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    By Rachel R

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    I just wanted to tell you that I agree with your posts. There's nothing wrong at all with wanting to be in your comfort zone. Right now I actually a volunteer at an inner city elementary school. I am looking over my shoulder every time I go into that school. I volunteer with another girl who also does tutoring at the school, but its still a scary part of town. Not at all like where I live. But its good teaching experience for me.
    I'm actually transferring to another school because of the district I live in. I live in Houston and I don't like my district at all and do not want to have to do internships or student teaching here. So in about a year I'll be transferring to a college in the Houston suburbs that is in a much better school district. It is an upper class so called "white district". But I don't think I'm racist just cause I don't want to teach in the city.

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