Oh, do you mean the 15-20 jobs I applied for? No beans to spill. I am actually applying for assistant principalships in our school district. It's a l-o-n-g, frustrating, red-tape-filled process.
Basically, from what I am hearing, 25 or so people apply for each opening. About 10 of those get call-backs. I went on a call-back interview yesterday. From there, the principal sends his/her top 3-5 choices to the district office. The district then interviews those people and appoints one. The next (and final appointments for the summer) are being made at the July 15th school board meeting. You really don't hear anything until the last minute. On most positions, you don't actually get the big rejection letter until after you have seen that the appointment went to somebody else. I had a new interview this morning at a school, and she told me she isn't even going to be ready by the 7/15 date. She won't get a new AP until after the school year has started (that's July 30th for us).
So, in a nutshell, no news is literally no news.