Im sorry that's a super frustrating feeling, espesh when it feels like the ones who want to be there kinda get the short end of the stick. How many adults are in the room? I always thought the benefit was smaller ratios so more one on one time but I also admittedly don't know a super lot about it. Mine are 3-5 yr old at risk kids. There are 20 kids and 2 adults and it's just not enough support for the level of trauma some of them have been thru and the attn they require. It usually ends up with one adult trying to help a kid or two who is behaving very aggressively while also trying to help transition to the next part of the schedule, while the other adult is trying to keep the other remaining kids on track amidst the chaos and it's defeating. The way our class schedules are set up doesn't leave a lot of wiggle room so there's that pressure to get things under control quickly to move on instead of really dedicating that time working out conflicts and it's tough.