That's pretty dismissive. I agree with you that there is too much corruption and bureaucracy in public education - so much so that I work in the nonprofit sector now. But, we're not talking about that - we're talking about educational strategy, PBIS in particular. You can't simply enter a conversation and use "corruption" and "bureaucracy" as catch all arguments to avoid actual discussion of the topic at hand. Not if you want to be taken seriously and professionally. To be blunt, if you want respect, elevate the conversation. If you want your intelligence to be respected, put it on display. Be a thought leader in your school, and on this forum. There is plenty of room to disagree with status quo and challenge the establishment. I do it daily. But you've got to do it in a way that uses reason, research, and respect. To return to PBIS, I think you've got some valid points that are often overlooked by school leaders because your ideas aren't politically correct or du jour. Would be interested to continue the conversation if you so choose.