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  • Guam’s DODEA schools stay open, public schools go remote amid coronavirus surge

    SEPTEMBER 1, 2021

    BY ALEX WILSON

    Defense Department schools on Guam will remain open despite a coronavirus surge that recently put an end to face-to-face learning for the U.S. territory’s off-base students.

    Military children will continue learning in classrooms, at least while the island’s military health protection condition remains at Bravo, according to Joint Region Marianas and the Department of Defense Education Activity - Pacific Far East.

    ... While DODEA schools will stay open, the remainder of the island’s schools are turning to remote learning in response to rising COVID-19 cases. Guam Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero by executive order Friday mandated that all classes, from prekindergarten to 12th grade, must refrain from in-person education.

    https://www.stripes.com/covid/2021-0...9-2738273.html
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