A month ago I shared how badly our school district is screwing up its math program. Frequently we're sent emails about some new meeting wherein we can "have input" into the decisions being made, but I honestly don't think anyone's interested in input. No, the decisions are made, at this point they're just trying to get buy-in. If you agree with the decisions you get to have input on implementation; if you don't, "the decision has already been made."
I have a lot of respect for my principal so it was difficult for me to tell him, but I can't be a so-called team player on this. They pay me, so I'll teach, and I'll teach what they want me to teach, when they want me to teach it. But I believe the decisions are so demonstrably and incredibly wrong that I've decided not to help them make those decisions, I don't want my fingerprints anywhere near them. There are some teachers across the district who believe these decisions are the right ones--I'll let them participate in making any such decisions, let them determine pacing guides and order of topics and which textbooks to use, and let them give me that information as marching orders.
Tell me what you want me to teach, and when, and I'll teach it. That's where I am right now. I'm not going to sabotage my district's plans, but I'm not going to help them formulate those plans, either. They get my obedience but they don't get my support.