Welcome to the International Montessori Council.

The International Montessori Council (IMC) is a world-wide umbrella organization of Montessori schools and the men and women who lead them, own them, or serve on their boards. Its focus is on issues of concern to Montessori school leaders: administration, curriculum development, recruitment and hiring, supervising teachers and staff, insurance, finance, facilities, working with boards, recruitment, building community, fund raising, public relations, and so forth.

At $250 USD a year, school membership is rather inexpensive, and the benefits are of great value to schools.

This website contains a wealth of information open to the public.

Many more articles, videos, pdf books and other resources are available to members in our password protected members area.

For more information please contact our membership director:

Margot Garfield-Anderson
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1-800-632-4121
FAX: 941-359-8166
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The International Montessori Council (IMC) is a professional association designed to provide specific services and support to Montessori educators and schools. Its mission is to protect the vision and legacy of Dr. Maria Montessori and the Montessori Foundation by making policy designed to promote the essential principles of best practices and authentic Montessori education. Perhaps most important is its inclusiveness.  As founder Tim Seldin wrote,

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