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Relationships are at the heart of the model. The school had to find ways to make class sizes smaller and to build in time for with a ratio of one adult to twelve kids. They found that opportunity by using a co-teaching model in which a special education teacher and a general education teacher co-teach a smaller group of students in every subject. Half the class are students with special needs, but every student is given individualized attention. Having more adults assigned to these groups of students also means they can break them down into smaller advisories.