Reprieve for City College of SF

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City College of San Francisco will not lose its accreditation, at least while a lawsuit seeking to keep the college open is pending, according to a judge's ruling on Thursday. We discuss the latest ruling and what it means for the future of the City College, which is facing loss of accreditation over alleged mismanagement.

Guests:

Ana Tintocalis, education reporter for KQED News

Dennis Herrera, city attorney for the City and County of San Francisco

Alisa Messer, English teacher and president of the American Federation of Teachers, Local 2121, which represents the faculty at CCSF

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