By Dale Kasler | The Sacramento Bee — CalSTRS said today it earned 2.3 percent on its investments in 2011, “a year of extreme market volatility.” The announcement came a day after CalPERS reported its 2011 results, a gain of 1.1 percent. Read the entire news story . . .
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