I had an interview May 31st that I thought went really well. It was for an ELA position at an elementary school in my dream district. I was shocked to get the call because I didn't apply for the position but I did give my resume and info to the principal at the district job fair months ago. It was just the principal and 2 specialists in the interview. They were writing down everything I said and it didn't feel awkward. I had an interview last year and I knew halfway in that they were just being courteous but that I didn't get the job. But I could tell. With this interview, I honestly felt it went really well. No weird vibes, nothing fake, just goodness. Now it's June 11th and I haven't heard anything. The principal told me I'd hear back either way and I belived her because a friend of mine use to work for her years ago and said she was one of the best and most solid principals she'd ever worked for. So....what should I say in a call? I did an email followup the next day. I don't know if I truly have the gumption/balls to ask but I want to be like "if I blew it, PLEASE tell me what it was and what I can improve on" It's SO hard to get into this district and I got an interview and now.....nothing. I was depressed thinking about my current school but now I'm just feeling lost about this interview. I'm trying to build up the courage to simply resign because I hate my district and school right now and do not want to be stuck for another year. My health was horrible, more gray than ever and just all around thinking I need to leave education. I somewhat dropped out of my masters because I could barely function to go to work and be around my "team", admin, students, and just the whole building.