Surviving and Thriving on a Teacher’s Salary

Rae Pica with Danny Kofke, Judy Lawrence, Joan Young, Susan Ochshorn

There’s something wrong when teachers are qualifying for food stamps, forced to work second jobs to make ends meet, and forgoing vacations. Surviving on a teacher’s salary is tough, but our guests say you can actually live well on what you earn. Find out how.

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March 26, 2013
Episode Guests
Danny Kofke is currently a special education teacher in Georgia. His love of teaching and finances led him to write three personal finance books, including, How To Survive (and perhaps thrive) On A Teacher’s Salary and Mini-Millionaires: Teaching Kids How To Win With Money. Judy Lawrence, MS Ed., is a financial Ccounselor, money coach and author of the best-selling book The Budget Kit: Common Cents Money Management Workbook, in print for over three decades with over 425,000 copies sold. Joan Young is a 4th grade teacher in the San Francisco Bay Area. She blogs at Allkidscanflourish.blogspot.com. Susan Ochshorn is the founder of ECEP olicy Works, a New York consulting firm that links early childhood research, policy, and practice, laying the foundation for healthy, successful, productive citizens
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