You can’t produce long-lasting solutions to problems by alienating the people who would have the biggest impact in effecting change. Want to see what happens when you try?
(Thanks to @ProgresivTeacher for sharing this)
This is the lesson of the protests in Egypt, the protests in Madison, and the unravelling of the changes Michelle Rhee made in DC. If your change involves repressing a large group of people, you might be able to make some faux headway, but as soon as you are gone, all of your changes will revert.
Want to really change education? Listen to educators.