Some students have expressed concern that I am not allowing you to have a say in the decisions that affect your future, and I agree. If you are expected to abide by this school's policies, it's only fair that you have a voice on how those rules are made.
Landon: What are you doing here? Hope: Dr. Saltzman wanted me to administer your tests, starting with some weird mystical blood analysis. Landon: No. Hope: Excuse me? Landon: No. These tests determine whether or not I get to stay at the school, right? There is no way I am putting my future in your hands. You're biased. Hope: I'm not biased. Besides, neither of us have a choice. Believe me, this is not how I would choose to spend my day either. Hope: See? Biased.