Why Alaska struggles with teacher retention

Teachers in Alaska work without a pension or social security benefits coming upon retirement, contributing to the difficulty schools have with retaining educators. The educators interviewed in this article say the retirement issue is among the reasons why more than 20% of teachers move out of Alaska each year, a problem that a study found is costing the state an estimated $20 million in annual expenditures related to teacher turnover.

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