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City College accreditation mess: tough choices coming

Sunday, July 15, 2012

California Community Colleges chancellor Jack Scott says City College of San Francisco, whose accreditation is at risk because of poor management, may have to close some of its campuses. Besides a state fiscal crisis team already working with the college, his office may soon appoint a “special trustee” with fiscal skills.

From the LA Times:

"It's a very serious situation," Scott said, adding that he "deplored" the state's cuts of 12% over the last three years to all community colleges.

"But if your income were reduced, you'd probably reduce your expenditures," Scott said. "It's a little bit like everything else — it's why I don't drive a Cadillac."


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