- How to Raise an Amazing Child – Tim Seldin
- Teach Me to Do it Myself – Maja Pitamic
- Montessori Madness – Trevor Eissler
- Montessori Today – Paula Polk Lillard
- Science Behind the Genius – Angeline Stoll Lillard
- Secret of Childhood – Maria Montessori
- Children: The Challenge – Rudolf Driekurs
- How Children Learn – John Holt
- The Magical Child – Joseph Chilton Pierce
- Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children – Richard Louv
- From Childhood to Adolescence – Maria Montessori
- The Montessori Elementary Material – Maria Montessori
- Discipline Without Tears – Rudolph Driekurs
- Montessori in the Classroom: a Teacher’s Account of How Children Really Learn
- Montessori From the Start: the Child at Home, from Birth to Age Three
(Paula Polk Lillard and Lynn Lillard Jessen)
- Montessori Today: a Comprehensive Approach to Education from Birth to Adulthood
Findings from the latest Montessori research at the American Montessori Society conference in 2012.
Reality: The Most Powerful and Integral Key to the World, Silvia C. Dubovoy, Ph.D., 25th International Montessori Congress Papers, Sydney, Australia, July 14-17, 2005.
What Happens After Montessori? What Parents, Students, and Teachers Believe about the Success of Former Montessori Elementary Students in Junior High School, Peter Hanson, Montessori Life, Vol. 10 No. 4, pages 45-47, Fall 1998.
A Comparison of Montessori and Traditional Middle Schools: Motivation, Quality of Experience, and Social Content, Kevin Rathunde, The NAMTA Journal, Vol. 28, No. 3, Summer 2003.
Outcomes: A Longitudinal Study of the Experience in the Milwaukee Public Schools for Students in a Montessori Program, Kathryn Rindskopf Dohrmann, Association Montessori International/USA.
Canadian Council of Montessori Administrators
Montessori Accreditation Council for Teacher Education (MACTE)