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Characteristics of the 100 Largest Public Elementary and secondary School Districts in the United States: 2000-2001
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Table 13.-Number and percentage of public elementary and secondary schools and students participating in Title I schools and programs in the 100 largest districts in the United States and jurisdictions: School year 2000-01 - Part 1  ||  Part 2
Name of
reporting
district
State
Number
of Title I
eligible
schools1
Per-
centage
of Title I
eligible
schools
Per-
centage
of students
in Title I
eligible
schools
Per-
centage
of schools
reporting
Title I data
Number
of Title I
school-
wide
programs
Per-
centage
of Title I
school-
wide
programs
Per-
centage
of students
in Title I
school-
wide
programs
Per-
centage
of schools
reporting
school-
wide
data
New York City
Public Schools
NY
816 67.3 63.2 97.2
Los Angeles Unified
CA
474 71.9 77.3 100.0 279 42.3 51.2 100.0
Puerto Rico Department of Education
PR
1,462 94.8 95.2 100.0 1,295 83.9 84.7 100.0
City of Chicago School District
IL
Dade County School District
FL
167 46.9 43.0 100.0 167 46.9 43.0 100.0
 
Broward County School District
FL
79 32.5 29.7 100.0 79 32.5 29.7 100.0
Clark County School District
NV
43 16.6 15.7 100.0 37 14.3 14.0 100.0
Houston Independent School District
TX
193 66.8 58.9 96.9 193 66.8 58.9 96.9
Philadelphia City School District
PA
261 100.0 100.0 100.0 224 85.8 83.1 100.0
Hawaii Department of Education
HI
123 47.1 40.2 100.0 111 42.5 36.4 100.0
 
Hillsborough County School District
FL
79 37.6 31.8 100.0 79 37.6 31.8 100.0
Detroit City School District
MI
Dallas Independent School District
TX
190 86.0 94.6 96.8 188 85.1 93.9 96.8
Fairfax County Public Schools
VA
35 17.9 13.3 99.0 11 5.6 4.2 99.0
Palm Beach County School District
FL
50 28.2 24.5 100.0 50 28.2 24.5 100.0
 
Orange County School District
FL
71 40.8 35.1 100.0 71 40.8 35.1 100.0
San Diego City Unified
CA
121 67.2 71.3 100.0 73 40.6 44.4 100.0
Montgomery County Public Schools
MD
25 13.0 10.0 100.0 12 6.3 5.1 100.0
Prince Georges County Public Schools
MD
63 32.5 27.7 100.0 63 32.5 27.7 100.0
Duval County School District
FL
72 40.2 29.1 100.0 72 40.2 29.1 100.0
 
Memphis City School District
TN
Pinellas County School District
FL
38 23.2 22.2 100.0 38 23.2 22.2 100.0
Gwinnett County School District
GA
16 18.8 17.9 100.0 6 7.1 6.7 100.0
Baltimore County Public Schools
MD
35 20.7 17.5 100.0 30 17.8 15.0 100.0
Charlotte-
Mecklenburg Schools
NC
12 8.9 6.1 100.0 12 8.9 6.1 100.0
 
Baltimore City Public School System
MD
139 76.0 66.2 100.0 133 72.7 64.2 100.0
Wake County Schools
NC
114 95.0 97.3 96.7 37 30.8 22.1 96.7
Milwaukee School District
WI
152 73.8 92.8 100.0 143 69.4 85.9 100.0
Jefferson (KY) County
KY
79 45.4 45.6 100.0 79 45.4 45.6 100.0
De Kalb County School District
GA
54 43.9 35.8 100.0 21 17.1 14.1 100.0
 
Cobb County School District
GA
19 20.2 12.5 100.0 18 19.1 11.6 100.0
Long Beach Unified
CA
70 78.7 69.2 100.0 59 66.3 59.2 100.0
Jefferson (CO) County
CO
60 37.3 32.5 97.5 11 6.8 6.0 100.0
Albuquerque Public Schools
NM
57 43.5 33.4 100.0 40 30.5 24.5 100.0
Fort Worth Independent School District
TX
63 44.7 50.0 86.5 63 44.7 50.0 86.5
 
Polk County School District
FL
42 30.7 29.4 100.0 42 30.7 29.4 100.0
Fresno Unified
CA
82 82.8 89.4 100.0 58 58.6 62.1 100.0
Austin Independent School District
TX
56 51.4 45.8 91.7 56 51.4 45.8 91.7
Orleans Parish School Board
LA
79 61.7 57.7 100.0 79 61.7 57.7 100.0
Virginia Beach City Public Schools
VA
10 11.9 8.8 100.0 3 3.6 2.8 100.0
 
Cleveland City School District
OH
118 94.4 94.4 100.0 99 79.2 77.3 100.0
Anne Arundel County Public Schools
MD
18 15.1 9.4 100.0 18 15.1 9.4 100.0
Mesa Unified District
AZ
Jordan School District
UT
12 14.8 9.8 100.0 7 8.6 5.6 100.0
Granite School District
UT
17 17.3 16.3 100.0 17 17.3 16.3 100.0
 
Denver County
CO
74 57.4 59.7 98.4 23 17.8 17.0 100.0
Brevard County School District
FL
33 30.6 30.7 100.0 28 25.9 25.5 100.0
District of Columbia Public Schools
DC
113 68.5 73.6 100.0 113 68.5 73.6 100.0
Fulton County School District
GA
24 33.8 25.9 100.0 20 28.2 22.6 100.0
Nashville-
Davidson
County School
District
TN
 
Mobile County School District
AL
78 78.0 78.1 100.0 66 66.0 64.2 100.0
Columbus City School District
OH
127 87.0 82.3 100.0 120 82.2 77.5 100.0
Northside Independent School District
TX
27 32.1 32.3 96.4 26 31.0 31.5 96.4
Cypress-
Fairbanks
Independent
School District
TX
16 29.6 22.7 92.6 9 16.7 13.2 92.6
Guilford County Schools
NC
43 43.9 30.1 94.9 43 43.9 30.1 94.9
 
Boston School District
MA
124 94.7 91.3 100.0 124 94.7 91.3 100.0
El Paso Independent School District
TX
69 80.2 76.9 96.5 69 80.2 76.9 96.5
Tucson Unified District
AZ
Volusia County School District
FL
40 43.5 39.1 100.0 34 37.0 31.6 100.0
Seminole County School District
FL
20 29.4 28.0 100.0 19 27.9 26.6 100.0
 
—Not available.
† Not applicable.
1Number of Title I eligible schools includes those with and without school-wide Title I programs.
NOTE: The universe for this table includes outlying areas, Bureau of Indian Affairs, and Department of Defense schools.
Title I schools and school-wide programs are defined in the following way on the CCD:
Title I school-A school designated under appropriate state and federal regulations as being high poverty and eligible for participation in programs authorized by Title I of Public Law 103-382.
Title I school-wide program-A program in which all the students in a school are designated under appropriate state and federal regulations as being high poverty and eligible for participation in programs authorized by Title I of Public Law 103-382.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Common Core of Data, "Public Elementary/Secondary School Universe Survey," 2000-01.

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