Last Thursday I interviewed for a part time reading position. It is 2 days and takes me an hour to get there and pay is 13.50. I haven't heard anything back from the school but I know the vice-principal wasn't going to be there on Friday. The reading specialist showed me the room they work in and introduced me to other staff. Not sure if that is a good indication. The interview wasn't that long and I didn't discuss my experience as a teacher since this was a reading position. Friday I then get a call from a principal in a closer district (20 minutes) left me a message on Friday that they wanted me to come in for an interview on Wed. The rate of pay is 18.00 an hour with 27.5. What do I do if school one offers me the job before I interview with the other school? I should have asked at my first interview what are the chances of climbing up the ladder in their school district. I know this district has a good rep for paying teachers. I guess I would see that job as a foot in the door. I also want to say how helpful this forum is. I can relate to some of the people on this forum. I think there was a guidance consoler who moved for a job to a different state and quit that job so she could go back home and struggled to get a job. I did the same thing. I moved to a new place site unseen. After 2 years I just wanted to move him to be near my family. The more interviews I go to the more confidence I loose. Now I've been out of the teaching job for many years. I know I might not be the greatest in an interview but put me in the classroom and they would see my interactions with my students.