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AMS Mini-Grants are intended to encourage research that brings fresh insight to Montessori education. We congratulate the Spring 2018 recipients: Sarah Hassebroek, Sarah Hassebroek, and Hanako Shimamura.

Community / Global Initiatives / School Quality / Public Policy

AMS board and staff leadership enter this new year with a strengthened commitment to being a model for and ensuring the advancement of principles of equity, diversity, and inclusion.

Montessori People / Montessori Method / Community

The American Montessori Society is the leading member advocacy organization, research forum, and resource collaborative for the global community of Montessori educators.

Community / Global Initiatives / School Quality / Public Policy

Marta Donahoe, the AMS 2019 Living Legacy, has been an integral part of the Montessori community for 4 decades. Among her many accomplishments is the founding of the nation’s first public Montessori high school—now a thriving community of 700 students.

Community / School Quality / Professional Development

Congratulations to the recipients of this year’s dissertation and thesis awards: Anne Sutton, Kirsten Nordhaus, and Marcela Corona-Villarreal.

Live / Community / Montessori People / Events / Awards / Credential

Come celebrate the magic of AMS Living Legacy honoree Marta Donahoe at Mercy Montessori School this March. Hosted by our friends at Xavier University Montessori Institute; we hope you’ll join!

Montessori People / Community / Leadership

Dr. Timothy Purnell is an innovative leader, strategic planner, and inspiring educator who proudly serves as the chief executive officer of the American Montessori Society.

Montessori People / Montessori Method / Community

How did AMS become the leading advocate for Montessori education? Read on!

Community / Montessori Method / Montessori People

Learn how the founding of the first Montessori school more than 100 years ago led to a worldwide movement that is now more relevant than ever.

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