Teachers' Pension and Annuity Fund
(TPAF) is a defined benefit pension fund established in 1919 and
reorganized in 1955. It is open to employees of boards of education
and the State who must be certified or credentialed as a condition
of employment. Membership in the TPAF for employees who meet eligibility
requirements is mandatory. The TPAF is maintained on an actuarial
reserve basis. The TPAF Board of Trustees has the responsibility
for the proper administration of the retirement system. All membership
and retiree account records in TPAF begin with the number "01".
of Trustees Information
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