Well, after 7 years of going to work everyday to a place that made me feel anxious and poorly valued, I finally resigned. I performed at a proficient to above proficient level, so it is a shame that I felt harassed, when generally I was given constructive feed-back. I have always received proficient to above proficient level evaluations. I suppose, at this point in my life, I am just not interested in the feedback, since I am not a child and generally disagree with the feedback- since I get a lot of feedback from other sources other than my boss. Anyway, some how, it will close one door and open up another one. I'm sick of the BS and I'm done with a system that is making smart kids feel bad about themselves, because they don't fit into a certain system or framework. It is wrong and it generally bothers me enough to be a strong factor that was weighted in my decision to resign. So now I feel sad that I have done this, but I know it is the right decision. I could easily spend the rest of my life driving up to this school and continually dealing with the same problems again and again. And then get my retirement in 2039 and wonder where my life went. It wasn't a rash decision, but one that I made over time and I generally feel good about it.