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Education board to revisit recommendations

by Michele Catahay

Guam - A management audit conducted two years ago that included 200 recommendations for the Department of Education are set to be discussed this evening at the Guam Education Policy Board's meeting. On Monday the board met in a work session to discuss recommendations noted in the audit. 

Board chairman Ronald Ayuyu says members discussed what DOE has implemented so far but he says there's much more work that needs to be done.  "We need to be very careful looking through the Evergreen and see what the best solution may be. And this solution has to come from the management team from downtown and present it to the board for review and approval. So it's very critical that we don't jump with the issue. We just need to go item by item," he said.

So far, the agency has implemented 82 of the 200 recommendations.

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