This writing will challenge mentalities, perspectives, ethics and attitudes regarding the American public education system. In short, it will show day-to-day dealings between colleagues, and it will reveal the inconsistent attitudes held by administrators. It will point fingers at some tions which need to be altered, and it will offer simple ideas that could make a difference toward positive change. This book isn't designed to repair the public education system. It, instead, is designed to give a real look at what real teachers deal with on a regular basis. It is a surprising study of what happens to the educator who succeeds. And it is an alarming look at how colleagues deal with someone else's success and popularity. This book awakens the reader to the realities and struggles of those few who truly are dedicated to the teaching profession. And then it asks real questions for you to ask yourself as a reader, as a taxpayer, as a parent and as a member of our educated society.