A public meeting in California involving policy discussions by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges excluded two dozen or more people while allowing 20 to enter. The commission, which will reveal in the coming month whether 45 schools will maintain their accreditation, has drawn criticism from faculty members in the state. "This is such an important public meeting, and not to allow the public in is discouraging," said Adam Wetsman of Rio Hondo College.

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