On Wednesday, the state chancellor’s office announced that the City College of San Francisco will lose its accreditation effective July 2014, pending a review and appeal.
The Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges voted to revoke CCSF’s accreditation, meaning the college will no longer be “quality assured” or eligible for federal and state funding. Without the funding, the college will probably shut down.
In 1999, Jerry Brown called Maurice Lim Miller at home. Brown was mayor of Oakland at the time, and Miller was on the board of an organization applying for more than $10 million dollars for youth programs.
“And most mayors you’d think would be really happy that we’re bringing that kind of money into the city,” says Miller.
But Brown wasn’t happy – he was upset. And after looking more closely at the proposal, Miller understood why.
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