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Properly reporting teacher pensions would add about $1,000 to per-pupil costs, study finds

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Education costs taxpayers billions of dollars more each year than they’re being told, and teacher pensions are the culprit, according to a new Heritage Foundation study. The study found states are improperly reporting their education spending and hiding a serious expense. School districts report pension spending as the amount they contribute to retirement costs each year, instead of the...

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