Superintendent of Schools - Michael Lubelfeld Ed.D.
Michael Lubelfeld Ed.D. has served as a public school superintendent in Illinois since 2010. In addition, he has worked as an adjunct professor, advisor, and supervisor at National Louis University and Loyola University Chicago in the Department of Educational Leadership. A public school educator and educational leader for nearly 30 years, Lubelfeld has served as an assistant superintendent, a middle school associate principal, a principal, and a middle school teacher. He has experience 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 a 2015-2016 NSPRA Superintendent to Watch, in 2017 he was named the Lake County (IL) Superintendent of the Year. This year he was awarded the Loyola University of Chicago School of Education Distinguished Alumni Award for Administration & Supervision. He presents on leadership around the state, nation, and world and he is active in leadership development with state and national associations. He is the co-moderator of the monthly Twitter chat #suptchat with Nick Polyak, and he and Polyak co-authored the books The Unlearning Leader: Leading for Tomorrow’s Schools Today (2017), and Student Voice: From Invisible to Invaluable (2018), and The Unfinished Leader: A School Leadership Framework for Growth & Development (2021) (Rowman-Littlefield Publishers). Mike is a presenter for the Illinois Association of School Boards, Illinois Association of School Administrators, the American Association of School Administrators, and other organizations focused on leadership and education. Mike and his wife Stephanie have two children and they live in suburban Chicago.
Dr. Lubelfeld has been interviewed on a number of webcasts, podcasts, and informational opportunities, check back from time to time to see updates.
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