N.J. schools experience record number of teacher retirements

07/11/2010 | MyCentralJersey.com (Somerville, N.J.)

In New Jersey, public-school teachers are expected to retire at about two times the normal rate -- perhaps in response to Gov. Chris Christie's hard-line stance on teacher pensions. About 6,840 teachers have announced their plans to retire in 2010 -- nearly double the 3,671 that did so in 2009. Officials say the larger number of retirements could help save some teachers' jobs as districts consider layoffs.

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