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Last Chance! The deadline for  school listings has been extended to January 31, 2015. List your school online or print a form to mail.

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Apply today for The AMI Montessori Orientation to Adolescent Studies (Ages 12-18): Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Register for the Adolescent Event at the AMI/USA Refresher Course

MISP International Montessori Adolescent Summit
April 22-25, 2015, Washington, DC

New Math Workshop scheduled in Hartford, April 23-25, 2015 in conjunction with NAMTA's conference April 23-26, 2015


See  table of contents or sample pages from Montessori Algebra for the Adolescent by Michael Waski

NAMTA's purpose is to maintain Montessori traditions, and at the same time, to be on the cutting edge of innovative education. Accordingly, we provide the medium for study, interpretation, and improvement of Montessori education.

A NAMTA Conference in Portland, OR, March 13-16, 2014

Grace, Courtesy and Civility Across the Planes

March 13-16, 2014

Crown Plaza Portland Downtown Convention Center


NAMTA is pleased to coordinate this event with a workshop by Alison Awes,
Supporting the Dyslexic Child in Montessori,
March 13, 2014
Click here to learn more.


  • View brochure.
  • Register at the event Friday, March 14, 2014, 8-9 a.m. at the Crowne Plaza Portland.
  • Reserve your room at the Crowne Plaza Portland-Downtown Convention Center online or call 1-888-233-9527 before February 11, 2014 to receive the NAMTA conference rate.

Conference Update

When social relations are applied to the functioning of the whole school, they become the basis for community life and go well beyond the grace and courtesy of practical life in the Children's House. The Montessori school must convey its perspective on child development with the paramount concept of respect for the child’s personal dignity while being sensitive to the parent’s own view of their child. This is best felt, not stated, when all teachers, administrators, and students model graceful and courteous social relations. This includes but is not limited to conflict resolution, discussions and seminars, self-expression, meeting decorum, special events, hospitality to school visitors, adults listening when children talk, and children listening when adults talk. Grace and courtesy comes from within, so it is presented as a fundamental lesson in life and emphasis is placed on the art of living sociably in a modern culture where polite interactions are sometimes forgotten.