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Following are estimates of the portion each state would receive of the $1.1 billion to be spent in fiscal 1999 under President Clinton's proposal for shrinking class sizes in the primary grades:

Alabama $18.8 million
Alaska 2.6
Arizona 16.9
Arkansas 11.3
California 123.8
Colorado 10.5
Connecticut 10.2
Delaware 2.7
Florida 49.9
Georgia 29.0
Hawaii 3.0
Idaho 3.3
Illinois 48.5
Indiana 17.0
Iowa 7.8
Kansas 8.2
Kentucky 19.0
Louisiana 28.5
Maine 4.3
Maryland 14.8
Massachusetts 21.8
Michigan 48.7
Minnesota 12.9
Mississippi 18.6
Missouri 18.8
Montana 3.6
Nebraska 4.7
Nevada 3.3
New Hampshire 2.7
New Jersey 24.1
New Mexico 9.3
New York 101.2
North Carolina 20.7
North Dakota 2.7
Ohio 44.7
Oklahoma 12.9
Oregon 10.2
Pennsylvania 49.4
Rhode Island 3.7
South Carolina 14.0
South Dakota 2.9
Tennessee 19.2
Texas 94.1
Utah 4.9
Vermont 2.6
Virginia 16.4
Washington 16.2
West Virginia 10.9
Wisconsin 18.7
Wyoming 2.4
District of Columbia 3.2
Puerto Rico 39.2

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education.

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