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Montessori: The Missing Voice in the Education Reform Debate
The following article, written by Laura Flores Shaw, recently appeared in The Huffington Post.
Why we need to let kids be creative
The following article was written by By Carolina A. Miranda of parenting.com. "The word 'creativity,' in our society, tends to be applied to artistic endeavors. But divergent thinking is an essential part of everyday life, whether it's navigating office politics or devising a new social-media network," she writes. Divergent thinking is something we stress here at WMS.
The following article was written by Dane Peters, Head of Brooklyn Heights Montessori School.
The following article appeared in the Wall Street Journal and was inspired by Ryan Sager, WSJ Commissioning Editor and a 1993 graduate of Washington Montessori School.
The following video is a "fast-draw" animation of a talk by Trevor Eissler, Montessori parent and author of "Montessori Madness: A Parent to Parent Argument for Montessori Education."
The following is an article written by Pat Werner, Head, Washington Montessori School. It was written in collaboration with Middle School Teacher Tom Fahsbender, Montessori colleague William Maier, Librarian Norma Mitchell and Board Member John Friedman.
The following is an article written by Tim Seldin, President of the Montessori Foundation, as found in Vol. 4. Number 4 of Tomorrow's Child.
Hanging In With Montessori-Tough Times
The following is an article written by Tim Seldin, President of the Montessori Foundation.
Evaluating Montessori Education
An analysis of students' academic and social scores compares a Montessori school with other elementary school education programs. By Angeline Lillard, professor of psychology at the University of Virginia.