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Tammy Chabria

For more information on Montessori for adolescents read From Childhood to Adolescence by Dr. Montessori. And if you can, visit the Farm School at Hershey Montessori School (www.hershey-montessori.org) and The Montessori High School at University Circle (www.montessorihighschool.org) for pure Montessori, both in Cleveland, Ohio. For public Montessori high school see Clark Montessori in Cincinnati, Ohio (www.clark.cps-k12.org) and The Montessori High School in Milwaukee (www.montessoriib.org).

Gary Houchens

Thanks for these recommendations, Tammy. The teacher at our new Montessori elementary here in Bowling Green did her training in Cleveland. She speaks most highly of her experience there.

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