Public School Employees' Retirement System

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    What is PSERS?
    PSERS is a governmental, mandatory defined benefit pension plan for Pennsylvania school employees. Established in 1917, it is one of the oldest public pension plans in the United States and currently serves more than 600,000 members state-wide. PSERS is funded by three sources: employee contributions, employer contributions, and investment earnings. PSERS' assets have grown from %6 billion in 1982 to approximately $53.5 billion as of June 30, 2017.
     
    Visit the PSERS web site to learn more. 
     
    The Great Valley School Board encourages our community to be educated participants in the PSERS discussion. Any change to the system must come at the legislative level. Contact your state legislators today to encourage them to make PSERS a priority on their agenda.
     
    Governor Tom Wolf
    225 Main Capitol Building 
    Harrisburg, PA 17120
    (717) 787-2500 Harrisburg Office
    (717) 772-8284 Harrisburg FAX
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    Senator Andy Dinniman
    One North Church Street
    West Chester, PA 19380
    (610) 692-2112 West Chester District Office
    (610) 436-1721 West Chester Fax
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    Representative Kristine Howard
    40 Lloyd Avenue, Greentree Office Building
    Suite 309
    Malvern, PA 19355
    (610) 251-1070 Malvern District Office
    (484) 200-8271 Malvern District Office Fax
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