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PACE Co-hosts Event to Discuss Improving Teacher Retirement
posted by: Tim | October 07, 2014, 05:05 PM

On a recent PACE survey, 88% of teachers indicated their support for the ability to choose, instead of the current PERA model, to have their money invested in a portable account that they can take with them should they move out of the state or change careers.

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PACE Supports Retirement Portability for Teachers
posted by: Tim | May 23, 2014, 03:44 PM

Englewood, CO – The Professional Association of Colorado Educators (PACE), the state’s premiere non-union organization, recently polled member educators about the merits of education reform in Colorado. One of the themes that remained constant was the need to attract and retain talented teachers. Poll results determined that 89% of teachers agree with a policy that would give teachers the option to have their pension contributions invested in a portable, 401(k) style retirement account.

“I have always supported job portability,” said Aurora Public Schools teacher Jill Cullis. “Many teachers get stuck in a district until they retire or die.”

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PACE's 2014 Membership Survey Results
posted by: Tim | March 27, 2014, 03:55 PM

For Immediate Release                                                      

March 27, 2014 

 Survey of Colorado Teachers Demonstrates

Support for Innovative Education Policies

Englewood, CO – Today the Professional Association of Colorado Educators (PACE), the largest non-union educators' organization in the state, released its 2014 Membership Survey about possible reforms to education in Colorado. Survey results show forward-thinking stances on policy changes, from pension reform to how we license teachers.

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AAE's 2014 National Membership Survey
posted by: Tim | February 04, 2014, 06:37 PM
Today, AAE released its 2014 Membership Survey about high-profile education and labor policies. Survey results show progressive stances toward education and labor reform, particularly with regard to education spending, school choice, technology, safety in schools, Common Core State Standards, and collective bargaining.    Continue Reading...