City College of San Francisco

6:00pm

Wed November 7, 2012
Politics

California commits to paying for education

Ali Budner

San Francisco’s Measure A passed yesterday, which means City College will get much needed funds. Prop 30 also passed, meaning Californians taxed themselves more than 6 billion dollars to help pay for public education.

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2:31pm

Tue October 9, 2012
Education

Saving City College: Board of Trustees candidates public debate on October 12

City College of San Francisco is one of the city's most vital public institutions, serving 90,000 students at nine different campuses. But it's facing some tough times right now, with threats to its accreditation looming, and continuing cuts to its budget.

This November, four seats are open for election on the College's Board of Trustees, the body that may determine the fate of City College.

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5:11pm

Tue September 25, 2012
Politics

Elections 2012: San Francisco's Asian Americans and Prop A

San Francisco Chinatown

As part of our joint series with New America Media, every Tuesday until election day, Crosscurrents will be speaking with representatives from local ethnic media to hear about what’s important to their audiences this election season.

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4:18pm

Mon August 27, 2012
Education

City College of San Francisco Fights for its Future

Banners and flyers on the first day of classes
Jen Chien

In recent years, all levels of California’s public education system have been suffering from continuing budget cuts. City College of San Francisco, California’s largest community college has not been immune to these troubles. But right now it's facing an even bigger challenge, as the school fights to maintain its accreditation.  KALW Education reporter Jen Chien spoke with Ben Trefny about the situation.

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