City College of San Francisco has filed a draft report describing changes the college is making to avoid having its accreditation revoked. The college also released a paper detailing how it would handle being shut down in a worst-case scenario. Progress has been made in correcting a broad range of fiscal and administrative problems at the college, officials said, including across-the-board pay cuts ranging from 2.85 to 5.2 percent. But more work remains, and a "special trustee" the college brought in to help manage the crisis recently asked for an extension to a mid-March deadline set by the accreditor.
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