What San Francisco Chronicle writer Nanette Asimov doesn't say in the following article,
"City College Has A Plan For Staying In Business,"
is that the "enrichment" classes which will be shaved back, such as the Memoirs and Music Appreciation classes she mentions, are most likely for Older Adults, and very definitely part of the "Adult Education" piece of City College.
As I hope people are beginning to understand, Adult Education in California in provided under either the shelter of High School districts, as it is San Mateo and most other places, or Community College districts, as it is in San Francisco and San Diego.
Adult Education at City College is called "non-credit."
Call it what you will, it is still Adult Education and it is about to be hacked.
It appears that non-credit ESL, the same sort of ESL that is taught at San Mateo Adult School and Berkeley Adult School and Adult Schools all across this state, may be spared, at least in part.
I say that based on this line from the article: