SF leaders introduce legislation to help fund CCSF
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- San Francisco city leaders, including Mayor Ed Lee, introduced legislation to provide funding for City College of San Francisco.
SB 965 will provide CCSF with stable funding and protect it from the potentially devastating impact of declining enrollment and drops in state support as it faces accreditation challenges. Existing law provides for one year of stabilization funding during times of declining enrollment.
The bill, also backed by California State Senator Mark Leno, will extend CCSF's stabilization period four more years.
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