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Chris Geden,Community Outreach Director,Children’s Education Alliance of Missouri
I have been a board member at the City Garden Montesorri school located near Tower Grove park for a little more than six months, but our relationship extends well over two years. I was reading about the map scores in our area and was pleased to see City Garden with fifty-two percent of all students passing.
I have worked closely with this school and know the time and effort that is put into all things City Garden. The staff are all top notch educators and are there to teach. From the very first time I stepped into the school I was impressed with the ease and poise with which administrators, teachers, parents and most importantly students conducted themselves from classrooms to board meetings I as an observer and participant could not be happier with the school and the people involved in the day to day.
Having said all that to ask this question why in the world aren’t we using this model of success across the city or better yet the state? We need to be more deliberate in the way we go about educating our young people . I am quite sure that there is a need and a desire by parents and teachers alike to put into practice what we know already works. I will include a link to the schools website.