Natalie Munroe, if you're unaware, is the only real teacher I've seen in a long time.
Because she spoke the truth about her students and their parents and did so bluntly. She called her students idiots, blames parents for poor parenting and spoke what every teacher knew was the truth deep down inside.
Now, of course truth gets you in trouble, no matter how truthful truth is. And it definitely gets you in trouble if the primary goal of your employer is not educating children or preparing them for the real world, but merely milking taxpayers in an elaborate baby sitting operation void of drama, tough fatherly love, and genuine production.
Now I bring up Natalie Munroe because I believe there are going to be more people like her. People who just cannot stomach lying day in and day out, maintaining the facade of political correctness, while they see not only what the reality is, but feel compelled to speak bluntly, truthfully and plainly because they genuine do care about society and our future. And this will not bode well for their careers.
Of course, I'm of the theory the whole ship is sinking anyway and there was never any career to have. Either because in order to have one you must drive yourself to insanity for 30 years to get a retirement (which isn't worth it), or because if the pretty lies are upheld long enough the whole system will collapse anyway (for example, my outspokeness of the banking industry has not won me many lucrative employment offers, but like the banking industry has any kind of long term viability and therefore ability to provide employment on par with say, the energy industry). But regardless, people like you, like me, like Natalie are going to suffer a veritable "truth" discrimination and our careers will suffer for it.
I have a solution, but it will be in a future (and I hope to be) ground-shaking post.
In the meantime, I strongly recommend you sacrifice the career for the sanity of being able to speak bluntly, truthfully and honestly. It isn't worth $75,000 a year to lie all the time and act "Minnesota Nice" 8 hours a day to people you utterly loathe and have no respect for.