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Education suruhanu now under AG

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - The Education Suruhanu is now officially under the Guam Attorney General's Office. The two entered into a memorandum of understanding to clarify the roles, duties and responsibilities between the AG and the education suruhanu as well as to establish mutual procedures to facilitate the working relationship that the education suruhanu is now an entity under the AG's Office.

The education suruhanu will continue to respond to complaints related to the Every Child is Entitled to An Adequate Public Education Act. The joint effort is also mandated by Public Law 30-196.

The Guam Attorney General was responsible for inspecting the island's public schools a couple of years ago, but that has since changed when the legislature created the education suruhanu position.

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