Press Release: Montessori Ivy League Academy Encourages Parent Involvement in Child Education
LIGHTING RELEASES 05/28/14 — One of the most important aspects of childhood achievement in education is the active encouragement of parents and other elder family members. The Montessori educational programs at Montessori Ivy League Academy encourage parents to actively participate in their children’s educations. The Montessori educators make it a point to communicate clearly, frequently, and openly with all parents. This allows parents to supplement the things their children learn at Montessori Ivy League Academy even after they have gone home.
Parents of children who attend the Montessori Ivy League Academy are welcome to volunteer their time and take part in various programs and activities. This allows parents to discover what their children are learning in their Montessori school programs. In addition to volunteering their time, parents can also attend free seminars and information sessions explaining the Montessori Method. With advanced notice, parents can also visit the Montessori classrooms while class is in session.
About Montessori Ivy League Academy:
Montessori Ivy League Academy is a progressive school that combines the authentic Montessori Method with methods from Harvard, Yale, Columbia, the University of Pennsylvania, and the Cornell Center on Developing Child and Early Childhood Educational Research. Montessori Ivy League Academy offers summer programs, child care programs, free VPK, after school enrichment programs, and more. To learn more about Montessori Ivy League Academy, please call (954) 483-8808, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit http://www.montessoriivyleague.com.