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OMB Sequester Impact States

OMB Sequester Impact States

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Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the SequestrationTransparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contactTom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.
Impact of Sequestration on Federal Education Programs
Selected Program
I   S  C      0  3 
ALABAMA
Applying OMB's Estimate
Students AffectedPotential JobLossesFunding Cut($000)Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A)19,15429,500300School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g))Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D)Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A)Education for Homeless Children and Youths (MVHAA Title VII-B)Rural Education (ESEA VI-B)English Language Acquisition (ESEA III, Part A)Special Education Grants to States (IDEA-B-611)Preschool grants (IDEA-B-619)Grants for infants and families (IDEA-C)Vocational Rehabilitation State Grants (RA Title I-A and Title I-C)Career and Technical Education State Grants (Carl D. Perkins CTEA Title I)Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants (HEA IV-A-3)Federal Work-Study (HEA IV-C)Federal TRIO Programs (HEA IV-A-2, Chapter 1)Head Start (HSA section 639 )Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b))21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503)6772582223,1701,4298633832114,9294505194,8191,7208029931,3462,55310,3453003001,7701,3601,09016,7601,5405,9906002603,03021,6602,04020,0008,2202,3901,410114447351552357842261481123460---
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on DeficitReduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savingsof at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) hastriggered an automatic spending reduction process thatincludes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetaryresources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulatedin the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013,automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied toalmost all federal education programs. As required underthe Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of  Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailingthe reductions necessary by budget account based on thesame rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under theassumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentagesor the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percentor mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact oneducation from applying OMB's estimates is presentedhere. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted foriscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
 
Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the SequestrationTransparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contactTom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.
Impact of Sequestration on Federal Education Programs
Selected Program
I   S  C      0  3 
ALASKA
Applying OMB's Estimate
Students AffectedPotential JobLossesFunding Cut($000)Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A)3,0543,27020School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g))Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D)Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A)Education for Homeless Children and Youths (MVHAA Title VII-B)Rural Education (ESEA VI-B)English Language Acquisition (ESEA III, Part A)Special Education Grants to States (IDEA-B-611)Preschool grants (IDEA-B-619)Grants for infants and families (IDEA-C)Vocational Rehabilitation State Grants (RA Title I-A and Title I-C)Career and Technical Education State Grants (Carl D. Perkins CTEA Title I)Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants (HEA IV-A-3)Federal Work-Study (HEA IV-C)Federal TRIO Programs (HEA IV-A-2, Chapter 1)Head Start (HSA section 639 )Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b))21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503)10762811,6189424631429872,9991011788243788666701881,1831005301,5905302905401,2701,310180701801,8602701,8503802101401358940001511720112110---
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on DeficitReduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savingsof at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) hastriggered an automatic spending reduction process thatincludes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetaryresources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulatedin the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013,automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied toalmost all federal education programs. As required underthe Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of  Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailingthe reductions necessary by budget account based on thesame rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under theassumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentagesor the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percentor mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact oneducation from applying OMB's estimates is presentedhere. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted foriscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
 
Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the SequestrationTransparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contactTom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.
Impact of Sequestration on Federal Education Programs
Selected Program
I   S  C      0  3 
ARIZONA
Applying OMB's Estimate
Students AffectedPotential JobLossesFunding Cut($000)Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A)25,38022,980410School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g))Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D)Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A)Education for Homeless Children and Youths (MVHAA Title VII-B)Rural Education (ESEA VI-B)English Language Acquisition (ESEA III, Part A)Special Education Grants to States (IDEA-B-611)Preschool grants (IDEA-B-619)Grants for infants and families (IDEA-C)Vocational Rehabilitation State Grants (RA Title I-A and Title I-C)Career and Technical Education State Grants (Carl D. Perkins CTEA Title I)Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants (HEA IV-A-3)Federal Work-Study (HEA IV-C)Federal TRIO Programs (HEA IV-A-2, Chapter 1)Head Start (HSA section 639 )Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b))21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503)86169514,3693,1421,9841093251,51215,4594297704,9561,6229761,48695881010,0184501,4203,5603,8402,2305,8309,2009,2101,25042088018,7901,86542,1005,7707601,14014112325050252425071228261816109490---
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on DeficitReduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savingsof at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) hastriggered an automatic spending reduction process thatincludes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetaryresources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulatedin the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013,automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied toalmost all federal education programs. As required underthe Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of  Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailingthe reductions necessary by budget account based on thesame rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under theassumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentagesor the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percentor mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact oneducation from applying OMB's estimates is presentedhere. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted foriscal year 2013 may change the estimates.

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