Teachers are more likely than nurses, social workers, and accountants to retire before age 65; meanwhile, the number of new teachers in California has been declining.

In recent years, education policymakers and researchers have expressed concern about how the anticipated retirements among baby boomer educators in public school systems will affect the ability to meet workforce needs.

A report produced by REL West projects California teacher retirements at the state and county levels for 2014/15–2023/24.

Visit the A Profile of California Teacher Retirements: A County and Regional Perspective resource page to read key findings and download your copy.