Resources by Topic: Montessori

The Trust for Learning Announces the Opening of the Brady Education Foundation’s Request for Proposals to Research the Impact of Montessori Education in Public Schools

Trust for Learning & Brady Education Foundation

Five year, $3 million investment to investigate how the Montessori approach produces achievement outcomes for children age three to third grade and may reduce the achievement gap between children from under-resourced communities and other children.

Montessori Schools: They’re Not Just for Rich White Kids Anymore

Have You Heard

Have You Heard, an education podcast, profiles an urban Montessori school in Washington, D.C. From the podcast: When Maria Montessori developed a new teaching method for society’s “lost” children in the early 1900s, she had no idea it would become one of the go-to ways rich white parents educate their toddlers. But now, public urban Montessori schools are catching on in a big way and challenging some deeply held beliefs about how urban kids should be educated.


Montessori Madness

What does a child-centered classroom look like and how do we make sure students remain bright, engaged and inquisitive? A parent makes the case.