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  2. CalSTRS - Wikipedia The California State Teachers' Retirement System ( CalSTRS) provides retirement, disability and survivor benefits for California's 965,000 prekindergarten through community college educators and their families. [1] CalSTRS was established by law in 1913 and is part of the State of California's Government Operations Agency.

  3. CalPERS - Wikipedia The California Public Employees' Retirement System ( CalPERS) is an agency in the California executive branch that "manages pension and health benefits for more than 1.5 million California public employees, retirees, and their families". [1] [3] In fiscal year 2020–21, CalPERS paid over $27.4 billion in retirement benefits, [4 ...

  4. Longtime investment chief at California teachers’ pension ...

    Christopher Ailman, the top investment executive at California’s teacher pension fund, will retire at the end of June after more than 20 years of service.

  5. Public employee pension plans in the United States - Wikipedia

    In another study, Equable Institute found that the total lifetime value of teacher pension benefits have declined by $100,000 on average (13%) since 2005. A teacher hired for the 2005 school year can expect to earn $768,000 in retirement benefits, where as a teacher hired for the 2023 school year can expect to earn $668,000.

  6. California teachers pension fund reports first investment ...

    CalSTRS’ investment porftolio performed better than CalPERS and most U.S. pension funds. But it still lost money for 1st time since 2009.

  7. Are California's public pension funds headed for another crisis?

    The California State Teachers' Retirement System, or CalSTRS, the nation's largest teachers' pension plan, lost 1.3% last fiscal year, its first decline too in more than a decade. And things may ...

  8. California Teachers Association - Wikipedia

    The California Teachers Association (CTA), initially established in 1863, is one of the largest and most powerful [2] teachers' unions in the state with over 300,000 members and a high political profile [3] in California politics. The teachers' union is based in Burlingame, and its current president is David B. Goldberg. [4]

  9. Unfunded Teacher Pensions Grow, of Course - AOL

    The National Council on Teacher Quality (NCTQ) issued its annual State Teacher Policy Yearbook, in which its claims "teacher pension systems in the United States have almost $325 billion in ...