My colleagues and I at last week's interviews with the Seattle Public Schools superintendent finalists had our theories about why the district split us into three 15-minute slots, not the least of which being that the district was afraid a media free-for-all might scare some finalists off.
Well, if that was the strategy, it didn't work. Over the weekend two of the three finalists—Sandra Husk and Steven Enoch—have withdrawn their names from consideration.
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