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Presentation for education plan set

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by Jolene Toves

Guam - The Department of Education will resume their regional presentations focusing on the proposed District Action Plan entitled "20/20: A Clear Vision for Education on Guam." As we reported the DAP aims to improve student performance through a stronger curriculum, focus on effective teaching, assessment, intervention and overall accountability. Presentations will begin at 6pm at the following locations and dates:

April 21st at Simon Sanchez Highschool library; April 23rd at JFK Highschool cafeteria; April 29th at GW Highschool cafeteria; may 2nd at Okkodo High School cafeteria and May 6th at the parent leadership PCLES.

Parents, student and DOE employees are encouraged to attend and provide their input. 

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