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Special 11am edition of Your Call: How can we save City College of San Francisco?

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Rose Aguilar and her guests will discuss CCSF's loss of accreditation and what its means for 85,000 students, teachers, and the city as a whole. According to a decision by the accrediting commission, one year from now, the college’s Board of Trustees will be stripped of decision-making powers, and the college will be shut down. So what's next?  How is the college appealing the decision?  What are the implications of a possible CCSF shutdown? It's Your Call with Rose Aguilar and you in a special second hour of Your Call.

Guests:

Karen Saginor, leader of the Academic Senate and City College Librarian

Joe Fitzgerald, freelance journalist with SF Examiner

Jennifer Aries, San Francisco City College spokeswoman

Resources:

Student Success Act

Chronicle for Higher Education: City College is Told It Will Lose Accreditation In 2014

California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office: Who goes to SFCC?

CBS: Politicians Push To Return CCSF's Accreditation