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Posted on March 10 at 2:13 p.m.
foo--I changed the lead a bit. I concede it was an overstatement.
On SBCC Parent Child Workshops in Danger
Posted on January 28 at 9:41 a.m.
Eight full-time classified employee positions were eliminated. As anacleta indicated, that does not include administrator contracts that were not renewed. It also does not include the hourly workers who will be effected.
VP of Continuing Ed, Ofelia Arellano, has taken a job at Pasadena City College.
On Hope Springs at City College
Posted on September 28 at 1:23 p.m.
This document contains maps: http://www.sbcc.cc.ca.us/boardoftrust...
On Democracy Comes to City College
Posted on July 10 at 8:36 a.m.
I made Witherell's point much more bluntly than he did. He was referring to nonmilitary discretionary spending.
On UCSB Professor Announces Higgs Boson Discovery
Posted on July 9 at 1:43 p.m.
Salaries for Transitions staff are paid by the college. The rest of the funding comes from private donations. The Fund for Santa Barbara has granted Transitions $10,000 the last two years.
On SBCC Parolee Class Wins Award
Posted on May 31 at 5:11 p.m.
Peabody has its own board. It's kind of like a little district within the district.
On Award-Winning Peabody Educator Laid Off
Posted on May 3 at 1:40 p.m.
A couple bits of information that I did not gather until after our print deadline:
Lance Shoemaker, President of the West Valley College Academic Senate, said of Gaskin, "We’re pretty devastated that she’s leaving. She’s been excellent to work with." He called her a "great collaborator and also a great leader."
Trustee Villegas told me via email, "Frankly, I just felt another candidate offered more of what, in my opinion, SBCC needed at this time."
On Hug Me, I’m a President
Posted on May 3 at 1:22 p.m.
Lance Schmitt, President of the West Valley College Academic Senate, said of Gaskin, "We’re pretty devastated that she’s leaving. She’s been excellent to work with." He called her a "great collaborator and also a great leader."
Posted on April 19 at 2:57 p.m.
My article says half the layoffs were were rescinded. The exact number is 33. Thirty-seven teachers are still waiting to find out if they will be given positions next school year.
On Teachers Grieve Seven Days Without Pay
Posted on April 6 at 10:32 a.m.
I just added a link to the ACCJC's letter explaining its ruling. Just click on the words "final decision" in the second paragraph of this article.
On City College on Warning
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