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Title: Consolidated program information report (CPIR)
Series Title: Research report
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Physical Description: v. : ; 28 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Florida -- Dept. of Education
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Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: May 1972
Publication Date: 1970 -
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Table of Contents
    Title Page
        Title Page 1
        Title Page 2
    General overview
        Page 1
    History of CPIR
        Page 2
    Purpose of CPIR
        Page 3
        Page 4
    Organization of CPIR form
        Page 5
    Federally-aided programs
        Page 6
    Pupil population groups
        Page 7
        Page 8
        Page 9
    Table I-A: Estimated number of pupils participating in ten selected services and activities during the regular school term - 1970-71: Children from low-income families
        Page 10
    Table I-B: Estimated number of pupils participating in ten selected services and activities during the regular school term - 1970-71: Handicapped children
        Page 11
    Table I-C: Estimated number of pupils participating in ten selected services and activities during the regular school term - 1970-71: Migrant children
        Page 12
    Table I-D: Estimated number of pupils participating in ten selected services and activities during the regular school term - 1970-71: General population
        Page 13
    Table I-E: Estimated number of pupils participating in ten selected services and activities during the regular school term - 1970-71: Adult education
        Page 14
    Table I-F: Estimated number of pupils participating in ten selected services and activities during the regular school term - 1970-71: All eight target groups combined
        Page 15
    Table II: Percent of state total federal funds and percent of state total enrollment in each district
        Page 16
    Table III: Inservice training
        Page 17
        Page 18
        Page 19
    Table IV-A: Estimated expenditures for ten selected services and activities - FY 1971: Children from low-income families
        Page 20
        Page 21
    Table IV-B: Estimated expenditures for ten selected services and activities - FY 1971: Handicapped children
        Page 22
        Page 23
    Table IV-C: Estimated expenditures for ten selected services and activities - FY 1971: Migrant children
        Page 24
        Page 25
    Table IV-D: Estimated expenditures for ten selected services and activities - FY 1971: General elementary and secondary children
        Page 26
        Page 27
    Table IV-E: Estimated expenditures for ten selected services and activities - FY 1971: Adult education
        Page 28
        Page 29
    Table IV-F: Estimated expenditures for ten selected services and activities - FY 1971: All eight target groups combined
        Page 30
        Page 31
    Table V: Estimated expenditures by source of funds - FY 1971
        Page 32
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        Page 34
Full Text


ARH

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REPORT


REPORT 98

/May 1972


BUREAU OF RESEARCH
DIVISION OF ELEMENTARY & SECONDARY EDUCATION




CONSOLIDATED PROGRAM
INFORMATION REPORT (CPIR)








FLORIDA SCHOOL DISTRICTS 1970-71


DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA
FLOYD T. CHRISTIAN, COMMISSIONER


-- I II IC I






























Research Report 98 is a summary of selected data
on federally-assisted programs in Florida prepared
by the Bureau of Research, Division of Elementary
and Secondary Education of the Florida Department
of Education. This is the third research report
using the C.P.I.R. as a data source. Basic content
of this report was compiled and written by
Ed R. Allen, Jr., Research Associate. (1000)












CONSOLIDATED PROGRAM INFORMATION REPORT (CPIR):


FLORIDA SCHOOL DISTRICTS, 1970-71



GENERAL OVERVIEW


Until recently, Federal aid to education has consisted of a relatively
small percent of the total funds spent on education. However, within the past
two decades, a massive outpouring of Federal money into state and local school
systems has radically changed the picture of school funding. Even this large
investment of Federal funds amounts to a relatively small percent of total
education expenditures. These increased funds have helped to alleviate many
problems, but have also created some problems.

Federal support of educational programs has brought with it certain
restrictions and requirements. Probably one of the most important and elusive
of these "strings" has been the requirement for program evaluation. The program
outcomes evidenced in the evaluations can determine whether or not the program
is to receive continued funding.

An evaluation of any worth is highly dependent upon the availability of
significant information. A group of educators and researchers, once known as
the Belmont Group, is working towards this end. The Belmont Group or Joint
Federal/State Task Force on Evaluation (Task Force) is a national effort to
better effect the evaluation of federally funded programs. Florida has
participated directly in the Task Force since its inception.

Until recently the U. S. Office of Education has had access only to
scattered and fragmented data on federally funded programs. Information sources
included project application forms, project reports, state program reports,
national evaluation studies for Titles I, II, and III of ESEA, and statistical
reports from state and local agencies on individual programs.

Thus, the information received by the U. S. Office of Education contained
serious gaps, many duplications, and no unified system of evaluation. This
information inadequacy has left the U. S. Office of Education with no way to
determine the best directions for future funding on the basis of educational
outcomes.

In August of 1968, the U. S. Office of Education suggested to the Council
of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) that there was a definite need for:

(1) A consolidated statistical reporting system;
(2) A comprehensive evaluation system; and
(3) Staff development programs in evaluation in federal,
state, and local jurisdictions.










The CCSSO was in full agreement with the U. S. Office of Education and a
cooperative venture between the states and the U. S. Office of Education was
created. The initial meeting of representatives of 17 states and a U. S.
Office of Education task force was held in January 1969, at Belmont House,
Maryland, hence the name Belmont Group.

The agreement between the CCSSO and the U. S. Office of Education called
for the cooperative development of a new comprehensive system to evaluate
federally supported elementary and secondary education programs. The major
components of this agreement were:

(1) Develop and install a common survey system designed to meet
the basic and common management information requirements of
both the U. S. Office of Education and the State education
agencies;
(2) Develop and install a long range program of collecting and
using general and evaluative information on K-12; and
(3) Develop and install pilot training programs for evaluation
personnel in federal, state, and local education agencies.

The Task Force personnel in USOE are currently under the National Center
for Educational Statistics (NCES) and all Task Force operations come under
the indirect control of NCES.


HISTORY OF CPIR


The Consolidated Program Information Report, better known as the CPIR,
came into being as a result of the efforts of the Belmont Subcommittee deal-
ing with the consolidation and improvement of the reporting of statistical
information required by several bureaus in the U. S. Office of Education.
Prior to the fall of 1969, the acts covering ESEA Titles I, II, III, V, VI,
VII, VIII, NDEA III, NDEA V-A, Civil Rights Act Title IV, Follow Through,
Vocational Education Acts, Adult Basic Education, and Educational Professions
Development Act required at least 18 separate reports for the U. S. Office
of Education. These reports were required at various times of the year and
often called for duplicated information. Some report items were included
because they provided interesting or unusual information, but had little
utilization for decision making.

Historically, as new legislation was created to aid education, a new
set of reports was created to serve that specific legislative act or title.
The U. S. Office of Education and State Education Agencies personnel began to
seek means of improving the reporting of information to the U. S. Office of
Education. These improvements would be intended to reduce the frequency of
and duplication of reporting by the local education agencies and to provide
some reasonable consistency in the definitions of items which are reported.

Attention was focused upon the reporting problem at the first Belmont
meeting in January 1969. A rough draft of a consolidated statistical report-
ing form was discussed and revised by the participants of that meeting.
During the following six months, Belmont members modified several drafts of
a reporting form that would consolidate information reporting for most of
the above legislation. A final form was approved, field tested, and finalized
by early summer.









After the first CPIR's were returned, the data were analyzed (1) to
provide information to be included in the U. S. Office of Education report
to Congress, and (2) to determine what revisions in the form were needed to
provide all the required information in the most efficient format. The
form was revised and field tested in the spring of 1970.


PURPOSE OF CPIR


It is intended that the design of the CPIR be such that it will serve
three broad purposes:*

"(1) To permit State and Federal program officers to determine the
extent to which programs and services under their jurisdiction
reach schools and pupils as intended.
(2) To assess the elements of program/service effectiveness and
efficiency at the local level.
(3) To satisfy statistical reporting needs as required of those
utilizing Federal funds."

In fulfilling the above purposes the CPIR and its analysis will have
the ability to yield feedback to Federal, state, and local agencies. It
will provide the capability for direct output of summary and raw data which
have been previously unavailable to local and state education agencies in
time or format to be of greatest benefit. It is expected that the avail-
ability of this information will increase the capability of program managers/
directors to monitor and improve the program activities for which they are
responsible.

Among the data that are collected by this instrument are:

(a) Identification of the number of children, by target group,
needing services and number benefiting from the programs
and services;
(b) Staffing patterns by programs and services;
(c) In-service education by source of funding;
(d) Dollars expended by source of funding; and
(e) Services and activities provided by these funds.

The instrument provides a coordinated look at the various Federal funding
programs in local school districts. The 1970 CPIR has been completed and
analyzed. The 1971 CPIR is being analyzed. The 1972 form will be completed
and distributed by midsummer of 1972.

It should be kept in mind that the CPIR is constantly updated and
continuous feedback from state and local education agencies to the U. S. Office
of Education is being utilized to develop a better instrument.





*Joint Federal/State Task Force on Evaluation. "Comprehensive Evaluation
System," U. S. Office of Education, January, 1970.










Preliminary Data Analysis


The data reported in the following tables represent the exact information
reported to the U. S. Office of Education by the reporting school districts.
The Bureau of Research performed some computations and summaries based on the
reports submitted by the school districts. It is likely that, due to the
complexity of the reporting format and lack of clarity in the instructions,
some inaccuracies are present. It is hoped that the school districts will
become accustomed to working with this format so the data will provide good
statistical estimates which can be used to assist program managers in their
future planning efforts.

There may be additional analyses available at some time in the future
as the U. S. Office of Education performs its own data analyses. If these
appear to be useful to school districts, and if they are received within a
reasonable time, additional reports may be published.

All sixty-seven districts submitted CPIRs. Data from Martin County are
not included in this report due to the late arrival of their CPIR.

It should be carefully noted that none of the tables in this report
provide a total picture of the educational program since only services and
activities, and population groups served relate to expenditures of Federal
funds and not to state or local funds. In FY 1971 Federal funds represented
less than 10% of the receipts for education purposes in Florida.

The $84,997,544 estimated Federal expenditures reported here will not
balance with federal receipts and expenditures in the annual financial report
for FY 1971. The reasons for this imbalance are (1) some programs permit
fund carry overs from one fiscal year to the next and (2) the expenditure
data are not accounted for in the districts in the format used in CPIR, thus
many estimates are required.

In this report, the tables reporting pupils served represents direct
services. It is intended to indicate the pupils participating in federally-
assisted programs designed specifically to meet the needs of a particular
target group. This means that many children who might be in more than one
target group are counted only once.

The following information has been abstracted from the CPIR Instruction
Manual to give a better understanding of the scope and content of the CPIR
itself as well as the tables at the end of this report.

"The report form is designed to gather and present data useful in program
planning at the local, state, and federal authorities, and to satisfy the
primary statistical requirements with regard to Federal statutes administered
by the Bureau of Elementary and Secondary Education.









The Federal statutes are:


Elementary and Secondary Education Act Title
Elementary and Secondary Education Act Title
Elementary and Secondary Education Act Title
Elementary and Secondary Education Act Title
Elementary and Secondary Education Act Title
Elementary and Secondary Education Act Title
Elementary and Secondary Education Act Title
National Defense Education Act Title III
Civil Rights Act Title IV
Follow Through Program


I (Low Income and Institutions)
I (Migrants)
II
III
V (Section 503)
VII
VIII


The following report forms are superseded by the 1971 CPIR:

G EB 3 \75 Annual Statistical Report of Title I, Program Activities

Q1 FP2 &3215.. Annual Statistical Report of Title I, Program Activities
for Heglected or Delinquent Children Living in Institutions (LEA's)


S~g. SSg AM Annual Report, Elementary and Secondary
Title II, as Amended (Part II Statistical Data)

Q i Z QI A I81 ESEA Title III Statistical Data

Q7i SIL!ej _1342 Annual Report NDEA of 1958, Title III
NFAHA (Part II Statistical Data)

2Si 2B1 AEM& Annual Report NDEA of 1958, Title V-A
Statistical Data)


Education Act,


as Amended and the


as Amended (Part II -


ORGANIZATION OF CPIR FORM


The CPIR Form is constructed in four parts to gather
federally-aided education programs:

P;LM 1 rEi [L& MA iLhark Requests information on the
number of schools in the agency's district, delineated by
grade levels, and services and activities provided.


information about


number of children and
pupil population groups,


r.AiU U ~~fgaiE Requests information on the number of staff members by
activity and pupil populations served, number of staff participating, and dollars
expended on inservice training, by source of funds and type of training.

L&*r 11 dn-XLn Exoenditurea Requests information on the pattern of
expenditures in federally-aided programs with an indication of the cost of the
services or activities provided by Federal program source and pupil population
group served. State and local expenditures by pupil population group served
are also requested.

XI& 1 .Ln-rl2l-n21 .;h! g m nformatiIn Each of the sections of this part
relate to specific programs, i.e., ESEA I, ESEA II, ESEA III, and NDEA III; and
request information supplemental to that requested in Parts I, II, and III.










FEDERALLY-AIDED PROGRAMS


When a reference is made to Federal or federally-aided programs or services
in the 1971 CPIR form or its manual, it means programs or services in the local
school districts that are aided by grants made under the following Federal
statutes:

Tit~e ., ESEA P.L. 89-10: Provides grant funds for special programs for
educationally deprived children.

TitLe 11, ESEA P.L. 89-10: Provides grant funds for school library
resources, textbooks, and other instructional materials.

Title II, ESEA P.L. 89-10: Provides grant funds for supplementary
educational centers and services (or PACE-projects to advance creativity
in education).

Tite ESEA (Se. 503) P.L. 89-10: Provides grant funds to strengthen
state departments of education (10 percent of state entitlement is available
to local education agencies).

TIt !VI. EEA P.L. 89-10: Provides grant funds for education of
handicapped children.

Title VII, EEA P.L. 90-247: Provides grant funds for bilingual education
programs.

Title LUI, EZEA P.L. 90-247: Provides grant funds for dropout prevention
program.

Title 11, NEA P.L 85-864 and Sec. 12, ~EAHA P.L. 89-209: Provides
matching grant funds for strengthening instruction in critical subjects.

Title VJ, BRA SeA. 403-406, P.L. 88-352: Provides grant funds to
facilitate equal education opportunities.

Follow Through EOA P.L. 88-452: Provides grant funds for programs in the
primary grades intended to reinforce gains children make in Head Start and
other similar preschool programs.

Vocational Education Acts: Vocational Education Act of 1963 P.L. 88-210
and its 1968 amendment (exclusive of state vocational education funds)
provides matching grant funds to strengthen vocational educational programs.

Adult Bsic Education P.L. 89-75: Provides matching grant funds to
encourage and expand basic educational programs for adults.

Other Federal Sources: Includes funds from all other Federal sources not
specified above for elementary and secondary education. Examples of other
possible Federal sources are: Department of Agriculture; Department of
Labor; Office of Economic Opportunity; Appalachian Regional Development
Act; and Office of Education programs not listed above.












CRA Civil Rights Act
EPDA Education Professions Development Act
EOA Economic Opportunity Act
ESEA Elementary and Secondary Education Act
NDEA National Defense Education Act
ABE Adult Basic Education
P.L. Public Law


PUPIL POPULATION GROUPS


The pupil population groups used in the report are:

1. Children from low-income areas
2. Handicapped children
3. Nonstandard-English speaking children
4. Migrant children
5. Neglected and delinquent children
6. General elementary/secondary population children
7. Dropouts, potential dropouts, and former dropouts
8. Adult basic education."

The tables in this report are intended to provide only limited basic
data. Much of the information reported is not included in the tables this
year. For example, only part of the information on Staffing (Part II of CPIR)
is in this report.

Table I-A through F show the estimated number of pupils participating in
ten selected services and activities during the regular school year 1970-71
for several target groups. The data for these tables are from Part I-Section C
of 1971 CPIR. The ten selected services and activities are:

Remedial Programs

1. Reading
2. Natural Science and Mathematics

Regular or Enrichment Programs

1. English Language Arts (except Reading)
2. Reading
3. Natural Science and Mathematics
4. Vocational Skills and Attitudes

Pupil Services

1. A-V, Books
2. Guidance and Counseling (Vocational and Other), Testing
3. Health Services
4. Food Services


Abbreiiation Used











A number of other services and activities for which data are available have
not been included due to space limitations. Some of those omitted are: Remedial
Programs in English Language Arts (except Reading), Cultural Areas, and Social
Sciences; Regular or Enrichment Programs in Cultural Areas, and Social Studies;
and Pupil Services Areas such as Attendance and Transportation.

Tables I-A, B, C, and E show the kinds of broad programs and services these
pupils participated in during 1970-71. These are programs specifically designed
to meet specified student needs.

Table I-D provides participation estimates for the pupil category called
General Elementary and Secondary Children which includes school-age children
who cannot be categorized by any of the other pupil target groups such as,
Children From Low-Income Families. The general elementary and secondary children
are those whose needs can be met through regular school programs and services
as distinguished from those needing special services or instruction.

Table I-F totals the children (or adults) from all eight target groups
who participated in the ten selected services and activities. These figures
are the sum of Table I-A, B, C, D, and E plus the participation figures shown
in the remainder of Part I Section C of 1971 CPIR.

The participation data given in Table I-A through E can be compared roughly
with the expenditure data in Table IV-A through E. However, direct comparisons
are not possible since participation is only reported for the regular school
year and expenditures are reported for the entire fiscal year (including summer
school).

Table II allows comparison of federal funds received by a district with
the pupil enrollment in that district for 1969-70 and 1970-71.

Table III provides data by fund source on inservice education-staff
development programs receiving federal support. Information as to number of
participants and amount spent is given for classroom teachers and other professional
educational personnel.

Tables IV-A through E show the estimated expenditures for ten selected
services and activities FY 1971 for several target groups. The ten selected
services and activities in Table IV are the same as those in Table I. The
"Other" category is a combination of expenditures in other direct educative
services, e.g., Remedial English Language Arts (except Reading), and indirect
services such as Research and Administration. The data for Table IV are from
Part III Estimated Expenditures of 1971 CPIR and they represent line totals
from that part. The percent of expenditures in each district for the selected
services and activities is also shown, the percent add to 100% for each district
and for the state. It can be seen that the $7,091,833 of federal funds expended
state-wide for Remedial Reading represent 8.3% of the estimated $84,997,544 of
federal funds expended in Florida in FY 1971.

Each of the tables in Table IV relate to Table I; that is, Table I-A shows
Regular School Year participants for Children from Low-Income Families and
Table IV-A shows estimated expenditures for Children from Low-Income Families
for the entire fiscal year. Each of the other tables in Tables I and IV relate
in the same way as Table I-A and Table IV-A.










MOTE: Direct comparisons cannot be made between Tables I A-F and IV A-F
since Table I shows only regular school year participation and Table IV shows
expenditures over the entire fiscal year (including summer school).

Table V iE. sita lEganWiLA& l AX Su.Rc x&f F.b il EX 1971 shows the
estimated expenditures for each district by source of Federal funds. The
percent of expenditures for each source is also shown for each district and for
the state. As in Tables IV-A through E the percent add to 100% for each
district and for the state. It can be seen that $5,337,118 expended for ESEA
Title I migrant is 6.3% of the estimated $84,997,544 of Federal funds expended
in Florida in FY 1971. The data for this table is from Part III Estimated
Expenditures, of 1971 CPIR and they represent column totals from that part.

The two largest sources of expenditures were ESEA Title I from low-income
and institutionalized children (30.2%) and Other Federal Sources (43.0%). The
"Other Federal" category includes ouch fund sources as: Department of Agriculture;
Department of Labor; Office of Economic Opportunity; and other Office of Education
Programs not listed. It should be noted that S.A.F.A. Programs (P.L. 815 and
873, School Assistance in Federally-Affected Areas) were not intended to be
listed under federal sources, but were to be included as "State and Local" funds.

During FY 1971 expenditures were made from every source of federal
assistance, listed in CPIR, which wras available for public elementary and
secondary education under the jurisdiction of local school boards.






TABLE I-A

ESTIMATED NUMBER OF PUPILS PARTICIPATING IN TEN SELECTED SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES
DURING THE REGULAR SCHOOL TERM .970-71: CHILDREN ~ FOM -INCOME FAMILIES


Regular or Enrichment


pupil Services


Natural Natural Vocational Guidance
Science English Science Skills A-V and
and Math- Language and Math- and Books, Counseling, Health Food
District Reading ematics Arts Reading ematics Attitudes Etc. Testing Services Services
Alachua 1,765 2,154 -
Baker 175 175 9 175
Bay 515 355 100 2,309 2,309 2,309 2,309
Bradford 150 65 27 139 27 -
Brevard 904 904 -
Broward 3,305 -- 3,305 3,305 4,955 1,655 2,810
Calhoun 410 -- 102 656 235 656
Charlotte 103 -157 54 -
Citrus 265
clay 584 54 84 -54- 12 584
Collier 110 110 530 110 -
Columbia 567 -- -161 969- 728 154 281
Dade 224 3,665 3,665 3,505 162 3,665 6,716 3,842 3,260
De Soto 231 231 510
De 180 180 180 180 74
Duval 2,797 1,261 776 1,368 1,368 4,436 3,456 2,754 1,106
Escambia 1,529 102 1,069 3,427 1,253 3,016 750
Flagler 191 191
Franklin 286 219 505 -
adsden 345 241 2.168 2.168 2.168
Gilchrist 105 25 105 -
Glades 136 136 136 136
Gulf 283 283 -
Hamilton 224 224 -- 225 672 672 672 672
Hardee 210 2- 3--40 -
Hendry 132 132 132
Hernando 240 240 -15 240 240
Highlands 399 399 399 74
Hillsborough -8,004 4,093 5,076 8,391 60 14,116
Holmes 949 314 1.014 1.014 1.014 300
Indian River 358 358 358 -
Jackson 540 30 60 1,609
Jefferson 301 215 30 756 236 756 756
Lafayette 93 93 -
Lake 1.084 114 2 8 1--42
Lee 857 857 857-
Leon 10 59 1,604 405 -1,604
Levy -- 344 344 344 88 344 146
Liberty 120 120 120 -
Madison 461 629 691 617
Manatee 748 -252 252 1,000 748 1,000 1,000
Marion 1,160 4,817 1,774 1,207
Martin
Monroe -- 182 348 -
Nassau7 672 672 -
Okaloosa 1,192 -- 625 150 400
Okeechobee 120 120 120 120 120
Orange 1,650
Osceola 460 -
Palm Beach 1.777 3.654 2,080 -
Pasco 718 611 891 380 891 262
Pinellas 2,206 -- 2,110 996 2,290 3,200 2,396
Polk 2,194 2,494 856 -
Putnam 660 660 255 660 660
St. Johns 564 -564 564 564 400
St. Lucie 622 -- 54 844 650 700 300
Santa Rosa 560 71
Sarasota 305 305 229 229 305 71 310
Seminole 2,186 1,074 2,186 3,260 700 700
Sumter 270 36 370 370 390--
Suwannee 795 -- 795 -
Taylor 717 807 450
Union 131 77 131- -
Volusi -
Wakulla 270 3 19 223 962 856
Walton 513 215 63 513 223 92 5
Washington 568 536 564

TOTAL 36,711 8,446 5,641 17,166 8,874 9,240 62,991 50,145 24,993 45,614


Remedial







TABLE I-B

ESTIMATED NUMBER OF PUPILS PARTICIPATING IN TEN SELECTED SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES
DURING THE REGULAR SCHOOL TERM 1970-71: HANDICAPPED CHILDREN


Regular or Enrichment


Puoil Services


Natural Natural Vocational Guidance
Science English Science Skills A-V and
and Math- Language and Math- and Books, Counseling, Health Food
District Reading ematics Arts Reading ematics Attitudes Etc. Testing Services Services
Alachua -
Baker -
Bay 65 65 -65
Bradford -
Brevard---- 100 -
Broward 293 293 -
Calhoun -
Charlotte 15 15 -
Citrus -
Clay -
Collier -
Columbia 567 161 969 728 154 281
Dade 383 93 93 93 123 93
De Soto 105 256
Dixie -- --
Duval 402 484 -96 53
Escambia -
Flagler -
Franklin -
Gadsden --
Gilchrist -
Glades 50
Gulf -
Hamilton 80 240 240 -240
Hardee -
Hendry 57 57
Hernando -
Highlands 90 -90
Hillsborough 432 432
Holmes ----- 10 --10
Indian River 103 186
Jackson 133
Jefferson --
Lafayette -
Lake .
Lee -
Leon 15
Levy 171 6
Liberty -
Madison -
Manatee -
Marion
Martin
Monroe 61 167
Nassau- -
Okaloosa -
Okeechobee -
Orange 65 .70
Osceola -
Palm Beach -- -256 636
Pasco -
Pinellas 2,170 52 2,170 37 2,192
Polk -
Putnam -
St. Johns -
St. Lucie -
Santa Rosa -
Sarasota 339 239 76 76 76 -239
Seminole -
Sumter -
Suwannee -
Taylor -
Union -
Volusia -
Wakulla -
Walton 48 10 58
Washington .- 21 -21

TOTAL 3,906 291 169 76 169 3,721 4,377 1,523 359 3,175


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TABLE I-C

ESTIMATED NUMBER OF PUPILS PARTICIPATING IN TEN SELECTED SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES
DURING THE REGULAR SCHOOL-TERM 1970-71: MIGRANT CHILDREN


Regular or Enrichment


Pupil Services


Natural Natural Vocational Guidance
Science English Science Skills A-V and
and Math- Language and Math- and Books, Counseling, Health Food
District Readine ematics Arts Reading ematics Attitudes Etc. Testing Services Services
Alachua --
Baker -
Bay -
Bradford -
Brevard -- 32 32
Broward 2,357 3,973 3,451 1,573 205 530 330 522 4,013
Calhoun -
Charlotte -
Citrus -
Clay -
Collier 120 70 155 155 145 100 -180 330
Columbia -
Dade 265 474 265
De Soto 25
Dixie -
Duval
Escambia -
Flagler
Franklin -
Gadsden
Gilchrist -
Glades -
Gulf -
Hamilton -
Hardee 188 --59 6
Hendry 32 -32 305
Hernando -
Highlands 130 -120 18 451 120 300
Hillaborough 366 150 216 216
Holmes -
Indian River -
Jackson -
Jefferson -
Lafayette -
Lake 1.520 740
ee 13 335 -335 335
Leon -
Levy -
Liberty -
Madison ,
Manatee 265 130 716 411 575 164 216 141 716
Marion -
Martin
Monroe -
Nassau -
Okaloosa
Okeechobee -571 571 571 60 547 571 571
Orange 467 417 164
Osceola "
alm Beach 2.460 25 600 1948 397
Pasco 173 152 68 412 473 -40 40
Pinellas -
Polk 1,608 1,349 90 -
Putnam 62 -- 2
St. Johns 37 37
St. Lucie 378 378 -
Santa Rosa -40 207
Sarasota 45 32 207 167 207 60 0 20
Seminole 700 700 620
Sumter --
Suwannee -
Taylor -
Union -
Volusia -- -
Wakulla .--- --
Walton -
Washington -


3,004 6,463 8,764


TOTAL 8,298 4,519 5,892 5,868 3,544 1,504 1,130


Remedial


5,892 5,868 3,544


1,504


1,130


8,298 4,519


TOTAL







TABLE I-D

ESTIMATED NUMBER OF PUPILS PARTICIPATING IN TEN SELECTED SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES
DURING THE REGULAR SCHOOL-TERM'- 1970-71:' EN AL PMU


Remedial


Regular or Enrichment


Natural Natural Vocational Guidance
Science English Science Skills A-V and
and Math- Language and Math- and Books, Counseling, Health Food
District Reading ematics Arts Reading ematics Attitudes Etc. Testing Services Services
Alachua 3,494 20,481 -
Baker 833 -3,050 2,209 -
Bay 11,817
Bradford 336 685 -
Brevard 33,886 14.738 60.452 60 452
Broward 31,151 4,200 8,590 108,539 67,338 60,024
Calhoun 377 1,169
Charlotte 594 3,917 -
Citrus 400 3,149 400 3,378
Clay 426 9.018
Collier 255 280 310 310 290 270 6,579 470 355
Columbia 1,241 5,733 -360 1,409
Dade 242 242 371 621 933
De Soto 1,833 -- 98
Dixiee 1,394 1,394 486
Duval 516 738 23,600 4,597 25,671 200
Escambia 2,404 1,819 20,027
Flagler 1,220
Franklin 68 1,240 803
Gadsden 1.415 492 7,800 7,800 7,655
Gilchrist 987 15 1,092
Glades 173 173 755
Gulf -- 81 -107 525 1,563 2,294
Hamilton 1,385 -1,385
Hardee --- 383 969 2,355
Hendry 469 2,640 -2,640
Hernando -100 1,134 3,820 27 146 4,034
Highlands 192 88 4,020 -
Hillsborough 87,270 -87,270
Holmes 416 1.831 1.051 -
Indian River 1,650 6,878
Jackson 15 1,655 6,364
Jefferson 126 1,618 85 1,700 1,700
Lafayette 213 186 585 -
Lake 5.822 4,822 12343 867
Lee 300 625 -9,946
Leon -- 18,033 245 18,033 -6,311
Levy -- 1,469 816 2,942
Liberty 219 826 -
Madison --958 2,958
Manatee 15,082
Marion 278 12,623
Martin
Monroe 2,377 9,363
Nassau -- 6,090--
Okaloosa 2,752 25,527
Okeechobee 2,513 2,513 -- 800 2,513 3,106 -2,513
Orange 397 68,518 -
Osceola 5,390
Palm Beach ---- 36.449 975 -24.157
Pasco 1,114 1,108 11,333 11,333 11,333 1,100 11,333
Pinellas 5,780 5,780 240 80,091 80,091
Polk 400 -- 48,820
Putnam 3,300 1,000 405 9,000 -
St. Johns 6 074 -- 5.700
St. Lucie 1,400 10,019 135 1,010
Santa Rosa 8,865 -
Sarasota 258 258 1,884 18,772 908
Seminole 18,899 2,891
Sumter 782 3.160 3,160
Suwannee -3,405 -3,405 -
Taylor 2,689
Union 327 1,237 -
Volusia 830 4,075 30,086 30,461
Wakulla 624 624 9 97 1.697 1.495 1,697
Walton -- 414 2,848 3,115 1,937
Washington 2.281 2.281 2.281 244 2,484 2.484

TOTAL 14,861 12,029 45,439 81,480 70,947 47,368 880,826 93,466 4,470 418,488


_ rCUV iac-sysV








TABLE I-E

ESTIMATED NUMBER OF PUPILS PARTICIPATING IN TEN SELECTED SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES
DURING THE REGULAR SCHOOL TERM 1970-71: ADULT EDUCATION




Remedial Regular or Enrichment Pupil Services

Natural Natural Vocational Guidance
Science English Science Skills A-V and
and Math- Language and Math- and Books, Counseling, Health Food
District Reading ematics Arts Reading ematics Attitudes Etc.. Testing Services Services
Alachua 150 150
Baker
Bay 40 40 28 28 28 68 68 68 -
Bradford 105 105 446 105 -
Brevard 544 -- -
Broward 1,500 75 250 100 25 297 1,097
Calhoun -
Charlotte "
Citrus 23 -1,227
Clay 44 -
Collier 210 210 -
Columbia -
Dade 2,926 2,926 506 506 506 595 300 1,785 149
De Soto -
Dixie ----
Duval -
Escambia -
Flagler
Franklin -
Gadsden 123 123 -- -
Gilchrist -
Glades -
Gulf -ll -
Hamilton 15 15 -
Hardee --
Hendry -
Hernando 127 86 62 127
Highlands 28 24 -
Hillsborough 2,323 4,446 2,323 9,192 95
Holmes -
Indian River 46 50 -103 103
Jackson -
Jefferson -22 22 22 -
Lafayette -
Lake -107 107 107 -
Lee 190 190 190 190 190
Leon --- 449
Levy 16 16 16 -16
Liberty 36 -
Madison --
Manatee 170 114 170
Marion -
Martin
Monroe 99 99 48 87 147
Nassau 84 -- ----- -
Okaloosa -
Okeechobee
Orange 381 17 214 47 15
Osceola -
Palm Beach 1.633 1.633 494 2 127 494 -
Pasco 26 20 -
Pinellas 3,526 3,526 3,526 3,526 2,100 25 7,301
Polk 1,206 -
Putnam 44 44
St. Johns --- 390 --- ---
St. Lucie -
Santa Rosa 50 50 50 -
Sarasota 324 324 324 33
Seminole -
Sumter -- -- --
Suwannee -
Taylor 66
Union 21 21 -
Volusia -
Wakulla 34 34 -34 -- -
Walton -
Washington -2 82 8282


TOTAL 14,539 9,502 1,322 4,738 4,552 12,405


20,654 277


1,322 4,738 4,552 12,405


5,675


14,539 9,502


TOTAL







TABLE I-F


ESTIMATED NUMBER OF PUPILS PARTICIPATING.IN SELECTED SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES DURING THE
REGULAR SCHOOL TERM 1970-71: AIL ELGiE[ IAR~.GEIT GBQUPS CO1INE


Regular or Enrichment


Pupil Services


Natural Natural Guidance
Science English Science Vocational A-V and
and Math- Language and Math- Skills and Books, Counseling, Health Food
Districts Readine ematics Arts Reading ematics Attitudes Etc. Testing Services Services
Alachua 1,765 3,494 22,246 -
Baker 1,008 1,525 2,384 9 175
Bay 555 395 28 28 28 168 14,259 2,442 2,309 2,374
Bradford -150 65 363 824 27
Brevard 1.448 33,886 14.738 61.488 32 60.484
Broward 7,162 75 4,223 38,007 5,798 9,827 116,552 74,692 2,177 66,847
Calhoun 410 479 656 235 1,825
Charlotte 172 103 594 4,089 54
Citrus 265 400 3,149 400 3,378
Clay 584 584 1,olo 12 9.602
Collier 505 370 485 595 455 370 9,174 125 650 685
Columbia 567 6 6 1,472 6,778 868 514 316
Dade 2,449 242 8,210 7,017 5,888 2,049 186,014 8,939 7,111 3,525
De Soto 231 105 2,488 633
Dixie 180 1.394 1,574 180 180 560
Duval 2,931 1,366 1,292 2,106 24,968 5,361 30,953 4,056 2,850 1,159
Escambia 2,029 2,506 3,388 23,454 1,781 3,016 750
Flagler 191 1,461
Franklin 286 287 1,745 -803
Gadsden 1.883 123 733 9.968 9,968 .9,823
Gilchrist 1,092 265 1,197 -
Glades 136 136 173 309 941
Gulf 283 81 111 107 525 1,846 2,294
Hamilton 239 239 15 351 1,625 1,112 672 2,297
Hardee 210 188 383 1,328 699 6 2,355
Hendry 129 258 161 32 469 3,131 32 3,131
Hernando 240 480 100 1,149 4,060 27 146 4,274
Highlands 749 641 133 266 133 108 4,649 940 120 374
Hillsborough 432 8,370 4,243 93,879 11,789 276 101,386
Holmes 949 949 730 314 2,855 2,065 1,014 310
Indian River 358 358 1,753 7,236 186 -
Jackson 555 30 -- 1,655 6,364 60 1,770
Jefferson 301 126 1,833 115 2,456 236 756 2,456
Lafayette 306 186 678 -
Lake 1,084 1.634 5.929 107 929 12.343 1,142 740 867
Lee 857 13 635 -300 335 1,482 1,192 10,281
Leon 18,043 304 19,637 405 7,930
Levy 688 2,765 344 1,248 3,457 152
Liberty 120 240 120 219 946 -
Madison 461 -- 3.587 691 3,575
Manatee 1,013 130 968 411 827 164 16,798 964 1,141 1,715
Marion 1,438 17,440 1,774 1,207
Martin
Monroe 85 2,620 9,963 -
Nassau 756 6,762 --
Okaloosa 1,192 2,752 25,527 625 150 400
Okeechobee 2,633 2,633 571 571 571 360 3,204 3,773 571 3,204
Orange 346 13 1,040 68,612 3,424 417 164
Osceola 5,850 -
Palm Beach 7.647 1.633 744 46,718 4.149 1.948 24.554
Pasco 2,005 1,871 11,401 11,745 11,806 1,100 12,655 380 931 302
Pinellas 11,426 7,082 1,500 3,610 3,506 82,418 3,410 84,679
Polk 4,332 1,349 4,047 4,047 1,349 90 53,322 856 -
Putnam 722 660 3,300 1,000 660 9,722 29 689
St. Johns 564 564 37 6.914 564 564 6,137
St. Lucie 1,000 378 1,454 11,241 785 700 378
Santa Rosa 1,112 8,865 277 -
Sarasota 1,013 1,000 770 1,117 770 1,884 19,583 1,232 143 517
Seminole 2,186 1,074 21,705 6,771 1,320 1,320
Sumter 540 72 740 740 782 3 550 3 160
Suwannee 1,590 3,405 4,200 -
Taylor 1,431 -- 3,532 450
Union 131 77 327 1,368
Volusia 830 4,075 30,086 31,429
Wakulla 928 658 97 1.926 1.495 1.697
Walton 513 260 619 3,472 3,401 972 2,914
Washington 568 2.363 2.363 2.363 3 020 21 2.484 3.069

TOTAL 74,993 31,140 66,863 116,731 83,934 66,012 1,148,067 158,586 37,855 474,332


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TABLE II

PERCENT OF STATE TOTAL FEDERAL FUNDS AND
PERCENT OF STATE TOTAL ENROLLMENT IN EACH DISTRICT


An interesting feature of the CPIR is that it provides an overall picture of the distribution of federal
fund expenditures by school districts within the state. Column A indicates the percent of the state total
federal funds expended by each school district and column B gives the percent of the total state pupil
enrollment found in each school district for 1969-70. Columns C and D indicate percent of state total
federal funds expended and percent of enrollment for 1970-71. A comparison of the columns indicates
distribution of expenditures of federal funds in proportion to student population for the two school years.
Column E provides enrollment data for 1970-71.

-A- -B- -C- -D- -E-


District
Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton


I


I


Z


TOTAL 100.00% 100.00. 100.00% 100.00% 1,577,413

*Did not participate in this survey or reported too late to be included.


Percent of State
Total Federal
Funds in
Each District
1969-70
1.31%
*
.95
.25
2.22
5.77
.48
.20
.36
.37
1.08
.69
38.90
.17
.19
3.89
2.12
*
.21
1.06
.07
.11
.16
.28
.38
.19
.46
.30
9.58
.30
.17
.64
.33
*
.78
1.24
1.07
.18
.15
.39
1.58
1.24
*
.23
.25
1.18
.16
2.87
.15
2.47
.72
2.93
2.63
.45
.26
.42
.41
1.11
.99
.27
*

.09
1.13
.43
.58
&s


Percent of
State Total
Enrollment in
Each District
1969-70
1.50%
.17
1.27
.26
4.42
8.11
.14
.27
.25
.65
.65
.47
16.61
.21
.11
8.73
3.28
.08
.12
.75
.07
.06
.20
.16
,27
.23
.28
.47
7.52
.19
.59
.57
.19
.05
1.07
1.46
1.39
.23
.06
.25
1.17
1.18
.43
.75
.41
1.84
.24
5.87
.40
4.74
.85
5.67
3.89
.66
.48
.82
.65
1.35
1.48
.26
.29
.27
.09
2.25
.12
.28
720


Percent of State
Total Federal
Funds in
Each District
1970-71
1.28%
.19
1.42
.26
1.88
7.65
.56
.23
.27
.33
.97
.74
20.17
.18
.07
6.13
1.98
.16
.21
1.47
.07
.17
.22
.23
.34
.23
.54
.36
12.88
.37
.46
.62
.54
.04
.81
.71
1.66
.19
.26
.73
1.66
1.02
*
.30
-26
.90
.19
2.88
.14
4.85
.62
5.92
3.64
.88
.64
1.03
.27
1.38
1.32
.43
.28
.44
.10
1.94
.34
.52
-47


I


Percent of
State Total
Enrollment in
Each District
1970-71
1.51%
.18
1.27
.26
4.27
8.13
.15
.29
.27
.69
.72
.48
16.45
.21
.11
8.28
3.24
.08
.12
.67
.08
.07
.20
.16
.27
.23
.31
.46
7.29
.21
.57
.56
.17
.05
1.11
1.48
1.42
.24
.07
.25
1.18
1.24
.45
.75
.42
1.87
.25
5.90
.44
4.72
.94
5.86
3.93
.69
.49
.78
.70
1.40
1.60
.26
.29
.26
.10
2.28
.13
.28
91


I-


--


--


a gton


Enrollment
K-12
1970-71
23,836
2,793
20,083
4,143
67,332
128,288
2,362
4,631
4,340
10o,889
11,345
7,541
259,452
3,347
1.732
130,680
51,192
1,220
1,968
10.545
1,192
1,155
3,181
2,500
4.202
3,657
4,894
7,274
115,045
3.254
9,068
8,765
2,680
744
17.478
23,350
22,376
3,787
1,026
3.958
18,585
19,625
7,157
11,878
6,570
29,570
3,920
93,131
6,871
74,380
14,902
92,415
61,939
10,917
7.687
12,235
11,012
22,118
25,198
4.052
4,531
4,173
1,538
35,923
2.013
4,402
3.366


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TABLE III

INSERVICE TRAINING


Teachers


ESEA III


Other
Professionals


District Number Amount Number Amount Number Amount Number Amount Number Amount
Alachua $ $ 128 $ 4,254 $ 49 $ 40,000
Baker 2 1,287 -
Bay -
Bradford -
Brevard 23 15.000 --.-
Broward 84 1,634 -120 2,700 -
Calhoun -
Charlotte 11 13,883 -
Citrus -
Clay -
Collier 340 2,250 -
Columbia 12 636 2 106 -
Dade 357 11,051 31 1,004 8 1,150 2,126 114,242
De Soto -
Dixie 4 -294 --
Duval 173 89,939 29 9,682 57 4,405 1 78
Escambia 38 3,013 30 3,288 171 2,000
Flagler -
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist 41 16,259 -
Glades
Gulf 5 380 10 452 -
Hamilton -- 100 4,050 -
Hardee- 11 12.621 ----
Hendry -- 6 6,310 -
Hernando -
Highlands 77 6,934 -
Hillsborough -
Holmes
Indian River -- 45 3,000 -
Jackson 10 2,555 4 1,680 -
Jefferson -
Lafayette -
Lake 37 5.793 -
Lee 166 875 --
Leon .- 34 5,166
Levy 3 835 -
Liberty -
Madison -
Manatee 10 2,280 23 2,196 -
Marion -- 205 108,746 -
Martin
Monroe -
Nassau 12 8.226 -
Okaloosa 65 5,200 -
Okeechobee -
Orange 71 4,389 -46 4283 9 556 -
Osceola -
Palm Beach 127 16.629 19 2.150 110 33 63-- -
Pasco 36 720 -
Pinellas 233 111,540 48 15,290
Polk 179 28,700 4 1,018
Putnam -
St. Johns 2 136 97 2.951 -
St. Lucie -
Santa Rosa -
Sarasota -- -14 586 -
Seminole 39 1,912 3 865 -
Sumter- "---- --
Suwannee -
Taylor 12 1,000 25 7,926 --
Union 70 2,696 7 254 -
Volusia 28 741 16 635 267 25,308 114 2,080
Wakulla -
Walton -
Washin2ton -

TOTAL 2,105 $317,321 157 $21,576 1,664 $283,957 131 $2,968 2,179 $155,260


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ESEA I


Teachers


Other
Professionals


CRA IV


Teachers






TABLE III

INSERVICE TRAINING


Vocational & Adult
Basic Education


Other
Professionals


Teachers


Other
Professionals


Teachers


Other
Professionals


District Number Amount Number Amount Number Amount Number Amount Number Amount
Alachua $ $ $ $
Baker -
Bay 10 3,090 7 2,609
Bradford -
Brevard --
Broward 150 1,000
Calhoun -10 3,090 -
Charlotte -
Citrus -
Clay -- -
Collier- -
Columbia -
Dade 222 22,886 155 32,079 4 233 1 375
De Soto -
Dixie "-5- -
Duval 75 35,755 24 14,150
Escambia -
Flagler -
Franklin -- 10 3,090
Gadsden -
Gilchrist -
Glades -
Gulf 10 3,090 -
Hamilton -
Hardee -
Hendry -
Hernando 13 771
Highlands -
Hillborough 70 4,900 9 17,640
Holmes .10 2.937 ---
Indian River 6 3,170
Jackson 10 757 -
Jefferson 6 1,000 -
Lafayette -
Lake "--- -
Lee 14 3,056
Leon 103 26,458 4 400 78 10,065
Levy -
Liberty-
Madison
Manatee 12 22,692 -
Marion 16 2,500 44 5,147 27 4,925
Martin
Monroe 20 9,331 -
Nassau -
Okaloosa--- 19 2,493
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola -
Palm Beach 1 .180 -
Pasco -
Pinellas 60 1,787
Polk -
Putnam "
St. Johns -
St. Lucie -
Santa Rosa -
Sarasota -99 6,072
Seminole -
Sumter --------
Suwannee -
Taylor -
Union -
Volusia -
Wakulla -- 9 4.264 --
Walton 10 3,090 -
Washington 10 3 090 --

TOTAL 222 $22,886 476 $156,313 15 $3,242 592 $53,791 37 $22,940


CRA IV


E P.D~.A.








TABLE III

INSERVICE TRAINING


Other Federal


Teachers


Total


Other
Professionals


Teachers


Other
Professionals


District Number Amount Number Amount Number Amount Number Amount
Alachua 45 $ 3,940 $ 222 $ 48,194 $ -
Baker 2 1,287 -
Bay 10 3,090 7 2,609
Bradford -
Brevard 23 15 000 -
Broward 354 5,334
Calhoun 10 3,090
Charlotte 11 13,883 -
Citrus -
Clay -
Collier -- 340 2,250
Columbia 12 636 2 106
Dade 595 85,562 64 1,051 3,241 244,084 322 25,549
De Soto -
Dixie 4 294 -
Duval 27 1,784 356 146,033 30 9,760
Escambia 202 10,618 411 15,631 30 3,288
Flagler -- -
Franklin -- 10 3,090
Gadsden -
Gilchrist -- 41 16,259
Glades --
Gulf 25 3,922 -
Hamilton 100 4,050
Hardee 11 12,621 -
Hendry 6 6,310
Hernando 8 1,220 -21 1,991
Highlands 77 6,934 -
Hillsborough -- -70 4,900 9 17,640
Holmes -10 2.937 -
Indian River 90 3,000 141 9,170 -
Jackson 22 8,175 -42 11,487 4 1,680
Jefferson 6 1,000
Lafayette -
Lake 37 5.793 -
Lee 239 13,477 3 300 419 17,408 3 300
Leon 215 41,689 4 400
Levy 3 835
Liberty 5 3,391 -- 5 3,391
Madison -
Manatee 15 6,000 2 665 37 30,972 25 2,861
Marion 17 4,400 282 120,793 27 4,925
Martin
Monroe -- 20 9,331
Nassau 12 8,226 -
Okaloosa -- 84 7,693
Okeechobee -
Orange 117 8,672 9 556
Osceola -
Palm Beach 235 21.225 10 2.000 487 72,297 29 4.150
Pasco 58 1,175 94 1,895
Pinellas -- 341 128,617
Polk 183 29,718
Putnam -
St. Johns 99 3,087
St. Lucie 15 10,240 -15 10,240
Santa Rosa -
Sarasota 113 6,658
Seminole -- -42 2,777
Sumter -
Suwannee -
Taylor 37 8,926
Union 70 2,696 7 254
Volusia 295 26,049 130 2,715
WHkulla 9 4264
Walton 10 3,090
Washington 10 3.090 -

TOTAL 1,573 $174,207 79 $4,016 8,589 $1,140,849 641 $77,628









TABLE IV-A

ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES FOR TEN SELECTED SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES FY 1971:
CHILDREN FROM LOW-INCOME FAMILIES


Regular or Enrichment


Natural
Science and
Mathematics


English
Language
Arts


Reading


Natural
Science and
Mathematics


Vocational
Skills and
Attitudes


Per- Per- Per- Per- Per- Per-
ct Amount cent Amount cent Amount cent Amount cent Amount cent Amount cent
a $ 334,833 54.3% $ $ $ % $ % $ 11,423 1.9%
18,469 12.5 657 0.4 -
103,100 13.1 -
rd 14,300 15.9 6,338 7.0
d 182.572 84.4 -
d 573,119 34.5 -389,538 23.4 28,489 1.7 3,134 0.2
n 68,505 23.9 -
tte 28,645 27.7 -
48,567 76.8 -
25.607 14.4 42.248 23.7 -- -- -
r 78,732 73.0 13,333 12.4 -
ia 113,923 35.9 358 0.1 358 0.1 358 0.1 21,550 6.8
600,000 8.2 100,000 1.4 146,265 2.0 342,302 4.0 100,000 1.4 1,000 *
o -- -- -- --
36 080 63.4 -


116,369
-



15.284
-
4,840
-
3,191
-
-
22,444
-
-
2.000
12,992
9,022
2,300

14-078




14,786
-
-
-


55,.385
-












20,261

79,731
39,492


4.0
-



1.9
-

-



3.9
-
-
25.2
-


0.8
10.8
1.9
0.9
-
3.4
-
-
-
40.8
16.8













6.7
-






7.9
14.8


24,774 0.8
31,528 2.7







-








2.000 0.8
-
-











9,640 1.4
10,951 10.9


32,655 3.7
-
3265 3.7


33,431
9,947














1,685,725
3.000








11,885
-
-


1.1
0.8














32.9
1.2
11.8






-1
-


Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton

Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
LAke
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
9t^I


53,268
26,914







-







1.425
-
-







2,300
-

-









10,951
-
-










32,655
-












2,592









21,276


1.8
2.3







-







0.6
-
-







0.9
-

-









10.9


3.7
-

-


60,449

550
1.,974
-

-

-
2,650

398
2,700
-
77,870
-



5,293
-



2,233
212
-
12.692
6,020



1,316









567,725

17,512


5.2

0.4





3.2

0.9
3.0

1.5
-



2.0
-



0.3
0.2


-0.7
3.8
0.7


627,217
131,188
25,758
58,450
22.601
32,980
15,816
57,123
10,000
42.00Q
29,210
13,200
60,272
-
35.816
12,992
132,074
42,700
19,480
231.316
172,297
-


20,481
-
175,660
-


-


27,758
-
-
2722779
23,061
508,143
231,824
39,529
Q6. T3


St. Johns ,77 -pe
St. Lucie 96,424 20.6 5,800 1.2 -
Santa Rosa -
Sarasota 45,660 15.7 40,768 14.0 14,815 5.1 14,815 5.1
Seminole 194,367 34.4 1,065 0.2
Sumter 19.429 15.3 2 610 2.1 3.269 2.6 5.120 4.0 7.822 6.2 -
Suwannee 197,290 86.1 -
Taylor 50,264 32.1 707 0.5
Union 10,562 23.0 7,456 16.2 2,628 5.7
Volusia 20,401 3.6 -
Wakulla 46.128 83.0 -
Walton 83,040 34.0 44,000 18.0 816 0.3
Washinaton 38,279 22.2 4.900 2.8 59.000 34.2 -

TOTAL $5,826,297 15.2. $923,839 2.47. $358,534 0.9% $2,694,158 7.0% $361,865 0.9% $808,255 2.1%


*Less than .05%


Remedial


Reading


Distri
Alachu
Baker
Bay
Bradfo
Brevar
Brovar
Calhou
Charlo
Citrus
Clay
Collie
Columb
Dade
De Sot
Dixie


21.5
11.2
29.1
42.5
2.8
82.2
11.6
85.6
12.1
40.5
64.6
14.8
66.5

14.7
10.8
28.0
16.0
64.9
56.3
68.3
-
-
56.5

20.0


7,932
166,644



-


1.2









26.0

6.5


~


~


,V ,


7,3


_


~


-


1-t o


--








TABLE IV-A

ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES FOR TEN SELECTED SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES FY 1971:
CHILDREN EEM L -IHCOl S i AMILIrES


Pupil Servigea


Audiovisual
Materials,
Books, etc.


Guidance,
Counseling
& Testing


Health
Services


Food
Services


All
Other
Services


Per- Per- Per- Per- Per-
ict Amount cent Amount cent Amount cent Amount cent Amount cent Amount
ua $ 8,093 1.3% $ 9,408 1.5% $ 56,444 9.1% $ 57,536 9.3% $ 139,199 22.6% $ 616,936
4,155 2.8 1,178 0.8 704 0.5 85,900 58.2 36,607 24.8 147,670
1,309 0.2 8,887 1.1 34,879 4.4 352,452 44.8 205,773 36.3 786,400
ord 1,301 1.4 6,800 7.5 -61,338 68.1 90,077
rd 3.123 1.4 30.727 14.2 216.422
rd 65,184 3.9 21,027 1.3 8,995 0.5 48,843 2.9 525,185 31.6 1,663,514
un 7,100 2.5 11,312 3.9 5,907 2.1 10,611 3.7 183,463 63.9 286,898
otte 7,464 7.2 6,160 6.0 8,106 7.8 53,067 51.3 103,442
s 1,753 2.8 12,928 20.4 63,248
14.149 7.9 30.795 17.3 35.650 20.0 29.641 16,6 178.090


Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmaes
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty


3,445
7,590
147,846
2,512
4.762
38,127
22,876
-
18,077
4.016
403
2,268
460
1,430
-
473
4,147
1,850
3,970
3.565
1,975
7,010
5,604
-
32,709

10,609
746
897


3.2
2.4
2.0
3.9
8.4
1.3
2.0
-
13.2
O.5
1.0
1.7
0.7
1.7
-
1.0
4.7
2.0
0.1
1.5
1.6
1.5
2.1

8.0
-
1.5
0.7
2.5
i


300 0.3
5,358 1.7
11,824 3.1
- -
300 0.5
.9,149 0.7
1,700 5.3
- -

3.080 0.4
- -
7,790 5.7
- -
3,900 4.7
905 0.9
-

800 0.9
10,500 0.2
504 0.2
14,117 11.7

2,500 0.9

9.169 2.2
320 0.1
5,734 0.8
-
-


-
10,015
62,922


179,335
21,887
-





-

-
7,100





95,494
6.487
500

16,500
-

10,895

2,900
-n ia


3.2
0.8
-

6.1
1.9
-


8 .

8.6





1.9
2.7
0.4
-
6.2
-

4.3

2.9

33


-
43,366
281,218
-
-
86,888
26,388
34,302
-
78,460
-
57,953
-
8,205

3,763
15,904
2,000
107,642
15.340
-
13,626
47,245
-

-
117,882


74-235
-425


13.7
3.8
-
-
3.0
2.3
38.7
-
9.8

42.7
-
9.9
-
8.3
18.0
2.2
2.1
6_3
-
2.9
17.8
-
-

16.6


22.5
-
22 .5


12,100
114,613
5,326,224
61,409
15,777
1,741,007
777,767
28,477
60,345
679.256
6,715
47,196
9,108
46,381
60,821
11,357
30,441
25,667
3,136,454
173.441
78,006
310,327
141,693
10,537
123,480
68,672
564,579
62,959
102
165.855


11.2
36.1
72.6
96.1
27.7
59.6
66.4
32.2
43.9
84.4
16.7
34.7
13.6
56.0
58.6
25.1
34.2
28.3
61.3
71.2
64.7
65.7
53.2
35.1
30.1
27.2
79.4
62.6
0.3
50.2


107,910
317,489
7,339,601
63,921
56..919
2,919,565
1,170,644
88,537
137,422
804.671
40,098
135,863
66,691
82,857
103.726
45,201
88,916
90,589
5,117,655
243.578
120,582
472,059
266,135
30,017
410.752
252,184
710,677
100,604
36,266
33Q.575


n 1 L _
e 1,178 0.1 21,926 2.5 24,373 2.8 49,510 5.6 532,745 60.8 876,722
12,733 2.8 22,461 4.9 43,352 9.5 376,092 82.7 454,638

8,825 8.2 1,704 1.6 -- 84,678 79.1 107,047
_1451 0.9 1.797 1.1 169,892
,sa 4,206 0.7 17,399 2.9 36,633 6.1 544,380 90.3 602,618
,obee 60 0.2 8,991 24.4 36,809
16,245 1.5 108,848 10.3 926,625 88.1 1,051,718
a 3,102 2.8 106,778 97.2 109,880
Beach 39.927 2.0 144.571 7.2 1.112.525 55.7 428.109 21.4 1.997.911


Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union


12,714 4.2
11,102 0.5
11,764 1.2
1,478 0.6
8.093 3.9
4,192 0.9
6,438 4.0
413 0.1
20,948 3.7
1.163 0.9
2,273 1.0
40,766 26.0
- .


13,740
78,105
39,865

8.100

24,142


18,205
-8


45,605

11,200

10.224
7,315

5,018
*


24,955
197,190
12,505
58,692
23.473
274,122
14,485
16,097
39,501
17.070

6,549

2- n


8.3
9.0
1.2
21.9
11.3
58.4
9.0
5.5
7.0
13.5

4.2
0


160,530
803,552
622,031
111,002
60,537
81,324
115,884
153,361
308,651
70.201
29,559
40,183
25,329
5;25 238


53.4
36.7
61.6
41.5
29.2
17.3
72.0
52.7
54.7
55.4
12.9
25.6
55.1
92 A


300U,U866
2,187,093
1,008,920
267,705
207.151
469,177
160,949
290,947
564,532
136,684
229,122
156,674
45,975
568 616


Distr
Alachi
Baker
Bay
Bradf,
Breva:
Browa'
Calho,
Charli
Citrus
Clay


Total


Madiso
Manate
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloo
Okeech
Orange
Osceol
Palm B


Volusia -.v .--. .--,-
Wakulla -- 9424 17.0 55.552
Walton 2,945 1.2 9,589 3.9 9,100 3.7 27,422 11.2 67,441 27.6 244,353
Wash into 12.468 7.2 1.110 0.6 56.526 32.8 172.283

TOTAL $677,104 1.8% $905,357 2.47. $721,400 1.9% $3,591,763 9.4% $21,499,662 56.0% $38,368,234


I


I


,j; __ j f< -I


, v -


23


1
6


1


I"


23


--


I


--


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TABLE IV-B

ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES FOR TEN SELECTED SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES FY 1971:
HANDICAPPED CHILDREN


dil Regular or Enrichment


Reading


Natural
Science and
Mathematics


English
Language
Arts


Reading


Natural
Science and
Mathematics


Vocational
Skills and
Attitudes


Per- Per- Per- Per- Per- Per-
ict Amount cent Amount cent Amount cent Amount cent Amount cent Amount cent
ua $ 7 $ 7 $ $ 7


ord
rd
rd
un
otte 11,834 34.4
S -..

er -
bia 36 0.1 25 25 5 25 738 1.2
11,129 5.3 8,000 3.8 4,000 1.9
to -


Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmeas
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette

Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach_
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns--
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter ,
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton
hU4m*nM


2,000


1,100
-







61,069







-
-

-


-
-
-

-

-
-
-
-

-
-
26,990
305


4,109

2,921
-

-
-
-
-

*
-


1,500

3,150

150

235


4.8
14.9
-








14.6

1.6
-
-
-
-

-


1,020
60
-








4,109

2,921
-


0.2
2.9


14.6

1.6


9.600











20 156

38,588




4,109


-
-

-

7,03


7,103


35.7

13.7

1.3

2.0













83.6











9.9

6.8




14.6


7,104


$121,493 4.4% $8,135 0.3% $15,128


0.5% $7,103


0.2% $11,129


0.4% $78,226


*Less than .05%


Distr
Alach
Baker
Bay
Bradf
Breva
Browa
Calho
Charl
Citru
Clay
Colli
Colum
Dade
De So
Dixie


TOTAL


2.8%


-


-
-
-
-


I


I


W hitRP


Re me. -...


r-rr-rl rl r~--uu-e


--


...


.....


.... ..


--


-


--


.. .







TABLE IV-B

ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES FOR TEN SELECTED SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES FY 1971:
HANDICAPPED CHILDREN


Pupil Services


A-V
Books


Guidance,
Counseling
& Testing


Health
Services


Per-


District
Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Dixte
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton


Per-
r*ntf


Food
Services


Ainnunt


All
Other
Services


Per-
enr f


Amonmnt


Per-
rent,


Total


Amtwnt


AmounkL cn Em.. ws. .. c. in. i ....
$ % $ % $ $ $ $
55,300 100.0 55,300

8.451 3.8 212,302 96.2 220.753


3,210





942
4,247


5,013


500




500


12.5





1.5
2.0


1.8


20.0




2.2


12
8,800


26,330


24
600
1,609








1,000


*
4.2


9.5


4,330




2,003

664

1,070






1,000


16.8




3.2

1.3

0.4






4.4


18,240U

22,583
27,695


58,529
172,799
50,359

244,832

1,250



1,600

17,250
70 867


70u.

65.6
100.0


93.9
82.5
95.7

88.3

100.0



38.1

75.3
nn0 0


L2, 1/O

34,417
27,695


62,359
209,575
52,632

277,245

1,250
2,500


4,200

22,900
20 R67


ee -
ry 46 0.4 -- 1,140 9.8 10,344 88.5 11,680
ando "
lands 200 1.7 11,205 96.3 11,640
borough -85,421 58.3 146,490
es 652 2.1 -50 0.2 1.506 4.9 28.467 93.0 30.675
an River 1,687 4.9 33,058 95.1 34,745
-son 19,219 100.0 19,219
person -
yette -


Lake -
Lee ""
Leon 940 1.0 89,700 99.0 90,640
Levy 342 0.9 300 0.8 38,682 98.3 39,324
Liberty 97,398 100.0 97,398
Madison 45 0.4 620 5.4 1.219 10.6 11.484
Manatee -
Marion -
Martin
Monroe 441 3.2 13,249 96.8 13,690
Nassau 9.250 100.0 9. 250
Okaloosa -
Okeechobee -
Orange 7,279 7.1 4,758 4.7 90,271 88.2 102,308
Osceola .
Palm Beach 10 799 5.3 172.752 84.8 203 707
Pasco -.
Pinellas 9,401 1.6 201,728 35.6 288,889 51.0 566,616
Polk 28 1.4 1,659 80.8 2,052
Putnam -
St. Johns -
St. Luci 15,907 56.3 28,234
Santa Rosa --
Sarasota 285 0.2 155,487 85.0 182,924
Seminole -
Sumter -
Suvannee
Suannee .. 100,005 100.0 100,005
Taylor
Union -
olsia 25,331 100.0 25,331
Wakulla -
Walton 685 3.1 50 0.2 1,615 7.2 20,009 89.5 22,359
Washinton 50 0.2 1.506 7.4 18.890 92.4 20.446

TOTAL $54,553 2.07. $8,191 0.37 $35,592 1.3% $218,122 7.8% $2,230,018 80.0% $2,787,690

*Less Than .05%


Hard
Hend
Hern
High
Hill
Holm
Ind!
Jack
Jeff
Lafa


A ....


Abm n


I


I


I


7






TABLE IV-C

ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES FOR TEN SELECTED SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES FY 1971:
MIGRANT CHILDaRE

>edi lPerular or Bnrichment


Reading


Natural
Science and
Mathematics


Per- Per-
District Amount cent Amount cent
Alachua $ % $ z
Baker -
Bay -
Bradford -
Brevard -
Broward 85,895 6.4
Calhoun -
Charlotte -
Citrus -
Clay -
Collier 14,008 3.3 12,008 2.9
Columbia -
Dade -
De Soto
Dixie -- -- -
Duval -
Escambia -
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden -
Gilchrist -
Glades -
Gulf -
Hamilton -
Hardee 16,539 28.8
Hendry -
Hernando -
!ighlands 46,454 25.1 -
Hillsborough 200,517 43.7
Holmes =- -
Indian River -
Jackson -
Jefferson -
Lafayette -
Lake 34.273 16.6
Lee -
Leon
Levy
Liberty -
Madison --
Manatee 31,266 12.6 5,211 2.1
Marion -


Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton
Washineton


-
-
-


51.127 7.8
2,771 6.0
-
113,876 15.8
26,500 44.5
16,644 12.7
-
-
-
-
-
-
-


2,527 5.5

56,938 7.9

16,644 12.7
-


English
Language
Arts


Natural
Science and
Mathematics


Vocational
Skills and
Attitudes


Per- Per-
Amount cent Amount cent
$ -7




57,324 4.3 8,517 0.6



17,008 4.1 15,500 3.7


Per-
Amount cent
$ -X



134,402 10.0



34,008 8,1













26,147 55.1

96,785 52.3






15,000 17.9



23,449 9.4








781 1.7


24.997 56.6

5,071 10.3


Reading

Per-
Amount cent
$ 7



137,546 10.3



24,190 5.8







-
10,000 3.9














-





27,000 32.2



23,449 9.4





-


5,151 11.2





5,071 10.3


$589,058 10.8% $144,140 2.6% $360,640 6.6% $232,407 4.3% $100,430 1.8% $365,585 6.71


I


T


Washinaton


--


TOTAL


Reaular or Enrichment


"~ a


276 0.6

2,708 1.5
25,000 5.5


15,633


5,394 11.7





5,071 10.3


4,285 1.5

102-000 15.5
-

206,965 28.8




334 0.4


L


I








TABLE IV-C

ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES FOR TEN SELECTED SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES FY 1971:
PIGEMl CHerv


Pupil Serytvices


District
Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardae
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
bevy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton
Washln ton


Audiovisual
Materials,
Books, etc.

Per-


Guidance,
Counseling
& Testing

Per-


Health
Services


Per-


Food
Services


Amount cent Amount cent Amount cent Amount
$ % $ %$ $

664 1.8 28 325
-
664 1.8 999 2.8 3,425


18,311





16,753
-
2,750
1,342



-

-
-





995
625
-






2,404
137
-
-
-
-








7.982
272




2,439
-
-
-

-


268
370

5,096
4,599
-
5,063
345
463
-


1.4


31,371 2.3





-

2,000 0.8
-













690 1.2
-








600 0.3
600 0.1













7,816 3.1


0.6
0.1

-qB
0.8
9.9
-
0.7
0.6
1.0
-
-
0.2
0.7

-


16,051





1,935

5,000
-


84
149

1,594
2,405






716
2,000





1,379


1.2





0.5

1.9
-













0.2
0.3

0.9
0.5






0.3
2.4





0.6


15,065
2,000

16.656
790

10,833
1,000
-
1,379

200
372


91,306





12,000

12,500
-














10,935

8,153
-






5.482
4,000





12,308


6,000

42,792
2,000

9,864
5,541
8,900
493

1,980
16,071


All
Other
Services


Per-
cent Amount
- x $




9.5 30.872
6.8 758,294





2.9 272,027

4.8 227,355
- 8,551












-39.070
23.1 9,280

4.4 26,351
230,041






2.7 157.971
4.8 35,574





4.9 126,028


28,877
278,228

426,729
22,138

315,866
26,120
9.766
95,740

31,548
59,645


Total


Per-
cent
8- %




85.9


56.6





64.9

87.6
86.4












68.1
19.6

14.2
50.2






76.5
42.4





50.6


TOTAL $71,565 1.3% $55,477 1.0% $80,607 1.5% $253,750 4.6% $3,216,071 58.8% $5,469,730

*Less than .05%


_I


_ ,


--


-


-----


VO *
v,...


, ,
^


- '* --


t,


,,.,,


,,V,-


-


-


~


------


-


- -


Amount





35,960
1,339,017





419,437

259,605
9,893












57.378
47,412

185,049
458,700






206.424
83,846





248,978






44,210
290,883

656.800
46,151

719,405
59,506
44.126
130,900

49,062
76,988


-
-

- 40
-
1240
-
-
-
-
-
-
-


, '









TABLE IV-D

ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES FOR TEN SELECTED SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES FY 1971:
GENERAL ELEMENTARY ANB SECONDARY CHILDREN


diA 4l Re 1 -r Vr 1 rLmn-


Reading


Natural
Science and
Mathematics


English
Language
Arts


Reading


Natural
Science and
Mathematics


District
Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto

Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
gadsden_
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Harde e .
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough

Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Hadieon
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton


Amo













11,
2,
-1
-

-

-
-
100,








25,


-

27,758




6,605

-



16,549











30.196
-
-



-

-



.


-
33.8


-

3.9

-



6.7










13.6
-



-


S-







-
2979 1.4


Per-
cent
- % $


Per-
unt cent Amount
% $ -












428 6.4 11,428
,699 1.1 1,855
,000 1.3 100,000
-
-
-- -
-

-







,943 6.0 -



9 1,937













779 14.0 -
-




-


Amou






-
"










-
-
11,
1,
210,



56,

-

-
-
-


6.4
0.8
1.3












1.7
-

-
-


-
-
-

-
-

-


Per-
Int cent
z
795 5.9

-




-



828 6.6
,855 0.8
500 2.7
-

211 3.4
-

-
-
-
-

410 0.4



,000 11.0
-




-


Amount
$ -
4,808



24.090
79,017



-

11,728
-
205,000


54,490
-


-
-

-


-




21,750
-
1.852
5,472

7,740
-


-





-
12,447





21,197
-


-





-

-
0.9





4.4


-


Per-
cent
- X
35.8


2.2
2.2


2.5
-

-

6.6
-
2.6
-


3.2
-

-
-

-
-

-

-








-
11.2

3.7
2.1

32.7
-


4,979





10,598
-



-


2,489
-




26,499
25,408



29,655

11,720
-


0.2
-




5.6
5.3



26.0

1.1
-


4,391




9,715




5,808

1,748


899

121,734
8,995
13.935




45,780
10,503
1,816
-1


Vocational
Skills and
Attitudes


Washin ton ..

TOTAL $221,957 0.7% $145,098 0.5% $355,243 1.1% $431,524 1.4% $564,145 1.8% $700,826 2.2%


--


Amount
$ -
2,404

-
10,220
149,411
-

-

.11,778
1,855
165,000
-


110,901
14,203


-



400












-3
350
1.852
-
-
-
-
-
-


Per-
cent Amount
- 1$ 4,114
17.9

S 21,442
0.9 -
4.7 43,841

2,650
3,019

6.6 2,929
0.8 3,619
2.1 150,000
2,941


6.6
5.6 22,691



3.276
5,200
2,900
0.3 5,500

15.030
S 1,883
S 1,382





8,523
S 6,519
6.3
3.7
15,361
S 8,586
S 1,967
S 55,000
50.138
S 36,438


--


I


-


4,979

10,598


1 A


fular Erihes t


Remea


Per-
cent
0.9%
-


17.5

1.4

4.4
2.4

1.6
1.5
1.9
11.0



9.0



0.8
23.2
82.9
4.8
-
13.8
2.1
0.4





23.2
3.4
-


6.0
1.7
8.3
70.2
17.9
14.3



4.9




2.1


40,
-




-


6.4
0.8
1.3

1.7


H,


40,








TABLE IV-D

ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES FOR TEN SELECTED SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES FY 1971:
GENERAL ELEMENTARY .A SEEQMARYp HeLrTeFlI


tPupil Servic'es


Audiovisual
Materials,
Books, etc.


Distr
Alach
Baker
Bay
Bradf
Breva
Brova
Calho
Charl
Citru
Clay


Per-


Guidance,
Counseling
& Testing

Per-


Health
Services


Food
Services


All
Other
Services


Per-


Total


Per-


ict unAmount cent Amount cent AAmnt cetnt AAount cet Amon cent Amount
ua $ 21,924 4.9%$ % $ %$ % $ 421,426 94.2% $ 447,464
5,354 39.9 72 0.5 13,433
30,368 43.5 1,444 2.1 37,910 54.4 69,722
ord 13,074 10.7 87,873 71.8 122,389
rd 119.301 10.9 602.240 54.9 339.704 31.0 1.095.555
rd 291,119 9.1 47,546 1.5 1,604,044 50.2 982,127 30.7 3,197,105
un 10,044 5.4 1,444 0.8 112,000 60.3 62,113 33.5 185,601
otte 5,783 9.6 52,044 86.0 60,477
s 4,517 3.6 385 0.3 84,010 66.3 34,762 27.4 126,693
1.840 2.0 90.000 98.0 91.840


Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole


15,189
9,467
601,808
4,707
4-100
235,750
69,984
-
4,832
14.238
970
-
4,353
2,096
4.072
5,645
9,994
9,050
78,000
8.659
17,328
200
3,396
2,199
28,537
60,317
45,700
6,390
6,402
1 f\1/


8.5
3.8
7.7
17.7
75.8
14.1
27.6
-
12.4
3.2
4.3
-
3.8
2.4
3.7
6.4
2.8
80.7
2.5
22.6
8.2
0.5
1.8
39.5
56.5
23.5
8.8
26.9
8.2
1 "7


-
1,854
27,197
1,169
-
10,474
-
-
1,444
10.920
-
600
1,444
32,000
-
-
1,231
-


1.040
950
1,444



5,500
-
-

-
-
-
-


0.8
0.3
4.4
-
0.6
-
-
3.7
2.5
-
17.1
1.2
36.7


0.3

aa
2.7
0.4
3.9



2.1
-


-


300
927
25,000















12,980
-
-
-


-
-


-

-
-

-
-
-


-


200
146,509
3,436,780
-

-

30,000
-
255.84Q

-

30,000
83,940
54,204
129,965
-
2,980,415
-


107,604
-
5.621
6,634
395,510


17- .00
-


0.1
59.5
44.0
-


-

65.2
-
59.4
-

-
34.4
77.0
61.1
35.8
-
94.6
-

-

55.6
-
11.1
2.6
76.6


63-.
-


102,135
75,514
2,794,188
17,834
1,308
1,209,730
146,485
16,000
32,589
120.485
16,259
-
101,297
23,000
6.003
26,937
166,905
2,169
92,500
28.545
193,762
26,635
54,215
2,237
12.632
163,197
66,850
7,586
16,991
42.950


57.1
30.7
35.8
66.9
24.2
72.1
57.8
34.8
83.9
27.9
72.5
-
87.8
26.4
5.5
30.4
46.0
19.3
2.9
74.6
91.4
72.4
28.0
40.2
25.0
63.6
12.9
32.0
21.7
15.4


178,943
246,154
7,815,473
26,651
5,408
1,677,556
253,363
46,000
38,865
430.702
22,429
3,500
115,341
87,096
109.045
88,669
362,457
11,219
3,150,915
38-244
212,040
36,802
193,484
5,565
50.494
256,481
516,646
23,683
78,393
279.431


14,794 5.8 203,536 79.9 254,768
37,674 9.2 12,982 3.2 20,406 4.9 15,982 3.9 323,763 78.8 410,807

23,133 25.8 61,967 69.2 89,491
21 779 66.1 --11,175 33.9 32.954
JO,.) ~ 16 3i U) J.


105,192
1,311
156,490
11,816
97.844.
17,416
115,310
124,534
26,397
12,182
21,328
5,157
14,366
15,280


64.3
1.6
34.2
87.9
9.5
10.3
6.8
9.4
6.3
5.2
8.6
8.5
3.0
3.2


-
15,065
-




-
-

-
-


-
-
-

36.491
-


32,157
-
-
14,850
2,001
13,407
-


-
-
-
-
413.342
-
1,282,440
-
329,340
183,316



342-833
-


58,311JL
37,868
291,222
1,626
485.411
145,221
297,594
1,152,834
59,262
40,606
193,500
53,399
268,649
88,170
11 O9


35JJ.
46.2
63.7
12.1
47.0
85.8
17.5
86.7
14.2
17.2
78.3
88.2
56.4
18.3
32' c


82,002
457,427
13,442
1.033.088
169,327
1,701,152
1,329,440
416,747
236,104
247,126
60,557
476,450
480,686
'~90 55


Sumter 9505 3. 138.1 77
Suwannee 9,564 81.6 2,161 18.4 11,725
Taylor 17,400 15.3 66,976 58.7 114,031
Union 2,661 7.0 35,123 93.0 37,784
Volusia 72,419 7.0 526,386 50.7 382,807 36.8 1,039,112
Wakulla 24.777 11.2 126.878 57.1 222.147
Walton 8,589 6.6 5,233 4.0 82,150 63.1 32,356 24.9 130,144
Washineton 7.792 4.0 1.444 0.7 142.110 73.1 42.500 21.9 194.399

TOTAL $2,741,760 8.71 $266,651 0.9% $74,678 0.2%$13,787,592 43.9% $12,136,522 38.6% $31,415,293


_I_


-""


~


*...#-


,,' *


-


--


I-


--


--







TABLE IV-E

ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES FOR TEN SELECTED SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES FY 1971:
Abl EDUCATION


Remedial RePail r Vnr4Fhman-


Reading


Natural English
Science and Language
Mathematics Arts


Reading


Natural
Science and
Mathematics


Vocational
Skills and
Attitudes


Martin
Monroe
Naasau


Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton
UaWh-no*nn .


1,388 17.0 1,388 17.0 -
7.500 100.0 -


20,350 6.3

15.261 6.7

6,720 1.8

700 20.0


2,862 23.0
6,563 3.8



2,000 80.0
1,535 51.2

700 28.0

i QoRn 79


4,500

15.261

6,720

700


2,364
6,564







6
860
SQfn


1,515
6,720


1,515
6,720


15.8
1.8


1,515
6,720


15.8
1.8


34,031

57.354

104,320
30,000

6,859


25,054


10.6

25.2

27.7
100.0

13.0


14.6


TOTAL $229,457 6.3% $74,425 2.1% $23,401 0.7% $20,256 0.6% $15,738 0.4% $536,599 14.8%


Per- Per- Per- Per- Per- Per-
District Amount cent Amount cent Amount cent Amount cent Amount cent Amount cent
Alachua $ 6,649 32.2% $ 4,670 22.6% $ % $- -% $ $ %
Baker -
Bay 8,663 15.9
Bradford 3,021 25.0 3,021 25.0 -
Brevard 16 876 50.7 -
Broward 33,386 13.7 1,391 0.6 4,637 1.9 1,855 0.8 464 0.2 52,951 21.7
Calhoun -
Charlotte -
Citrus 4,283 54.3 -
Clay 794 101, 793 10.1 -
Collier -
Columbia -
Dade 14,000 2.0 12,000 1.7 5,000 0.7 5,000 0.7 5,000 0.7 97,605 13.8
De Soto -
Dixie -
Duval -
Escambia -
Flagler -
Franklin -
Gadsden 3,963 29.0 3.138 23.0 -
Gilchrist -
Glades -
Gulf -- 3,125 74.1 -
Hamilton 600 20.0 600 20.0 -
Hardee .-. -- --
Hendry -
Hernando 1,258 28.6 314 7.1 316 7.2
Highlands 1,776 51.1 1,000 28.8 -
Hillsborough 68,762 6.8 116,649 11.5
Holes -
Indian River 2,040 10.2 1,540 7.7 -
Jackson -
Jefferson 3,000 100.0 -
Lafayette -
Lake 2.353 11.8 5.474 27.4 -
Lee 940 10.0 940 10.0 940 10.0 940 10.0 940 10.0
Leon 478 0.5
Levy 306 13.3 307 13.3 306 13.3 -
Liberty -
Madison .....-
Manatee 3,274 10.1 2,319 7.2
arion -


-`-~------


1,515
6,720


v..


-* __.,







TABLE IV-E

ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES FOR TEN SELECTED SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES FY 1971:
ADULT. ELUCATI


Punil Services


Audiovisual
Materials,
Books, etc.


Guidance,
Counseling
& Testing


Health
Services


Food
Services


All
Other
Services


Total


Per- Per- Per- Per- Per-
District Amount cent Amount cent Amount cent Amount cent Amount cent Amount
Alachua $ $ $ % $ $ 9,313 45.2% $ 20,632
Baker -
Bay 1,397 2.6 44,413 81.5 54,473
Bradford 6,043 50.0 12,085
Brevard -- 16.392 49.3 33.268
Broward 842 0.3 41,906 17.1 800 0.3 -- 106,316 43.5 244,548
Calhoun 650 8.4 1,245 16.0 5,855 75.5 7,750
Charlotte -
Citrus 3,605 45.7 7,888
Clay 505 6.4 5773 73.4 7.865
Collier 1,387 26.5 3,847 73.5 5,234
Columbia -
Dade 7,738 1.1 45,868 6.5 1,000 0.1 -515,629 72.7 708,840
De Soto -
Dixie- --
Duval 47,583 100.0 47,583
Escambia -
Flagler
Franklin -
Gadsden 281 2.1 6.261 45.9 13.643
Gilchrist 200 20.0 800 80.0 1,000
Glades -
Gulf 1,095 26.0 4,220
Hamilton 1,800 60.0 3,000
Hardee -.-
Hendry -
Hernando 305 6.9 2,209 50.2 4,402
Highlands 697 20.1 3,473
Hillsborough 2,394 0.2 20,000 2.0 1,146 0.1 808,694 79.5 1,017,645
Holmes -- -.
Indian River 2,200 11.0 100 0.5 14,120 70.6 20,000
Jackson -
Jefferson 3,000
Lafayette -
Lake 365 1.8 11.808 59.0 20.000
Lee 4,700 50.0 9,400
Leon 397 0.5 86,996 99.0 87,871
Levy 190 8.3 1,185 51.7 2,294
Liberty 5,000 100.0 5,000
Madison -.
Manatee 26,791 82.7 32,384
Marion -
Martin
Monroe 704 8.6 4,681 57.4 8,161
Nassau -- 7,500
Okaloosa -
Okeechobee -
Orange 8,733 2.7 8,000 2.5 246,595 76.5 322,209
Osceola -
Palm Beach 1.383 0.6 14.296 6.3 123 737 54.4 227.292
Pasco 5,046 52.6 9,591
Pinellas 200 0.1 31,132 8.2 207,383 55.0 376,635
Polk 30,000
Putnam 2,100 60.0 3,500
St. Johns 3.742 7.1 -42.153 79.9 52.754
St. Luci -
Santa Rosa 2,115 17.0 5,102 41.0 12,443
Sarasota 1,038 0.6 -132,921 77.2 172,140
Seminole -
Sumter -..
Suwannee -
Taylor 500 20.0 2,500
Union 1,465 48.9 3,000
Volusia -
Wakulla- 940 37.6 2.500
Walton -
Washinton 3.960 50.0 7.900

TOTAL $35,728 1.07. $162,547 4.5% $3,984 0.1X $2,513,508 69.5% $3,615,643







TABLE IV-F


ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES FOR TEN SELECTED SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES FY 1971:
TOTAL ALL EIGIT ZARGET GROUPS COMBINED


Remedial


Reading


Natural
Science and
Mathematics


English
Language
Arts


Regular and Enrichment


Reading


Natural
Science and
Mathematics


Vocational
Skills and
Attitudes


Per- Per- Per- Per- Per- Per-
District Amount cent Amount cent Amount cent Amount cent Amount cent Amount cent
Alachua $ 341,482 31.5% $ 4,670 0.4% $ % % $ $ 15,537 1.4%
Baker 18,469 11.5 657 0.4 795 0.5 4,808 3.0 2,404 1.5 -
Bay 103,100 8.6 8,663 0.7
Bradford 3,021 1.3 17,321 7.7 27,780 12.4
Brevard 199.448 12.5 24,090 1.5 10,220 0.6 -
Broward 692,400 10.7 1,391 140,176 2.2 607,956 9.4 235,688 3.6 110,699 1.7
Calhoun 68,505 14.3 -
Charlotte 40,479 20.4 2,650 1.3
Citrus 48,567 21.5 4,283 1.9 3,019 1.3
Clay 25.607 9.2 42.248 15.2 794 0.3 793 0.3 -
111,322 13.5 30,590 3.7 53,875 6.5 55,405 6.7 36,940 4.5 18,429 2.2
Columbia 116,661 18.6 2,240 0.4 2,770 0.4 -2,770 0.4 25,911 4.1
Dade 783,529 4.6 270,400 1.6 369,765 2.1 562,302 3.3 274,000 1.6 308,605 1.8
De Soto 2,941 1.9
Dixie 36,080 57.9 -
Duval 652,339 12.5 123,569 2.4 80,985 1.6 87,921 1.7 164,169 3.2 30,111 0.6
Escambia 139,688 8.3 31,528 1.9 9,947 0.6 41,117 2.4 116,980 7.0
Flagler 25,758 19.0 -
Franklin 60,450 33.8 550 0.3
Gadsden 52.507 4.2 18.422 1.5 5.250 0.4
Gilchrist 32,980 51.9 5,200 8.2
Glades 16,916 11.8 4,840 3.4 4,400 3.1
Gulf 57,123 30.7 1,937 1.0 410 0.2 3,125 1.7 400 0.2 5,500 3.0
Hamilton 10,600 5.4 3,791 1.9 7,800 3.9
Hardee 42.000 14.4 16.539 5.7 15030 5.2
Hendry 29,210 15.1 26,147 13.6 2,707 1.4
Hernando 14,458 3.2 22,758 5.0 40,000 8.8 4,398 1.0
Highlands 108,502 35.7 1,000 0.3 97,755 32.2 -2,943 1.0
Hillsborough 330,348 3.0 1,685,725 15.4 222,985 2.0
Hlmes 35,816 11.5 2.000 0.6 2.000 0.6 3,000 0.9 1.425 0.5 -
Indian River 15,032 3.9 14,532 3.8 -
Jackson 132,074 25.0 9,022 1.7 8,523 1.6
Jefferson 45,700 9.9 2,300 0.5 21,750 4.7 2,300 0.5 11,812 2.6
Lafayette 20,259 56.9 350 1.0 -
Lake 233,669 34.0 53 825 7.8 1.852 0.3 1.852 0.3 -
Lee 173,237 28.8 940 0.2 15,940 2.6 33,412 5.6 940 0.2 15,361 2.6
Leon 9,640 0.7 11,297 0.8
Levy 11,257 6.8 19,932 12.0 11,257 6.8 2,179 1.3
Liberty 20,481 9.4 14,786 6.8 55,000 25.3
Madison 55 385 8.9 72,430 11.7
Manatee 210,200 14.9 5,211 0.4 56,104 4.0 23,449 1.7 48,288 3.4 44,777 3.2
Marion -
Martin
Monroe 1,388 0.5 1,388 0.5 31,243 12.1 7,932 3.1 2,592 1.0 5,707 2.2
Nassau 7,500 3.4 166.644 75.9 -- -
Okaloosa -
Okeechobee 55,516 34.1 -
Orange 20,350 0.8 4,500 0.2 126,221 5.2
Osceola -
Palm Beach 339.167 8.2 15.261 0.4 -- 179.510 4.4
Pasco 32,437 6.2 22,873 4.3 2,296 0.4 6,666 1.3 6,909 1.3 -
Pinellas 545,645 10.8 7,740 0.2 6,720 0.1 6,720 0.1 27,996 0.6 826,341 16.4
Polk 346,605 11.2 136,729 4.4 12,447 0.4 4,979 0.2 2,489 0.1 236,965 7.7
Putnam 66,729 8.9 40,192 5.4 19,260 2.6
St. Johns 96.723 17.9 24.997 4.6 6.859 1.3
St. Lucie 133,726 15.3 26,553 3.0 5,008 0.6
Santa Rosa 2,862 1.2 2,364 1.0 -
Sarasota 55,144 4.7 50,253 4.3 48,186 4.1 22,772 1.9 53,489 4.6 146,788 12.5
Seminole 194,367 17.3 25,408 2.3 10,394 0.9
Sumter 19.429 5.3 2.610 0.7 3.269 0.9 5.120 1.4 7.822 2.1 13.935 3.8
Suwannee 197,290 81.9 -
Taylor 52,264 14.0 29,655 8.0 707 0.2
Union 12,097 13.9 7,456 8.6 2,628 3.0
Volusia 20,401 1.2 11,720 0.7 45,780 2.8
Wakulla 77.024 27.0 30.653 10.7 10-503 3.7
Walton 83,040 18.8 48,000 10.9 8,168 1.9
Washington 1.980 0.5 1.980 0.5 38.279 9.5 4.900 1.2 59 000 14 6 553 0.1

TOTAL $7,091,833 8.3% $1,368,393 1.6% $1,158,867 1.4% $3,391,602 4.0% $1,061,993 1.3% $2,814,794 3.3%

*Less than .05%








TABLE IV-F


ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES FOR TEN SELECTED SERVICES ARND ACTIVITIES FY 1971:
BIAL ALL i1 I ASF1Pu X GS COvDIHEL


Pupil, Services


Audiovisual
Materials
Books, etc.


Amonmt


Per-
fent


Guidance
Counseling
& Testing


Atmuntn


Health
Services


Per-
-ranp* Amltnfl


Food
Services


Per-
r*n,


All
Other
Services


Per-
e t


Total


Per-


ua $ 30,017 2.8% $ 9,408 0.9% $ 56,444 5.2% $ 57.536 5.3% $ 569,938 52.5% $ 1,085,032
9,509 5.9 1,178 0.7 704 0.4 85,900 53.3 36,679 22.8 161,103
33,074 2.7 21,091 1.7 34,879 2.9 352,452 29.2 652,040 54.1 1,205,299
ord 14,375 6.4 6,800 3.0 155,254 69.1 224,551
rd 131.539 8.2 999 0.1 605.665 37.8 629,997 39.3 1.601.958
rd 380,447 5.9 141,922 2.2 25,846 0.4 1,755,055 27.0 2,408,365 37.0 6,499,945
un 17,794 3.7 14,001 2.9 5,907 1.2 122,611 25.5 251,431 52.4 480,249
otte 13,247 6.7 6,160 3.1 8,106 4.1 127,694 64.4 198,336
s 6,270 2.8 385 0.2 84,010 37.3 78,990 35.0 225,524
16.494 5.9 30,795 11.1 125.650 45.2 35.414 12.7 277.795
er 42,073 5.1 800 0.1 2,235 0.3 12,200 1.5 460,053 55.8 823,922
bia 18,064 2.9 7,240 1.2 10,956 1.7 192,055 30.5 250,204 39.8 628,871
787,059 4.6 339,808 2.0 132,857 0.8 3,730,498 21.7 9,586,534 55.9 17,145,357
to 8,561 5.6 2,778 1.8 664 0.4 138,153 90.2 153,097
8.862 14.2 300 0.5 17.085 27.4 62 327
282,263 5.4 53,155 1.0 205,665 3.9 87,958 1.7 3,440,066 66.1 5,208,201
bia 94,360 5.6 76,036 4.5 21,887 1.3 26,388 1.6 1,122,691 66.8 1,680,622
r 64,302 47.4 45,727 33.7 135,787
lin 23,409 13.1 1,444 0.8 92,934 52.0 178,787
n 18,535 1.5 14.000 1.1 334 300 26.8 806.002 64.5 1.249 016


Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johnsa
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton


1,573
2,268
4,813
4,026
5,067
6,789
14,446
13,304
84,501
12.876
23,190
7,210
9,000
2,199
69,593
60,589
56,706
7,668
7,299
22,010
18,411
50,407

33,305
23,230
109,398
1,639
189,117
14,918
155,049
34,729
136,013
141,389
28,220
24,480
25,520
13,710
15,185
36,794
10.668
11,837
58,166
2,661
72,419
24,777
12,703
0n 2rn


2.5
1.6
2.6
2.0
1.7
3.5
3.2
4.4
0.8
4.1
6.0
1.4
1.9
6.2
10.1
10.1
4.0
4.6
3.4
3.5
1.3
5.8


12.9
10.6
14.3
1.0
7.7
12.1
3,8.
6.6
2.7
4.6
3.8
4.5
2.9
5.9
1.3
3.3
2-9
4.9
15.6
3.1
4.4
8.7
2.9
cn


-
8,390
1,444
36,900
1.595
-
1,231
1,600
32,600
1.544
15,167
1,444
2,500
-
9.169
5,820
5,734
-
-

29,742
12,982

1,704
-
-

137,894
-
207.758
13,740
140,037
72,022

8.100
14,850
26,143
13,407
-
-

18,205
-
-

18,140
1 .a.


- -
5.8
0.8
18.7 7,100
0.5 84
- 149
0.3 12,980
0.5 1,594
0.3 99,045
0.5 6 537
3.9 500
0.3
0.5 16,500
- -
1.3 716
1.0 12,895
0.4
S 3,200
S-
10,786
2.1 25,752
1.5 42,867


0.7
-
-

5.6
-
5,0
2.6
2.8
2.3
- T
1.5
1.7
11.2
1.1
-
-
4 .
4.9
-4
-

4.1
n .


3.6
*
0.1
2.8
0.5
0.9
2.1
0.1
-
3.6
-
0.1
2.1
-
1.9
-L
1.7
1.8
5.0


-
-
17,399
30,130
2,000
-
16,656
46,395
1,800
22,033
1,000
10.224
8,694
-
6,256
372


-






9,150
c5


57,953
-
39,205
83,940
70,042
145,949
10,153
3,088,057
16,846
-
13,626
154,849
-
11.103
10,634
514,332
-

250.855
61,818
59,334

-

36,633
-
6,000
-
1,568 659
26,955
1,681,358
22,369
393,573
215.689
274,615
14,485
18,077
398,405
155,247
-
6,549
-
549,363
-1
112,938
11./. 7


-
40.4
-
19.8
28.8
36.3
32.0
3.3
28.2
5.4
-
2.6
33.5
-
1.6
1.8
36.4
-
-
40.4
4.4
6.9


-
-
4.8
-
0.2

-2
38.0
5.1
33.4
0.7
52.7
39,9
31.4
6.2
1.5
35.5
42.4
-
1.8
-
33.4
-2
25.6
1i 0


23,774
48,796
111,500
88,431
126,761
57,918
199,555
67,030
5,402,237
230,453
318,946
356,181
195,908
12,774
305.891
272,143
815,365
110,412
119,491
210.024
889,100
699,855


172,663
22,222
602,691
75,736
1,963,725
108,404
1.636.738
332,935
1,652,018
2,092,390
198,484
153,062
386,471
174,385
741,966
456,466
148,136
31,719
207,664
61,917
945,466
142.522
148,959
90 OA9


37.4
34.0
60.0
44.7
43.6
30.0
43.8
22.1
49.4
73.7
82.3
67.4
42.3
35.9

45.2
57.7
66.6
55.1
33.8
62.9
80.9


66.9
10.1
78.7
46.5
80.2
87.9
397LZ
63.3
32.8
67.7
26.6
28.3
44.1
74.5
63.3
40.7
40.4
13.2
55.6
71.4
57.5
49.9
33.8
2 72


63,527
143,563
186,252
197,853
291.016
192,962
455,775
303,881
10,945,498
312.497
387,367
528,080
462,619
35,582
687.670
601,911
1,413,074
165,905
217,057
621,490
1,412,852
865,445

257,922
219.596
766,121
163,021
2,449,807
123,322
4.118.798
525,935
5,032,388
3,090,417
747,458
540.134
875,437
233,949
1,171,523
1,122,206
366.236
240,846
373,210
86,759
1,645,149
285.479
441,098
4ni n7R


Distr
Alach
Baker
Bay
Bradf
Breva
Browa
Calhoi
Charl
Citrus
Clay
Collie
Column
Dade
De Sol
Dixie
Duval
Escami
Flagle
Frankly
Gadsde


Washigo .4 40 -1 7 ,

TOTAL $3,616,084 4.3% $1,531,652 1.8% $948,198 1.1% $17,859,687 21.0% $44,154,441 51.9% $84,997,544

*Less than .05%


., 7


--


-


icr


Amount


A t


S.t







TABLE V

ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES BY SOURCE OF FUNDS FY 1971


ESEA I


Migrant
Programs


ESEA II


ESEA III ESEA V


Low Income
and
Institutions


Per- Per- Per- Per- Per-
ict Amount cent Amount cent Amount cent Amount cent Amount cent
ua $ % $ 512,105 47.2% $ 19,933 1.8% $ 84,414 7.8% $ %
42,306 26.3 5,354 3.3 8,079 5.0 -
385,897 32.0 30,168 2.5 13,782 1.1 833 0.1
ord 88,776 39.5 6,108 2.7 -
rd 33.618 2.1 318.334 19.9 59.988 3.7 66.079 4.1 -
rd 1,227,881 18.9 1,550,389 23.9 144,632 2.2 185,610 2.9
un 131,275 27.3 6,726 1.4 13,782 2.9 833 0.2
otte 48,346 24.4 2,442 1.2 13,883 7.0 -
S- 63,248 28.0 2,771 1.2 -
139.090 50.1 12.840 4.6 -
er 372,523 45.2 95,115 11.5 4,749 0.6 3,583 0.4
bia 246,940 39.3 7,719 1.2 41,119 6.5
259,605 1.5 3,796,342 22.1 328,312 1.9 217,129 1.3
to 9,893 6.5 63,921 41.8 4,707 3.1 -
-56,919 91.3 3.358 5.4 -
S 2,159,993 41.5 135,336 2.6 207,704 4.0
bia 944,938 56.2 71,804 4.3 156,829 9.3
er 52,903 39.0 -
lin 82,911 46.4 4,572 2.6 13,782 7.7 833 0.5
en 683.191 54.7 18.254 15 -
rist 39,995 63.0 1,073 1.7 16,259 25.6 -
s 600 0.4 42,443 29.6 2,101 1.5 5,048 3.5 -
66,231 35.6 4,613 2.5 14,234 7.6 833 0.4
ton 69,377 35.1 3,526 1.8 22,450 11.3 -
e 57.378 19.7 103.726 35.6 3.745 1.3 12.621 4.3 -


Distr
Alach
Baker
Bay
Bradf
Breva
Brova
Calho
Charl
Citru
clay
Colli
Colum
Dade
De So
nixie
Duval
Escam
Flagl
Frank
Gadsd
Gilch
Glade
Gulf
Hamil
Hard
Hendr
Herna
Highl
Hills
Holme
Indiai
Jacksa
Jeffe
Lafay
1ake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liber
Madisi
Manate
Mariol
Martial
Monroe
Nassa
Okaloc
Okeecl
Orange
Osceol
Palm
Pasco
Pinell
Polk
Putnaa
St. J
St. Li
Santa
Saraso
Semino
Sumte
SuwanI
Taylor
Union
Volusa
Wakul
Walton


38,567

183,254
562,782






206.424
83,846


40,549
71,724
89,916
1,984,008
225.700
120,582
465,049
179,804
30,017
410.752
252,184
454,692
97,824
35,369
27n 357


21.0
15.7
29.6
18.1
72.2
31.1
88.1
38.9
84.4
59.7
41.9
32.2
58.9
16.3
A. 5


6,651
5,692
8,832
78,000
11.024
11,024
7,010
3,460
2,199
15,113
22,550
33,104
6,617
2,022
12 OC5


3.4
1.2
2.9
0.7

2.8
1.3
0.7
6.2
'2.2
3.7
2.3
4.0
0.9
2 1


6,310

13,551
146,490
13.,778
83,322
13,782
67,000

15.509
3,852
129,459

12,000


3.3

4.5
1.3
4.4
21.5
2.6
14.5

2.3
0.6
9.2

5.5


833

833







1,600


--L

0.3

0.2







0.7


e 246,873 17.5 278,751 19.7 12,043 0.9 -
S- 446,227 51.6 15,108 1.7 123,182 14.2 -

135,150 52.4 20,319 7.9 -
i- 174.144 79.3 12.294 5.6 -
.sa 232,307 30.3 15,917 2.1 1,874 0.2 95 *
obee 87,884 53.9 73,498 45.1 1,639 1.0 -
S290,883 11.9 1,086,601 44.4 103,049 4.2 326,502 13.3
a 108,565 88.0 5,389 4.4 -
each 585.150 14.2 1.047.759 25.4 49.243 1.2 135.870 3.3 -


as


hns
cie
Rosa
ta
le

ee


a
a


44,929

714,696
55,471
35.146
130,128

48,941
60,646


121,336
1,183,121
1,006,524
243,492
188.113
224,724
160,949
221,476
513,531
108,522
226,030
241,218
43,347
606,037
60,038
222,082


23.1
23.5
32.6
32.6
34.8
25.7
68.8
18.9
45.8
29.6
93.8
64.6
50.0
36.8
21.0
50.3
,..


16,399
108,245
43,055
19,219
7.829
23,916
9,550
12,123
14,922
6.592
6,864
13,000
2,625
47,823

11,818
C )O0


55,710
80,054

5.659


376,617
38,962


88,631
12,904
231,179
165.533
13,782
1 7a9


53,051








833
aRl


-32-


ido
hands
borough

SRiver
>n
son
tte





ty


TOTAL $5,337,118 6.3% $25,645,014 30.2% $1,695,814 2.0% $3,271,681 3.8% $61,410 0.1%

*Leas than .05%


n
a
b

n

r
e




t

e
n
n
e
u


1
B

1
3

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r
n


1
n


I,.V


"


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---


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-


-










TABLE V


ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES BY SOURCE OF FUNDS FY 1971


ESEA VII


ESEA VIII NDEA III


District
Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
SuIIRtPr


Per- Per- Per- Per- Per-
Amount cent Amount cent Amount cent Amount cent Amount cent
$ % $ x $ X $ 26,215 2.4% $ 40,000 3.7%


55,300 4.6 11,807 1.0
6,913 3.1
97.989 6.1 -


-
-

7,620
-
-
-
-

116,696
50,668
-

101,513
-
-
-
-
-
16,716

00
7,000
1.319
3,463
-
-


30,675
-
19,219
-



5,500
89,700
37,920
97,398
-
-
-


-

-
-

42,638





2,052
-
-
-

-


-
-


-
-

3.8
-


-


0.7
33.1
-

1.9
-


-



11.6
-

3.5
0.5
1.8
-






3.6
-



0.9
6.3
22.8
44.9
-


10601
-
49998
-








-







10,00
-

49,95
-
-


12.9

2.9
-


81226
-















-
-
-
-


4.7
-















-
-
-
-


175,222
2,979
1,963
6,834
-
-

7,885
349,289
-

2,050
229,743

-

6,546
17.728
-

5,048
-


6,330
3,898
4,710
4,855


3,850
6,626
-
324


14.251
17,835
18,795
-

5,277
-

40,586
16,044


11,749
14.658
93,481


53,441
9,368
54.257
8,081
70,640
78,548
7,722
11.769
-1

-
10,660

A &AQ


2.7
0.6
1.0
3.0
-

1.3
2.0
-

3.3,
4.4
-

3.7
1.4
-w

3.5
-

2.2
2.0
1.0
1.6

- a
1.2
1.7
-
0.1

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2.1
3.0
1.3
-

2.4


2.9
1.9


-



-
-

16-8

-




-
-

16,8

-







-
-
-
-

















38,7
-




-

-


12.

-



-
-


Suwannee 7,952 3.3
Taylor 27,861 7.5
Union 1,343 1.5
Volusia 24,596 1.5
Wakulla -
Walton 20,744 4.7 4,884 1.1
Washinton 20 446 5.1 5 019 1.2--

TOTAL $726,587 0.8% $612,922 0.71 $812,263 0.9% $1,592,070 1.9% $591,951 0.7%


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TABLE V


ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES BY- SOURCE OF FUNDS FY 1971


Vocational
Education
Acts


Amount
$ -
-
-
-


District
Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Breyard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton
r~-ln~


-
-
-
-

32000

-
-


-
-

-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
33342
-

33,41
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-

-

31708
-



-

-
-
-
-
-
_-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-


Per-
cent
3.3X $
0.6
4.2
42.6
20.2


Per-
cent Amount
- % $ 35,582
- 1,040
- 50,799
- 95,669
- 323.343
-493,862
33,108
60,477
64,058
-
28,221
59,120
1.9 -
18,921
-
6.8 668,805
351,658
-~-
-57,011
-~-
5,200
8,630
67,565
26,500
15,030
12,337
-20,626
-
3.1 366,616
13.505
99,909
9,055
9,312
600

91,358
92,008
5,212
S55,000
66.717
S 151,028
S58,157


5.4
20.2
11.7
3.5
19.5


27.1
5.1
16.1
8.7


Adult
Basic
Education


7.6
6.9
30.5
28.4

3.4
9.4
-
12.4
-
12.8
20.9
-
31.9
-
8.2
6.0
36.3
13.4
5.2
6.4
4.5
-
3.4
4.3
25.8
1.7
2.0
1.7
-
15.2
6.5
3.1
25.3
10.7
10.7
6.7


Per-
cent
1.9% $
0.8
0.2
5.4
2.1


1.2
1.6
-
2.0
2.8
0.6
-
0.6
3.3
-
-
-

-

1.1
1.6
-
2.3
2.5


Amount
20,632
1,314
2,886
12,085
33,268
79,411
7,750
-
4,603
7,865
4,853
-
94,886
4,987
-





13.643
1,000
-
4,220
5,000
-

4,402
3,473
114,909

20,000

3,000
-

-
20.000
9,400
20,972
2,294
5,000

21,593
-


8,161
-



51,500

83.057
9,591
79,197
-
3,500
17.396

12,443
28,341
-

-

2,500
3,000


7 2500
7 -0


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Follow
Through


Other
Federal
Sources


5.3
2.4
-

-

0.7
3.5

0.9


-
-
41.4
.
-
.
-
-
-
-
-
S-
-
-
-
-
.
-
-


-


73,212
18.500
33,207
-


264.704
137,514
540,865
783,518
41,386
35.358
47,465
47,295
136,890
39,422
71.390


23,540
83,548
46,030
38,181


Total


Per-
cent
31.9X
63.9
54.2
6.7
41.8


Amount
346,151
103,010
653,827
15,000
669.339
2,642,938
283,796
63,605
84,010
118.000
208,868
266,088
10,180,869
-
-
1,352,361
155,393
82,884
13,132
516,200
-
62,977
28,556
64,000
83.940
81,187
348,621

7,359,272
13.132
45,904
13,132
199,719
2,766
5.621
115,386
574,344
16,038
3,391
271.561
661,978
206,727

9,331

72,155

495,193
-
1.898.758
188,085
2,994,610
-
376,668
238.864
449,204
3,712
283,424
454,723
175.283
-

-
651,966
11.378

17f QQ1


Amount
$ 1,085,032
161,103
1,205,299
224,551
1-601 958
6,499,945
480,249
198,336
225,524
277,795
823,922
628,871
17,145,357
153,097
62.327
5,208,201
1,680,622
135,787
178,787
1,249.016
63,527
143,563
186,252
197,853
291.016
192,962
455,775
303,881
10,945,498
312.497
387,367
528,080
462,619
35,582
687.670
601,911
1,413,074
165,905
217,057
621.490
1,412,852
865,445


40.7
59.1
32.1
37.3
42.5
25.4
42.3
59.4
-
-
26.0
9.2
61.0
7.3
41.3
-
43.9
15.3
32.3
28.8
42.1
76.5
-
67.2
4,2
11.9
2.5
43.2
7.8
0.8
19.2
40.6
10.0
1.6
43.7
46.9
23.9


51.3
1.6
24.2
40.5
47.9
-3

-

39.6
4.0


257,922
219.596
766,121
163,021
2,449,807
123,322
4.118.798
525,935
5,032,388
3,090,417
747,458
540.134
875,437
233,949
1,171,523
1,122,206
366.236
240,846
373,210
86,759
1,645,149
285.479
441,098
403.078


a. ,

TOTAL $1,323,252 1.6Z $5,978,064 7.0% $832,552 1.0% $36,516,846 43.0% $84,997,544


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