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DOE superintendent being evaluated

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 by Jolene Toves

Guam - Department of Education superintendent Jon Fernandez is currently undergoing an evaluation by the Guam Education Board which is rating his performance over the past year.  "It will be interesting to see where they think I am strong where they think I am weak if they are completely supportive of continuing this relationship and my leadership of the department and if not if there is concern serious concerns about the direction that we have been going and what we have been able to accomplish in the past two and a half years then if that's the case then we are going to need to discuss where we are heading after that," Fernandez said.

The evaluation is based on GEB's goals along with the duties and responsibilities the superintendent is expected to fulfill in his contract. Fernandez says that this review will not have a direct impact on his tenure instead it will identify his strengths and weaknesses. His evaluation will be addressed at the December 30th GEB meeting. 
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