Let’s make City College FREE for San Franciscans and those who work in our City! With skyrocketing housing prices in San Francisco, and high student debt, students often face choices between enrollment and rent, between textbooks and groceries. AFT 2121 is working together with a broad coalition of students, labor, community organizations, and City leaders to develop a program to make community college free again—like it was before 1984.
NOON Rally on City Hall steps, Polk and Grove.
Lobby supervisors from 12:30pm to 1:30pm, visit SF supervisors
Tell SF Supervisors:
- make City College FREE for San Francisco residents and workers
- offset costs like textbooks and transit for students most in need
- expand the school-to-college pipeline—not the school-to-prison pipeline
- reclaim the promise of the California Master Plan for Higher Education while helping secure CCSF’s future ability to serve our city’s diverse needs
- expand access to higher education—for traditional college-age students, their neighbors, their moms and grand-moms!
Free City will be publicly funded and cost San Francisco less than $13 million annually. It could be funded by a proposed luxury tax on high end property sales over $5 million. Increasing educational opportunities is a public responsibility and an investment in our future. And let’s help lead a growing national movement for free public higher education!
We are now in a struggle to keep City College of San Francisco open for more than 80,000 students.
We need your help!
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