We believe we can build stronger communities by increasing access to early childhood education. You can help.

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When we give young children the tools they need to learn and grow, they build skills for a lifetime.

Tuition-free, high-quality preschool helps provide those tools while allowing parents to work, building lifelong learners and more prosperous homes. ¹

Montessori educates the whole child, preparing them for school and beyond by supporting social and emotional skills along with academics.
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Building social and emotional skills in young children not only helps their schooling, but reduces their risk for obesity and common diseases, increases lifelong earnings, and lasts for multiple generations.
A classroom teacher with brown skin and black hair in a striped apron gives a lesson to a young boy in a blue coat on a classroom rug.
Household income is one of the greatest factors in child success.

High quality early learning supports families and students, disrupting historic cycles of poverty and systemic bias²

Access to early childhood education

means increased life skills, higher household incomes, and greater quality of life – especially for under-resourced and underserved families.³

 

We provide that access.

Learn How

Alliance for Equity in Montessori Education
PO Box 6569
Beaverton, OR 97007

info@montessori-equity.org

503.893.5598

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