At last night’s Board of Trustees meeting, every part of the college — Board members, students, administrators, classified staff, and faculty — was represented and spoke to the need to work together to address the recommendation from our accrediting commission. We have till October 15 to make progress and present a plan. We have till March 15 to completely implement our responses. Chancellor Fisher announced that an “operational action plan” will be coming out next week and that there will be another special Board meeting will next Wednesday, July 18 — time and place TBA.
July 11, 2012
City College vows to keep the doors open
By Hal Huntsman
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