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Education Board meeting next Thursday

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - The superintendent of public education position is among many topics on this week's Guam Education Board agenda. Superintendent Dr. Nerissa Underwood is scheduled to give a report on the Gateway to Success Master Technology Plan, as well as on the Head Start Program. 

Board members are also expected to discuss the Comprehensive Correction Action Plan, the Guam Federation of Teachers and student representatives to the board, proposed redistricting efforts for George Washington High School, as well as proposed standardization of the high school bell schedule as well as Southern High School's bell schedule. 

The education board meeting will be held Thursday at 8:30 in the morning at the Department of Education Conference Room in Hagatna.

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