Dallas ISD teachers were paid 15 percent of their salaries, up to $10,000, as part of cost-cutting incentives to get them to leave early. But now the district could use some of those teachers back to fill 230 positions.
Many people in their 40s and 50s are feeling the painful equation. When the market drops, so do their 401ks. It seems the only thing going up these days is the retirement age.
In its long list of sometimes unpopular ideas for cutting the budget, Fort Worth ISD is now looking at one of the most controversial: changes to its Terminal Pay program, which planners say could eventually save tens of millions of dollars.
The crisis in the classroom has some school districts turning to incentives, like early retirement.
They say you are only as old as you feel-
Tonight: There's No Such Thing as El Chupacabra!, Raising the Retirement Age?, Obama to Cause Parents to Freak Out Again, and more…
From local wildlife to hard-hitting national issues, tonight’s show from 7-9 promises to be another jam-packed Mel Gibson-action-movie-style thriller. At 7:05: Following the shooting death of what some believed to be El Chupacabra in Hood […]