ON THE WEB: State Law 1-1 - Alabama Teachers

April 2008
Officer;Apr2008, Vol. 84 Issue 3, p68
The article features a website that discusses the ins and outs of state military leave laws in the U.S. The website focuses on a statute in Alabama that apparently violates the federal law on the state retirement credit received by teachers for performing military service before the start of their teaching careers.


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