Last chances: You can help get out the vote for Prop W with progressive candidates and community allies
So much is riding on the November election for our College. Please, help us GOTV for Prop W and AFT 2121’s endorsed candidates anytime between now and Election Day:
Nov. 1 through Nov. 8, 7am to 8pm every day!
- District 1 – 4239 Geary Blvd, between 5th and 6th Avenue
- District 9 – 3417 Mission Street, near 30th Street
- District 11 – 4458 Mission Street, near Excelsior Avenue
We’re fighting to defend working families, win affordable housing, and to make our City College FREE for San Franciscans. This is a huge election year and we need your help to win this for our College! Please join us. You can RSVP to Alisa Messer: firstname.lastname@example.org AND/OR sign up to volunteer at AFT 2121.
Save the date: Congresswoman Jackie Speier is holding a forum on the future of City College of San Francisco
Monday November 28, 2016
Diego Rivera Theater
More details to follow!
CCSF students and faculty to the Board of Trustees: Don’t cancel our future!
Last week, members of the CCSF Board of Trustees heard two full hours of testimony describing the impact of the ill-planned and damaging class cuts now being implemented at our college. Students displayed their knowledge, skills, and joys: there was a fashion demonstration and the jazz ensemble played, representing valuable and beloved courses that will not beoffered next semester.
Speakers described the immediate and lasting chaos, damage, and doubt that these cuts insert into their educational futures and growth—and how our college and communities suffer. AFT 2121 President Timothy Killikelly ended the heartfelt and diverse presentations, representing students and programs all over the City, with a list of demands. Administration need not go this route of cuts and push-out policies that deny education, he told them—there are alternatives:
- Fully fund student services, counseling, and retention programs.
- Use stabilization funds as designated in SB 965 to keep classes and programs open.
- 100% rollover of last year’s class schedule.
- Restoration of classes already cut for Spring 2017.
- No cancellation of classes with low enrollments until after the class has met at least twice.
- End the practice of cutting healthy classes.
- Open new class sections when needed without cutting or trading other classes. Hire faculty when needed.
- By November 21, create a staffed phone line to help students register.
- Suspend ineffective pre-requisite blocks.
- Full funding for the Adult Enrollment Initiative.
You can get involved in the Stop the Cuts Committee:
Email our AFT 2121 Vice President: email@example.com