Senate OKs letting some retired Michigan teachers return with pension – Crain’s Detroit Business

“Certain retired teachers could return to the classroom because of a shortage of substitutes or not enough full-time teachers in some subjects under legislation that cleared the Michigan Senate on Tuesday…

A law allowing teachers who retired after mid-2010 to teach again without losing their retirement benefits expired nearly 18 months ago. The measure would re-enact provisions that let public school retirees work in an area identified as a critical shortage discipline, as a substitute teacher or as an instructional coach or school improvement facilitators and still get a pension.”

Source: Senate OKs letting some retired Michigan teachers return with pension – Crain’s Detroit Business

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