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Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Tuition Conundrum

As I have begun to communicate with people in the Montessori world on an exponentially larger scale in the last 6 months. I have been exposed to many school's tuitions and philosophies about tuition. It is the low tuitions that have caught my attention.
The argument for low tuition goes something like this: Make Montessori available to as many children as possible. Montessori shouldn't be for the elite. People won't pay more.
As far as a social responsibility to help all children, I find this an interesting conundrum....
Download the full pdf file here:  Tuition Conundrum

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