I had an interview last week and they completely stumped me on a couple of questions! Specifically, they gave me some data and asked me to interpret it. They asked me how I would alter my instruction based on the students' test scores. The data they gave me was a list of four of the common core standards for reading and writing and percentages of students who scored proficient for each standard, etc. I honestly had NO IDEA what to say. I JUST graduated and completed my student teaching. Honestly, had it actually been my students' scores, I would have taken it to my cooperating teacher or to another colleague on my teaching team to help me. So, my question is: what do you say when you really have no clue? Is it better to admit that you don't know?