Keith has spent over three decades in public education as a teacher, coach, building administrator, and in central office supervision. Like all educators, he has witnessed first hand the struggles that educators have faced over the years. Struggles that challenge teachers to manage classroom behavior lead to lost instructional time, negatively affecting student learning, but also driving teachers out of the profession. The frustration of this cycle is felt by all in the educational efforts of each student. The answer lies in positive relationships where expectations are known and the process for achieving these expectations is thoughtfully and collaboratively practiced.