1:00am

Thu September 19, 2013
Education

Your Call special: What's being done to save CCSF?


On a special edition of Your Call Thursday at 11am, join us to continue our conversation on CCSF's impending loss of accreditation. The accrediting body has been found out of compliance with the Department of Education. City Attorney Dennis Herrera has filed a suit against the ACCJC. What does this mean for the future of CCSF? Administrators, faculty and students, and now city politicians are all fighting in different ways to keep the school open. In what capacity will the school operate in the future? It's Your Call, with Rose Aguilar and you, in a special second hour. 

Guests:

Joe Fitzgerald Rodriguez, staff reporter with the San Francisco Bay Guardian 

 

Tarik Farrar, Chair of African-American Studies and part of the SaveCCSF Coalition

 

Larry Kamer, advisor to the State Chancellor of Community Colleges on the CCSF issue. He works closely with the Special Trustee, Mayor's office, and State Chancellor's staff.

 

Web Resources:

 

SF Chronicle: CCSF's value to Bay Area outlined in report

 SFBG: Whose College?  SFBG: Changing the Narrative  SF Examiner: City College may have a chance to save itself  SF Chronicle: San Francisco files suit to keep CCSF open

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