After Providing Paid Health Benefits for 31 Years, College Asks 1,000 PTers To Give Them Up

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by Nanette Asimov A raucous rally staged by hundreds of faculty at City College of San Francisco could easily have been mistaken for a run-of-the-mill labor protest, drawing cheers and horn-honking from passing motorists along Ocean Avenue. But the upbeat demonstration, featuring a nine-piece band with horns and drummers, masked a life-or-death issue for the vast college of 85,000 students and 2,500 employees, which has until March 15, 2013 to prove it should remain open and accredited — no sure bet. “The administration needs to make the right choices for its students, its staff and the future of the institution,” said Fred Glass, who teaches […]
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