Ready? Well, ready or not, another school year has already begun. As with the start of school years in the past, there are many things to grapple with in order to be prepared. Yet this school year’s readiness is particularly challenged by some complex matters. For one, the continuing and resurgent COVID-19 pandemic is complicating school readiness for many. Specifically, schools are struggling to decide whether classes will resume in-person, on-line, or a combination of both. Still another troubling matter is the shortage of teachers, which is not new but appears to be pronounced this year. Join AMI/USA for upcoming programming this fall to engage in conversation around the teacher shortage and a community town hall with Black institution-building Montessorians and trailblazing leaders in the Global Liberatory Education Movement.
Mark your calendars!
- Wednesday, September 29 • 1:00 p.m. EDT: Addressing the Teacher Shortage…#ConsiderMontessori
Speakers: Dr. Ayize Sabater (AMI/USA), Samantha Vejay (Washingtong Montessori Institute), Alan Preece (AMI Global), a representative from the Montessori Institute of North Texas & more…
- Thursday, October 14 • 5:00 – 7:30 p.m. CDT | 6:00 – 8:30 p.m. EDT: Making A Way Out Of No Way
Speakers: Dr. Ayize Sabater (AMI/USA), Pastors Timothy and Jessica Jackson of Morning Glory Montessori (Black Believers & The Montessori Way), Jill Evans of Goldenrod (Wildflower) Montessori (Ohio), Prudence Daniels of MomaHill Montessori (Lagos, Nigeria)