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Education: State Continues To Make Same Mistakes

April 3, 2013

Early on, it looks as if the Common Core standards will find itself in the same place as No Child Left Behind — a rushed, underfunded road to the perfect education paved with good intentions that le......

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Apr-03-13 10:44 PM

Mommap- I think you should reread the article. I don't see how any reasonable person can conclude that one specific school district was ever mentioned. I never said "most" teachers get fully paid health benefits when they take early retirement. I know a great many school districts don't "retire then rehire" but a great many do. But the point I was trying to make was that there are a many ways that fiscal extravagance has permeated public education. If you were a little more circumspect, you shouldn't or wouldn't take that so personally. I have a good pension, but by the time I was 45 I had already worked more hours than the average teacher does in their entire career. In more instances than not, teachers get more in their pensions than I do. I'm not bitter about it but politicians are wanting everyone to work later in life before they can retire so maybe the future expectation should be 65 for teachers. After all,they don't work outdoors,weekends,nights nor summers

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