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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 5
    Pupil population groups
        Page 6
    Table description
        Page 7
        Page 8
    Table I-A: Estimated number of pupils participating in nine selected services and activities during the regular school term - 1971-72: Children from low-income areas
        Page 9
    Table I-B: Estimated number of pupils participating in ten selected services and activities during the regular school term - 1971-72: Handicapped children
        Page 10
    Table I-C: Estimated number of pupils participating in nine selected services and activities during the regular school term - 1971-72: Migrant children
        Page 11
    Table I-D: Estimated number of pupils participating in nine selected services and activities during the regular school term - 1971-72: General elementary and secondary population
        Page 12
    Table I-E: Estimated number of pupils participating in nine selected services and activities during the regular school term - 1971-72: Adults (A.B.E. and other)
        Page 13
    Table I-F: Estimated number of pupils participating in selected services and activities during the regular school term - 1971-72: All eight target groups combined
        Page 14
    Table II: Percent of state total federal funds and percent of state total enrollment in each district
        Page 15
    Table III-A: Estimated expenditures by souce by selected target population - FY 1972: Children from low-income areas
        Page 16
        Page 17
    Table III-B: Estimated expenditures by souce by selected target population - FY 1972: Handicapped children
        Page 18
        Page 19
    Table III-C: Estimated expenditures by souce by selected target population - FY 1972: Migrant children
        Page 20
        Page 21
    Table III-D: Estimated expenditures by souce by selected target population - FY 1972: General elementary and secondary population
        Page 22
        Page 23
    Table III-E: Estimated expenditures by souce by selected target population - FY 1972: Adults (A.B.E. and other)
        Page 24
        Page 25
    Table III-F: Estimated expenditures by souce - FY 1972: All eight target groups combined
        Page 26
        Page 27
    Table IV: Estimated expenditures for nine selected services and activities - FY 1972: All eight target groups combined
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CONSOLIDATED
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FLORIDA SCHOOL DISTRICTS 1971-72


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Research Report 105 is a summary of selected data on federally-assisted programs in
Florida. This is the fourth research report using the C.P.I.R. as a data source.
This report was designed and prepared by the Bureau of Research, Division of Elementary
and Secondary Education, Department of Education. Inquiries regarding this report
should be addressed to: Ed R. Allen, Jr., Research Associate, Bureau of Research,
255 Knott Building, Tallahassee, Florida 32304. (900)


This public document was promulgated at an annual cost of $371.91 or
$.39 per copy to inform educators as to the utilization of Federal
education monies within the State of Florida.













CONSOLIDATED PROGRAM INFORMATION REPORT (CPIR):


FLORIDA SCHOOL DISTRICTS, 1971-72



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 a 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 worked towards this end. The Belmont Group or Joint Federal/
State Task Force on Evaluation (Task Force) was a national effort to better
effect the evaluation of federally-funded programs. Florida participated
directly in the Task Force since its inception. This same group was merged
with the Committee on Educational Data Systems (CEDS) in 1972 to carry out a
unified effort towards federal-state cooperation/coordination in the area of
data collection and evaluation. The new group is the Committee on Evaluation
and Information Systems (CEIS).

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 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
evaluating personnel in federal, state and local
education agencies.

The Task Force personnel in USOE were under the National Center for
Educational Statistics (NCES) and all Task Force operations came 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 dealing
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 reporting
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 legis-
lation. A final form was approved, field tested, and finalized by early summer.


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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. An additional revision took place with the
1972 instrument. The report form was reduced to a total of 32 pages, eliminating
some duplication of data and certain fiscal data breakdowns.


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 availability 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. 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.


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Preliminary Data Analysis


The data reported in the following tables represent the exact information
reported to the U. S. Office of Education by the school districts. The Florida
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, 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.

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 1972 Federal funds represented 10.7% of receipts
for education purposes in Florida.

The $105,480,369 estimated Federal expenditures reported here will not
balance with federal receipts and expenditures in the annual financial report
for FY 1972. 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 some
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 instructions
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 I (Low Income and Institutions)
Elementary and Secondary Education Act Title I (Migrants)
Elementary and Secondary Education Act Title II
Elementary and Secondary Education Act Title III
Elementary and Secondary Education Act Title VII
Elementary and Secondary Education Act Title VIII
National Defense Education Act Title III
Civil Rights Act Title IV
Follow Through Program


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The following report forms are superseded by the 1972 CPIR:


OE FORM 4375 Annual Statistical Report of Title I, Program Activities

OE FORM 4375-1 Annual Statistical Report of Title I, Program Activities
for Neglected or Delinquent Children Living in Institutions (LEA's)

OE FORM 4310 Annual Report, Elementary and Secondary Education Act,
Title II, as Amended (Part II Statistical Data)

OE FORM 4381 ESEA Title III Statistical Data

OE FORM 4130 Annual Report NDEA of 1958, Title III as Amended and the
NFAHA (Part II Statistical Data)


ORGANIZATION OF CPIR FORM

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

Part I Pupils and Schools Requests information on the number of children
and number of schools in the agency's district, delineated by pupil population
groups, grade levels, and services and activities provided.

Part II Staffing 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.

Part III Program Expenditures 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.

Part IV Supplemental Program Information 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 1972 CPIR form, it means programs or services in the local school districts
that are aided by grants made under the following Federal statutes:

Title I, ESEA P.L. 89-10: Provides grant funds for special programs for
educationally deprived children (includes the Migrant Education Program).

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

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










The following report forms are superseded by the 1972 CPIR:


OE FORM 4375 Annual Statistical Report of Title I, Program Activities

OE FORM 4375-1 Annual Statistical Report of Title I, Program Activities
for Neglected or Delinquent Children Living in Institutions (LEA's)

OE FORM 4310 Annual Report, Elementary and Secondary Education Act,
Title II, as Amended (Part II Statistical Data)

OE FORM 4381 ESEA Title III Statistical Data

OE FORM 4130 Annual Report NDEA of 1958, Title III as Amended and the
NFAHA (Part II Statistical Data)


ORGANIZATION OF CPIR FORM

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

Part I Pupils and Schools Requests information on the number of children
and number of schools in the agency's district, delineated by pupil population
groups, grade levels, and services and activities provided.

Part II Staffing 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.

Part III Program Expenditures 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.

Part IV Supplemental Program Information 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 1972 CPIR form, it means programs or services in the local school districts
that are aided by grants made under the following Federal statutes:

Title I, ESEA P.L. 89-10: Provides grant funds for special programs for
educationally deprived children (includes the Migrant Education Program).

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

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







Title VI, ESEA P.L. 89-10: Provides grant funds for education of
handicapped children.

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

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

Title III, NDEA P.L. 85-864 and Sec. 12, NFAHA P.L. 89-209: Provides
matching grant funds for strengthening instruction in critical subjects.

Title IV, CRA Sec. 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 Basic Education P.L. 89-750: 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.

Abbreviations Used

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


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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.

Table I-A through F show the estimated number of pupils participating in
nine selected services and activities during the regular school year 1971-72 for
several target groups. The data for these tables are from Part I Section D
of 1972 CPIR. The nine selected services and activities are:

Direct Educative Services

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

Supporting Services

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

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: Programs
in Cultural Areas, and Pupil Services Areas such as Attendance and Transportation.


TABLE DESCRIPTION

Tables I-A, B, C, and E show the kinds of broad programs and services these
pupils participated in during 1971-72. 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 Areas. The general elementary and secondary children are those
whose needs can be met through regular school programs and services as distin-
guished from those needing special services or instruction.

Table I-F totals the children (or adults) from all eight target groups who
participated in the nine selected services and activities. These figures are
the sum of Table I-A, B, C, D, and E plus the participation figures provided
in the remainder of Part I Section C of 1972 CPIR for the other three target
groups.

The participation data given in Table I-F can be compared roughly with
the expenditure data in Table IV. 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 the percent of federal funds received by a
district with the pupil enrollment in that district for 1969-70, 1970-71, and
1971-72.

Table III A-F Estimated Expenditures by Source of Funds FY 1972 show the
estimated expenditures for each district by source for Federal funds for selected
target groups. The percent of expenditures for each source is also shown for each
district and for the state. It can be seen that $6,642,147 expended for ESEA
Title I migrant is 6% of the estimated $105,480,369 of Federal funds expended
in Florida in FY 1972. The data for this table is from Part III Estimated
Expenditures, of 1972 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 (26%) and Other Federal Sources (50%). The
"Other Federal" category includes such 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 to be listed under
federal sources, but were included as "State and Local" funds.

Table IV shows the estimated expenditures for nine selected services and
activities FY 1972 for eight target groups. The nine 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, indirect
services such as Research and Administration. The data for Table IV are from
Part III Estimated Expenditures of 1972 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. It can be seen that the $12,292,125 of
federal funds expended state-wide for Reading represent 12% of the estimated
$105,480,369 of federal funds reported in the CPIR for Florida in FY 1972.

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

During FY 1972 expenditures were made from every source of federal assistance,
listed in CPIR, which was available for public elementary and secondary education
under the jurisdiction of local school boards.









TABLE I-A


ESTIMATED NUMBER OF PUPILS PARTICIPATING IN NINE SELECTED SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES
DURING THE REGULAR SCHOOL TERM 1971-72: CHILDREN FROM LOW-INCOME AREAS


Direct Educative Services


Supporting Services


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
Washlington


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English
Language
Arts
-

334
310
-
-
-
-
-


331
-
3,285
-
-
1,246
100
-
-
-
-
105
-


60
-
336
-
682
-
374
519
234
-
161
-
-
-
-
-
431
-
220
251
-



3,103
254
-
200
-
-
660
25
-
436
252
1,811
-
-
-
75
-
_-
195
o02


Reading
1,501
251
390
310
993
4,607
403
156
260
522
331
677
8,128
110
169
10,482
2,201
170
273

87
240
235
315
175
166
231
384
3,434
744
-
610
250
100
1,181
819
1,428
-
135
698
743
1,565
180
-
549
-
126
60
254
841
851
2,480
2,014
660
633
635
436
582
1,811
263
745
406
80
843
263
511
-


TOTAL 16,292 60,697 8,540 15,222 15,781 113,576 60,644 19,694 108,716


Soc
Scie:
Soc
Stu
















2,



3,
















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-
-
-
-


ial Natural
nce/ Science
ial and Math-
dies ematics

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249
310 310
- -
- -
- -
- -
- -
- 522
331 331
- -
353 3,725
- -
- -
075 3,845
406
-~-
136
-~-
- -
240 240
- -

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336 336
-
682 1,141

-


325
-
161
-
24 18
--
90
- 350
58 114
8- l-



S-



60 60
54 254
--
S200
S320
T-
660
20 40
-
-
52 584
-
63 263
52 152
-
90



30 300
-
-
30 300


Vocational
Skills
and
Attitudes
274
-
-
100
-
-
123
-
98

-

226
294
-

-

125
-
-
360
30
56


A-V
Books,
Etc.
1,501
251
973
310
993
4,607
573
210
404
522
355
882
3,491
110
169
41,289
2,633
170
611
2,050
87
240
235
315
235
166
919
384
4,785
744
1,674
1,017
611
100
1,550
807
1,428
342
135
1,048
4,282
2,397
220
470
565
1,206
126
3,303
254
4,830
851
4,483
435
1,761
718
635
436
1,675
1,811
381
-
406
123
1,933
263
527
559


I


Guidance
and
Counseling,
Testing
1,501
82
973
145
-
4,607
438
--

-

355
1,121
5,197
76
169
7,581
2,212
50
558


~


~


~


I


~


~


~


86
-
315
175
108
-
-
2,285
50
-
220
-
-
1.260
819
1,428
342
-
422
743
-
-
-
-
114
-
4,464
254
2,677
691
13,753
2,014
-
303

-

558
1,811
-
-
424


263
-

-
-


-


I


-


10
-
123
-
792
55



360
48
-
-
450
-
115
211
3,464
145
-
219
-

-

2,022
-

-

4,483
-
781
92
25
-

-
550







150
-
-
-
-


-


Washington 302


I


I


Health
Services
385
5
973
-
-
591
-
54
-
522
-
528
2,198
-
-
2,237
2,641
-
89


-


315
-
49
161
-
459
744
-
-
-
-


-

342
-
-
1,035
1,596
-
-
549
-
126
-
254

633
.102
400
660
718


70


513
-


1
1


Food
Services
1,262
251
973
257
993
4,607
573
210
404
522
286
1,154
2,215
107
169

41,170
2,355
170
411
2,050
87
240
164
315
235
215
966
384
4,935
-
1,674
837
611
100
1,451
685
1,428
321
120
698
4,282
1,298
175
470
549
867
126
3,303
254
4,100
851
4,583
2,200
1,343
265
635
436
803
1,681
381
1,113
251
223
1,880
213
430
401


~


~


--






ESTIMATED NUMBER OF PUPILS PARTICIPATING IN TEN SELECTED SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES
DURING THE REGULAR SCHOOL TERM 1971-72: HANDICAPPED CHILDREN


Direct Educative Services


SuDoortine Services


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
Wasohintonn


~


~


Natural Special
Science Curriculum
and Math- for
ematics Handicapped


English
Language
Arts


N.A.


N.A.
-







N.A.
-
-
-


N.A.
N.A.





N.A.





N.A.

N.A.



N.A.



N.A.




N.A.

N.A.


N.A.


N.A.




N .A
-

























N.A.


N.A.
-


























N.A.
N.A.

90

218

N.A.
90





N.A.


N.A.


112
N.A.
181
N.A.
N.A.
-





























N.A.
N.A.
-


Guidance
and
Counseling, Health Food
Testing Services Services


-10-


TOTAL 601 643 601 601 10,325 3,339 17,741 4,273 10,345


N.A. No program available in district under this Federal Title.


Reading
















-
42
-



















90
218
-




112
-
181
-
-
-
-
-
-


&d


Social
Science/
Social
Studies










































































90
218
-














































112

181
-
-
-
-
-
-
-


~


90
218
-




112
-
181
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-


80
-

65
-

287
3,372
89
-


-


132
609
47
-

161
228
-










53
-



-








275
-









18
-










16
60
-












30
-
-












410
-












123
-

-














453
218
271
-













2,550
154




112
-
















178
-
-

-

-















200
55
53
90


~


Vocational
Skills
and
Attitudes


-
-
-
-



27
-



-



34
-



-


-
-
58




196
-
-

38
150
-




-
-
-
-
-
-
-


-

-

-
-
105





-
47




-
-

-




-
-
-
-
2,670



















14
-

14
-


I


A-V
Books,
Etc.
1,573
-

130
-
-

3,372
89
-





-





4,423
228
-

-








58
42
-








196
47
-









38
150
-

-










275
-











18


16
-












190
-












410
-












170
-


-














436
271
-















5,100





112


181
-
























16
200
-
16



-


-


~


_I_


I


~


I


~


_I


1,573
-

64
-

-

89
-


-


-
209



















38












18
-





































101


377


1,420




184












200
-
-
-
-






-


-


-



-

-

-
-
-
-

-


-

-


323
-

64
-

287
1,635
89
-


-


188
560
-
-

4,423
208
-

-

58
42
-

196
28
-

38
150

-

--

206
-

18
-
-

50
177
30
-
-

308
-

130
-

-

150
218
234
-
-

140
-
-

112
-

62
-
-
-
-

34
139
43
-


-


5


~II









TABLE I-C

ESTIMATED NUMBER OF PUPILS PARTICIPATING IN NINE SELECTED SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES
DURING THE REGULAR SCHOOL TERM 1971-72: MIGRANT CHILDREN


Direct Educative Services


English
Language


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
Hillsborougl
H.- lr.
I ..iari ti'. 'ci
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison


Arts Reading
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.

2,573 2,573
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A. -
1,290 1,290
N.A.
424 841
N.A.
N.A. -
N.A.
N.A. -
N.A.
N.A.
N.A. -
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
15 760

N.A.
1,333 1,133
642 3,233
I1.A.-
'I.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
1,390 -
58 248
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A. -


Manatee -- 93 93 -93
Marion N.A. -
Martin 78 214 25 508 501
Monroe N.A. -
Nassau N.A. ---
Okaloosa N.A. -
Okeechobee 430 64 430 430
Orange 1,639 1,639 1,639 1,639 1,439 478 700 1,340
Osceola N.A. -
P~lm Beach ?,948 2,53? 156 3,771 725 -3,056
'i .-- 1,055 84 91 1,055 971 -1,035
Pinellas N.A. -
Polk 3,800 200 3,800 590 4,390
Putnam N.A. -
St. Johns -- 29 29 63
St. Lucie 189 200 189 189 55 389 444 189 389
Santa Rosa N.A. -
Sarasota 261 189 261 261 261 147 261
Seminole 453 87 677 677
Sumter N.A. -
Suwannee N.A. -
Taylor N.A. -
Union N.A. ------
Volusia N.A. -
Wakulla N.A. -- -
Walton N.A. -----
Washington N.A. -

TOTAL 13,804 20,160 8,650 9,355 1,530 25,418 5,967 3,514 23,677

N.A. No program available in district under this Federal Title.


Social
Science/
Social
Studies






640





823

349

















3,359






1,390


Natural
Science
and Math-
ematics






640





1,188

364

















3,600






1,390


Vocational
Skills
and
Attitudes






200







30













60
27

315
255


A-V
Books,
Etc.






3,213





30

1,774













986
390

1,333
3,602






1,390
248


Supporting Services

Guidance
and
Counseling, Health
Testing Services












822 412

349 704
















10
1,874 479


Food
Services




18
3,213





1,290

1,319













704
274

941
2,241






1,174
-248


I


~


--


---


1











TABLE I-D


ESTIMATED NUMBER OF PUPILS PARTICIPATING IN NINE SELECTED SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES
DURING THE REGULAR SCHOOL TERM 1971-72: GENERAL ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY POPULATION


Direct Educative Services


SupportinR Services


District Arts


English
Language


TOTAL 94,504 66,252 129,165 126,116 170,317 1,135,114 86,399 3,165 886,363


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
Washington


Reading
-

2,359


650
-

42,832
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-

259



205
-


-
-
-
-
-


-

2,359
-

650


-

-
-
-

-

-
-
-
-
-
-
-

-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-


-

19,182
-
-

-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-

-



-
-
-
-
-
-
-

-
-
-
-
-

-


-

-
150
-
-
-
-
-
-
1856
-

1859
-
-


-
813
-
-
-
-
-



300
-

_-
115
-



300
-
-

-

7
-


Social
Science/
Social
Studies
52
2,359


192
-

107,225
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-

155
-






-----
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1918
-
-
-
-
-
-

1912
-
-
-
-
-





-
-
-
-

-
-
-
-

-
-


Natural
Science
and Math-
ematics
-

2,359
-

192
-

91,966
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-

259
2,119
-

80




-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-



-
-
-
-
8,675
17,966









































2,500
-
-
-
-
-
-
-




-
-
-
-
-



-




-


- ------


Vocational
Skills
and
Attitudes
3,326
83
1,443
598
3,320
4,555
324
1,311
695
1,974
1,800
-

10,000
410
269
6,363
5,402
-

175
842
300
55
272
-

515
441
903
610
16,935
450
1,488
1,692
274
160
4,207
4,112
17,966
-
-

406
-

3,500
2,175
1,449
1,633
1,252
-

12,595
-


3,294
27,531
9,556
425
968
110
1,960
416
2,807
203
605
-

439
4,075
756
619
273


A-V
Books,
Etc.
18,316
2,359
14,360
3,498
49,970
107,225
1,049
2,835
3,890
9,759
7,920
5,255
118,700
2,863
1,321
76,426
2,521
1,056
1,169
15,494
1,053
258
600
457
2,496
4,241
3,152
4,669
96,741
4,214
6,971
6,878
1,129
619
12,776
3,500
19,182
3,004
1,410
2,725
12,561
16,533
5,624
9,527
5,450
14,589
2,858
76,158
5,853
62,406
11,963
124,300
47,013
7,351
6,345
9,715
9,865
18,179
21,400
3,433
-

3,252
490
30,861
1,503
3,278
2.546


~


Guidance
and
Counseling,
Testing
622
-
-

842
-

21,208
-
-
-
-
-
-

100
-
-

4,496
-
-

685
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-

350
-
-
-
-

-

513
-
-

1,781
12,561
259
-

-

3,692
324
-
-

2,855
150
27,531
-
-

2,594
274
-

-

3,433






2,129
-
-
-


-
-


~


~


~


_I


_I


Hea
Serv













































































-


-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-


lth Food
ices Services
- 4,464
- 2,359
- 10,680
- 2,455
- 60,537
- 65,661
- 1,049
- 3,500
- 3,890
- 7,713
- 5,960
- 4,656
- 118,800
- 1,860
- 1,135
40 59,270
- 34,000
- 797
- 874
- 7,747
- 1,053
- 258
- 1,518
- 1,072
- 1,820
- 2,646
- 3,299
- 2,801
- 72,551


- 6,971
- 4,745
- 946
- 619
- 10,450
- 13,803
- 3,843
- 2,823
- 705
- 1,781
- 10,383
495 11,824
4,334
6,909
S4,778
14,589
2,858
46,078
5,571
45,000
12,633
62,150
33,674
3,169
84 5,178
9,715
6,628
1,421
21,400
2,569
1,809
3,252
1,142
30,861
1,503
3,278
46 2,546


I


--


I-









TABLE I-E


ESTIMATED NUMBER OF PUPILS PARTICIPATING IN NINE SELECTED SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES
DURING THE REGULAR SCHOOL TERM 1971-72: ADULTS (A.B.E. AND OTHER)


Direct Educative Services


Supporting Services


English
Language


Arts Reading
N.A.
40 40
1,419
108 108
276


Social
Science/
Social
Studies
-
40
649
108
-


Natural
Science
and Math-
ematics
-
40
341
108
-


Vocational
Skills
and
Attitudes


1,419
-
-


A-V
Books,
Etc.


1,419

-


Guidance
and
Counseling,
Testing


2,838

-
-


Health
Services


Food
Services


d -1,800 1,800 1,800 1,932 1,932
n -
tte N.A. -
40 40 40 40 -


r 42 42 42 -
ia N.A. -
9,499 3,432 2,837 3,432 1,120 941 2,426 149
o 60 60 -
-- -
2,021 3,000 -
ia N.A. -
r N.A. -
in N.A. -
n 140 140 140 140 -
rist 7 7 7 -
N.A. -


:on 14
N.A. -
N- -


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
Slmter


28
23
2,562 2,562
N.A. -
N.A.

16
N.A.
113 113
212 212
210 210
13 13
17 17
N.A. -
238 72
N.A.
143 143
52
-~-
N.A.
N.A.
771 852
N.A.
1,682 1,682
30 40
1,900 1,900
-
47 47

N.A. -
75
403 403
N.A. -
A -


27
-
2,562
-


-


113
212
-
13

-

166
-







-
480

1,682
20
1,900
-


-


75
403
-


27
23
2,562
-


-


113
212
-
13

-

238
-
107
52
-

-

480
-
1,682
21
1,900
-
47

-

75
403
-


197
-
2,273




-

-

-


-
445



-

-

-
238








247
-





274
-






982
-
-

-

-






308
-


30
-
2,562




-












-
655




72











345
266
3,800






115
-
115


-

3,860







-







476
-







143
-


-








170
-


-






274


1,964
1,779





230
-

-
-


72








85


Suwannee 15 15 15 135 -135 -
Taylor 15 15 15 15 -
Union 25 25 -
Volusia N.A. -
Wakulla 34 34 7 34 -
Walton N.A. -
Washington 341 35 226 300 395 736 --


TOTAL 20,085 14,450 13,515 16,239 14,394 11,077 16,269 306


N.A. No program available in district under this Federal Title.


District


ua



ord
-d


Alachu
Baker
Bay
Bradfo
Brevar
Browar
Calhou
Charlo
Citrus
Clay
Collie
Column
Dade
De Sot
Dixie
Duval
Escamb
Flagle
Frankly
Gadsde
Gilchr
Glades
Gulf
Hamilt
Hardee
Henrlfl


I


~


~


I_


I_


~


I


---


-


--


II


I_









TABLE I-F

ESTIMATED NUMBER OF PUPILS PARTICIPATING IN SELECTED SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES DURING THE
REGULAR SCHOOL TERM 1971-72: ALL EIGHT TARGET GROUPS COMBINED


Direct Educative Services


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
Hillshorough
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
Washington


English
Language
Arts
-
2,399
1,842
1,068

66,966
-


Natural
Science
and Math-
ematics
-
2,399
679
610

94,406
-
-


TOTAL 148,417 166,428 163,344 171,430 216,191 1,309,088 196,527 29,080 1,031,871


~


~


40
-
9,904
-
13,800
-
-
1,246
100
-
-
140
7
105
-

75
-
364
1,354
5,721
-
374
519
250
-
1,664
270
19,392
13
17
-
669
-
441
366
-

-

5,716
472
4,630
1,194
1,900
45
707
25
301
436
1,097
1,811

15
15
75
-
34
195
643


Reading
1,501
2,650
429
1,068
1,269
51,812
403
156
300
522
1,942
677
13,239
170
169
10,984
2,338
S170
478
140
87
282
235
329
935
166
231
1,711
11,064
744
-
610
250
100
1,294
1,279
20,207
13
152
698
815
2,378
537
52
549
-
126
2,754
472
5,594
1,946
4,380
6,194
707
633
1,062
511
1,355
2,264
263
760
421
105
843
297
571
35


Social
Science/
Social
Studies
52
2,399
649
610
-
109,665
-

40
-
1,265
-
6,431
-
-
3,230
-

-

140
7
240
-

-

-


8,438
-
-
-
-
-
1,503
212
19,206
13
-
-
224
-
-
-
-
-
-
2,304
472
1,682
20
1,900
-
-
20
301
75
1,097
-
263
152
15


Vocational
Skills
and
Attitudes
3,600
83
2,912
698
3,320
7,255
447
1,338
793
1,974
1,800
226
12,521
444
269
9,363
6,124
-
175
1,202
388
111
272
196
585
468
1,261
1,096
20,255
505
1,488
1,692
634
208
4,207
4,112
18,861
-
115
648
3,702
3,750
2,200
2,396
1,633
1,252
-
20,742
-
430
3,385
38,214
9,756
1,206
1,830
190
1,960
724
3,444
203
740
-
439
4,075
777
829
668


A-V
Books,
Etc.
21,390
2,610
16,921
3,808
50,963
118,985
1,711
3,045
4,294
10,281
8,668
6,137
126,341
3,033
1,490
122,381
5,979
1,226
1,780
17,544
1,198
540
835
968
3,764
4,797
4,139
6,557
109,525
4,958
8,645
8,170
1,740
737
15,716
4,571
21,265
3,536
1,545
3,804
17,008
19,340
6,352
10,282
6,015
15,795
3,414
80,978
6,543
72,162
14,135
137,875
51,248
9,112
7,092
10,851
10,301
20,411
23,888
3,814
-
3,658
629
33,103
1,800
3,805
3.880


Supporting Services

Guidance
and
Counseling, Health
Testing Services
3,696 385
82 5
4,053 1,023
987
-
28,315 591
527
54
~-
522
1,540 412
1,523 528
10,711 3,366
76
169 -
12,451 2,277
2,212 2,778
50
1,243 89
-
~-
86
-
315 315
213 -
108 49
161
10
13,458 2,773
400 744
-
220
-
18 -
1,260 -
819 -
1,941 -
342 342
-
2,234 -
13,873 1,107
259 2,091
143 -
-
549
3,806
388 556
14,121 789
254 254
6,908 -
1,812 633
48,992 102
3,793 990
660
2,897 802
902 189
-
935 70
1,811
3,433 -
135 745
424
-
200
2,392 -
573
2,546


~


I_


6,125
3,122
-
216
140
7
240
-
-
-
-
363
23
9,138


-
325
-
1,664
8,887
17,984
13
90
350
352
-
107
52

-

2,304
472
1,682
305
2,220
-
707
40
301
75
1,429
-
263
167
15
115
2,500


600


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,


40
522
1,840

8,541
-


I


~


Food
Services
6,049
2,610
11,717
2,712
61,835
75,116
1,711
3,710
4,294
8,235
7,857
6,179
124,311
1,967
1,304
104,863
36,563
967
1,285
9,797
1,198
540
1,682
1,583
2,787
3,135
4,303
4,276
79,727
~
8,645
5,788
1,557
737
13,075
14,736
5,321
3,321
855
2,510
14,758
13,430
5,010
7,607
5,327
15,456
3,414
50,943
6,043
52,929
14,539
66,733
40,404
4,512
5,506
10,851
7,064
2,547
23,758
2,950
2,922
3,503
1,399
32,989
1,759
3,708
2,952





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. Columns E and F indicate percent of state total federal funds expended and percent of
enrollment for 1971-72. A comparison of the columns indicates distribution of expenditures of federal funds in
proportion to student population for the three school years. Column G provides enrollment data for 1971-72.


-A- -B- -C- -D-
Percent Percent
of State Percent of of State Percent of
Total Federal State Total Total Federal State Total
Funds in Enrollment in Funds in Enrollment in
Each District Each District Each District Each District


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
Washington


-G-


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I
in
ct


TOTAL 100.00% 100.00% 100.00% 100.00% 100.00% 100.00% 1,608,659

*Did not participate in this survey or reported too late to be included.
-15-


~


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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
.45


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
.20


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


~


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
.21


-E- -F-
Percent
of State Percent oi
Total Federal State Total
Funds in Enrollment
Each District Each Distri
1971-72 1971-72
1.57% 1.48%
.22 .18
1.34 1.24
.33 .26
1.62 4.20
6.35 8.41
.46 .14
.23 .32
.22 .33
.54 .73
1.04 .77
.60 .47
15.71 16.39
.30 .22
.14 .11
8.04 7.85
2.42 3.21
.13 .08
.15 .13
1.17 .65
.08 .08
.12 .07
.20 .19
.27 .15
.32 .27
.34 .24
.47 .34
.72 .46
11.47 7.11
.26 .21
.40 .59
.98 .53
.35 .16
.13 .05
.96 1.12
1.40 1.54
1.44 1.40
.22 .25
.16 .07
.54 .25
1.77 1.18
1.45 1.31
.40 .47
.58 .75
.35 '.42
1.19 1.88
.22 .26
5.70 5.88
.23 .47
4.43 4.55
1.15 1.09
5.57 5.90
3.39 3.93
.79 .71
.82 .49
1.19 .75
.49 .73
1.18 1,44
1.20 1.72
.27 .28
.86 .29
.36 .25
.24 .10
1.74 2.31
.24 .13
.38 .28
.39 .21


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~


F
L
in
ct


~


~


~


~


Enrollment
K-12
1971-72
23,886
2,917
19,899
4,199
67,535
135,279
2,281
5,171
5,330
11,670
12,422
7,600
263,621
3,461
1,802
126,253
51,618
1,358
2,035
10,387
1,290
1,134
3,003
2,491
4,344
3,787
5,447
7,351
114,347
3,356
9,535
8,581
2,597
785
18,075
24,746
22,540
3,949
1,058
3,963
18,920
21,115
7,571
12,012
6,812
30,170
4,115
94,515
7,556
73,203
17,457
94,859
63,214
11,432
7,872
12,137
11,680
23,226
27,718
4,437
4,730
4,100
1,581
37,169
2,089
4,426
3.440


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TABLE III-A

ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES BY SOURCE BY SELECTED TARGET POPULATION FY 1972:
CHILDREN FROM LOW-INCOME AREAS


ESEA I


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
Washineton


ESEA II


Low-income
Migrant and
Program Institutions
% $ 503,269 78%
72,651 100
425,300 78
87,611 85
290,584 94
1,543,632 92
133,595 43
51,490 43
66,308 81
151,710 93
99,067 37
255,853 67
3,814,996 83
67,557 94
57,569 89
2,222,678 36
908,452 60
34,094 80
79,223 79
633,150 78
38,880 92
36,843 51
64,961 80
30,029 44
495 103,176 84
75,360 43
71,804 22
111,865 86
1,923,789 69
225,489 92
116,964 67
516,642 63
179,804 66
41,790 89
432,421 93
249,165 89
444,644 70
99,992 90
35,369 75
249,947 64
278,601 23
367,547 40
83,875 73
124,303 48
165,465 90
249,921 40
43,232 88
1,013,272 68
49,467 89
1.127.554 53
453,646 95
1,200,100 33
891,744 96
278,231 52
279,145 86
194,174 53
-189,854 94
-192,030 52
-461,839 90
112,544 88
-220,642 75
117,601 90
39,680 60
586,252 93
54,375 83
-186,780 73
156,121 87


Education
for the
Handicapped
Act


ESEA III


I


TOTAL $ 495 % $25,665,718 62% $660,009 02% $140,561 % $11,347 %

*Less than 01%


$ 2,274 %

5,006 01
1,762 02
2,165 01
6,964 *
2,594 01

723 01
731 *
1,550 01
3,409 01
328,013 07
146 *
450 01
79,122 01
6,968 *
549 01
2,000 02
9,960 01
346 01
546 01
2,657 03

571 *
261 *
1,537 *
902 01
9,538 *
4,464 02
2,204 01
6,710 01
12,883 05
438 01
5,361 01
1,058 *
2,706 *
834 01
-- -
8,985 02
5,651 *
19,345 02
1,289 01
1,137 *
1,165 01
3,781 01
158 *
9,699 01
369 01
46,628 02
1,890 *
13,587 *
2,407 *
4,125 01
1,461 *
1,213 *
722 *
6,548 02
4,056 01
927 01
5,113 02
971 01
528 01
3,388 01
367 01
4,996 02
2,101 01


$ -
~



3,690










14,493
16,199
~





























30,500










58,126











17,553


~


$ -



-


~


~









-


8,000





















3,347
-


3,4


~


~


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~


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TABLE III-A


ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES BY SOURCE BY SELECTED TARGET POPULATION FY 1972:
CHILDREN FROM LOW-INCOME AREAS


NDEA III


$ 1,222
-
2,207
490

3,527
889
-
291
-
2,254
2,729
-
-


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
Wash~n o+n


Vocational
Educational
Acts


$ -





19,149
5,098
1,448
2,933
-
30,305
10,582
-
-

202,431
-

-

4,080
513
3,500
-
-


530
37,650
-
373
2,000
3,263
179
2,000
1,750
-
309
372
1,115
618
2,381
803
2,106
1,773
7,710
376
1,456
838
-
394
-
4,300
3,893
1,268
732
370
1,207
2,250
360
7,527
546
26,482
1,018
8,450
2,008
4,163
788
1,074
1,350
-
1,319
467
3,271
371
945
1,716
1,454

521
521


*


Other
Federal
Sources


Total
Federal
Expenditures


-


-17-


294
1,197
5,722
1,893
18,000
14,585
12,726
-
9,950
-
3,945
-
143,913
221
11,580
3,838
147,272
4,000
-
17,295
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
137,282
-
17,517
7.000
15,265
-
-
4,529



2,233
-


-

-


Total State
and Local
Expenditures


TOTAL $159,455 % $860,296 02% $12,357,297 30% $41,496,611 $156,654,604

*Less than 01%


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01
Ol


02
01
04
-
11
03
-
-

03
-

-

01
01
05

- l

01
02
01
01
06
07
-
04
-
01
-
23
*
25
01
12
*
-
07








04

03
02
-
-
-
-




04


01



03
-
-

-

-


-

-


$ 134,432
-
115,287
13,617
15,247
93,552
170,091
,66,925
11,639
11,100
132,135
107,365
120,000
4,019
6.486
2,963,874
593,967
7,806
17,608
157,953
2,373
21,107
11,899
39,000
18,372
96,675
247,760
14,502
512,259
-
42,777
294,573
62,492
4,220
23,338
27,824
47,391
9,759
-
121,839
782,120
505,878
28,888
114,778
16,629
39,948
5,102
450,641
5,076
944,313
19,676
2,195,588
31,275
234,255
34,611
152,401
9,318
170,749
44,053
13,706
64,240
11,598
5,373
42,000
9,635
63,033
21,150


I


A.


21%
-
21
13
05
06
54
56
14
07
50
28
03
06
10
49
39
18
17
20
06
29
15
56
15
56
76
11
18

25
36
23
09
05
10
07
09
-
.31
64
55
25
45
09
06
10
30
09
44
.04
61
03
44
11
42
05
46
09
11
22
09
08
07
15
25
12


---


$ 641,197
72,651
547,800
103,480
307,996
1,670,514
312,267
119,863
81,894
163,541
265,311
379,938
4,592,958
71,722
65,035
6,109,810
1,525,586
42,822
100,831
808,406
42,291
71,996
81,267
69,029
123,217
173,865
327,938
129,780
2,779,641
245,341
174,573
819,698
272,839
46,824
466,521
278,885
638,654
111,200
46,949
388,909
1,217,537
927,885
114,784
257,883
184,466
624,024
48,852
1,481,139
55,458
2,144,977.
476,231
3,613,133
927,434
538,291
323,005
364,127
201,244
369,327
515,796
127,644
293,266
130,541
66,312
633,356
65,831
254,809
179,893


I-


--


.--


----


I


---


I


I


-----


---


I


---


5 ,67 --


---


Washinton


$ 1,346,106
346,380
2,213,275
300,981
746,396
5,754,486
499,710
1,575,566
406,424
175.,000
1,717,281
941,288
8,882,380
98,929
142,200
31,693,118
4,852,652
201,552
1,000,617
3.548,906
93,345
275,050
293,750
40,000
206,814
196,112
1,048,310
435,456
6,148,182
828,191
1,710,483
761,995
578,206
87,093
1,354,378
972,750
1,077,780
291,819
196,941
931,666
3,950,789
2,910,863
1,077,597
576,662
675,488
2,379,603
123,773
4,438,734
274,564
30,752,071
747,004
8,522,378
1,995,860
2,558,672
562,194
549,706
500,000
2,348,402
2,060,187
273,744
1,683,270
75,000
231,608
1,532,670
338,072
976,433
567.692


--


--


A


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TABLE III-B

ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES BY SOURCE BY SELECTED TARGET POPULATION FY 1972:
HANDICAPPED CHILDREN


ESEA I


ESEA II


ESEA III


Education


for the
Low-income Handicapped
Migrant and Act
District Program Institutions
Alachua $ % $ % $ 2,274 03% $ % $ 36,591 45%
Baker -
Bay -179 04 -
Bradford -
Brevard 105,384 93 -
Broward 5,778 05 3,061 03 17,076 14
Calhoun 384 01 63,144 99 -
Charlotte -
Citrus 107 06 -
Clay -
Collier -
Columbia 812 '01 854 01 89,024 79 -
Dade 39,736 100
De Soto 36 75,830 95
Dixie -
Duval 76,695 41 8,590 05 81,586 43
Escambia 39,354 88
Flagler 45,098 100 -
Franklin -
Gadsden -- -
Gilchrist 216 10 -
Glades 84 03 700 26
Gulf -
Hamilton -
Hardee 77 .01 6,392 72 114 01 -
Hendry -
Hernando 569 19 -
Highlands 12,932 60
Hillsborough 795 01 61,070 58 -
Holmes -
Indian River -
Jackson 84,105 60 4,473 03 -- 3,074 02
Jefferson -
Lafayette 30,957 98 59 -
Lake -
Lee 26 -89,044 100
Leon 64,500 97
Levy 463 07 -642 09
Liberty 81,785 100
Madison --
Manatee -
Marion 49,274 48 5,972 06 5,368 05
Martin -
Monroe 23,553 87 499 02 -
Nassau -.-.--
Okaloosa -
Okeechobee -
Orange 7,000 04 68,295 40 77,384 45
Osceola 42,138 90 314 01 -
Palm Beach 148.376 54 12.300 04 32,603 12 45.704 17
Pasco -
Pinellas 4,341 02 55,710 25 52,792 23
Polk 54,555 82 802 01 -
Putnam -
St. Johns -
St. Lucie 17,290 21 405 -
Santa Rosa -
Sarasota 6,800 03 189,484 79 -
Seminole -
Sumter -
Suwannee -
Taylor -
Union 100 2,743 12 19,015 81
Volusia 12,105 18 565 01 46,000 69
Wakulla 56 56,491 97
Walton -
Washington 39,216 99

TOTAL $ 77 % $710,534 24% $50,355 02% $565,134 19% $884,820 30%

*Less than 01%








TABLE III-B


ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES BY SOURCE BY SELECTED TARGET POPULATION FY 1972:
HANDICAPPED CHILDREN


NDEA III


Vocational
Educational
Acts


Other
Federal
Sources


Total
Federal
Expenditures


Total State
and Local
Expenditures


District
Alachua $ 1,221 01% % $ 42,000 51% $ 82,086 $ 1,346,106
Baker -
Bay 79 02 4,117 94 4,375 79,046
Bradford -
Brevard -- 7,624 07 113,008 198,715
Broward 2,926 02 15,888 13 77,618 63 122,347 4,774,326
Calhoun 133 63,661 :74,032
Charlotte 5,578 65 3,070 35 8,648 550,416
Citrus 43 02 1,729 92 1,879 6,036
Clay -
Collier -
Columbia 684 01 2,002 02 19,143 17 112,519 235,904
Dade 39,736 444,119
De Soto -3,009 04 1,004 01 79,879 2,475
Dixie ---
Duval 4,088 02 -17,912 09 188,871 3,440,966
Escambia 5,216 12 44,570 183,895
Flagler 45,098 43,189
Franklin -
Gadsden -
Gilchrist 111 05 321 15 1,483 70 2,131 58,340
Glades 881 33 1,000 38 2,665 12,000
Gulf -
Hamilton 32,331 62 20,000 38 52,331 60,000
Hardee 62 01 2,189 25 8,834 41,363
Hendry -
Hernando 413 14 1,996 67 2,978 41,932
Highlands 242 01 3,500 16 4,847 23 21,521 170,100
Hillsborough 198 42,688 41 104,751 512,349
Holmes --
Indian River ---
Jackson 1,182 01 47,954 34 140,788 253,998
Jefferson -
Lafayette 596 02 31,612 12,442
Lake --
Lee 20 89,090 24,318
Leon 1,820 03 66,320 41,400
Levy 218 03 63 01 5,422 80 6,808 162,122
Liberty 81,785 4,924
Madison -
Manatee -
Marion 721 01 500 41,000 40 102,835 677,295
Martin -
Monroe 135 01 1,291 05 1,451 05 26,929 208,580
Nassau -
Okaloosa -
Okeechobee -
Orange 19,603 11 172,282 570,802
Osceola 464 01 3,807 08 46,723 233,379
Palm Beach 6,986 03 30,878 11 276,847' 8,112,510
Pasco -
Pinellas 2,700 01 109,537 48 884 225,964 2,722,734
Polk 669 01 10,425 16 66,451 149,689
Putnam 255,000
St. Johns -
St. Lucie 358 63,999 78 82,052 183,234
Santa Rosa -
Sarasota 43,366 18 239,650 199,614
Seminole -
Sumter -
Suwannee -
Taylor 118,902
Union 178 01 558 02 1,007 04 23,601 36,189
Volusia 286 -7,446 11 66,402 434,844
Wakulla 224 1.482 03 58.253 52,011
Walton -1,434 100 1,434 32,547
Washington 200 01 39,416 4,230

TOTAL $25,222 01% $176,574 06% $534,414 18% $2,947,130 $26,766,073

*Less than 01%


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TABLE III-C

ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES BY SOURCE BY SELECTED TARGET POPULATION FY 1972:
MIGRANT CHILDREN


ESEA I


Migrant
Program
$ -



38,672 89
1,402,883 94




273,454 82

340,055 100
630 100


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


ESEA II


ESEA III


Low-income
and
Institutions


Education
for the
Handicapped
Act


$- $- -



540 01 -


4,801




1,550













1.131
430

3,133
4,768


64
85

85
72


2,543


01
^


Indian River -
Jackson -
Jefferson -
Lafayette -
Lake 222,322 88 4.825 02 --
Lee 90,310 88 529 01 -
Leon -
Levy -- -
Liberty -
Madison -
Manatee 197,733 99 108 -
Marion -
Martin 84,533 82 687 01 -
Monroe -
Nassau -
Okaloosa -
Okeechobee 48,432 76 434 01 -
Orange 576,253 99 3,233 01 -
Osceola -
Palm Beach 713,086 95 66,198 01 -
Pasco 113,415 80 2,457 02 -
Pinellas -
Polk 828,963 90 6,418 01
Putnam -
St. Johns 41,558 97 124 *- --
St. Lucie 226,764 65 809 -
Santa Rosa -
Sarasota 67,585 65 2,183 02 -
Seminole 131,240 87 -1,520 01
Sumter -
Suwannee -
Taylor -
Union -
Volusia -
Wakulla -- -- -- ---
Walton -
Washington -

TOTAL $6,564,128 87% $45,878 01% 2,543 %

*Less than 01%


100,589
61,599

310,627
693,425


I








TABLE III-C

ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES BY SOURCE BY SELECTED TARGET POPULATION FY 1972:
MIGRANT CHILDREN


Vocational
Educational
Acts


Other
Federal
Sources


$- -z $-. -B


13,205


4,006
64,509




56,000


Total
Federal
Expenditures


- % $ $
-x



09 43,218
04 1,490,373





17 333,258

340,055
630


Total State
and Local
Expenditures


12,463
3,968,066




1,200,000

2,664,714


Hardee 612 55,038 35 157,370 409,227
Hendry 614 01 567 01 9,590 13 72,760 260,848
Hernando -
Highlands 2,146 01 4,625 01 46,450 13 366,981 1,511,622
Hillsborough 1,190 9,000 01 256,130 27 964,513 3,074,091
Holmes -
Indian River -
Jackson -
Jefferson -
Lafayette -
Lake 1,311 01 3,551 01 21,004 08 253,013 1,218,940
Lee 419 11,686 11 102,944 486,375
Leon -
Levy -
Liberty -
Madison -
Manatee 74 2,155 ,01 200,070 75,976
Marion -
Martin 390 1,500 01 15,407 15 102,517 574,718
Monroe -
Nassau -
Okaloosa -
Okeechobee 991 02 -14,033 22 63,890 340,374
Orange 2,509 581,995 1,351,899
Osceola -
Palm Beach 3,520 28,636 04 751,440 4,087,699
Pasco 1,245 01 24,054 17 141,170 913,197
Pinellas -
Polk 5,355 01 83,402 09 924,138 3,991,720
Putnam -
St. Johns 88 1,244 03 43,014 49,329
St. Lucie 716 15,265 04 103,599 30 347,153 366,469
Santa Rosa -
Sarasota 33,678 33 103,446 281,808
Seminole 495 1,699 01 16,519 11 151,473 772,570
Sumter- ---
Suwannee -
Taylor -
Union -
Volusia -
Wakulla -
Walton -
Washington -

TOTAL $26,361 % $49,412 01% $847,140 11% $7,535,421 $27,612,105

*Less than 01%


NDEA III


2,432




2,254


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


--------


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TABLE III-D

ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES BY SOURCE BY SELECTED TARGET POPULATION FY 1972:
GENERAL ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY POPULATION


ESEA I


Migrant
Program


ESEA II


Low-income
and
Institutions


ESEA III


Education
for the
Handicapped
Act


Dist
Alac
Bake
Bay
Brad
Brev,
Brow
Calh
Char:
Citr
Clay
Coll:
Colut
Dade
De S
Dixie
Duva:
Escai
Flag
Franl
Gads
Gilc
Glade
Gulf
Hamil
Hard
Hendr
Herna
High
Hills
Holme
India
Jacks
Jeffe
Lafay
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liber
Madis
Manat
Mario
Marti
Monro
Nassa
Okalo
Okeec
Orang
Osceo
Palm
Pasco
Pinel
Polk
Putna
St. J
St. L
Santa
Saras
Semin
Sumte
Suwan
Taylo
Union
Volus
Wakul


non
ee
in
n
e
u
osa
hobee
e
la
Beach

las

m
ohns
ucie
Rosa
ota
ole
r
nee
r

is
la


-
-
96,205
-
-


-
-
-
-
_
-
-
120,022
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-


9,734
15,741
17,379
6,619
25,317
12,816
34,029
3,358
148,571
8,548
26,508
27,384
99,710
70,608
16,502
12,550
17,796
15,000
10,914
45,122
8,350
7,062
8,743
2,672
51,947
2 340


17,542










55,475
145,126
7,091










103,650
88,862
240,218


03










09
11
*

-j








41
57
21


2,356


rlrct


hua $ -% $ 28,435 03% $ % $ -%
r 6,987 04 -
30,395 04 -
ford 15,860 07 -
ard 105.563 09 106,357 09--
ard 167,226 05 88,681 03 -
oun 6,633 07 -
lotte 4,889 04 -
us 6,959 05 -
-- 13.826 03 --
ier 2,300 01 -
nbia 15,072 11 -
393,396 05 -
oto 3,484 02 24,512 16 -
e 4 101 05- ---
- 138,350 07 -- -
nbia 59,074 07 37,798 05 -
ler 3,377 06 -
lin 4,224 08 -- -
den 23,239 06 -
irist 3,763 10 -
s 1,471 03 8,016 14
2,997 02 -
ton 8,210 05 30,000 19 30,000 19
6e .. .,- 6.069 12- -
y 4,303 04 -
ndo 3,586 02 -
Lands 11,272 05 -
borough 140,668 02
s -- 11,873 35- -
in River 8,820 04
ion 20,770 31 -
erson -
rette 2,613 05 -
43.428 16 -- -
24,842 03 99,482 10
35,955 05 96,633 12
7,300 07 -
S- 9 g';& 7 -


Walton 9,991 10 -
Washington 9,455 05 65,857 38 -

TOTAL $216,227 % $1,705,554 04% $1,600,680 04% $40,372 %

*Less than 01%


---


---


---


---


--


, ,,~ ---


I--








TABLE III-D


ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES BY SOURCE BY SELECTED TARGET POPULATION FY 1972:
GENERAL ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY POPULATION


NDEA III


Vocational
Educational
Acts


Other
Federal
Sources


Total
Federal
Expenditures


Total State
and Local
Expenditures


hua $ 15,007 02% $ 70,407 08% $ 821,317 88% $ 935,166 $ 16,537,883
r 3,597 02 10,074 06 133,725 86 155,583 3,255,678
13,400 02 104,654 12 699,953 83 848,402 12,173,015
ford 4,411 02 86,223 38 122,559 54 229,053 3,411,330
ird 8,367 01 144,186 12 847,173 70 1,211,646 41,915,255
ird 84,756 03 460,218 15 2,290,514 74 3,091,395 138,297,376
un 2,274 02 11,000 11 77,861 80 97,768 1,202,036
Lotte 11,785 10 10,228 09 90,307 77 117,209 5,521,676
is 2,762 02 26,397 18 112,085 76 148,203 3,913,340
195,527 49 187,289 47 396.642 3,159,105
Ler 2,255 01 37,000 12 276,053 87 317,608 7,719,560
ibia 11,566 09 21,391 16 85,288 64 133,317 4,003,065
495,380 07 6,228,021 86 7,214,769 196,256,210
ito 30,247 20 95,460 62 153,703 2,300,115
4,818 06 13,578 17 58,376 72 80,872 1,280,763


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
Washnntonn


65,835

2,290
4,472
7,614
1,946
2,655
1,974
8,215
3,286
6,131
2,603
7,505
35,116
3,000
8,423
5,489

2,310
11,802
19,695
19,139
3,477
2,000
4,658
11,005
11,048
3,758
7,570
13,265
42,750
7,660
115,303
12,643
15,056
14,700
62,014
58,909
9,712
6,549
15,762
26,639
17,603
14,679
4,203
4,518
3,334
4,785
26,318
9,286
4,878
2,347


03

04
08
02
05
05
02
05
07
05
02
03
*
09
03
08

04
04
02
02
03
05
03
03
02
02
03
07
07
06
04
09
01
02
05
04
03
02
03
09
05
02
03
01
01
03
02
07
05
01


105,197
113,678

17,441
9,519
5,579
5,130
17,107

15,155
10,669
22,966
50,475
245,148
19.118
50,905
40,018

24,227
31,960
145,084

5,039

4.158

127,281
33,518
102,634
5,093
58,826



260,377
202,979
373,656
237,990
27,226
62,438
30,530
76,992
139,370
50,388
22,344
407,453
29,948
15,814
114,235
46,073
15,943


1,539,622
611,549
47,954
30,080
368,557
25,809
38,882
107,091
80,312
25,486
93,231
128,546
163,934
7,555,821

178,178

96,748
25,094
189,042
703,768
631,441
92,967
35,000
155,890
313,198
225,484
148,293
135,006
149,661
498,321
108,438
2,610,114
118,019
810,013
287,499
608,798
1,055,994
241,390
354,815
399,982
187,803
208,942
490,074
123,356
88,713
104,384
43,734
687,746
61,514
64,633
94.977


80
12
10
10
34


78
74
89
54
90
70
69
83
51
51
82
82
70
95

72

100
46
68
71
81
85
88
89
92
45
77
50
83
79
91
.91
85
73
49
47
65
82
81
86
61
55
82
78
18
42
28
61
46
68
55


1,976,293
822,099
53,621
56,217
408,929
37,097
56,154
129,169
156,737
49,996
114,334
157,701
233,186
7,976,753
33,991
248,530
66,277
96,748
54,244
276,232
992,871
783,168
108,783
39,854
174,440
339,944
501,295
192,188
270,527
180,835
633,926
119,456
2,873,988
139,210
1,111,954
588,037
1,289,304
1,626,540
294,830
436,352
464.070
306,434
376,829
600,263
158,253
507,746
250,059
155,867
1,120,464
134,193
95,445
172,636


55,417,678
33,337,989
1,194,914
2,182,000
8,162,483
1,015,127
516,801
2,080,724
1,853,012
2,196,625
2,682,248
2,977,201
5,243,482
86,074,549
2,000,000
6,841,933
4,952,972
1,755,929
522,557
10,835,024
22,592,123
14,363,434
2,560,207
778,900
1,468,065
10,864,673
13,490,816
5,387,985
11,689,166
5,957,812
21,416,428
2,630,166
62,795,697
6,356,152
17,482,773
10,825,934
57,066,726
43,529,717
5,695,235
4,961,857
8,062,332
9,564,453
20,184,522
22,899,582
2,463,702
2,204,285
3,118,398
1,172,518
23,993,831
2,106,451
1,920,321
2,428,236


riet


Disti
Alaci
Baker
Bay
Bradf
Breva
Browa
Calho
Charl
Citru
Clay
Colll
Column
Dade
De So
Dixie


TOTAL $1,416,307 03% $4,600,811 10% $35,271,884 78% $45,175,405 $1,094,822,152

*Less than 01%


r


1


I


Washinptnn


--~------


--


--


--


--


--


-


--


--


---


--;L --


--













TABLE III-E



ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES BY SOURCE BY SELECTED TARGET POPULATION FY 1972:

ADULTS (A.B.E. AND OTHER)


ESEA I


Migrant

Program


ESEA II


ESEA III


Low-income

and

Institutions


a $ % $ % $ % -





rd



d 5,701 02 2,950 01 --



tte -
72 02 -

-0 0 -

r 100 01 -


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 Rose

Sarasota

Seminole

Sumter

Suwannee

Taylor

Union

Volusia

Wakulla

Walton

Washineton


-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-




-

7344

-

-

73- 7
-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-


-

-

-

-

-

-


ct


Distri

Alachu

Baker

Bay

Bradfo

Brevar

Browar

Calhou

Charlo

Citrus

Clay
Col e


Education

for the

Handicapped

Act


- -

- -

- -

- -

-

-






































- -

- -

- -

- -

- -

- -

- -











- -

- -

- -

- -

- -

- -

- -

- -

- -

- -

- -

- -

- -

- -

- -

- -

- -

- -


TOTAL $73,447 01% $8,056 % $3,498 % -



*Less than 01%


-

-

-

-

































-

-









-

-

-

-

-




~

-

-

-


-

-

-

-

































-

-

-

-

-

-

-

2,83
-

2,18

-

-

-


~


~


-

-

-

-

-

-












-

-

-

-

54 9
-


1_1


~


~


~


~


~


--


----------


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TABLE III-E


ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES BY SOURCE BY SELECTED TARGET POPULATION FY 1972:
ADULTS (A.B.E. AND OTHER)


NDEA III


Vocational
Educational
Acts


Other
Federal
Sources


Total
Federal
Expenditures


Total State
and Local
Expenditures


ict
ua $- -% $ $ -$ $ -


9,230 1,264,729

ord 13,773 3,500
rd 30,606 191.099
rd 2,819 01 15,309 05 209,496 71 294,670 4-600,429
un 7,750 75,000
otte 92,675
s 28 01 1,161 27 4,295 93,929
12,682 30,000


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
Nl -1hi--* -


86830
-

86,38
-
-







4,97
-

-
-
-
-
-
-








-
-
-

-


-
-
-
-
-
-
-









-
-
-
-
-
-
-

-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-

-
-
-
-
-
-
-



-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-


-


2,016,865
2,751
-

102,356
-










-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-

-
-


29











-

29
-
-
-
-
-









-
-
-
-
-
81
-
-

88
-
-
-
-

98
-
-
-
-
-


-




-


-


-
145,332


139.406


11,410







130,038
-





-


7,616


3,010,100
7,694
3,188
102,356





12,525
1,000


4,310
3,672
-


9,736
1,523
98,463



3,048
2,000
-

18,003
11,500
31,684
1,915
5,000


109,700
-

8,058
7,597
7,989

-

262,739


216,224
6,261
430,656
-

3,495
60,321
-

6,384
154,552

-

102,780
2,000
2,905


5,008

12.244


140,000


8,882,380
49,464








118,297
1,166,807


73,437
14,000



125,798
30,000
4,610,136




381,000
11,719


135,439
243,187
451,950
3,017
3,939


303,906


143,680
-



-

1,006,414


571,313
77,052
3,017,881
159,668
40,000
249,067


90,000
469,680

-

120,233
16,644
17,238


52,011

-)C T
126 1534


-25-


Distr
Alach
Baker
Bay
Bradf
Breva
Browa
Calho
Charl
Citru
Clay


TOTAL $2,847 $1,393,516 27% $2,758,815 54% $5,107,252 $29,242,871


*Less than 01%


--;----


----


___


-----


_---


-------


as n ton -
-


-

348,536
-
-
53,093
-
-
-
-
-

100,950







'/.
-
-
-
-


----


- 2=----


---


--


---


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~


~


~


~


~I~


~I


~









TABLE III-F


ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES BY SOURCE FY 1972:
TOTAL ALL EIGHT TARGET GROUPS COMBINED


ESEA II


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
Washington


ESEA III


$ -
-
-


106,357
101,373
63,144
-
-
-
-
89,024
393,396
24,512
-
141,782
53,997








30,000
-

-
-


Education
for the
Handicapped
Act


$ 36,591

-




-
17,076

-
-
-
-
-
39,736
75,830


81,586
39,354

-

-


16,716


30,000


ESEA I


^^"


$6,642,147 06%


$26,904,180 26% $2,482,751 02% $2,498,279 02% $936,539 01%


ESEA I


Low-income
and
TI o ir*nro


--I_--


----~-~--


TOTAL


ass than 01%


Migrant
Program
$ -
-
-
-
38,672
1,402,883
-
-
-
-
273,454
-
340,055
630
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
101,161
61,599
-
310,627
693,425
-
-
-
-
-
222,322
90,310
-
-
-
-
197,733
-
84,533
-

-

48,432
653,700
-
713,086
113,415
-
828,963
-
41,558
226,764
-
67,585
131,240
-
-
-
-
-


$ 503,269
72,651
425,300
87,611
395,968
1,543,632
133,595
51,490
66,308
151,710
99,067
256,665
3,814,996
67,557
57,569
2,311,245
927,582
79,192
79,223
633,150
38,880
36,843
64,961
30,029
109,568
75,360
71,804
111,865
1,923,789
225,489
116,964
600,747
179,804
72,747
432,421
249,165
444,644
99,992
35,369
249,947
278,601
513,026
83,875
194,874
165,465
249,921
43,232
1,026,272
91,605
1.412,044
453,646
1,204,278
1,099,054
278,231
279,145
211,464
189,854
198,830
461,839
112,544
220,642
117,601
39,680
606,391
60,375
217,442
166,081


$ 32,983 02%
6,987 03
35,759 03
17,622 05
108,268 06
191,312 03
9,611 02
4,889 02
7,861 03
14,557 03
7,050 01
19,877 03
328,013 02
3,666 01
4,551 03
226,062 03
66,042 03
3,926 03
6,224 04
33,199 03
4,325 05
2,101 02
5,654 03
8,210 03
7,885 02
4,994 01
5,692 01
15,356 02
158,947 01
16,337 06
11,024 03
31,953 03
12,883 03
3,110 02
53,614 05
26,455 02
38,661 .03
8,597 04
2,854 02
18,719 03
21,500 01
42,696 03
8,595 02
27,231 04
13,981 04
37,810 03
3,950 02
161,664 03
9,231 04
95,352 02
31,731 03
117,638 02
80,235 02
20,627 02
14,135 02
20,223 02
15,722 03
21,828 02
50,698 04
9,277 03
12,175 01
9,714 03
3,300 01
56,465 03
2,819 01
16,652 04
11.672 03


----~5--


--


,.


~


. ;I--


^^


--


.v_


-


--


----


----


--;;----


--


-

-
61,070

-
-
-
-
-
99,482
96,633
-
-
-


48,042

-
-

-


68,295
-
32,603
55,475
317,088
7,091

-
-
-

189,484

-

-
103,650
109,706
240,218


65,857


..


institutions


~


--


- 12,932
01


-
3,074

-


89,044
64,500
642
81,785



11,071

-


-


77,394
-
45,704


52,792
-

-
-

-

-
-
-


19,015
46,000
56,491

39.216
19.216


--~-I--


02%

-















24
-







01
-
-
-


-
02






13

11




02


*







06
04
*
-
47



01







01
-





01
-

-


-
01














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03
22

09


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TABLE III-F


ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES BY SOURCE FY 1972:
TOTAL ALL EIGHT TARGET GROUPS COMBINED


Total State
and Local
Expenditures


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
Washineton


NDEA III


Vocational
Educational
Acts


Other
Federal
Sources


Total
Federal
Expenditures


17,450
3,597
15,765
4,901
8,367
96,886
3,296
11,785
3,124
-
9,017
15,413
495,380
-
5,348
107,573
-
2,663
6,472
10,877
2,236
5,536
3,724
8,215
4,269
7,117
4,131
10,545
39,678
3,803
10,529
8,444
7,710
2,686
14,569
20,972
19,139
4,089
2,000
8,958
14,972
13,037
4,880
8,166
14,472
45,000
9,011
125,465
13,653
54,156
16,963
73,164
66,941
13,875
7,425
17,910
27,989
17,603
16,493
4,670
7,789
3,705
5,908
28,606
11,188
4,878
2.897


70,407
10,074
104,654
86,223
144,186
526,084
16,098
17,254
29,330
195,527
67,305
38,993
868,308
33,256
13,578
393,813
244,549
-
17,441
13,599
6,413
8,630
17,107
32,331
15,449
12,433
35,660
60,693
272,148
33,703
63,631
40,018
9,950
24,227
39,456
145,084
143,913
5,323
11,580
7,996
147,272
131,781
35,018
121,220
5,093
58,826
-
627,440
-
260,377
202,979
969,011
237,990
44,743
122,531
61,060
76,992
139,370
56,616
22,344
508,403
29,948
18,605
114,235
46,073
17,714
2. 344


997,749
133,725
823,474
136,176
874,050
2,756,732
247,952
160,302
126,614
198,389
520,188
215,302
8,364,886
103,234
64,862
4,626,764
1,221,163
55,760
47,688
526,510
29,665
60,989
118,990
139,312
101,085
199,496
376,306
230,745
8,537,651
-
220,955
342,527
159,240
29,910
233,384
743,278
680,652
108,148
35,000
280,965
1,097,473
772,362
192,588
252,686
166,290
538,269
127,573
3,228,490
126,902
1,978,863
331,229
3,075,426
1,181,096
475,645
390,670
719,981
197,121
586,773
550,646
137,062
152,953
115,982
50,114
744,638
74,113
143,444
117.502


60%
59
58
39
51
41
52
65
54
35
47
34
50
33
44
55
48
39
30
43
36
47
55
49
30
55
76
31
71
-
52
33
43
23
23
50
45
47
20
50
59
50
46
41
45
43
55
54
53
42
27
52
33
57
45
57
38
47
43
48
17
30
20
41
29
36
28


$ 1,658,449
228,234
1,414,182
346,306
1,706,474
6,694,373
481,446
245,720
236,271
572,865
1,097,114
635,274
16,569,937
313,628
149,095
8,478,387
2,552,687
141,541
157,048
1,229,860
82,519
130,815
214,746
281,769
339,417
360,959
498,353
754,286
12,098,845
279,332
423,103
1,029,811
371,587
132,680
1,013,769
1,475,290
1,519,826
228,706
173,588
566,585
1,867,251
1,532,015
417,547
611,774
373,290
1,257,950
232,198
6,012,670 *
241,391
4,669,003
1,211,699
5,880,107
3,577,296
836,616
862,692
1,257,402
514,062
1,243,804
1,267,532
285,897
903,792
382,600,
248,685
1,836,553
256,067
400,130
415.469


$ 19,230,095
3,602,058
15,809,111
3,715,811
43,063,928
158,090,280
1,850,778
7,740,333
4,419,729
3,364,105
11,626,841
5,330,025
222,059,524
2,473,243
1,422,963
90,551,762
38,856,387
1,439,655
3,182,617
11,829,686
2,333,619
803,851
2,447,911
1,967,012
2,854,029
3,139,208
4,193,241
7,414,474
102,468,701
2,828,191
8,552,416
6,349,965
2,345,854
622,092
13,543,781
24,318,753
15,934,564
3,017,165
984,704
2,823.209
15,195,344
17,078,974
7,183,980
12,615,506
6,754,887
23,796,031
3,094,313
75,105,486
6,864,095
63,458.985
12,563,187
73,786,820
49,896,508
8,548,907
5,822,447
9,161,741
10,154,453
23,484,026
25,732,339
2,737,446
4,007,788
3,328,944
1,447,553
25,845,384
2,600,556
3,254,778
3.153.849


TOTAL $1,637,080 02% $7,934,409 08% $52,355,709 50% $105,480,369 $1,355,275,998

*Less than 01%


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TABLE IV


ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES FOR NINE SELECTED SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES FY 1972:
TOTAL ALL EIGHT TARGET GROUPS COMBINED


Direct Educative Services


English
Language
Abrt


$


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
Washington


Social
Science/
Social
Studies
16% $ 2,726 % $
22 -
07 -
* 13,592 04
14 -
15 101,028 02
20 -
08 -


%
360 *
70,000 05
36,944 11

254,173 04


474 *

67,643 06

469,552 03


80,620 01
14,601 01


2,915 *
333 *
2,843 02


10,397 03

40.082 08
38,557 05
153,456 01
1,000 *
82,180 19
55,931 05
26,302 07

54,899 05
20,651 01
57,602 04
469 *
700 *

45,357 02

25,314 06
74,421 12



556,000 09
581 *
361,499 08
28,579 02
9,009 *

36,309 04
5,850 01
26,861 02
31,642 06
52,556 04
170,923 13

10,517 01

6,565 03

1,882 01
80,060 20
45,975 11


I


Reading
$ 268,531
49,695
102,000
1,692
240,519
977,470
97,021
20,672
52,121
59,028
59,031
111,266
1,588,348
2,456
45,296
314,395
359,075
12,797
33,711
2,915
38,880
15,714
53,734
13,093
103,267
60,894
25,330
142,709
1,429,218
43,825

223,644
46,235
17,889
227,790
250,568
349,240
27,150
24,069
116,619
177,970
310,906
104,388
35,319
160,529

31,325
159,258
495
357,314
148,740
606,734
1,292,932
36,275
168,642
133,607
33,110
78,337
170,923
27,628
154,754
71,534
10,498
275,329
46,100
88,839
2.732


Natural
Science
and Math-
ematics
% $


474

53,976

331,375


81,668



2,915
333
3,677




22,947

245,950





62,131
2,300
33,038
467


*
07
06


363
95,690
22,396

101,030


474
36,788
54,966

485,003


91,790
81,550

18,000
2,915
334
4,840




22,946
773
337,643
2,000


24,152

58,562
88,062
32,177
467
14,300
104,957
30,472

1,928
2,192



6,100
1,127
15,017
28,463
26,578

36,274
9,360
26,861
1,213
76,986

7,522
10,516
400
6,660
40,736


45.575


Vocational
Skills
and
Attitudes
6,332 *.%
295 *
16,960 01
28,053 08
21,836 01
180,132 03
6,819 01
3,273 .01
3,007 01
195,000 34
9,159 01

592,896 04
2,110 01

26,700 *
96,808 04


9,500 01
6,413 08



35,925 11
13,241 04
3,976 01
54,636 07
74,406 01

5,134 01
4,559 *
9,950 03
921 01
12,103 01
51,367 03
7,117 *


2,998 01
75,465 04
14,230 01
9,643 02
4,713 01
1,093 *


115,164 02

321,244 07
28,544 02
992,080 17
92,885 03
41,393 05
22,980 03


54,682 04
30,197 02
6,077 02
206,543 23

1,944 01
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4,272
261
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26,861
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52,553

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10,000
300
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TABLE. IV


ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES FOR NINE SELECTED SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES FY 1972:
TOTAL ALL EIGHT TARGET GROUPS COMBINED


Supporting Services

Guidance
A-V and All Total
Books, Counseling, Health Food Other Federal
District Etc. Testing Services Services Services Expenditures
Alachua $ 51,877 03% $ 19,721 01% $ 49,664 03% $ 631,257 38% $ 628,341 38% $ 1,658,449
Baker 11,519 05 133 69 106,101 46 59,699 26 228,234
Bay 57,113 04 13,450 01 33,768 02 419,682 30 605,519 43 1,414,182
Bradford 22,523 07 7,975 02 136,176 39 76,955 23 346,306
Brevard 136,281 08 764,357 45 543,481 32 1,706,474
Broward 419,755 06 60,520 01 39,319 01 1,711,002 26 2,849,944 43 6,694,373
Calhoun 16,789 03 15,790 03 6,955 01 82,297 17 255,775 53 481,446
Charlotte 11,976 05 4,336 02 98,723 40 106,740 43 245,720
Citrus 8,452 04 126,614 54 44,655 19 236,271
Clay 23,318 04 6,668 01 178,914 31 73,149 13 572,865
Collier 32,509 03 3,055 9,338 01 467,635 43 339,802 31 1,097,114
Columbia 27,952 04 1,828 9,742 02 200,524 32 283,962 45 635,274
Dade 424,517 03 171,937 01 46,314 6,402,304 39 6,057,691 37 16,569,937
De Soto 4,223 01 256 101,165 32 203,418 65 313,628
Dixie 9,828 07 300 64,862 44 28,809 19 149,095
Duval 317,271 04 76,031 01 302,720 04 2,960,145 35 4,227,047 50 8,478,387
Escambia 95,565 04 66,619 03 14,424 01 1,046,773 41 777,272 30 2,552,687
Flagler 5,472 04 55,760 39 67,512 48 141,541
Franklin 9,596 06 2,850 02 2,500 02 46,688 30 43,703 28 157,048
Gadsden 40,806 03 526,510 43 641,384 52 1,229,860
Gilchrist 4,325 05 29,665 36 2,236 03 82,519
Glades 2,589 02 7,790 06 3,100 02 57,465 44 32,797 25 130,815
Gulf 8,896 04 118,990 55 33,126 15 214,746
Hamilton 23,425 08 12,000 04 3,300 01 153,820 55 76,131 27 281,769
Hardee 9,522 03 160 102.314 30 77.832 23 339,417
Hendry 14,404 04 88 11,344 03 118,228 33 142,760 40 360,959
Hernando 10,812 02 2,663 01 4,970 01 149,781 30 214,846 43 498,353
Highlands 41,609 06 78 167,806 22 308,118 41 754,286
Hillsborough 284,807 02 38,739 67,257 01 3,104,308 26 6,363,061 53 12,098,845
Holmes 45.492 16 3,800 01 6,487 02 176,728 63 279,332
Indian River 14,946 04 220,955 52 99,888 24 423,103
Jackson 134,515 13 2,245 342,527 33 266,390 26 1,029,811
Jefferson 12,883 03 159,240 43 92,825 25 371,587
Lafayette 3,909 03 595 29,910 23 79,456 60 132,680
Lake 85,845 08 5,455 01 237,840 23 269,144 27 1,013,769
Lee 48,588 03 200 560,485 38 453,069 31 1,475,290
Leon 83,702 06 6,400 488,662 32 461,888 30 1,519,826
Levy 14,882 07 218 4,675 104,252 46 76,126 33 228,706
Liberty 3,954 02 -35,000 20 95,565 55 173,588
Madison 23,898 04 30,000 05 191,670 34 96,443 17 566,585
Manatee 26,036 01 71,805 .04 23,316 01 437,342 23 941,185 50 1,867,251
Marion 43,411 03 4,000 18,200 01 579,234 38 562,034 37 1,532,015
Martin 23,891 06 5,936 01 3,160 01 132,955 32 110,332 26 417,547
Monroe 41,248 07 11,600 02 145,166 24 297,115 49 611,774
Nassau 28,129 08 4,000 01 166,290 45 13,249 04 373,290
Okaloosa 97,327 08 81,827 07 18,984 02 423,244 34 636,568 51 1,257,950
Okeechobee 12,961 06 10,516 05 4,808 02 119,489 51 53,099 23 232,198
Orange 388,868 06 50,200 01 1,225 2,809,510 47 1,920,245 32 6,012,670
Osceola 22,387 09 9,500 04 1,275 01 126,902 53 78,224 32 241,391
Palm Beach 208,307 04 320,329 07 1,575,379 34 1,505,642 32 4,669,003
Pasco 66,533 05 10,543 01 18,915 02 317,944 26 563,177 46 1,211,699
Pinellas 238,993 04 231,675 04 6,100 1,608,428 27 2,151,501 37 5,880,107
Polk 115,294 03 20,533 01 1,042,533 29 1,013,119 28 3,577,296
Putnam 37,941 05 543 514,382 61 133,499 16 836,616
St. Johns 15,835 02 54,101 06 25,848 03 261,595 30 293,801 34. 862,692
St. Lucie 25,027 02 11,822 01 1,268 509,613 41 495,482 39 1,257,402
Santa Rosa 48,732 09 186,377 36 212,030 41 514,062
Sarasota 19,450 02 8,500 01 3,303 341,899 27 555,538 45 1,243,804
Seminole 58,412 05 1,608 553,476 44 281,993 22 1,267,532
Sumter 11,757 04 137.062 48 90,789 32 285,897
Suwannee 12,175 01 2,000 152,953 17 344,334 38 903,792
Taylor 18,881 05 1,000 115,982 30 174,503 46 382,600
Union 3,122 01 33,584 14 186,312 75 248,685
Volusia 118,732 06 400 5,500 775,745 42 548,911 30 1,836,553
Wakulla 11,690 05 4,875 02 71,261 28 115,871 45 256,067
Walton 20,015 05 9,500 02 143,444 36 44,717 11 400,130
Washington 11,805 03 110,113 27 163,091 39 415,469

TOTAL $4,327,304 04% $1,441,055 01% $795,506 01% $35,892,309 34% $40,819,648 39% $105,480,369

*Less than 01%