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Raw Data: Federal Education Funding by State

A state-by-state look at federal funding for ongoing education programs that reverted back to the U.S. Treasury last year after states failed to spend it:

State Available balance

Ala. $ 1,517,152

Alaska 396,396

American Samoa 901,109

Ariz. 3,013,975

Ark. 56,241

Calif. 1,680,554

Colo. 912,933

Conn. 915,805

Del. 522,817

D.C. 3,077,389

Fla. 3,525,865

Ga. 3,643,267

Guam 968,860

Hawaii 229,132

Idaho 241,109

Ill. 1,052,991

Ind. 1,485,081

Iowa 337,920

Kan. 79,947

Ky. 374,989

La. 6,060,902

Maine 31,579

Mariana Islands 77,922

Marshall Islands 0

Md. 1,772,645

Mass. 126,313

Mich. 5,093,607

Micronesia 364,604

Minn. 116,408

Miss. 793,899

Mo. 4,696,297

Mont. 279,013

Neb. 271,161

Nev. 685,696

N.H. 233,702

N.J. 3,447,871

N.M. 6,215,135

N.Y. 1,653,779

N.C. 80,381

N.D. 1,062,722

Ohio 580,218

Okla. 451,311

Ore. 692,200

Palau 65,488

Pa. 3,457,847

Puerto Rico 38,636,034

R.I. 37,488

S.C. 372,997

S.D. 131,527

Tenn. 3,869,768

Texas 11,007,911

Utah 108,715

Vt. 18,258

Va. 3,452,832

Virgin Islands 2,038,587

Wash. 424,657

W.Va. 118,118

Wis. 465,247

Wyo. 386,579

Nation 124,438,947

Source: U.S. Department of Education