City College Could Still Lose Accreditation

The SF Public Press reports that City College, which has a popular campus at 1125 Valencia St. in the Mission District, could lose its accreditation despite the passage of state Prop. 30 and city Measure A.

“The passage of local and state education measures Tuesday added $11 million to the budget of City College of San Francisco for next year,” reporter Lissette Alvarez writes. “[But] the school now must confront a $15 million budget gap, and according to state Proposition 30, also needs to meet an enrollment target. That’s going to be particularly hard, given the demand from the outside accreditation team that City College slash unusually high salaries and benefits.”

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