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Interim schools superintendent lays out immediate priorities, time for meeting with parents, teachers

March 25th, 2011 · Comments

Seattle Public Schools Interim Superintendent Dr. Susan Enfield has presented a new plan to get the school district back on track after the recent firing of Superintendent Dr. Maria Goodloe-Johnson. Enfield’s plan, titled “Earning Public Confidence in Seattle Public Schools: Every Student Known, Challenged, Cared For,” is available online.

In the plan, she details her immediate priorities, how she’ll work with teachers, principals and parents and create a better system of accountability, and outreach to parents and the community through school visits and weekly office hours for any individual or group to express their concerns.

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