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Author Archives: Marc Seldin

Frank Leto Offers Free Making Music in the Home Program

Frank Leto, a multidimensional artist and certified Montessori Guide, has long been loved by parents and schools for his children’s music. A talented instrumentalist who plays Brazilian percussion, Afro-Cuban percussion and Trinidadian Steel Drum, in 2007 he contributed the music curriculum to The Center for Guided Montessori Studies’ Early Childhood certification program.  Mr. Leto has announced […]

The needs of the fourth plane of development, and their implications for secondary education

By Jonathan Wolff and Marc Seldin What do colleges need from their new students? Are Montessori secondary programs meeting those needs? Over the past three years, we have visited and met with professors and admissions officers at over 20 and colleges and universities. In these conversations, the picture which has emerged is that generally students […]

CGMS and Hubbli announce joint partnership

For immediate release Ontario, Canada. February 28, 2018 The Center for Guided Montessori Studies (CGMS), Inc, and Hubbli, Inc. are excited to announce a new partnership to develop and promote solutions for schools. The focus will be on ensuring Montessori and other schools can leverage the best technology for reducing their workloads, simplifying their workflows, […]

CGMS Secondary and new standalone Elementary programs receive MACTE accreditation

On September 28th, the MACTE Board of Directors met to review several CGMS applications for accreditation and residency changes. We are pleased to announce that all applications were approved with no issues or exceptions. MACTE President, Rebecca Pelton, reported that the MACTE Board applauded our hard work, efforts and commitment to the process. The programs […]

New website helps children become entrepreneurs

Montessori teaches entrepreneurship, RisingInnovator.com offers help outside classroom In 2011 the Harvard Business Review published an article, Montessori Builds Innovators, which sought to explain why so many innovators – business leaders, scientists, famous artists and thinkers – come out of Montessori classrooms. Some of the most wealthy wealthiest and most famous entrepreneurs attended Montessori schools […]