We want to thank the many Montessori teachers, administrators, parents, and others who continue to visit the NAMTA website, our store, our directory of schools, and job listings.
We have three important announcements to update you on our work:
- The NAMTA Archives are currently not available for browsing or ordering articles. We will continue to keep you updated as we develop a plan for the long-term sustainability and access to this rich collection of Montessori publications, history, and research. All orders that were submitted to our archives prior to March 30 will be fulfilled.
- We are pleased to announce that the last three NAMTA journals will be made available in print editions in addition to the digital versions that are freely available on our website. We will be adding a pre-order form to the Shopify store to reserve your set of the three print journals: Back to the Future; Connecting Montessori to the World; Montessori History: Searching for Evolutionary Scientific Truth. The three volumes will be sold as a set only by pre-order for $45.00 for a limited time. When pre-order ends, the volumes will be sold individually for $20.00 each. We are proud to make these final journals available to you in print. Please check our website, our Shopify store, and our Facebook page for further updates.
- The NAMTA officers recently met at our archive and publication office in Ohio to consider the inventory of NAMTA publications that we still have in stock. The quantities of many of our past publications and journals far exceed the quantities that we regularly sell through the NAMTA store. We are therefore preparing for a NAMTA warehouse sale. All items will be offered in bulk quantities at significantly reduced prices plus shipping and handling. The publications will be listed and purchased through a separate link on the website. As the board determines further details, announcements will be posted on our website and Facebook page.
The NAMTA Officers
Jacquie Maughan, Deborah Bricker, Gerard Leonard, Molly O’Shaughnessy, Sarah Werner-Andrews