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As a leading voice of quality Montessori education, AMS welcomes and draws inspiration from all corners of the Montessori community.

Your involvement propels our momentum. Whether you’re sharing best practices at our Annual Conference, working to help schools achieve AMS accreditation, submitting “News Bites” to our e-newsletter the AMS Prism or stories to Montessori Life magazine, your passion and commitment advance our shared mission.

There are many ways to get on board. Becoming an AMS member connects you with the people and programs in the forefront of the Montessori movement, and offers valuable services and benefits to individuals and institutions.

Serving on an AMS committee makes you a part of the process, contributing your expertise and vision to the Society’s important work.

Requesting or offering emergency relief for Montessorians in need through our Montessorians Helping Montessorians blog allows you to directly assist schools, families, and colleagues facing disaster.

And making a tax-deductible donation supports AMS programs and services as we work together on behalf of excellence in education.

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Become a Member

Your AMS membership supports our vital mission and includes valuable opportunities and benefits.

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Annual Fund

Hurry! Help AMS support education that transforms lives by making a tax-deductible gift before June 30 and be recognized in our Annual Report.

 

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    Committees & Commissions

    Whether your interest is finance or public policy, research or peace or more, we welcome your vision and your voice.

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    Join an AMS ListServer

    AMS teacher members, heads of AMS member schools, and directors and  instructors from AMS-affiliated teacher education programs are invited to communicate with colleagues around the world through our lively online discussion groups.

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    Education Conferences

    Spread the word about Montessori by submitting presentation proposals for non-Montessori conferences.

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      Local Groups

      Independent of the American Montessori Society, regional and international Montessori groups strengthen the Montessori Movement and provide valuable networking opportunities with colleagues around the world.

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