At a Denver area elementary school, students are organized into classes in an unconventional manner -- they are arranged by what they know, not their age or mandatory grade level.
All Hodgkins Elementary School students learn at their own pace and are grouped together for specific lessons based on their skills in that area, CNN reports.
The school has no grades or grade levels.
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