Will a Lawsuit Save the Jobs of 1,464 PTers at City College of San Francisco?

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by Nanette Asimov AdjunctNation reported in July 2013 that at the City College of San Francisco, 1,464 part-time faculty jobs are on the line. One month later, we also reported on the Department of Education’s harsh criticism of the accreditation report that led to the threatened shut down of the institution. A statewide faculty union filed suit in late-September to try to stop a commission from revoking City College of San Francisco’s accreditation next summer, which would shut down the venerated but troubled school of 80,000 students. The lawsuit by the California Federation of Teachers follows a similar suit filed last month in Superior Court by San Francisco […]
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