Editors Kretovics and Nussel (1994) suggest this country has not progressed much in “reducing lower-class stress in dealing with bureaucracies…(and) unless such problems are rectified, change will not occur, nor will chances for equality of educational opportunity.” I think parents care for the quality of education their children receive but are overwhelmed, confused, and frustrated from unproductive dealings with school bureaucracies. If parents would become more adept and experienced in this area, they would be better prepared to go into schools and make their voices heard. How do we lessen the stress for parents in dealing with bureaucracies and better equip them with tools for the fight?
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