NCLB/ESEA Title 1 and Other Federal Education Programs

What States and Localities Received

Sources of raw data on what states and localities received for: NCLBA/ESEA Title I, other Title I Programs (including Early/ Reading First) and all formula education programs (including all IDEA programs):

ESEA Title I LEA Allocations - FY 2007

Title I, the largest elementary and secondary education program, supplements State and local funding for low-achieving children, especially in high-poverty schools. The program finances the additional academic support and learning opportunities that are often required to help disadvantaged students progress along with their classmates.

The ESEA Title I LEA Allocations - FY 2007 tables, which are organized by state, show each LEA's:

  • Federal FY 2007 Title I allocation
  • 20% reservation for choice-related transportation and supplemental educational services
  • Maximum per-child expenditure for supplemental educational services

Please note that the data on these tables are for information purposes only and do not constitute any binding agreement on behalf of the U.S. Department of Education.

Fiscal Year 2001-2009 State Tables for the U.S. Department of Education

State tables (last updated 03/06/08) are available showing allocations for FY 2001 through FY 2008 enacted appropriations and the FY 2009 President's Budget Request. Funds included in the State tables are from programs that allocate funds to States using a statutory formula. The totals do not reflect all Department of Education funds that flow to a State. States and other entities may also receive funds from grants that are awarded on a competitive basis. These tables also include for each State financial support from selected student aid programs that provide funds to the postsecondary institution that a student attends. Also shown for each State is the dollar amount of new federally supported loans made to students attending postsecondary institutions located in the State.

These tables show final FY 2008 allocations, and related adjustments to FY 2009 estimates, for Education for Homeless Children and Youth State Grants as well as the following ESEA/No Child Left Behind (NCLB) programs:

  • Title I Grants to Local Educational Agencies
  • Reading First State Grants
  • Even Start State Grants
  • State Agency Program-Migrant Education
  • State Agency Program-Neglected and Delinquent
  • Comprehensive School Reform (Title I)
  • Improving Teacher Quality State Grants
  • Mathematics and Science Partnerships
  • 21st Century Community Learning Centers
  • Educational Technology State Grants
  • State Grants for Innovative Programs
  • State Assessments
  • Comprehensive School Reform (Fund for the Improvement of Education)
  • Safe and Drug Free Schools and Communities State Grants
  • State Grants for Community Service for Expelled of Suspended Students
  • English Language Acquisition State Grants
  • Final FY 2003 allocations for the two Rural Education programs are expected to be available his summer.

State Funding History Tables: FY 1980 - FY 2000

These historical tables show State funding under formula-allocated and selected student aid programs administered by the Department. The data on these tables are for information purposes only and do not constitute any binding agreement on behalf of the U.S. Department of Education.

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