Retired educators who return to teach burden pension system

Double-dipping educators help ease staffing shortfalls, but they can complicate planning for pension fund managers. In Arizona, retired teachers and principals are supposed to wait a year before returning to schools, but many circumvent that restriction by hiring on with small businesses, which then lease them back to their districts.

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