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Education Task Force town halls this week

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by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - The various committees of the Governor's Education Task Force are inviting the public to attend work sessions they're holding this week. The first one kicks off tomorrow 1:30 when the community schools action team meets at the Mayor's Council of Guam Conference Room in Hagatna. The team leader is Dededo Mayor Melissa Savares.

On Wednesday, the Facility Repairs, Renovations and New Schools Action Team and the Learning Resources Action Team will hold a joint work session in the Adelup Cabinet Conference Room at 3:30. Then on Thursday the Green Technology Action Team, led by Senator Dennis Rodriguez, Jr. will meet at 10 in the morning at the Guam Legislature's Public Hearing Room.

If you'd interested in helping find solutions to the island's education problems, you're more than welcome to attend any or all of these work sessions.

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