Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Georgia Teacher to Appear on National Radio

Interesting subjects, bright young minds: many say teaching is one of the most rewarding careers. Though the profession reaps giant rewards, it’s also renowned for a petite paycheck. Hoschton, Georgia educator Danny Kofke has discovered how to fulfill his passion for teaching and still make ends meet, and he shares the wealth in his book, “How to Survive (and Perhaps Thrive) on a Teacher’s Salary.”

A prolific public speaker, Kofke will be discussing his book on the nationally syndicated Ron Reagan Show this Monday evening. The radio show is affiliated with Air America Media and is hosted by decorated media contributor and correspondent Ron Reagan. Kofke will cover his book’s easy-to-use tips that equip readers to not only survive, but live happily within their means, multiply funds and even invest in the future.

“Although this book was written with teachers in mind, I believe the practices taught can benefit anyone, from firefighters and policemen, to CEOs and business owners,” Kofke writes. “In this book, I will show you how my wife and I were able to visit ten foreign countries, pay-off a brand new car in two years, and even have one of us stay home for the first year of my daughter’s life—all on a teacher’s salary!”

Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available at any bookstore nationwide or can be ordered through the publisher at or by visiting, or An audio version also is available from the publisher.

Kofke is currently a special education teacher. He also has taught preschool, kindergarten, first grade and second grade classes. He and his wife, Tracy, have two children.

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