A crowd of 60 activists gathered for a rally to restore the Board of Trustees and remove Special Trustee Robert Agrella from power.
District 9 Supervisor David Campos proposed a resolution to restore the school’s Board of Trustees following state Senate Bill 965 being introduced Feb. 10 to recover lost federal funding due to dwindling enrollment at City College.
With their power stripped by the California Community Colleges Board of Governors last summer, these officials have been forced to find new ways to continue to serve the school.
Hundreds of students, faculty and community members marched to the Federal Department of Education’s office in downtown San Francisco July 9 to protest the recent decision to revoke City College’s accreditation.
Tentative agreement saves jobs By Lavinia Pisani The Guardsman As City College waits for the accrediting commission to render a decision about the school’s future, the Department Chair Council is negotiating with the Board of Trustees to save its members’ jobs and the programs that they oversee. The council and the Board of Trustees have agreed to a tentative agreement that would save the school around $1 million annually and save all...