To sir (or ma'am) with love: please stay

Lee, Karen
June 2001
Employee Benefit News;06/01/2001, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p45
Offers a look at the efforts of state and local governments to retain teachers who are expected to retire in the United States. Use of benefit programs for teacher retention; Changes in teachers' retirement benefits; Estimated number of elementary and secondary teachers needed to replace the retirees between 1998 and 2008.


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