Why CCSF Teachers Are Striking

1. Put Money in the Classroom

CCSF administration has a 30% reserve fund, when the recommmended level is 5%. San Francisco Proposition A funded the college to weather the accreditation crisis, and the administration is refusing to use those funds for their intended purpose.

2. 26% Class Cuts

The administration is shrinking the college and cancelling classes. San Francisco's need for education is increasing, not shrinking; this shrinkage makes no sense. CCSF should be expanding and bringing in more students instead.

3. Working Conditions

Our working conditions are the students' learning conditions.


CCSF Teacher's Strike Coming Weds. April 27
CCSF Chancellor explains why 25 percent of faculty will be fired at CCSF
City College administration offer not what it seems | AFT 2121
Student strike school: Tues. Apr 19, 12:30-2:30pm on Ocean Campus in MUB 140

Posted 4-15-16 by Sam Bowne, based on the Strike School meeting.