As much as I love Montessori private schools and Montessori homeschooling, I have a wish that Montessori public schools will someday become available everywhere. Today, I want to share some YouTube videos and other resources with Montessori public school ideas and inspiration.
Montessori Public School Inspiration
I always love to see Montessori in action, and it’s exciting to know that this video is from a Montessori public school … the Annie Fisher Montessori Magnet School in Hartford.
Inspiration from Research: Does it Work? What Research Says About Montessori and Student Outcomes from National Center for Montessori in the Public Sector
Starting a Public Montessori School
In the following video, Marta Donahoe, the Executive Director of the Cincinnati Montessori Teacher Education Program, talks about what’s needed to start a successful public Montessori school. At the end, the video suggests going to American Montessori Society for more information: Public Schools at American Montessori Society.
Inspiration from Trevor Eissler, author of Montessori Madness! A Parent to Parent Argument for Montessori Education
I have some posts with inspiration from Trevor Eissler, the author of Montessori Madness! A Parent to Parent Argument for Montessori Education. Trevor is one of the most widely known advocates of making Montessori education available to all children.
I’d love to hear if you have any experience with a Montessori public school!
Photo Credit: The photo at the top of the page isn’t from a public Montessori school, although it could be. Photo by something.from.nancy at Flickr Creative Commons.
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