Guam - Teachers with more experience are best suited to teach
struggling students. That was the consensus at Saturday's village meeting at Ordot-Chalan Pago Elementary School.
According to Governor's Educational Learning Task Force reform committee chair
Troy Torres, the opposite is happening in the current public school system.
perfect example between the system that we have now and the system we need to
move to, one that is focused on the achievement of students, and where the
decisions of the department are based off the needs of students and nobody else,"
that new teachers often need mentorship and may not be successful at teaching
struggling students. The series of village meetings will continue throughout
the central and northern villages throughout July.