GDOE Deputy Superintendent Joe Sanchez talks back to school with Kate Baltazar Dodge.
Written by Paul Charfauros on July 16, 2020
Planning for children to learn at home. A majority of public school students may learn from home this upcoming school year, according to the Guam Department of Education. Initial results gathered from 16,000 responses to GDOE’s models of learning survey say that 37 percent of students islandwide would like to learn online from home, 28 percent would like to learn from home using hardcopy instruction, and 35 percent would like to attend school on alternating days.