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Tagged with: City College

An open letter to the City College Board of Trustees

You don't need to fire 50 teachers. There are other options that could help save the school.

City College faculty set up tents, hold out for the end of brutal layoffs

Union members say cutting faculty will lead to a cycle of lower enrollment and less revenue; they have an alternative.

Fighting dystopia with essential voices: ‘Black Literature vs. The Climate Emergency’

Aya de León brings together writers and activists for a lively online conference that focuses on the possible and combats invisibility

City College faculty and students protest teacher layoffs

Does the school really need to send pink slips to 50 faculty and damage the ESL program?

Good Taste: Let’s go straight to dessert

Les Éléments is bringing an intimate and playful tasting menu experience to the Tenderloin.

As schools face dire budget cuts, Newsom is sitting on a huge surplus

The state is up against a law that may limit spending and require tax dollars to be returned to the taxpayers—while public education is teetering on the edge of disaster.

City College Board votes to lay off at least 50 full-time faculty

Trustees say the financial situation is so dire that deep cuts are needed, but the union strongly disagrees.

City College teachers urge trustees to reject layoffs

Union says the school can keep its faculty and still end the year with healthy reserves and a surplus.

City College makes a move to save Cantonese classes

By classifying program as transferable to UC, school can get additional state money.

At 100, plant paradise Delano Nursery is still turning over new leaves

The wholesale nursery is spreading its limbs, from the Mission to Pescadero—while investing in its diverse employees.