North Carolina: New Hanover school employees that are fired, even convicted of felonies, eligible...

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    New Hanover school employees that are fired, even convicted of felonies, still eligible for retirement benefits

    Many assume that teachers and administrators who are found guilty of criminal acts or who are fired for egregious wrongdoing will lose their retirement benefits — a common theme in theories of why certain employees are ‘allowed to retire’ — but in reality things are far more complicated, and even those fired and convicted of felonies can continue to receive some benefits. It’s worth a closer look at the issue, in no small part because — in the wake of the conviction of former teacher Michael Earl Kelly and the resignation of Deputy Superintendent Dr. Rick Holliday — the New ...


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    New Hanover school employees that are fired, even convicted of felonies, still eligible for retirement benefits

    Many assume that teachers and administrators who are found guilty of criminal acts or who are fired for egregious wrongdoing will lose their retirement benefits — a common theme in theories of why certain employees are ‘allowed to retire’ — but in reality things are far more complicated, and even those fired and convicted of felonies can continue to receive some benefits. It’s worth a closer look at the issue, in no small part because — in the wake of the conviction of former teacher Michael Earl Kelly and the resignation of Deputy Superintendent Dr. Rick Holliday — the New ...


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