Hey guys, I got a few interviews lines up for this week. I have been teaching for nearly five years and am almost done with my master's degree in Special Education. I have been in good schools and poorly managed ones. I am doing as much research as I can on the schools I'm interviewing at to find the right school for me. I am looking up test schools, going on district websites, and reading reviews on GreatSchools.org. I feel the best way of doing so is to "interview" the principal after they interview me. I know that sometimes, questions I ask can also impact their decision. Besides asking "when will a decision will be made," Some questions I came up with: 1. Tell me some things that you like about this school. 2. I'm a problem solver. Are there improvements that your school plans to make? If so, what can I do to help? 3. I am an avid reader and have often been requested by my previous students to sponsor a book club. Will your school expect me to sponsor an after school club or should I wait until after my first year with you? I can't think of anything else. I am trying to fish for details on the school culture. I am interviewing in districts I have not subbed in. Feel free to give me input if there is a better way to approach these questions. Thanks, you guys have been very helpful!