At least one Texas school district is using the internet to promote a temporary employment program as a way for teachers who are not covered by Social Security to exploit a loophole in the program's exemption laws. The little-known loophole allows participants to recoup money paid into the system, which they say is lost through a provision known as the Government Pension Offset.

The Coleman Independent School District in Texas advertises through its web site that by accepting positions of temporary employment, teachers who work in school districts not covered by Social Security


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