AMS Awards $6,491 in Fall 2020 Research Mini-Grants

FEBRUARY 1, 2020—The AMS Mini-Grants program supports research that brings fresh insight to Montessori education. We are pleased to recognize the recipients of the Fall 2020 awards, who collectively received $6,491, and we wish them the best of luck in their continued work:

Corey Borgman, Doctoral Candidate, University of Virginia, $2,335
“Enacting Accountability in Innovative Schools: The Sensemaking Strategies of Public Montessori Principals”

David J. Fleming, PhD, Furman University, $3,500
“Who Knows Who Affects Who Goes: How Race and Income Influence Public Opinion on Montessori Education”

Anthony Setari, PhD, Coastal Carolina University, $656
“Measuring Secondary Holistic Education Outcomes Using Montessori Erdkinder Values” 

AMS funds Montessori research through awards and grants.