"In that school system, Luis, I was the superintendent and the entire central office. It was me, the principal of the prek - 8 schools, and we had 3 administrative assistants. And we were the administration, together with the bookkeeper. So, I learned all about tax levies... bonds...facilities... It was pretty cool."
- Michael Lubelfeld, Ed.D.
Michael Lubelfeld Ed.D. is the Superintendent of Schools, Deerfield Public Schools, in Deerfield, IL (DPS 109). In addition, he has worked as an adjunct professor, advisor, and supervisor at Chicago-area Universities in the Department of Educational Leadership. A public school educator and educational leader for nearly 25 years, Lubelfeld has served as an assistant superintendent, a middle school associate principal, a principal, and a middle school teacher, teaching social studies, reading, and civics. Earning his doctorate in education in curriculum and instruction allowed Lubelfeld to test theories of learning in action. He was named one of the top 5 Bammy Superintendent Finalists, he is a fierce advocate for Illinois Vision 20/20, he was honored as one of three finalists for the 2015 NASS (National Association of School Superintendents) superintendent of the year award, and he is the co-moderator of #suptchat the first Wednesday of every month at 7PM (with Nick Polyak of Leyden High School District).