Peg Robertson, one of the leading figures in the Opt Out movement, here writes movingly about her own experiences as a teacher, struggling to do her best for her students in an atmosphere dominated by corporate reform ideas.

She writes about the family that shaped her views about education.

She offers practical and wise suggestions for every teacher in the same predicament.

This is an action guide that every teacher will enjoy reading.

Read what she says, share it, and listen to her words of wisdom.