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Funding for Improving Teacher Quality State Grants - FY 2014 1

The total formula grant funding by state for Improving Teacher Quality State Grants in FY 2014. [More about...]

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52 (100.0%) states are within the specified range

State Sort states in alphabetical ascending orderSort states in alphabetical descending order Funding for Improving Teacher Quality State Grants - FY 2014 2 Sort states by data element value in ascending orderSort states by data element value in descending order In the Range
$10,868,717 - $255,375,794
National  $2,267,703,442  
Alabama  $36,416,339
Alaska  $10,868,717
Arizona  $35,645,355
Arkansas  $22,107,572
California  $255,375,794
Colorado  $25,594,046
Connecticut  $21,643,532
Delaware  $10,868,717
District of Columbia  $10,868,717
Florida  $103,371,830
Georgia  $60,146,485
Hawaii  $10,868,717
Idaho  $10,903,802
Illinois  $93,956,242
Indiana  $38,983,738
Iowa  $17,876,838
Kansas  $18,320,082
Kentucky  $35,973,221
Louisiana  $52,207,607
Maine  $10,868,717
Maryland  $33,311,758
Massachusetts  $41,954,888
Michigan  $91,594,462
Minnesota  $31,306,049
Mississippi  $34,138,485
Missouri  $39,579,707
Montana  $10,868,717
Nebraska  $11,145,660
Nevada  $11,482,025
New Hampshire  $10,868,717
New Jersey  $52,368,311
New Mexico  $18,098,014
New York  $188,580,908
North Carolina  $50,023,952
North Dakota  $10,868,717
Ohio  $86,136,821
Oklahoma  $26,313,130
Oregon  $22,209,088
Pennsylvania  $93,815,777
Puerto Rico  $70,625,293
Rhode Island  $10,868,717
South Carolina  $28,614,773
South Dakota  $10,868,717
Tennessee  $38,968,920
Texas  $187,583,588
Utah  $14,990,525
Vermont  $10,868,717
Virginia  $40,857,535
Washington  $37,535,132
West Virginia  $19,697,512
Wisconsin  $37,824,042
Wyoming  $10,868,717

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1 Description: The total formula grant funding by state for Improving Teacher Quality State Grants in FY 2014.; Academic Year: 2013-14; Grade: N/A; Note: Funds included in the tables below are from programs that allocate funds to States using a statutory formula. The totals do not reflect all Department of Education funds that flow to a State. States and other entities may also receive funds from grants that are awarded on a competitive basis. These tables also include for each State financial support from selected student aid programs that provide funds to the postsecondary institution that a student attends. Also shown for each State is the dollar amount of new federally supported loans made to students attending postsecondary institutions located in the State.; Source: http://www2.ed.gov/about/overview/budget/statetables/13stbystate.pdf; Data Uploaded On: 02/27/2015