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CITY COLLEGE is San Francisco's school - Part 3 .
by Bill Carpenter ( wcarpentx [at] gmail.com )
Sunday Jan 27th, 2013 4:45 PM
Tarik Farrar speaks at the January 11th rally to save CCSF.
Six-minute QT movie. 44MB.
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Part 1: City College Parody by Woody Guthrie, Pat Wynne, and Bernard Gilbert.
Part 2: Wendy Kaufmyn and Bill Shields + KGO interviews Alisa Messer
Part 3: This is Pt. 3.
Part 4: Alisa Messer

§CITY COLLEGE is San Francisco's school!
by Bill Carpenter Sunday Jan 27th, 2013 4:45 PM
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§CITY COLLEGE is San Francisco's school!
by Bill Carpenter Sunday Jan 27th, 2013 4:45 PM
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§KQED's January 25th Forum on CCSF
by Bill Carpenter Sunday Jan 27th, 2013 4:45 PM
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Forum: "City College of San Francisco could be forced to close later this year unless it can correct problems threatening its accreditation. We'll get an update on the school's progress as it works towards addressing deficiencies and operating problems. We'll also discuss a recently released draft 'closure report' outlining a contingency plan in case the worst happens, and the school must close."
Host: Dave Iverson
Guests:


• Alisa Messer, English teacher and president of the American Federation of Teachers, Local 2121, which represents the faculty at City College of San Francisco


• Larry Kamer, Spokesperson for City College of San Francisco; CEO of Kamer Consulting Group, LLC


• Nanette Asimov, higher education reporter for The San Francisco Chronicle


• William Walker, student trustee to the City College Board of Trustees, regional senator to the Student Senate of California Community Colleges and founder of Save CCSF



This is the link to theKQED page
http://www.kqed.org/a/forum/R201301250900
where there are links to more information and several comments.