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Quarterly Update – Spring 2019

Dear NCTR Members,

It’s a new year and NCTR is tackling 2019 with intent and focus. We are well underway planning our educational programs for the year and we are excited about the upcoming events.

As a member of NCTR, we want you to know your voice and input are heard. Throughout 2018, we requested feedback to help tailor our future programs. We have taken several of your ideas and implemented them into our 2019 educational offerings—and we will continue to value your input as we strive to be THE Resource for fostering partnerships, providing training and pension advocacy for the educational community.

Quarterly Update – Year End

Dear NCTR Members,

The conclusion of 2018 is quickly approaching and NCTR has had a busy and productive year. This year has been a year of growth and proactive measures to ensure we continue to be THE Resource for fostering strategic partnerships, providing training and pension advocacy for the educational community.

Let’s take a moment to review this year’s accomplishments and preview NCTR’s primary objectives in 2019.

Help Guide the Direction of NCTR!

NCTR ACTIVE MEMBERS (State, City, and Local Retirement Systems)  HELP GUIDE THE DIRECTION OF NCTR! NCTR is your association. One of the best ways to be involved is to […]

Roger Rea Installed as New NCTR President

Roger Rea, Omaha native and Vice President of Nebraska State Education Association-Retired, was installed as President of the National Council on Teacher Retirement (NCTR) at its […]

Gender Diversity

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Funding Your Future

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Snippets from the Swamp!

Snippets from the Swamp!

“Drain the swamp” was an election battle cry for the Trump campaign, but NCTR’s very own “Swamp Creature,” Government Relations Director Leigh Snell, reports that DC is messier than ever! He has therefore decided to periodically pass on a few personal tidbits about the state of affairs in the national quagmire. This is the first:

Quarterly Update – Summer 2018

Dear NCTR Members,

Summer is wrapping up to be one hot season for NCTR! We’ve hosted workshops, meetings and webinars with record numbers for registration and attendance. Let’s recap this quarter of 2018, our successes and achievements, and give you an idea of what is to come this fall.

Quarterly Update – Spring 2018

Dear NCTR Members,

In typical Spring fashion, the first portion of 2018 is shaping up to be an excellent season of growth, change and adaptability for NCTR. Within these areas of focus, I want to give you a snapshot of what we’ve been up to, thus far:

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