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Madison Expecting To Lose Veteran Educators

Story By: Brian Skowronski

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 2/26/2014

The Madison School District may be facing the loss of their top educators at the end of the school year.

At Wednesday nights board of education meeting, Madison Superintendent Lee Kaple discussed the possibility of the district losing their longest tenured educators.

"The next two years are going to be very busy years with the retirement incentive going away for teachers after 2015." Kaple remarked.

"We're going to lose some really valuable experience and some really talented people." Kaple added "But I'm secure in knowing that there's a lot of good young people out there or people early in their careers that are looking for positions."

The school district is already starting to receive retirement requests from faculty Kaple says, which he believes are likely due to the loss of incentives after next year.

   
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