Would you consider teaching in a school with a suspension rate that high? It amounts to over 100 suspension incidents in one single school year. I have an interview with this place and it would be a preferred location/grade/subject, but I've never seen a school with such a high suspension rate, and it would be my first year teaching, so I'm no classroom management expert yet. What in general is/was important to you when finding a school to work at? Test scores? Average class size? School hours? What else do you consider? I don't want to be too picky and not find a job at all, but I don't want to take a job where I might be miserable enough to break my contract and get my credential suspended for the year.