Right away, when visitors walk into an Intrinsic Schools classroom, they notice its size. Each classroom holds roughly 50 to 60 students. Though, it's counterintuitive to what research says about smaller classrooms, the school splits those students into multiple smaller groups. Different parts of the classroom allow for different types of teaching and learning. Educators here also rely heavily on technology and data to decide which groups students belong in. We take a look at this unique charter school model.
Watch an interview with Melissa Zaikos, CEO, founder, and principal of Intrinsic Schools.