Can Montessori shift save Milwaukee Public Schools? Follow this link to an article from the Milwaukee Wisconsin Journal Sentinel Online edition June 16, 2012, written by Alan J Borsuk.
Literacy and Communication: The Language of Montessori 2010 AMI/USA Public School Forum The Montessori Public School Forum is designed for AMI public school programs and those aspiring to AMI standards. This year’s forum will focus on the language that is offered by an AMI Montessori program and how this literacy supports the child in his or her… Read More 2010 Public School Forum
I am always on the look out for any area where Montessori Education can take root and crowd out mainstream education, because I believe Montessori education is the best support for children’s development. So when I heard that one room school houses still exist I was intrigued. Growing up in rural Iowa, attending a school… Read More The One Room Schoolhouse
Donorschoose.org is an interesting way for Public Montessori Schools to make it easy for families to donate online for specific school projects while also reaching out to a larger internet community of possible donors. Here is a brief description of How it Works onorsChoose.org is a simple way to provide students in need with resources… Read More BS: Donorschoose.org
In an earlier post entitled “A Level Playing Field” I wrote this comment… “Unfortunately I don’t know of any states that have a state approved Montessori program that confers a state Montessori teaching license,…” Recently I discovered an article online about a statewide Public Montessori coordinator in South Carolina. I am glad that there is a state making efforts… Read More South Carolina
When I start thinking about the public school sector, and how Montessori education can compete with traditional education, I remember a cartoon that my father showed me years ago. I don’t have the original, but I have recreated it here based on my memory, and modified for this purpose. I think that public education is… Read More A Level Playing Field