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Work session planned for super’s eval

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - The Guam Education Policy Board may discuss the outcome of the superintendent's evaluation conducted by board members. According to chairperson Ron Ayuyu, a work session will be held tomorrow on the matter. If the board is ready to reveal the outcome, the issue will be further discussed during its regular meeting on Wednesday.

"We're going back into a work session before our regular board meeting to discuss other issues also, and that's when the chairperson Mary Gutierrez will announce whether we're ready to let the people know what's her rating," said Ayuyu.  The superintendent is evaluated by the board every year.

In the meantime, this week's meeting will be held this Wednesday beginning at 6pm at the Department of Education Conference Room in Hagatna.

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