“You don’t have to be bad to get better.” Adopting this mindset requires putting the needs of students ahead of the needs of adults. More importantly, it requires a good dose of moral courage by school leaders as well as the professional staff they supervise. How is moral courage demonstrated? Look for educators who are energized by opportunities to learn, are constantly asking questions, willingly take on new challenges, seek out feedback from colleagues, and always put students first. Moral courage is what empowers educators to move from knowing to doing. It enables them to apply their understandings about teaching and learning to make the changes needed to improve the quality of teaching. Inspire others by sharing your examples of moral courage in action with us!