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Committee ready to evaluate Underwood

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - The evaluation of the Department of Education Superintendent Dr. Nerissa Bretania Underwood officially begins this week.  Every year the board conducts an evaluation on the DOE superintendent and rates her performance in leading the largest agency in the government.

"Each member is plugged in on a different date to begin reviewing the evaluation information and then that's where we start giving her, her rating.  After we complete that mission for the whole week, we have another timeline when the committee will come in and review the comments that we put in her evaluation," noted Ron Ayuyu, chairman of the Guam Education Policy Board.

Ayuyu says the committee will then come in and review the comments in the evaluation and allow Dr. Underwood to respond first before the evaluation is made public later this month.

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