As another long legislative session kicks off, how to shore up the Kentucky Teachers Retirement System is likely to loom large for legislators. A variety of prefiled bills, which range from maximum class size to accountability, promise an active session for education issues.
A working group appointed by Gov. Steve Beshear adopted a report Tuesday designed to help the Kentucky General Assembly fix the financially troubled Kentucky Teacher’s Retirement System.
In an effort to strengthen the solvency of the Kentucky Teachers’ Retirement System (KTRS), Gov. Steve Beshear this week by executive order created a 23-member work group made up of policy and education leaders. The Kentucky Teachers’ Retirement System Funding Work Group, to be led by former state senator and former State Board of Education Chairman David Karem, will meet over the [...]