Best regards, Keith Gillette I am a k-12 teacher in Massachusetts and I can give you some guidance in letting you know what you might encounter.
All states have their own specific rules but the starting of a Montessori school is largely no different than starting any other private school.
He has been involved in providing teaching to conventional secondary schools, extra mural coaching, etc.
His interest in Montessori education made him went for extensive training in this method of education. He has also worked alongside many Nigerian Universities; has extensively been involved in helping international students with admission process.
You would be looking a pretty big task ahead of you.
Overall, your biggest steps would be finding the market and going through the step to higher the staff and design the curriculum.
As a school brand, Montessori is precisely strongest at the very early ages, so you may have a challenge attracting families who already started their child with a Montessori school that has a preschool.
Many Montessori school start with 18-month infant & parent programs.
Ours is an institution overtly interested in ensuring complete human development through the Montessori educational approach.
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