It offers training in growing fields such as technology, health care, hospitality and biotech and is the largest provider of English-as-a-second-language courses.
Since 2008, City College has faced state cuts totaling more than $53 million which have led to overcrowded classes, reduced course offerings, canceled summer sessions, and employee pay cuts. Prop A helps to bridge the gap and will restore as many as 700 classes and other programs.
If City College is to survive and maintain accessibility, educational quality and the mission of serving low-income and underrepresented students with the best educators and staff, we must pass Prop A.
This November, vote yes on A to save our City College.
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