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2017

May 11
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2016

Oct 14
 A September 2, 2016 article in IB World magazine outlines 15 traits that teachers themselves identified as being the characteristics that drive their success.   In reading through these traits I am struck with how  similar they are to the qualities Maria Montessori sought to inspire...
Oct 4
 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (October 4, 2016) — As the United Nations General Assembly wrestles with heightened tensions around the world, Oneness-Family Montessori School in Chevy Chase, MD., will bring together dozens  of diplomats in an expression of unity and common purpose on October...
Mar 21
In a recent article in the Atlantic, and in his book Originals, award winning educator and bestselling author Adam Grant describes how we can raise “ original thinkers”. He says, “Too much structure, order, and discipline can constrain creativity, but so can too little.  In a...
Feb 24
You don’t have to be religious to value religious literacy. And just because you are religious does not automatically make you literate about world religions. Harvard recently announced that they are launching a new free online course to promote religious literacy. This is a badly...

2015

Aug 1
Andrew Kutt, Founder and Head of School was recently interviewed for an article in Washington Parent magazine on Montessori Education.   (Excerpt below) "...The structure of Montessori classrooms supports this sense of communal learning. Students learn in multi-age classrooms where...
Jul 21
After nearly 3 decades of providing the highest quality Montessori education for children two years old through eighth grade, the Oneness-Family School is very excited to announce the opening of our high school in September 2016! Our new high school will be based on central...

2013

Dec 1
By Andrew Kutt-- The kindergartners stood in a circle on the grass, in the park one brisk afternoon, leaving the slides and monkey bars empty. Curious, their teachers approached and heard them softly singing one of their gentle, circle-time songs from class. Drawing closer, they...
Oct 1
Andrew Kutt-- The bumper sticker, “Childhood is a Journey Not a Race,” seems like a simple and straightforward reminder to be mindful, but we often forget to think about how profound the statement truly is. In fact, the philosophy presents a challenge to parents and educators alike....
Aug 1
By Andrew Kutt-- A 2013 Organic Trade Association study reports that more parents buy organic food for their children and 81% have at least tried it. The industry grew from $1 billion in 1990 to $26.7 billion in 2010. Parents are clearly being more conscious than ever about what goes...

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