 38.8 39.9   82.4 51.9
Delaware  38.9 18.5 72.5 37.2   92.9 24.2
District of Columbia  24.7 11.3 49.3 57.2   85.5 67.7
Florida  35.3 15.7 55.1 52.9   70.7 20.6
               
Georgia  49.7 10.2 78.0 46.2   85.5 28.9
Hawaii  36.5 15.2 53.8 62.8   84.6 47.1
Idaho  28.5 4.6 38.7 12.6   78.0 27.6
Illinois  34.2 5.9 27.4 29.7   71.1 36.8
Indiana  18.2 10.3 25.9 32.8   73.5 30.7
               
Iowa  48.7 13.6 32.8 32.4   73.7 31.4
Kansas  32.4 12.8 54.6 29.0   75.3 26.6
Kentucky  40.4 14.1 84.8 34.5   71.7 37.2
Louisiana  36.4 9.4 55.9 20.0   80.0 28.6
Maine  32.1 18.4 39.2 19.3   77.8 17.5
               
Maryland  16.3 15.0 43.3 40.7   83.1 51.7
Massachusetts  27.7 10.9 40.4 43.9   73.2 26.4
Michigan  23.9 12.5 37.9 42.1   69.7 34.0
Minnesota  35.6 11.4 48.9 37.1   77.8 25.7
Mississippi  40.8 13.3 48.8 11.7   62.5 26.4
               
Missouri  35.3 14.2 51.0 34.9   93.7 70.3
Montana  19.0 6.2 30.2 17.0   42.1 17.8
Nebraska  19.9 7.5 13.3 20.0   48.1 30.8
Nevada  22.3 8.2 35.1 56.1   59.6 28.5
New Hampshire  27.8 11.1 32.0 36.6   88.6 29.0
               
New Jersey  32.1 14.9 33.3 45.3   55.5 26.8
New Mexico  37.5 29.8 59.9 32.9   81.6 24.6
New York  33.8 14.0 57.6 34.1   89.1 34.9
North Carolina  42.8 9.4 36.5 47.4   79.4 29.7
North Dakota  24.8 4.3 26.2 19.6   68.6 31.5
               
Ohio  25.2 9.2 27.2 29.5   80.4 23.5
Oklahoma  32.9 8.2 39.2 23.9   49.2 29.2
Oregon  31.4 8.5 37.2 34.8   45.7 17.1
Pennsylvania  33.9 16.3 46.9 28.1   78.5 35.0
Rhode Island  39.5 14.7 37.6 28.3   79.5 20.9
               
South Carolina  40.8 19.9 69.7 36.2   70.2 35.6
South Dakota  19.3 8.6 23.0 32.2   65.5 28.0
Tennessee  25.0 6.6 59.3 50.9   75.7 45.0
Texas  45.7 10.8 54.5 19.5   82.7 36.8
Utah  46.7 7.9 43.1 16.3   71.8 34.4
               
Vermont  20.9 12.7 37.8 27.7   82.0 28.7
Virginia  36.0 6.0 53.4 25.6   91.4 49.7
Washington  32.6 14.6 55.9 31.0   86.3 41.6
West Virginia  32.5 14.4 62.6 22.9   74.2 27.6
Wisconsin  30.9 7.5 39.2 24.2   83.5 66.0
Wyoming  28.0 6.9 52.5 9.2   84.2 34.0
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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