It is important to understand that teachers who have the respect of the students and maintain an atmosphere of authority and that employ any of the classroom management theories above will have occasional misbehavior problems from their students. There will be students who will be off task and disruptive regardless of the best laid plans of the teacher. There are reasons that may be affecting the student that have no bearing on what is going on within the classroom such as economic pressures, sociological issues, and parental frustrations. Even though problems will and do arise for whatever reasons, teachers must be prepared to deal with them in order to return the classroom to an environment that is more conducive to learning. The above theories provide the foundational work for classroom management and the ideas will always influence classroom management.