Originally Posted by Gibonius
Originally Posted by lasbar
I wouldn't do it..
It's a hard jobs especially in rougher schools..
I don't exactly live in a rough area, and the rough areas around here pay a whole lot less.
Yeah, that's truly the irony of how the US funds public education - since it's generally tied to local property taxes, schools in affluent areas have great facilities, music, arts and sports programs, well paid teachers, and involved (often overly so) parents. Rough neighborhoods have falling down schools, underpaid and inexperienced teachers, and parents who don't care about education. A great system to break the cycle of poverty, not.