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Thoughts on the New Year

A Letter From The Editor: Crying With strangers Could Change The World

” Crying with strangers could change the world”—bREné Brown The Changing Times of Parenting I just returned from a week with my Maryland family: my 95-year-old mother; my 37-year-old daughter and her husband; my five- and seven-year-old grandsons … and a six-month-old-completely-out-of-control bernadoodle. Seven days of trying to move seamlessly between four generations left me […]

In the News:  SRQ Hosts Inaugural RocketKids Modern Education Symposium

In the News: SRQ Hosts Inaugural RocketKids Modern Education Symposium

BY PHILIP LEDERER SRQ DAILY WEDNESDAY PHILANTHROPY EDITION WEDNESDAY JAN 31, 2018 Educators and community advocates convened at SRQ Studios last night for the inaugural RocketKids Modern Education Symposium: What Are My Kids Learning At School? Featuring Dan Ceaser, head of school at Hershorin Schiff Community Day School; Dawn Graber, director of curriculum at Sarasota […]

The Montessori Leaders Collaborative

The Montessori Leaders Collaborative

The International Montessori Council was pleased to receive the following communiqué from the Montessori Leadership Collaborative. The IMC supports the aim of the collaborative to speak with one voice for Montessori, and will continue to publish any information available about the activities of the Collaborative. Communique The Montessori Leadership Collaborative group members convened in Washington […]

Parenting 101: Drowning in Artwork

Parenting 101: Drowning in Artwork

Editor’s Note:  In the January 2016 issue of Tomorrow’s Child’, in the“Dear Cathie” column, a parent expressed concern about opportunities for artistic expression in a child’s Montessori classroom. s I edited this article for print, I couldn’t help mutter to myself: Huh? My Montessori children and grandchildren require a contractor-size, heavy-duty trash bag just to […]