Teacher pensions are becoming a bigger share of educational costs. Here’s why | Analysis

BY: - March 10, 2023

There is enough money to pay pension benefits to current retirees. But there is not enough money to pay all promised benefits to future retirees.


PSERS has delivered for school retirees — and Pa.’s economy | Opinion

BY: - November 25, 2022

PSERS has taken a conservative approach to investing that has delivered for retired school employees.

Torsella back on PSERS board amid internal and external investigations

BY: - April 20, 2021

In a unanimous vote, the Pennsylvania state Senate voted to send former state Treasurer Joe Torsella back to the state’s teachers pension board. He’ll now rejoin the 15-member board that oversees Pennsylvania’s Public School Employees Retirement System, which manages $64 billion in investments to make current and future retirement payments to more than 600,000 teachers, janitors, […]


Pa. teacher pension money ended up in Iraq? Here’s how that happened | Mike Connolly

BY: - February 28, 2021

The investing world isn’t just where rich guys go to get richer. It’s also where we see our public investments grow or be squandered.