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Questions to ask on a teaching interview

When interviewing with school district administrators, try to learn as much as possible about the school, district, and community in which you might be employed.  Typically questions areas include:

  • History and recent trends in the district (i.e. is enrolment stable, increasing, or decreasing?)
  • Size and unique characteristics of the district
  • Availability of technology in the classroom
  • Are there any curriculum changes currently being planned?
  • Typical class size
  • Why the position is available (i.e. due to enrolment increase, retirement, resignation, etc.)
  • Other assignments required (i.e., coaching)
  • Availability of summer school employment
  • Size of the faculty
  • How involved are parents and other community members
  • Demographic information about the community and student population
  • Requirements for continuing professional education

FURTHER SUGGESTIONS

  • Visit the district while classes are in session
  • Try to meet the department head and/or principal by whom you would be supervised


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