You should. She's the new interim superintendent for Seattle Public Schools after former superintendent Maria Goodloe-Johnson got the boot for failing to provide sufficient oversight over a district small business contractual program.

Enfield has promised to usher in a new era of accountability and transparency and has established office hours every Thursday to meet with the community and listen to their concerns. She's already booked until June, but don't worry, that's where Questionland comes in. Enfield has promised to answer your questions all day April 13.

We've already received a tremendous response: 35 questions in just a couple of days. Now it's time for you to vote for your favorite question. Enfield will take this into account when choosing questions to answer. She has committed to respond to at least 10 questions.

Curious about what kind of questions people are asking?

Ask and you shall receive
  • Ask and you shall receive

Is summer school currently available for all students working below grade level? If not, why not?

Why doesn't SPS pursue the cheapest and most effective strategies?

What will the new SPS superintendent do to ensure greater equity in schools?

What is Singapore Math and why is only one school using it? That school appears to have the highest Elementary Math MSP scores.

This is your chance to get involved in a conversation about our public schools—seize it!