So I'm doing a demo lesson next week at this district that apparently "really wants me" At first I wasn't sure about them because of a disorganized interview process, weird desperate vibe, the position being for a brand new school, and the administration I met with just generally not seeming particularly friendly. However I was starting to get more excited about the position because it would totally be a preferred grade and subject, but then upon further research I'm learning more about the district and their issues So basically their superintendent is wildly unpopular and the majority of the district's teachers signed a petition for her to resign, which she didn't. People are also furious about her laying off teachers and hiring new teachers, and I would obviously BE a new teacher. I would hate to go into a work environment where people were already resentful of me. ANOTHER administrator (one who was in my interview and pressuring me on the phone) is also apparently extremely disliked and has been accused of creating a hostile work environment, "terrorizing" district employees, bullying people to leave the district, and more... How big of a factor would issues like that be in your decision?