What do you think of the ACCJC? Tell the Board of Education by Sept 25, 2015
In December the ACCJC will come before NACIQI (National Advisory Committee on Institutional Quality and Integrity). NACIQI has the power to recommend to the DOE whether to reauthorize the ACCJC or not. The deadline to submit third party comments about the ACCJC to the Department of Education is Sept. 25, 2015. Follow these instructions to make a third party comment and let the DOE know how the ACCJC treats community colleges.
This is our opportunity to show the Department of Education that this rogue agency is not widely accepted!
Monday, Sept. 21: Join AFT 2121 and make a public comment to the Board of Governors!
The Accreditation Task Force Report will have its First Reading at the California Community Colleges Board of Governors meeting this Monday, Sept. 21 time TBD (1102 Q Street, Sixth Floor Sacramento, CA). View the meeting agenda.
Our union is working to organize a delegation to make public comments. If you want comment on the Accreditation Task Force Report contact Tim Killikelly (email@example.com).
Tuesday, Sept 22: Delegate Assembly
Join us to participate in discussions of next steps for our contract fight! All faculty are invited to our next AFT 2121 Delegate Assembly meeting on Tuesday, Sept 22 from 3-5pm at the Chinatown Campus in room 602.
Public momentum builds for our contract fight!
Have you seen? Our organizing for the CCSF that students and faculty deserve is getting some public attention! KRON4 and the SF Examiner have reported on our vote to establish a Strike Hardship Fund. Hopefully the BOT is also getting the message – we will know when they come back to the table with substantially better proposals.
“Comparison: AFT 2121 and CCSF District proposals” -AFT 2121
SF community supports SF faculty, students
What do faculty working conditions at City College of San Francisco, San Francisco State University, and San Francisco Art Institute have in common? Last week’s Jobs with Justice San Francisco Workers’ Rights Board panel heard extensive testimony from faculty and students at all three colleges. The Board will soon produce a report. Stay tuned!
“Forum looks at Higher Ed problems in SF” -48 Hills
More info: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can help us fight for an affordable San Francisco!
The November election is coming soon. AFT 2121 is proud to continue fighting for an affordable San Francisco by working with SF tenants, families, community and labor groups to pass Prop. I, Prop. F, and elect Aaron Peskin to the Board of Supervisors for District 3.
For more info or to volunteer contact Alisa Messer (email@example.com).
Paystub confusion, August 2015
The new FLAC payroll system has generated a lot of confusion. Here is some information to clarify the the August paystubs. Read more…
Do you have an old Mission Campus parking card that you’re not using? If so, PLEASE return it! Faculty are having a hard time getting the cards they need to work at the Mission Campus because the old ones haven’t been returned. The cards are expensive and hard to replace. Even if your old card has been de-activated, please return it so it can be re-programmed for other employees. You can send them by campus mail to Sandra Andujar, MIS.
Our Union: Fair contract NOW!
Our Union: Get political!
PLEASE NOTE: AFT 2121 IS SWITCHING TO A NEW EMAIL SYSTEM
The AFL-CIO has switched our email server from Salsalabs to Action Network. As we work with national AFT to transition our email list to the new system please be sure to share AFT 2121 blasts with fellow faculty and tell them to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if they are not receiving our communications.
Contact AFT 2121 at 415-585-2121 or visit us online at aft2121.org. Follow us on Facebook.
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