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What questions did they ask during your interview at New York City Department of Education?

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  • Why do you care about environmental injustice?
    What can your experience as a low-income student bring to our team?

  • Talk about yourself

  • What is your favorite song?

  • About 401k , scholarships

  • What qualifies you to work with city kids? How do you differentiate instruction? What would I see if I walked into your classroom?

  • How I would teach various types of math.
    How I would handle a crisis with children in conflict with each other.

  • They asked me about what I was currently reading on my own (jeez, back then I had more time to read for pleasure), how I would deal with disgruntled parents, what were my teaching strategies, etc.

    I think the questions posed will most likely relate to the type of position you’re applying for ( i.e. Principal, Assistant Principal, Subject Teacher, Para, etc.)

    My advice is to be prepared (you may be asked to do a demo lesson too), be well read, and talk to others already in the position that you desire.

    Best of luck!

  • Nursing based. Availability is important! Need nurse in the Bronx frequently! Some start with DOHMH School nurse and transfer over but that can also take years!!

  • Why do you want to work here?

  • As a data analyst, I was asked to:
    1. Do a take-home Excel task (could be done with just formulas)

    2. Document it

    3. Present my methods and why I did what I did

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