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More questions to ask in an interview
Submitted by: Jill, middle school resource 6-8

I wanted to add more specific questions (especially for my fellow special ed teachers) I think every teacher should ask at an interview ...

  1. How long will my planning be?
  2. What materials are already available in my classroom? Very important! Don't take a job with no/shoddy materials unless they promise to purchase more.
  3. Can I meet my assistant? (if applicable)- not getting along with someone who shares your classroom everyday can be a nightmare!
  4. What committees will I be expected to serve on?
  5. What is your philosophy of special education? If you feel like they would be cool with a question like this throw it back at them towards the end of the interview. You need to know how your administration views the subject and the kids you teach.



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