Law and Public Education: The Paralyzing Effects of Excessive Bureaucracy

The nearly endless bureaucratic rules in America’s schools prevent teachers and school administrators from effectively creating learning environments.
Bureaucracy hurts the ability of school administrators to operate public schools.

* 88% of superintendents say “keeping up with all the local, state and federal mandates handed down to the schools takes up way too much time.”
* 54% of superintendents and 48% of principals say they “must work around the system” to “get things done the way they want.”
* 81% of superintendents and 47% of principals and say “when talented [principals or] superintendents leave the field, they are most likely to do so because they are ‘frustrated by politics and bureaucracy.’ “

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