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Mad @ Mgmt

with Walter Simson

January 2013

Children don’t always benefit from disability payments

01/28/13

Children don’t always benefit from disability payments

About a month ago, Nick Kristof of The New York Times created a stir when he called out parents who pull $698 a month for their children’s mental disability. Actually, he called them out for cheating. According to Kristof, the parents are pulling their children out of literacy programs because if the child begins to succeed in school, the Social Security Disability Income check will not be in the mail. The parents are making a choice between literacy and the monthly check, choosing the check.

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