For the Good of Illinois

Big Dogs Report 2013- Teacher’s Retirement System

October 28, 2013 07:00 AM
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4,767 

ILLINOIS EDUCATORS
HAVE RETIRED ON $100,000 OR MORE

 TOTAL EMPLOYEE PENSION CONTRIBUTIONS: $697.34 MILLION
TOTAL FIRST YEAR PENSIONS: $561.48 MILLION
(Average Time for return of employee contributions: 15 months)

Visit our interactive "$100,000 Educator Pension Map"
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(Search by Retiree or by District name) 

Your Property Taxes are funding this abuse…

The largest share of teacher/administrator pensions are paid by taxpayers, not educators. Your state taxes are now flowing into pensions, crowding out government services. Your property taxes are funding more pension abuse, and less education and government services. 

Sign the petition…  Cap Property Taxes Now, click here   

 

TOP 10 DISTRICTS AWARDING $100,000 PENSIONS:

  • Palatine D211 343 retirees
  • Township HSD 214 (Arlington Heights) 252 retirees
  • Northfield HSD 225 131 retirees
  • Highland Park D113 124 retirees
  • Maine Twp HSD207 125 retirees
  • Niles HSD 219 118 retirees
  • Downers Grove D99 96 retirees
  • Consolidated HSD 230 (Carpentersville) 94 retirees
  • New Trier D203 90 retirees
  • Leyden D212 80 retirees
  • Bremen CHSD 228 76 retirees

TOP 100 ALL-TIME "EDUCATION PENSIONS":
Click to see TOP 100 Public Education Pensions

TOP 100 2012 "EDUCATION SALARIES":
Click to see the Top 100 Public Education Salaries

  • 406 School Administrators Out-Earned Every Governor of the 50 States: The highest paid was Larry Fleming, Superintendent of      Lincolnshire-Prairieview who cleaned off $374,302 and then retired on a $258,000 a year pension!
 

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