Okay. So last year I began running a small rec gym program for the owner of a dance studio in my town. She was upset that she was losing young students to other sports, especially gymnastics. To alleviate this problem, she decided to open a small gym in her dance studio. When I started with her, she was very upfront about her lack of knowledge of the sport. She hired me under the guideline that I would run the entire gym program alone. I worked the entire year with no parent complaints...thankfully. She had approx. 220 students throughout the dance & gym program...112 of them were gym students. I carried this amount of students by myself while the other half were spread out among herself & 4 other dance teachers. So, this is my problem: Now that the new season is about to begin, she's telling me that I'll be in charge of the gym program again...that's fine. The thing is that I'm trying to structure classes & ratio appropriately to be productive and effective and she's trying to cram kids of diff. ages & skill levels in the same class just so she doesn't have to pay me to teach more hours. This is SO FRUSTRATING!! I know that this is not going to work! I don't want her making me look like a bad coach because I'm teaching overcrowded classes....and they're unorganized!! I've already approached her several times...nicely...and no changes have been made. What should I do??