I've read some other people's posts on this issue, but I was hoping I could get some advice... I interviewed three weeks ago for a New Jersey high school English position with a department supervisor. At the end of that interview, she scheduled me for a demo lesson in front of a class of AP seniors. I came in later that week and delivered my demo. Immediately after the demo, she brought me in for an interview with the principal. At the end of the interview, she told me that in the next step they'd make recommendations to the superintendent and that I would be contacted as soon as possible as to whether I'd be interviewing with the super or not. I didn't hear back for a week and a half, so I found an excuse to contact her. She kindly responded and added that she'd get back to me by the end of last week. Well, I never heard from her. Then yesterday, I got a call from the superintendent's secretary asking to set up a meeting for this Thursday. What does all this mean? Do I have the job? Have they recommended one or two other candidates for the superintendent to choose from? Please advise. I'm stressing out and I want to have a realistic picture of what my chances are. I really want this job.