Don’t sell out San Francisco’s City College!
On Dec. 26th, forget the shopping (or returning) and support CCSF in Superior Court. Join us to hear CFT/AFT 2121 and the SF City Attorney’s request for injunctive relief. The actions against City College by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC) must be stopped!
San Francisco Superior Court
400 McAllister Street at Polk, S.F.
8:30 am, Room 304, December 26, 2013
Let’s show Judge Curtis Karnow that our city wants to “exchange” ACCJC’s unfair decision for restoration of CCSF’s accreditation! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know you’ll join us.
After nearly a year without a contract, short-term truce reached in AFT/District negotiations; Many faculty gains preserved, salaries fall painfully behind
Faculty turned out in record numbers to vote on the AFT 2121 contract with the San Francisco Community College District. Of 668 valid ballots, 551 faculty voted yes (82.5%) and 117 faculty voted no (17.5%). Four ballots were disqualified. This turnout represents a 38% increase over the last major contract ratification vote. In fact, turnout was nearly 40% higher than any vote in the last decade. Read more ›
AFT 2121 Delegate Assembly
Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Ocean Campus, MUB Room 251, 3:00-5:00 pm
All faculty are encouraged to attend! We’ll be discussing contract voting results, organizing, the legal effort to prevent ACCJC from disaccrediting CCSF, and more. At 4:00 pm, we’ll have an introductory visit from Chancellor Tyler. Check out the agenda here.
Over the last few months, thousands of San Franciscans have mobilized to demand city leaders shift their priorities from benefiting the 1% to focusing on a city for the rest of us: Saving City College; stopping housing displacement; demanding corporate accountability; demanding affordable housing; and working to close the achievement and opportunity gaps in our public schools.
Until now, these have been disparate movements, but on Monday December 9th, nearly 20 groups and hundreds of students, teachers, and community members will unite for a day of action to Reclaim the Promise for our public schools and affordable housing. Read more ›
Last night, after more than eleven months working without a contract, AFT 2121’s bargaining team reached a Tentative Agreement with the District for a new faculty contract through June 2015. Read more ›
Last update: 12/9
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Please see our Ratification Vote results post. Read more ›