In the Philadelphia Public School District, I experienced a lot. Teachers are well rounded, and give lessons more personality involving real life connections. Students are diverse and mildly social. However individual attention in student counseling, its difficult. Half the time schools don't have counselors due to a limited budget, and if not they are not available on a daily basis, because they are just too busy. The same goes for some school nurses. Nurses are not available every hour, so if something happens the nurse it not there to help. The point is the districts BUDGET. There's not enough money to pay teachers correctly, as well as necessary counselors and nurses. My school just got a new nurse and counselor after getting enough money after three years. In other schools classes such as the arts, are sometimes limited due to the budget cuts and are removed (unless it's an art school). These schools just need a better budget and understanding of art importance.