I thought this had already been covered last year? Compton Community college is a good example, in that the neighboring district temporarily takes over management, while they find a way to purge the system of the parasitic administrators that created the problem in the first place.
I should note that aside from violating federal campaign financing laws, compromising thousands of peoples credit and banking, as well as employing more than a few "no show" professors and staff.
Seriously, fire all the top brass and hire the people who run De Anza, or College of Marin, damn near any CC district with a proper track record.
It is quite a shame, as there are a lot of excellent instructors in the CCSF system, as well as many shoddy ones, mostly the recently hired.
As CCSF has historically been an excellent trade/vocational school, as well as offering more foreign language programs than any other Community College in Northern California.
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