MontessoriPublic—Print EditionVolume 3, Number 2: Policy and Advocacy
We mail multiple copies to public Montessori schools, one for each teacher, based on their listing in the Montessori Census, so check to make sure your school is listed and up to date.
This issue focuses on policy and advocacy, featuring work from Dawn Bradley at Libertas School of Memphis, Denise Monnier and Wendy Shenk-Evans from the Montessori Public Policy Initiative (MPPI), and Annie Frazer from Montessori Partnerships for Georgia.
The spring issue will focus on equity in public Montessori:
- How can public Montessori support equity?
- How can public Montessori be more equitable?
- What’s happening in your school? In your district, city, and state?
We’re always looking for well-considered, interesting treatments of this subject or any other public Montessori topic. Contact David Ayer at [email protected]. The deadline for the spring issue is April 2, 2019.
David worked in private Montessori for more than twenty years as a parent, three-to-six year-old and adolescent teacher, administrator, writer, speaker, and advocate. In 2016 he began working with the National Center for Montessori in the Public Sector. David lives in Portland, Oregon.