I browsed a bit of your forum: I am not currently interviewing but if the enrollment at our school continues to decline I might be next summer. I interviewed at four schools here and I had a different experience at each interview. I think what helped me land my current job was my research about the position! Of the four schools I interviewed at 2 I would have been happy with and 2 I would not have accepted the job at. From one of the schools I didn't accept a job at I will tell you the bizarre interview question that landed me down a 30-45 minute conversation of craziness.... In case you happen to come upon it... Anyway I was asked to name some of my hobbies... Then I was told that I was teaching a class and getting all of the standards etc in with my hobby and the kids were loving it and the parents were happy but the administration came in and said you must stop teaching this way tomorrow! What would you do and how would you explain this to irate parents and to your students? Everything I said was "wrong" according to the asst principal and I just wanted to LEAVE-- but he kept me there for 2 hours and then said call back if I wanted a second interview. I called back and declined--- didn't seem like it would be a good fit for me. Turns out some of my children who had siblings at the school and the parents wanted them OUT! So glad I didn't end up there!