Of course, much like in an interview with a regular school district, there is no reason provided. I know I had an excellent presentation using information that I would teach in my own classroom, so that couldn't be it. Very frustrating that someone who has already earned their undergrad, has a teacher license already, proven experience with student teaching and substitute teaching, and still can't work with Teach for America. Unfortunately this comes after having an interview for my own classroom yesterday where I felt my time was completely wasted. The teacher I would replace was a coach, I am not a coach. Come to find out today that the districts have to interview a certain number of people and I suppose I was a good "no" to interview for that position. While it is great that I am in my current interim position, I really would love my own classroom to do what I want with and not worry that I am impacting the evaluation information for another teacher. I'll keep looking though. If anything, my interim assignment has proven that I really love teaching and using my creativity to reach a variety of students. Each day is like a puzzle, how will you work with that student who is tough to reach, what classroom management skills will help the talkative class of 33 stop talking, etc. Yes, I have a class of 33 students, in a portable!