The Kindezi School pioneers a dramatically different approach to public education including:
-Family-sized classrooms with six students and one teacher
-Tutorial method as a main form of instruction
-Individualized instruction for each student
-A focus on leadership and the arts
5 Core Beliefs:
1.There is no conflict between rigorous expectations and supportive nurturing care.
2. With individualized learning plans, and in classes with only six students, Kindezi teachers will instruct students in a way that addresses each child's readiness, interests, and learning styles.
3. Creativity and critical thinking are essential higher order skills that should be cultivated in each child.
4. A school culture of accountability is essential.
5. A democratic school model can empower students, parents, and teachers.