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Tenorio refutes allegations of plagiarism

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Lieutenant Governor Ray Tenorio refutes allegations made against him of academic fraud. In a statement, he wrote, "In no way did I commit plagiarism. Integrity, especially academic integrity, is a value I have always held in high regard. I am aware of allegations to the contrary. The truth is I wrote and submitted a qualifying exam, which outlines my philosophy on public administration."

Tenorio added, "I've been pursuing my master's degree for the past eleven years. Throughout my professional career, I've made time to pursue higher education. I feel it's important to tell all Guamanians, that no matter where you are in life, you can make time for your education, and you can keep learning. I'm proud of everyone who share similar stories. It's never too late for you to get a degree. I sincerely hope more people take every opportunity to further their education."

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