What We’re Watching: Over a Million Teachers Aren’t Covered by Social Security

By 10/26/2017

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In 15 states, teachers are not covered by Social Security. Why not? And how does this affect the ability of teachers to retire? The answers are in this explainer created by TeacherPensions.org just in time for National Retirement Security Week.

Readers of the EdNext blog may have learned of this problem in a 2014 blog entry by Leslie Kan: “Why Aren’t All Teachers Covered by Social Security?

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