I'm an aspiring high school teacher, and it's always been my dream to teach in a "high needs" school. In fact, that's why I chose to go into the profession -- for the social justice element. However, I've been thinking lately about where I want to live after I get my certification. I really like my foresty trees, so my top choices are Oregon, Idaho, Montana, or perhaps Seattle. However, my problem now is that none of these places have many low-income schools. Now I'm trying to decide whether to pursue my "social justice" dream and live in a place that I'm not as interested in (Chicago, for example), or live in my #1 place but (probably) not have the opportunity to teach in a low-income school. Do you guys feel like teaching in a Title I/low income school it is a categorically different experience? Do you feel like teachers thee are "helping" students significantly more than they would be if they were teaching in a regular school?