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Public Montessori for Early Childhood: Fidelity and Essentials 

May 15 – 4 p.m. MT

Description: Within the heart of Montessori’s message that each child is driven from within by his own inner teacher and guided from without by teachers and adults who understand this message, we see a universal key —for all children.

Have you ever wondered whether the children in a Montessori public school such as a charter or magnet school truly receive the best Montessori has to offer?

Join us as we briefly explore a bit of research and talk about some of the essential elements that contribute to the highest quality public sector Montessori – often referred to as “high-fidelity” Montessori.  Angela and Diana, Montessori teachers who have worked within the public setting will share some of their balancing acts during their years together.  REGISTER NOW!

Presenters: Diana Palmares, M.Ed. and Angela Pridgen, M.Ed.


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