And a hint, especially if you're in California...EQUAL
OPPORTUNITY EDUCATION!! The reason I was hired for the
school I am at now is because the principals were happy I
mentioned that. The principal who chose me said I was the
only one who talked about that out of all of their candidates.
So basically not just about cultural/language differences, but
also gender and class. That basically all students are entitled
to a good education, and if that means you have to work
longer to accommodate for that, then that's what you have to
do, otherwise the student is going to have a hard time
advancing and that they haven't failed the system, the
system failed to provide an equal opportunity for them.
Anyway, hope that helps a little bit!!
On 3/06/15, Carlee wrote:
> I am going to be interviewing for a kindergarten position
> the school I work in. I am currently the k-8 art teacher and
> paraprofessional in various areas of the school. I have
> been preparing for this interview, as I knew the position
> would become available at the end of the year. However,
> what do you think I should know or should be prepared
> for? Thanks!