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Title I Grants by State

April 30, 1997 1 min read

Below are Title I allocations for the 1997-98 school year. Funding will shift because of a federal decision to base grants on newly estimated child-poverty data from the U.S. Bureau of the Census.

1996-97
Grant
1997-98
Grant
Percent
Change
(in thousands)
Alabama $123,587 $119,238 -3.52%
Alaska 14,7671 6,935 14.68%
Arizona 96,884 112,825 16.45%
Arkansas 73,880 71,369 -3.40%
California 718,895 820,146 14.08%
Colorado 65,436 69,112 5.62%
Connecticut 51,795 67,008 29.37%
Delaware 15,781 17,722 12.30%
District of Columbia 19,946 20,531 2.93%
Florida 276,156 328,272 18.87%
Georgia 167,491 191,890 14.57%
Hawaii 19,147 20,056 4.74%
Idaho 21,592 20,771 -3.80%
Illinois 318,069 317,005 -0.33%
Indiana 107,837 108,582 0.69%
Iowa 50,646 47,496 -6.22%
Kansas 51,973 53,515 2.97%
Kentucky 123,215 122,439 -0.63%
Louisiana 186,947 180,995 -3.18%
Maine 25,260 28,085 11.18%
Maryland 85,552 97,404 13.85%
Massachusetts 119,705 142,983 19.45%
Michigan 301,328 320,935 6.51%
Minnesota 81,129 86,131 6.17%
Mississippi 122,733 117,975 -3.88%
Missouri 113,469 123,376 8.73%
Montana 24,890 23,922 -3.89%
Nebraska 30,504 29,665 -2.75%
Nevada 18,391 21,880 18.97%
New Hampshire 15,774 16,730 6.06%
New Jersey 138,215 158,037 14.34%
New Mexico 58,410 61,958 6.07%
New York 605,121 665,779 10.02%
North Carolina 129,097 135,634 5.06%
North Dakota 16,648 17,552 5.43%
Ohio 297,224 293,361 -1.30%
Oklahoma 82,401 84,351 2.37%
Oregon 66,217 66,692 0.72%
Pennsylvania 301,175 322,924 7.22%
Puerto Rico 249,545 245,437 -1.65%
Rhode Island 20,773 24,174 16.37%
South Carolina 90,762 89,985 -0.86%
South Dakota 18,687 18,802 0.62%
Tennessee 120,849 126,583 4.74%
Texas 571,097 622,722 9.04%
Utah 32,272 31,193 -3.34%
Vermont 14,806 16,306 10.14%
Virginia 99,658 108,448 8.82%
Washington 97,894 107,698 10.02%
West Virginia 69,048 70,013 1.40%
Wisconsin 121,419 120,518 -0.74%
Wyoming 15,454 15,507 0.34%

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education.

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