A showdown is expected at City College of San Francisco on Thursday evening as trustees at the troubled school vote on whether to slash favored but costly ways of doing business.
Their decisions could transform how the college does business. In consideration:
-- Drastically reducing the number of department chairs released from teaching to do administrative work.
-- Closing college-run child care centers.
-- Forcing students to pay the required fees upon enrolling for classes - the practice of allowing them not to pay has cost the college a colossal $8.5 million over decades.