Montessori education offers parents an alternative philosophy and approach to that offered by traditional education. It is also supported by neuroscience and has been demonstrated to improve education outcomes for children in multiple different settings and variables.

Evaluating Montessori Education Lillard, A. & Else-Quest, N. (2006) – (Science 313)

Montessori Mathematics in Early Childhood Education Chisnall, N. & Maher, M. (2007)
Source: Curriculum Matters 3, 6-28

Removing Supplementary Materials from Montessori Classrooms Changed Child Outcomes Angeline S. Lillard† and Megan J. Heise
Journal of Montessori Research 2016, Volume 2, Issue 1

Activities and programs that Improve Children’s Executive Functions 2012, Dr. Adele Diamond, Association of Psychological Science, 21 (5) pp 335 - 341

Montessori Preschool Elevates and Equalizes Child Outcomes: A Longitudinal Study
Angeline S. Lillard, Megan J. Heise, Eve M. Richey, Xin Tong, Alyssa Hart and Paige M. Bray

A Comparison of Montessori and Traditional Middle Schools: Motivation, Quality of Experience, and Social Context
by Kevin Rathunde - The NAMTA Journal - Summer 2003

Does it Work? What Research Says About Montessori and Student Outcomes A variety of studies from the National Center for Montessori in the Public Sector, USA

Interventions Shown to Aid Executive Function Development in Children 4 to 12 Years Old Adele Diamond and Kathleen Lee, SCIENCE, Vol 333, pp 959-963, 19 AUGUST 2011