ACCJC places Barbara Beno on administrative leave!

Barbara Beno has been placed on administrative leave by the ACCJC! We do not have the details of why this has occurred at this point. As we can verify correct information we will let you know. Although we are not out of the woods at City College of San Francisco this can only be seen as good news for those who have worked for fair accreditation in California and to save our beloved CCSF.

Barbara Beno should have been gone long ago. Her illegal actions against CCSF should have made the ACCJC realize that. But better late than never.

It has been the hard work of all those at City College of San Francisco who decided to fight back against the outrageous actions of this rogue accreditation agency.

We at AFT 2121 are proud of our membership and the key role that they have played in making this day happen. AFT 2121 reached out to the California Federation of Teachers and the American Federation of Teachers nationally to help put together a coalition of organizations that shined the light on the arbitrary and illegal actions of the ACCJC.

Hopefully this means better days ahead for City College of San Francisco.

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