Guam - The Guam Education Policy Board met last night to discuss the reopening of Eskuelan Puengi, the upcoming public school week, and to receive the superintendent's report. Board Chairman Ron Ayuyu says he and his fellow board members would like to see more comprehensive data from the superintendent in future meetings.
"Lacking on the data like percentage," said Ayuyu. "On administrators or student ratios. It's because the count is high or the percentage is lower than the rest for middle school and high school. That's the issue that they're raising that they need to be accurate with the information."
Eskuelan Puengi classes will begin on March 8. The program is a night school to help high school seniors catch up with credits and graduate on time.