The KI Day School believes that an Individualized education is the prototypical model for an ideal education. Not exclusively for students with special needs as the traditional school model suggests rather, an educational standard for all students aspiring to improve. It is unfortunate that the traditional school model is typified by a cookie cutter, one size fits all schematic. Especially as school demographics are dynamically diverse across all levels. The most obvious remedy for mediocre achievement and the nonchalance of students in general is to design an education program that is relevant and pertinent to the child’s individual circumstances. Children that struggle with reading should not be forced to read the curriculum content, even in a leveled form, if the child cannot make a background connection with the literature and subsequently can’t comprehend. Reading specialists worldwide will affirm the necessity of schema in reading comprehension. Ideally, if a child picks a book, peruses through it, asks questions about it, thinks about it and can relate the content to their lives; then the literature becomes a part of the child’s experience thus creating a connection. From that point concepts and strategies can be taught.