Finally, we were unable to find the necessary data for some states: Michigan reduced funding by 38 percent for the No Worker Left Behind program, a job training and education grant program administered through the Department of Labor.
Washington is increasing premiums by an average of 70 percent for a health plan serving low-income residents.
Washington will reduce assistance for thousands of people who are physically or mentally incapacitated and unable to work in early The state provides these payments to an average of 2, disabled individuals each month who cannot work and are not eligible for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families TANF.
The South Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice has lost almost one-fourth of its state funding, resulting in over layoffs and the closing of five group homes, two dormitories, and 25 after-school programs. Michigan ended a medical coverage program for adults with dependent children unable to afford employer-sponsored health insurance after transitioning from welfare to work and exhausting the month transitional medical assistance available to them.
In its FY budget New York cut funding for public universities by 10 percent relative to the previous academic year, cut aid to community colleges by 11 percent and cut grants awarded by a financial aid program that serves students from low and moderate income families.
Michigan froze enrollment for long term care services and supports that help the developmentally disabled avoid institutionalization, resulting in people with developmental disabilities being placed on a waiting list. Also, Indiana and Kansas were excluded because changes in their education formulas between fiscal years and prevent meaningful comparisons across years.
Rhode Island cut state aid for K education and reduced the number of children who can be served by Head Start and similar services. Arizona closed down 11 Department of Motor Vehicle offices, resulting in layoffs of employees.
The program allows elderly residents to receive long-term care in their community rather than a nursing home. Premiums for the poorest plan members — those earning up to percent of the poverty line — will double.
North Carolina cut by 21 percent funding for a program targeted at small schools in low-income areas and with a high need for social workers and nurses. In Vermont, school property taxes are state taxes and are deposited into a state Education Fund, which covers the cost of pre-K-to public education.
Texas has cut the number of children in a child care subsidy program by about 4, and increased waiting lists. Iowa laid off almost state employees due to an across-the-board state agency cut of 10 percent.
Alabama has ended homemaker services for approximately 1, older adults. In recent rounds of budget cuts Maryland has laid off some employees. Arizona has eliminated a host of behavioral health services for 4, children ineligible to receive such services through Medicaid, and has also cut case management, therapy, and transportation services for 14, individuals participating in a non-Medicaid program for the seriously mentally ill.
Methodology The data on state and local K funding in this paper come from a review of state budget documents we conducted in the late summer and fall of Arizona eliminated preschool for 4, children, funding for schools to provide additional support to disadvantaged children from preschool to third grade, aid to charter schools, and funding for books, computers, and other classroom supplies.
In Minnesota, as a result of higher education funding cuts, approximately 9, students will lose their state financial aid grants entirely, and the remaining state financial aid recipients will see their grants cut by 19 percent.Cuts in California - Interactive Feature - mi-centre.com The Los Angeles Times The chairman of the board of the California State University says budget cuts to higher education risk destroying.
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These cuts include the automatic, across-the-board cuts known as sequestration, as well as other cuts also resulting from the Budget Control Act.  National Center for Education Statistics, Table 6; and Digest of Education Statistics:.Download