Special Announcement:

The Montessori Association of North Carolina (MANC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit with tax-exempt status from the IRS.    

All gifts are tax deductible as allowed by law.

To support our work you may contribute to our growth by going to our Membership Page and donating whatever amount you wish by entering it in the box that says "Other Amount" and clicking on the Paypal button here.    Thank you for your support!


Announcing:   A Membership Drive for North Carolina's State Montessori Advocacy Organization  (MANC)  

*  Please join MANC today!  http://www.montessoriassociationofnc.org/about/membership/


Announcing:  MANC QRIS and Pilot Assessment 

(The particular assessment tool currently used in NC is called the Early Childhood Environmental Rating Scale - Revised (ECERS-R).   The Montessori Supplement to the ECERS-R is available for use in North Carolina.)


Announcing:  Montessori and the Early Childhood Environmental Rating Scale - 3, now used in other states:

A Crosswalk for Educators and Advocates is now available for reference; published by MPPI (The Montessori Public Policy Initiative):

ECERS-3 Montessori Crosswalk


NC Teacher Licensure

Let’s get state recognition for Montessori diplomas in North Carolina. MANC can do this with your help! We need you to become a member!   The more voices we have supporting MANC, the stronger our representation to the state! _____________________________________________________________________

News from the National Center for Montessori in the Public Sector:   The Montessori Census

The Montessori Census is set up for a long-awaited relaunch.   Register your school at  https://www.montessoricensus.org



As the nation’s premier statistical agency on Montessori, NCMPS provides a vital national resource.
The national collection of data contains a wealth of information about the people and schools involved in Montessori — information that can be used by the general public and researchers, as well as federal, state, and local governments, in making important decisions about education reform and the proper role of Montessori in that reform effort.
Check out the redesigned web site at montessoricensus.org and make sure your school is listed, claimed, and up to date. This is best done by a member of school administration.
 North Carolina schools list your school on the census now!