Seattle Times: Seattle residents give their local schools a thumbs up
From our news partners at The Seattle Times: A telephone survey conducted in November shows that local schools and Interim Superintendent Susan Enfield are much more popular than the Seattle School Board or the district's central administration. By Brian M. Rosenthal.
Seattle residents are pretty happy with the school in their neighborhood and very happy with its teachers, but they're less sure about the leaders of the city's public-school system, according to a survey released Wednesday by Seattle Public Schools.
The results also show that residents like the Seattle School Board much less than they like Interim Superintendent Susan Enfield, who unexpectedly announced last month that she wouldn't seek the top job on a permanent basis.
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