Research February 2022

Americans’ Views of Public School Teachers and Personnel in the Wake of COVID-19

A new national survey finds deep public concern about the K-12 public school workforce. Americans’ Views of Public School Teachers and Personnel in the Wake of COVID-19 finds that eighty-three percent of Americans express concerns about public school staff shortages, while 81 percent are worried about workforce burnout. Conducted by Greenwald Research, this new national […]

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Press Release February 28, 2022

83% of Americans Worried About K-12 Public School Staff Shortages

83 Percent of Americans Worried About K-12 Public School Staff Shortages, New National Institute on Retirement Security Survey Finds Retirement and Healthcare Benefits Viewed as Key Tools to Attract and Retain Public School Teachers and Staff WASHINGTON, D.C., February 28, 2022 – A new national survey finds deep public concern about the K-12 public school […]

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In the News

Retirement is expensive. Pensions can help.

In a new Forbes column, Dan Doonan writes that the United States is not the only nation facing a retirement savings crisis. He says that many advanced, post-industrial democracies are struggling with similar challenges presented by an aging population. And just like in the U.S., these countries may have a variety of different retirement savings […]

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Award

Winners Announced of 2022 Innovative Pension Funding Award

The National Institute on Retirement Security and the Conference of Consulting Actuaries have announced 3 winners of a new public pension funding competition and award: Innovative Public Pension Funding Strategies.

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