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Greenville News: "Should Greenville County Schools start a public Montessori program?"
During a Greenville County Schools board meeting, members broached the topic of offering a public Montessori school option.
Edutopia: "A Public School Makes the Case for 'Montessori for All'"
Citing the Riley Institute's public Montessori research, Edutopia wrote about a Title I public school in rural Latta, South Carolina with a successful Montessori program.
The Post and Courier: "South Carolina has a lot of Montessori schools. Are they a good idea for your kid?"
In an editorial parenting column, The Post and Courier writes about the distinguishing factors of a Montessori education as a response to popular questions from parents.
The Post and Courier: South Carolina’s public Montessori programs can bridge achievement gap
November 7, 2018 | Photograph courtesy of The Post and Courier Members of the Riley Institute Team, Drs. Brooke Culclasure and David Fleming, wrote for The Post and Courier about Montessori programs
Index Journal: 'People come to look at our schools' Study shows SC Montessori students outperform their peers
January 31, 2018 | Photograph courtesy of Index Journal The Index Journal acknowledges data from a study by the Riley Institute showcasing how Montessori students achieve highly in their studies
The 74: New South Carolina study of public Montessori schools shows majority low-income students outperforming peers
January 28, 2018 | Photograph courtesy of The 74 The 74 wrote that public Montessori schools found their students performing better than those in traditional public schools. This closes the achievement