WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. (January 16, 2019) – The California State Teachers’ Retirement System today announced the certification of three member representatives to the CalSTRS governing board. The members will each serve a four-year term, which begins January 1, 2020.
The three candidates, two who represent pre-kindergarten to 12th grade educators and one who represents community college educators, were not opposed and were certified elected by CalSTRS Chief Executive Officer Jack Ehnes.
Prepared in accordance with the Global Reporting Initiative’s G4 framework, the report is a result of stakeholder engagement and feedback, which was instrumental in prioritizing the report content and analyzing organizational performance.
Results of internal and external stakeholder surveys, as well as focus groups, were used to determine prioritization of material issues and establish direction for strategic planning purposes. Based on the results of the surveys and focus groups, the report provides a detailed overview and data on seven material topics as they relate to the organization’s sustainability focus and yearly performance.
Sustainability is far more than an environmental concern. It also encompasses current and future economic and social issues. As the largest educator-only pension fund in the world, CalSTRS was founded upon the principle that hard-earned retirement benefits reward decades of classroom service.
In the 2014–15 report, Fostering a Secure Future, CalSTRS highlights the year’s most significant events, challenges and successes.
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