Harmful decisions like the abrupt relocation of Civic Center Campus classes show the urgent need for return of our elected Board of Trustees. On Friday, January 16th our faculty, students and community marched from Civic Center campus to City Hall in protest of Chancellor Tyler’s abrupt relocation of our Civic Center faculty and hundreds of our immigrant and low-income students in the Tenderloin district. We have yet to see any evidence that holding classes at CCSF Civic Center Campus poses any life safety issues. And CCSF’s elected Board of Trustees has not been able to oversee these decisions affecting students and the community at large. Join us tomorrow for a teach-in just prior to the CCSF Board of Trustees meeting. Then attend public comment and ask key questions about administrations ill-advised decisions.
CCSF Board of Trustees Meeting
Teach-in and Public Comment
Thurs. January 22nd, gather at 3:45
Ocean Campus, MUB 140
We call on faculty, students, and the community to join us in learning about—and challenging!—the skewed priorities of administration’s upside-down decisions. We demand an empowered Board of Trustees and a democratic, open, decision-making process here at CCSF!