WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Consistent with its commitment to ensuring a financially sound retirement system, the California State Teachers’ Retirement Board today voted to adopt a new set of actuarial assumptions that reflect members’ increasing life expectancies and current economic trends. Today’s decisions were based on the multi-year CalSTRS Experience Analysis, commonly referred to as the experience study, spanning July 1, 2010, through June 30, 2015.
She’s a runner, a coach, an adviser to the school Gay Straight Alliance, a believer in her students and a rapper.
Peggy Nemeth, an English teacher at Riverdale High School in Fresno County, doesn’t do freestyle rap. “I have a terrible memory. I tell most of my kids they’re smarter than me. I memorize rap songs just so I can entertain them. I reward them with it.”
Retired principal Hervey A. Taylor III spent his educational career motivating and encouraging students toward the direction of success. He currently is working on a doctoral degree that focuses on educational leadership and organizational development so he can continue to be an advocate for students as they navigate through the educational system.
Jason Davis, a fifth-grade teacher at Chaparral Elementary School in Chino Hills, enjoys teaching everything, but says he gets the most fun out of science. It’s evident as he talks about teaching students about robots or a project to build a prosthetic arm.
If you ask Betsy Rivera for a 30-second explanation of her job as a Green Ambassadors teacher at Environmental Charter High School (ECS) in Lawndale, she will tell you this: “It’s teaching ethics and sustainability related to food, energy, water and waste.”
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