Maria Montessori's view on education in the first 12 years of children's
lives is well-known—she believed in self-directed learning, grounded in
exploration. But the famous educator also had views on adolescence. She
believed it was critical to satisfy teenagers' need for independence
and hunger for inquiry while reinforcing the importance of our
connection to one another. Read more about Montessori Middle School and find a link to the videos on our blog.