What is the goal of Teacherpensions.org?
The goal of Teacherpensions.org is to provide high-quality information and analysis to help stakeholders – especially teachers and policymakers – understand the teacher pension issue and the trade-offs among various options for reform. We believe there is a need for additional analysis of and communication about teacher pensions – an issue that has not yet gained sufficient traction nationally, despite its seriousness and immediacy. We aim to make the issues around teacher pensions more accessible and relevant to the general public, more compelling to policymakers, and more understandable for current teachers.
Teacherpensions.org focuses on questions affecting public policy choices; it is not personal or institutional investment advice. You should consult a qualified financial professional before making consequential financial decisions.
Who created Teacherpensions.org?
Teacherpensions.org is a project of Bellwether Education Partners, a nonprofit dedicated to helping education organizations – in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors – become more effective in their work and achieve dramatic results, especially for high-need students. To do this, we provide a unique combination of exceptional thinking, talent, and hands-on strategic support.
For more information about Bellwether Education Partners, go to our main site at bellwethereducation.org.
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Who funds Teacherpensions.org?
Teacherpensions.org is funded by The Joyce Foundation and the Laura and John Arnold Foundation. Content on Teacherpensions.org may not represent the views of these funders or of Bellwether Education Partners.
Do you accept guest blogs at Teacherpensions.org?
Yes, please feel free to send us proposals for guest blogs at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will consider guest posts from a broad range of perspectives, even and perhaps especially ones that challenge our work, but we reserve the right to reject or edit submissions that do not hold up to our standards of quality of evidence or clarity of writing. We identify all authors and do not allow anonymous contributions.