Impact of Sequestration on Federal Education Programs

ALABAMA
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 19,154 677 258 222 3,170 1,429 86 338 321 14,929 450 519 4,819 1,720 802 993 1,346 2,553 10,345

Students Affected 29,500 300 300 1,770 --1,360 1,090 16,760 1,540 5,990 600 260 3,030 21,660 2,040 20,000 8,220 2,390 1,410

Potential Job Losses 300 11 4 4 47 35 1 5 5 235 7 8 42 26 14 8 11 23 460

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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ALASKA
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 3,054 107 628 11,618 942 463 14 29 87 2,999 101 178 824 378 86 66 70 188 1,183

Students Affected 3,270 100 530 1,590 --530 290 540 1,270 1,310 180 70 180 1,860 270 1,850 380 210 140

Potential Job Losses 20 1 3 58 9 4 0 0 0 15 1 1 7 2 0 1 1 2 110

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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ARIZONA
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 25,380 861 695 14,369 3,142 1,984 109 325 1,512 15,459 429 770 4,956 1,622 976 1,486 958 810 10,018

Students Affected 22,980 450 1,420 3,560 --3,840 2,230 5,830 9,200 9,210 1,250 420 880 18,790 1,865 42,100 5,770 760 1,140

Potential Job Losses 410 14 11 232 50 50 2 5 24 250 7 12 28 26 18 16 10 9 490

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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ARKANSAS
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 12,705 438 491 30 1,917 977 55 388 257 9,208 431 334 2,978 1,023 480 380 614 1,791 6,186

Students Affected 21,990 340 580 190 --1,140 130 14,160 2,210 4,240 1,090 270 1,190 10,870 2,795 7,430 5,060 1,860 910

Potential Job Losses 150 5 6 0 32 18 1 4 3 105 5 4 35 13 6 4 6 17 380

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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CALIFORNIA
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 136,654 4,830 11,467 5,207 22,161 10,174 611 903 13,350 100,700 3,088 4,292 23,252 9,706 7,461 6,305 8,242 6,963 78,831

Students Affected 285,050 7,280 16,750 4,460 --27,420 24,700 11,120 119,090 49,790 6,050 2,820 5,820 169,450 53,010 169,420 60,780 6,130 8,510

Potential Job Losses 1,290 46 108 49 241 149 6 9 126 950 29 40 122 93 79 45 58 51 2,880

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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COLORADO
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 12,026 423 659 1,558 2,224 961 54 189 818 12,682 398 580 3,211 1,202 570 841 1,040 1,126 6,649

Students Affected 16,520 860 580 1,580 --1,770 1,250 4,390 8,790 6,160 1,010 500 760 11,440 1,220 16,390 7,080 1,300 860

Potential Job Losses 175 6 10 23 36 22 1 3 12 185 6 8 18 19 9 9 11 13 400

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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CONNECTICUT
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 8,662 302 219 351 1,850 658 38 95 476 10,917 394 335 1,678 750 457 711 898 380 4,835

Students Affected 8,380 810 350 420 --1,400 140 960 2,480 4,960 650 380 360 11,170 2,390 13,780 9,770 520 580

Potential Job Losses 90 3 2 4 19 11 0 1 5 115 4 3 10 8 5 5 7 3 210

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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DELAWARE
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 3,554 123 65 2 942 463 16 4 102 2,832 101 178 824 378 137 125 129 269 1,262

Students Affected 5,260 140 120 30 --360 160 530 570 1,390 180 80 220 3,060 440 3,410 1,080 120 180

Potential Job Losses 35 1 1 0 11 7 0 0 1 30 1 2 5 4 2 1 1 2 70

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 3,677 126 100 77 942 463 16 0 64 1,424 20 178 1,087 378 107 589 893 459 2,293

Students Affected 5,210 360 70 320 --460 200 0 390 910 120 40 360 250 340 18,230 5,460 230 290

Potential Job Losses 40 1 1 1 12 7 0 0 1 15 0 2 7 3 1 5 7 4 170

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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FLORIDA
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 61,475 2,192 2,109 465 9,008 4,761 277 208 3,553 51,898 1,484 1,815 13,340 4,154 3,207 2,892 3,422 1,792 25,782

Students Affected 99,460 7,320 2,510 3,570 --6,130 3,870 10,660 20,410 26,430 3,070 1,040 3,500 48,640 22,360 80,450 20,500 1,750 3,110

Potential Job Losses 950 34 33 7 148 114 4 3 55 800 23 28 65 64 56 32 38 20 1,170

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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GEORGIA
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 41,160 1,428 784 1,785 5,265 3,310 181 587 1,256 26,977 787 1,158 8,155 2,652 1,520 1,404 1,922 1,582 16,342

Students Affected 73,040 1,820 820 3,030 --2,710 1,760 25,310 6,100 13,390 1,360 580 1,860 39,010 6,470 32,040 13,320 1,650 2,030

Potential Job Losses 590 21 11 26 79 74 3 8 18 390 11 17 63 43 25 17 24 20 680

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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HAWAII
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 3,742 132 98 3,769 942 463 17 0 289 3,277 80 178 940 453 175 121 178 456 2,106

Students Affected 9,920 --190 2,080 --870 240 0 1,480 1,410 200 160 350 3,090 770 1,960 1,000 400 260

Potential Job Losses 50 2 1 47 12 9 0 0 4 40 1 2 6 5 2 1 1 4 80

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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IDAHO
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 4,553 160 357 479 942 463 20 102 161 4,541 176 206 1,430 538 194 156 208 538 2,243

Students Affected 8,570 130 390 310 --580 160 2,720 1,280 1,930 280 150 700 7,900 650 5,740 1,910 540 250

Potential Job Losses 70 2 5 7 15 11 0 2 2 70 3 3 10 8 3 2 2 6 160

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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ILLINOIS
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 52,800 1,868 260 1,136 8,098 4,124 236 577 2,344 41,578 1,419 1,411 8,734 3,493 1,777 3,185 4,299 2,820 25,866

Students Affected 56,930 1,040 330 1,100 --3,810 2,740 10,590 12,670 21,050 3,030 1,610 1,930 41,850 9,260 49,300 32,170 2,520 3,410

Potential Job Losses 505 18 2 11 76 61 2 6 22 400 14 13 40 38 19 32 44 28 1,040

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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INDIANA
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 21,809 763 526 9 3,410 1,598 97 119 686 21,180 716 732 5,967 2,125 827 1,293 1,719 934 9,482

Students Affected 17,980 310 340 210 --2,080 720 6,890 3,950 12,000 1,490 780 1,290 8,040 3,450 39,900 16,280 950 1,260

Potential Job Losses 310 11 7 0 45 35 1 2 10 300 10 10 22 31 13 15 20 11 390

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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IOWA
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 7,039 250 182 15 1,545 488 32 402 266 10,024 321 341 2,605 1,073 302 1,118 1,158 1,326 4,877

Students Affected 7,550 290 190 20 --430 240 6,120 1,730 4,980 610 310 1,020 11,990 850 32,360 14,500 1,350 660

Potential Job Losses 110 4 3 0 23 11 0 6 4 150 5 5 18 14 5 9 9 11 240

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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KANSAS
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 8,819 313 1,032 2,190 1,581 709 40 316 338 8,773 349 350 2,237 919 308 438 664 1,090 4,921

Students Affected 10,520 220 320 740 --1,140 540 6,580 2,670 4,540 870 360 810 6,630 765 13,040 6,000 1,030 710

Potential Job Losses 170 6 20 42 27 21 1 6 7 170 7 7 13 16 7 5 8 14 290

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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KENTUCKY
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 18,340 638 723 67 3,101 1,423 81 478 307 12,983 821 478 4,460 1,606 744 795 1,161 1,678 10,328

Students Affected 31,060 5,640 530 730 --2,400 1,700 19,400 1,850 6,690 1,430 400 1,760 16,220 3,450 20,190 10,770 1,690 1,370

Potential Job Losses 330 12 13 1 47 40 1 9 6 235 15 9 31 26 15 8 11 18 500

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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LOUISIANA
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 23,663 804 355 692 4,443 1,758 102 271 253 15,538 521 536 4,280 1,888 761 577 1,189 1,595 13,823

Students Affected 39,420 900 590 580 --1,250 1,860 12,900 1,030 5,850 920 440 1,520 16,370 2,280 12,910 8,070 1,460 1,830

Potential Job Losses 345 12 5 10 66 40 1 4 4 225 8 8 24 26 12 5 11 16 590

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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MAINE
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 4,218 147 120 165 942 463 19 209 59 4,493 202 178 1,262 453 151 544 640 591 2,595

Students Affected 2,410 190 50 150 --960 30 6,970 350 2,320 310 90 290 1,400 795 9,840 6,750 550 320

Potential Job Losses 60 2 2 2 14 10 0 3 1 65 3 2 9 7 2 6 7 7 150

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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MARYLAND
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 15,939 570 174 489 2,859 1,170 72 0 826 16,439 536 619 3,257 1,329 792 838 1,251 996 7,356

Students Affected 12,840 520 540 3,390 --1,050 900 0 4,100 7,440 1,080 640 1,100 14,980 2,885 20,200 8,230 1,030 880

Potential Job Losses 130 5 1 4 33 15 1 0 7 130 4 5 31 14 7 9 14 11 270

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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Impact of Sequestration on Federal Education Programs

MASSACHUSETTS
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 17,205 599 354 18 3,582 1,352 76 117 1,077 23,308 796 620 3,761 1,554 843 2,293 3,676 1,563 10,099

Students Affected 24,690 600 170 120 --2,140 800 1,050 3,650 12,310 1,350 1,260 1,910 9,690 1,840 38,340 38,860 1,680 1,090

Potential Job Losses 170 6 4 0 34 21 1 1 11 235 8 6 31 18 9 24 39 16 480

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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MICHIGAN
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 43,934 1,476 812 343 7,840 3,385 187 408 873 32,881 1,009 999 8,793 3,141 1,143 2,124 2,533 1,631 22,026

Students Affected 49,910 1,590 720 190 --2,440 800 13,590 5,280 15,540 1,730 890 2,790 22,230 2,420 57,480 22,220 1,180 2,930

Potential Job Losses 495 17 9 4 82 59 2 5 10 370 11 11 42 36 14 17 21 14 910

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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MINNESOTA
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 12,968 458 200 1,636 2,708 1,020 58 294 710 15,585 597 601 3,784 1,497 501 1,379 1,608 1,642 6,895

Students Affected 13,340 630 170 360 --1,930 720 5,440 5,320 8,880 1,260 440 1,040 13,470 3,950 31,610 14,290 1,250 880

Potential Job Losses 150 5 2 19 35 18 1 3 8 180 7 7 31 18 7 13 16 16 410

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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Impact of Sequestration on Federal Education Programs

MISSISSIPPI
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 15,269 517 158 173 2,927 1,184 65 571 136 9,866 340 357 3,368 1,199 521 637 951 878 14,838

Students Affected 32,260 440 150 470 --1,680 500 19,610 390 4,430 860 180 1,190 12,690 1,755 12,220 6,670 840 2,220

Potential Job Losses 235 8 2 3 53 28 1 9 2 150 5 5 43 17 9 7 10 10 750

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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MISSOURI
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 18,847 642 245 1,693 3,415 1,557 81 711 418 18,651 482 660 5,211 1,879 763 1,067 1,659 1,395 11,435

Students Affected 21,190 1,320 260 540 --1,710 970 16,580 1,380 8,970 1,310 440 1,460 16,180 3,100 21,190 14,620 1,810 1,500

Potential Job Losses 270 9 4 24 58 35 1 10 6 270 7 9 21 28 12 13 21 18 530

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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MONTANA
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 3,690 127 97 3,542 942 463 16 438 11 3,061 95 178 923 441 107 133 261 724 1,974

Students Affected 4,320 30 110 770 --950 110 4,360 30 1,180 140 60 360 1,510 270 3,010 2,160 730 250

Potential Job Losses 55 2 1 52 15 11 0 6 0 45 1 3 6 6 2 1 3 8 170

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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NEBRASKA
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 5,915 210 477 1,456 965 463 27 357 220 6,131 181 225 1,472 612 199 300 450 714 3,472

Students Affected 7,800 90 320 530 --570 160 4,350 1,680 3,260 420 130 510 11,680 725 6,060 4,230 720 440

Potential Job Losses 95 3 8 23 15 12 0 6 4 100 3 4 15 10 4 4 6 9 200

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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NEVADA
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 8,974 321 57 250 1,019 627 41 9 727 5,814 180 319 1,752 455 469 175 194 546 2,465

Students Affected 13,070 720 70 890 --1,090 720 310 7,110 3,410 620 220 310 6,560 735 3,740 1,120 400 250

Potential Job Losses 110 4 1 3 14 12 0 0 9 70 2 4 8 6 6 2 2 6 100

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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NEW HAMPSHIRE
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 3,218 112 52 1 942 463 14 204 77 3,897 125 178 919 453 140 389 526 203 1,279

Students Affected 1,870 190 80 10 --650 130 4,560 300 2,160 260 150 360 1,730 500 8,910 6,890 150 140

Potential Job Losses 40 1 1 0 13 9 0 3 1 50 2 2 7 7 2 4 6 2 60

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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NEW JERSEY
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 24,888 874 334 925 4,506 1,869 111 170 1,793 29,679 915 910 4,562 1,887 1,301 1,268 1,573 945 12,309

Students Affected 30,440 780 430 410 --1,270 80 1,580 4,460 17,020 1,390 920 1,740 14,300 2,810 26,960 13,820 640 1,290

Potential Job Losses 205 7 3 8 49 24 1 1 15 240 7 7 19 20 12 12 15 9 500

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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NEW MEXICO
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 9,904 346 110 7,821 1,570 716 44 201 334 7,483 256 246 1,954 719 345 298 556 789 5,147

Students Affected 17,830 290 80 2,010 --1,070 720 5,530 4,730 3,420 410 410 610 8,020 1,965 5,800 3,100 900 640

Potential Job Losses 140 5 2 108 25 15 1 3 5 105 4 3 10 10 5 3 5 7 270

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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NEW YORK
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 90,719 3,137 1,102 2,800 16,032 7,163 397 281 4,587 62,328 2,714 1,973 11,536 4,608 3,469 4,637 7,503 2,883 40,650

Students Affected 86,050 2,300 1,050 6,030 --12,200 2,350 9,220 19,110 31,920 5,250 2,480 5,360 28,010 11,420 97,420 70,110 2,570 4,150

Potential Job Losses 810 28 10 25 152 99 4 3 41 560 24 18 54 49 35 37 60 23 1,760

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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NORTH CAROLINA
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 33,491 1,192 676 1,262 4,418 2,491 151 400 1,271 26,812 910 1,071 8,361 2,582 1,439 1,368 1,892 1,924 14,132

Students Affected 44,910 1,060 570 3,580 --2,140 990 23,990 9,110 13,890 1,540 880 3,520 54,910 10,430 24,290 18,050 1,850 1,690

Potential Job Losses 580 20 12 22 76 67 3 7 22 460 16 18 65 46 28 16 22 23 670

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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NORTH DAKOTA
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 2,916 102 27 2,201 942 463 13 76 7 2,300 65 178 824 378 84 220 267 430 1,651

Students Affected 1,930 920 80 400 --800 30 1,680 50 930 150 80 310 2,500 160 3,920 2,300 410 200

Potential Job Losses 45 2 0 33 16 11 0 1 0 35 1 3 6 5 1 3 3 5 120

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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OHIO
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 48,222 1,700 308 120 7,446 3,654 215 322 793 35,930 1,006 1,212 10,372 3,835 1,332 2,478 3,155 1,933 23,590

Students Affected 56,310 1,780 310 890 --2,720 1,490 15,500 3,270 19,340 1,960 1,220 2,070 22,050 4,330 55,100 27,820 2,060 3,220

Potential Job Losses 595 21 4 1 96 70 3 4 10 440 12 15 40 48 18 23 30 19 900

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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OKLAHOMA
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 13,319 466 159 2,885 2,293 973 59 1,026 372 12,143 292 450 3,391 1,354 507 559 822 1,993 8,037

Students Affected 30,520 580 100 2,760 --1,280 770 19,220 2,780 7,440 700 220 1,210 11,840 1,580 12,380 5,990 2,080 1,180

Potential Job Losses 220 8 3 47 40 24 1 17 6 200 5 7 26 22 9 6 9 22 520

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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OREGON
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 12,089 428 950 278 1,932 940 54 215 633 10,588 310 402 3,095 1,113 462 823 1,097 894 5,785

Students Affected 17,230 510 1,430 150 --980 1,900 7,310 4,340 5,900 810 260 470 9,570 2,020 17,810 10,810 920 950

Potential Job Losses 135 5 11 3 23 16 1 2 7 120 3 4 15 12 6 6 9 7 620

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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PENNSYLVANIA
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 47,523 1,678 868 70 8,048 3,374 212 142 1,174 35,064 1,123 1,231 10,293 3,653 1,522 3,424 4,353 1,752 21,544

Students Affected 49,510 4,220 750 1,160 --2,840 1,600 7,760 2,440 21,560 2,680 1,650 4,960 13,390 4,525 68,500 49,300 1,850 3,010

Potential Job Losses 530 19 10 1 96 58 2 2 13 390 12 14 84 44 19 30 38 16 990

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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RHODE ISLAND
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 4,012 139 42 125 942 463 18 9 201 3,591 134 178 835 453 190 478 597 185 2,061

Students Affected 4,380 250 180 190 --660 40 130 540 1,800 240 170 360 1,700 565 12,450 7,310 370 250

Potential Job Losses 30 1 0 1 11 5 0 0 2 30 1 1 6 4 2 5 6 2 80

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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SOUTH CAROLINA
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 17,547 619 170 123 2,500 1,409 78 226 369 14,540 574 513 4,504 1,492 710 791 1,025 1,462 8,164

Students Affected 22,290 710 610 1,180 --1,570 480 12,060 2,580 7,300 890 380 2,720 20,220 4,675 12,330 7,830 1,480 1,070

Potential Job Losses 260 9 3 2 40 33 1 3 5 220 9 8 55 22 12 9 11 17 330

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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SOUTH DAKOTA
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 3,576 125 84 4,222 942 463 16 95 61 2,740 118 178 824 378 99 230 336 277 1,778

Students Affected 2,860 580 40 750 --1,380 90 2,320 290 1,260 220 90 200 3,180 260 4,630 2,750 190 240

Potential Job Losses 75 3 2 88 19 15 0 2 1 60 2 4 5 7 2 3 4 4 140

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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TENNESSEE
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 23,245 831 90 299 3,419 1,736 105 318 468 19,444 554 690 5,848 1,925 992 1,032 1,440 1,316 11,284

Students Affected 51,860 5,020 220 1,210 --3,000 770 19,160 2,500 9,100 1,100 350 1,160 18,260 3,175 24,990 12,340 1,490 1,400

Potential Job Losses 375 13 1 5 57 43 2 5 8 310 9 11 44 31 18 12 17 16 480

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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TEXAS
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 114,122 4,018 5,309 8,255 16,415 8,564 508 1,469 8,378 80,638 1,831 3,277 19,170 7,238 4,581 3,449 4,180 4,814 46,051

Students Affected 271,100 3,940 4,520 5,780 --12,180 4,040 43,300 59,930 32,800 3,340 2,050 4,740 106,650 7,240 71,440 28,260 4,510 5,880

Potential Job Losses 2,120 75 99 153 286 247 9 27 156 1,500 34 61 105 130 96 37 45 55 2,390

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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UTAH
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 7,811 279 240 666 1,323 516 35 70 398 9,000 286 453 2,450 1,031 260 328 414 646 3,712

Students Affected 11,730 420 230 950 --1,400 770 800 3,820 5,130 730 290 1,500 13,830 2,230 14,000 2,350 540 480

Potential Job Losses 100 4 3 8 19 10 0 1 5 115 4 6 20 14 4 2 3 5 200

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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VERMONT
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 2,827 99 106 1 942 463 13 0 4 2,218 69 178 824 378 77 423 472 383 1,246

Students Affected 4,170 2,160 110 10 --1,090 20 0 10 990 140 70 540 780 145 5,280 5,490 360 130

Potential Job Losses 40 1 1 0 14 9 0 0 0 30 1 2 8 6 1 4 5 4 60

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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VIRGINIA
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 18,698 646 214 2,913 3,531 1,545 82 191 960 23,145 734 864 5,271 2,086 1,126 1,203 1,607 1,236 9,487

Students Affected 17,480 2,600 960 8,790 --2,090 980 8,160 8,050 11,880 1,370 730 1,630 31,160 2,670 33,470 14,100 1,200 1,170

Potential Job Losses 270 9 3 42 53 35 1 3 14 335 11 12 49 30 18 12 15 12 430

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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WASHINGTON
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 17,504 616 1,400 3,501 3,257 1,353 78 264 1,435 18,168 657 751 4,294 1,757 786 997 1,275 1,395 9,666

Students Affected 17,200 840 1,070 3,000 --2,190 1,480 6,310 7,640 9,440 1,200 480 1,070 41,940 5,570 23,540 8,830 1,230 990

Potential Job Losses 185 7 15 37 45 22 1 3 15 190 7 8 23 20 9 9 11 12 680

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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WEST VIRGINIA
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 7,875 278 87 1 1,674 582 35 213 50 6,236 280 178 2,100 756 318 387 525 677 4,789

Students Affected 10,360 580 100 5 --1,450 240 10,810 130 3,190 450 220 730 5,410 825 7,590 5,280 670 650

Potential Job Losses 105 4 1 0 25 12 0 3 1 85 4 2 22 11 5 5 6 8 260

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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WISCONSIN
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 19,035 678 110 1,076 3,271 1,357 86 284 546 17,092 762 603 4,811 1,816 564 1,296 1,478 1,675 8,656

Students Affected 20,970 2,310 170 370 --3,270 710 7,080 3,260 8,860 1,320 520 1,670 20,340 2,045 25,630 16,580 1,010 1,160

Potential Job Losses 210 7 1 12 39 23 1 3 6 185 8 7 21 21 7 14 16 18 490

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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WYOMING
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 2,758 96 73 1,129 942 463 13 2 0 2,326 85 178 824 378 67 85 100 294 1,106

Students Affected 3,190 110 70 440 --1,110 50 30 0 990 280 100 260 2,040 250 2,160 770 370 150

Potential Job Losses 40 1 1 15 12 10 0 0 0 30 1 2 4 5 1 1 1 3 90

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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PUERTO RICO
The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reduction process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. For fiscal year 2013, automatic, across-the-board budget cuts will be applied to almost all federal education programs. As required under

the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012, the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) released a report detailing the reductions necessary by budget account based on the same rate of operations as in fiscal year 2012. Under the assumptions used by OMB, the sequestration percentages for the nonexempt, nondefense function would be 8.2 percent for discretionary appropriations, and 7.6 percent for mandatory (or direct) spending. The impact on education from applying OMB's estimates is presented here. The estimates by OMB are preliminary. Appropriations legislation that is actually enacted for fiscal year 2013 may change the estimates.
Applying OMB's Estimate

Selected Program Grants to Local Educational Agencies (ESEA Title I, Part A) School Improvement State Grants (ESEA section 1003(g)) Migrant (ESEA I-C) and Neglected and Delinquent (ESEA I-D) Impact Aid Basic Support Payments (ESEA VIII section 8003(b)) Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (ESEA II, Part A) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (ESEA IV-B) 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) Adult Basic and Literacy Education State Grants (AEFLA & WIA section 503) 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 )

Funding Cut ($000) 37,921 1,201 50 101 6,081 3,179 152 0 279 9,450 251 378 5,613 1,656 1,025 1,081 1,488 1,318 22,881

Students Affected 41,260 --50 2,580 --5,080 340 0 190 9,420 1,210 420 2,070 2,670 2,915 45,950 15,080 1,400 3,080

Potential Job Losses 770 24 1 2 114 100 3 0 6 190 5 8 78 35 23 14 19 17 1,150

Source: NEA calculations using federal agency budget data and based on the report, OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-155), Office of Management and Budget, September 14, 2012. For more information, contact Tom Zembar at 202.822.7109 or TZembar@nea.org. As of September 14, 2012.

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