Interviews are required component of teacher selection process within the primary schools DCSF, 2009). Research concentrating on this area includes psychological and contextual influences on the teacher selection interview (Delli and Vera, 2004), postemployment outcomes, and the validity of the teacher interview for predicting performance of classroom teachers (Young and Delli, 2002). Noticeably, omitted from the interview literature in educational arena is information on measuring interviews and combining interview results with other sources of selection methods. This book attempted to fill these gaps. The purpose of this research is to explore how teacher-selection interviews are measured, how the interview results are combined with other selection methods and to study headteachers’ viewpoints as to how the effectiveness of teacher employment interviews could be improved. Teacher recruiters will find this book interesting and valuable.