The Horace Mann Educators Corporation was founded in Springfield, Illinois in 1945, where it is still headquartered today. It was originally started by two teachers in that area and today still remains an insurance company for educators.
When the company was first started it was named the Illinois Education Association Mutual Insurance Company, but was later changed to Horace Mann. This name change was in honor of the “father of the American public education system”.
Today Horace Mann Educators Corporation currently writes insurance under the company names of:
- Horace Mann Insurance Company
- Horace Mann Life Insurance Company
- Horace Mann Lloyds
- Horace Mann Property & Casualty Insurance Company
- Teachers Insurance Company
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