Anger grows at Calif. college's accreditation-saving plan

02/11/2013 | San Francisco Chronicle

Faculty, staff and students at City College of San Francisco are planning protests and airing their disagreements with lawmakers over the college administration's efforts to overhaul the school in a bid to save its accreditation. Opponents say the administration plan will be too expensive, destroy the school's culture and lead to greater faculty turnover because of cuts to pay and benefits. The school has until mid-March to rescue its accreditation.

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