American Montessori Society Senior Researcher and Coordinator Angela Murray, University of New Hampshire Assistant Professor of Education Jade Lee, and six teachers from Raintree Montessori School in Lawrence, Kansas presented on The […]
The University of Hartford (UHart) and the Montessori Training Center Northeast (MTCNE), an AMI teacher training center in Hartford, Connecticut, have received a Walton Family Foundation grant of $4.8 million for […]
“Why doesn’t someone do some research on Montessori to prove that it works?” That’s a question that has animated the Montessori world for decades. The answer is complicated, and depends […]
The Thomas B. Fordham Institute, a conservative-leaning education policy think tank associated with Common Core and the charter school movement, has released an interesting study, Three Signs a Proposed Charter School […]
The second issue of MontessoriPublic — Print Edition is out! 20 pages of news and commentary on Charters and Choice in public Montessori, with contributions from Montessori researchers, heads of […]
Tempe Elementary School District #3, in Tempe, Arizona, is launching a public Montessori program, Meyer Montessori, opening this fall with three Children’s House classrooms and plans to expand. According to Meyer’s […]
There’s a new feature here at the MontessoriPublic website — if you’re a regular visitor, you may have seen it already. Up there in the menu, you’ll see a new […]
MontessoriPublic Print Edition will be coming out in a second edition this May, with a focus on charter schools and school choice.
Montessori in a homeless shelter?
You might be thinking, “How is that going to work?”
But it’s working, in two inspiring programs in South Bend, Indiana, and St. Paul, Minnesota.
The Developmental Environment Rating Scale, or DERS, is an important new tool developed by the National Center for Montessori in the Public Sector (NCMPS) for measuring what matters in Montessori […]