“With regard to the assistant principal and administrative intern positions,…[Plaintiff] not only possessed two certifications in school…but also had worked in a supervisory administrative capacity…for many years. [Plaintiff’s] prior experience as an administrator was corroborated through the testimony…. Further, with regard to the “lead teacher” and “testing coordinator” positions, the evidence showed that [Plaintiff] had prior experience as a “lead teacher”…, and that one of her duties…had been to serve as the school’s “on-site test coordinator/assistant test coordinator.” Id. at *9
“[W]e previously have recognized that an employer’s failure to interview a candidate can “help carry [plaintiff’s] burden” of proving pretext. Id. at *9, citing Wheeler v. City of Columbus, Miss., 686 F.2d 1144, 1153–54 (5th Cir.1982).