Director of Entrepreneurial Initiatives
Keith explores and develops new initiatives for further distribution of our work.
Keith holds an Ed.D. in History of Education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and has served on the faculties of the College of William and Mary, Ohio University, Wellesley College, and Lesley University, as well as working for ten years as a high school history teacher in Atlanta. Keith is a nationally recognized historian of literacy and American schooling and has written extensively about the development of the Montessori movement in the United States.
- Whitescarver, Keith and Jacqueline Cossentino (April-June, 2011). “What Do You See That Makes You Say That? Visual Thinking in Montessori Environments” Montessori International, 99, pp. 20-21.
- Keith Whitescarver, (October-December, 2010), “Montessori in America: The First 100 Years,” Montessori International, 97, pp. 20-21.
- Keith Whitescarver, (July-September, 2010), “Montessori in America: The First 100 Years,” Montessori International, 96, pp. 18-19.
- Whitescarver, Keith and Cossentino, Jacqueline (2007) “Lessons from the Periphery: The Role of Dispositions in Montessori Teacher Training,” Journal of Educational Controversy: Vol. 2: No. 2, Article 11.
- Whitescarver, Keith and Jacqueline Cossentino (2008). “Montessori and the Mainstream: A Century of Reform on the Margins,” Teachers College Record, 110 (12).
- Whitescarver, Keith, (Spring 2012) “Using Montessori to Break the Cycle of Poverty,” Montessori International