Louisiana School Employees' Retirement System, Baton Rouge, might make its first move into real estate, said Julia LeBlanc, CIO. Consultant Segal Advisors recommended a 3% allocation to a diversified commingled real estate fund as part of an asset allocation study of the $1.4 billion pension plan. A funding source has not been determined. Segal officials will meet with plan trustees Nov. 22-23, when a decision on a new allocation might be made. The system's asset allocation is 49% domestic equity, 42% fixed income, 8% international equity and 1% cash, Ms. LeBlanc said.