A trip to the U.S. mainland to discuss Guam Department of Education’s high-risk grantee status may to shift to a virtual meeting after a Guam Education Board member questioned the timing.
“We are about to open schools and the superintendent is leaving again?” board member Robert Crisostomo asked.
Guam Department of Education Superintendent Jon Fernandez had requested travel authorization during this week’s Guam Education Board meeting. He withdrew his request after hearing concerns of the timing.
The purpose of the trip was to meet with U.S. Department of…