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Table 204.06. Number of public elementary and secondary schools with Title I programs, by traditional or charter school status and state or jurisdiction: School year 2020-21
State or jurisdiction Number of Title I-eligible public schools Number of Title I-eligible traditional (noncharter) schools Number of Title I-eligible charter schools
With schoolwide programs With targeted assistance programs No Title I program With schoolwide programs With targeted assistance programs No Title I program With schoolwide programs With targeted assistance programs No Title I program
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
United States 39,408 7,998 11,557 35,712 7,485 11,172 3,696 513 385
Alabama 0 949 0 0 944 0 0 5 0
Alaska1 252 35 89 247 35 83 5 0 6
Arizona 1,171 110 132 891 56 131 280 54 1
Arkansas 769 58 144 722 36 138 47 22 6
California2 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

Colorado
638 107 0 552 101 0 86 6 0
Connecticut 347 267 0 328 265 0 19 2 0
Delaware 148 0 0 127 0 0 21 0 0
District of Columbia 181 1 0 83 1 0 98 0 0
Florida 2,066 11 1,018 1,785 9 831 281 2 187

Georgia
1,593 43 0 1,534 28 0 59 15 0
Hawaii 181 0 0 158 0 0 23 0 0
Idaho 375 62 102 352 34 101 23 28 1
Illinois2 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
Indiana 792 177 605 738 153 599 54 24 6

Iowa
254 354 556 254 354 554 0 0 2
Kansas 474 166 479 474 165 474 0 1 5
Kentucky 913 7 186 913 7 186 0 0 0
Louisiana3 996 22 173 873 20 172 123 2 1
Maine 214 133 149 209 128 146 5 5 3

Maryland
418 28 276 399 24 272 19 4 4
Massachusetts4 788 356 0 729 340 0 59 16 0
Michigan 1,388 417 753 1,116 351 741 272 66 12
Minnesota 487 0 1,257 373 0 1,238 114 0 19
Mississippi 743 0 90 737 0 90 6 0 0

Missouri
1,118 108 625 1,042 108 625 76 0 0
Montana 296 410 48 296 410 48 0 0 0
Nebraska 367 92 0 367 92 0 0 0 0
Nevada 512 0 0 480 0 0 32 0 0
New Hampshire 104 150 171 103 133 154 1 17 17

New Jersey
692 1,025 32 647 984 32 45 41 0
New Mexico 692 4 73 620 2 61 72 2 12
New York 2,529 1,099 0 2,268 1,038 0 261 61 0
North Carolina5 1,517 50 587 1,399 12 580 118 38 7
North Dakota 171 83 0 171 83 0 0 0 0

Ohio
1,761 389 551 1,487 371 551 274 18 0
Oklahoma 1,208 45 0 1,152 44 0 56 1 0
Oregon 518 40 0 498 32 0 20 8 0
Pennsylvania 1,238 468 684 1,089 451 684 149 17 0
Rhode Island6 138 39 55 106 36 54 32 3 1

South Carolina
632 2 0 598 2 0 34 0 0
South Dakota 219 63 302 219 63 302 0 0 0
Tennessee7 1,242 5 238 1,129 5 237 113 0 1
Texas 6,205 87 1,126 5,448 52 1,089 757 35 37
Utah2 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

Vermont5
189 33 24 189 33 24 0 0 0
Virginia 695 70 0 694 70 0 1 0 0
Washington 830 165 588 826 160 588 4 5 0
West Virginia8 336 0 0 336 0 0 0 0 0
Wisconsin9 896 218 402 841 205 345 55 13 57
Wyoming 115 50 42 113 48 42 2 2 0

Bureau of Indian
   Education
174 0 0 174 0 0 0 0 0

Other jurisdictions
                 
Puerto Rico 832 0 0 830 0 0 2 0 0
---Not available.
1Title I status is missing or not reported for 10 public schools in the state.
2Title I status is missing for all schools in the state.
3Title I status is missing or not reported for 45 public schools in the state.
4Title I status is missing or not reported for 5 public schools in the state.
5Title I status is missing or not reported for 1 public school in the state.
6Title I status is missing or not reported for 7 public schools in the state.
7Title I status is missing or not reported for 35 public schools in the state.
8Title I status is missing or not reported for 3 public schools in the state.
9Title I status is missing or not reported for 102 public schools in the state.
NOTE: Schoolwide programs and targeted assistance programs are mutually exclusive categories—schools with Title I schoolwide programs cannot also provide targeted assistance programs, and vice versa. Title I, Part A grant allocations to state education agencies (SEAs) and local education agencies (LEAs) are based primarily on annually updated LEA poverty estimates produced by the U.S. Census Bureau, and within-LEA allocations to schools are based on school poverty rates. The data report participation in Title I, Part A programs and may not match eligibility for Title I, Part A due to rules governing within-LEA allocations and state and district flexibility for allocating Title I, Part A funds. These rules also mean that Title I per-pupil allocations for schools vary across schools within LEAs, across LEAs within a state, and across states. Schools' eligibility for Title I funds and within-LEA allocations are determined by the Within-District Allocations Under Title I, Part A of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. For more information, see https://oese.ed.gov/files/2022/02/Within-district-allocations-FINAL.pdf. Caution should be used when comparing 2020-21 state estimates to those of prior years due to the impact that the coronavirus pandemic had on reporting Title I programs.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Common Core of Data (CCD), "Public Elementary/Secondary School Universe Survey," 2020-21. (This table was prepared June 2023.)

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