The White House has released numbers on how every state would be affected by sequestration cuts. The study on Virginia claims about 90,000 civilian Department of Defense employees in the state would be furloughed, and military operations and projects would be cut back. The report says over 18,000 Virginians would not get the help and skills they need to find a job, over 3500 children would not receive vaccines, and about 700 victims of domestic violence would not get the services they need. The study says Head Start and Early Head Start would be eliminated for about 1000 kids in the state, over 2000 fewer low-income students in Virginia would receive aid, and 840 students would not get work-study jobs that help them pay for college. The White House report says Virginia will lose enough money in primary and secondary education to put about 190 teacher and teacher's aide jobs at risk, and the state would lose funding for about 170 teachers, aides, and staff who help children with disabilities.