Five years ago, I was nearing two decades as a high school Spanish teacher. Although I still enjoyed my time in the classroom, my happiness was often dependent on how my students behaved. Some days were better than others. Most of the time, students behaved well, but there were always a few who wouldn’t fall in line. I felt like the only solution was to kick them out and write them up. On those “other” days, I found myself questioning my career choice.