Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Struggling City College of San Francisco Plans Layoffs and Pay Cuts (Chronicle of Higher Education)

The college, which is fighting to retain its accreditation, needs to enroll roughly 3,000 students for the spring semester or risk losing $6.5-million in state support. Beginning in January, the college plans to lay off nearly three dozen clerical workers, and will also cut 20 to 30 part-time instructors and 18 part-time counselors from its payroll.


Anonymous said...

Maybe they can enroll all those window washing bums & panhandlers in time? There must be at least 50,000 of them in SF

Anonymous said...

How about the panhandling dock owners in Newport Beach who are pissed off about paying reality based amounts for their use of the public waterway locations where their yachts are moored? They are superior persons, to be sure.

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