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4. Wear a suit.
You would not believe the outfits (and makeup) that I’ve seen during interviews. Leave the sandals at home. Leave the thick black eyeliner at home. You want the people on the committee to see you at your absolute professional best. You are presenting yourself as an expert educator and though a school dress code may normally be more relaxed than an office building, the interview is the place to present your best professional look and attitude.
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