New legislation would ensure fair accreditation for our community colleges

On Wednesday, February 19th, dozens of AFT 2121 members, CCSF students, and community supporters joined CFT and community college leaders from around the state to lobby for fair accreditation in our California community colleges. Assemblymember Rob Bonta introduced AB 1942, a new bill sponsored by the CFT and supported by SF City Attorney Dennis Herrera that seeks to introduce transparency, due process, and accountability into the accreditation process for our colleges. 

Watch this quick video with Assemblymember Bonta’s summary of AB 1942:

Photo by Krishnia Parker, Courtesy of Assembly Democratic Caucus

AFT 2121 President Alisa Messer, CCSF Student Trustee Shanell Williams, and San Francisco Deputy City Attorney Sara Eisenberg spoke representing San Francisco at the press conference announcing the legislation.

 

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