After more than two years, most education settings are finally returning to normal. For many parents, this is conflicting news. Between 25 and 50 percent of parents are ambivalent or dissatisfied with their children’s education — yet few are taking action. What’s stopping them?
Despite frustration with their children’s education, many parents are uncertain about whether they should or could make a change. Moving their child to a new school is a complicated process and may have unforeseen implications.
Policymakers and education leaders must work to help these families by offering concrete solutions so more children can attend schools that best meet their unique needs.