In his book, "David and Goliath", Malcolm Gladwell postulates that small class sizes aren't necessarily the best thing for students and their learning outcomes. This doesn't mean larger class sizes are better. The author simply states that just as there is a class size that's too large, there's also a class size that may be too small.
Small classes mean individual attention, but they also mean a lack of a certain energy, variety of opinions, momentum to undertake large projects.
Ultimately, it all comes down to the individual child's learning style. Check it today at Creative Learning.