What does Higgin's mean when he says, "teaching would be impossible unless pupils were sacred" (35)

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Higgins is answering Pickering's charge that he cannot be involved in an experiment where the girl (Eliza) is not treated with the utmost respect. Higgins replies that his pupils are sacred, which means regarded with reverence and respect.