Students, Faculty & Public Education Advocates Continue The Fight To Save City College Of San Francisco
On this edition of Your Call, we're getting an update on the struggle to save City College of San Francisco. CCSF officials say the college is facing a budget shortfall of $33 million for the upcoming academic year, partly due to decreased enrollment.
More than 160 full-time faculty and 30 administrators could potentially be laid off. Students and staff are calling for expanded recovery funding to prevent these layoffs. What will it take to save City College?
Leslie Simon, faculty emerita in the Women’s and Gender Studies Department and founder of Project SURVIVE, CCSF's peer education sexual violence prevention program
Dr. Debbie Klein, president of the Faculty Association of California Community Colleges and professor of anthropology at Gavilan College
Dr. John al-Amin, CCSF Vice Chancellor of Finance and Administration
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Jacobin, Peter Olney: The Long Struggle to Save City College of San Francisco
SF Public Press, Laura Wenus: City College Students, Teacher Warn Cuts Would Have Equity Impacts