Maria Montessori, The Formation of Man

The greatest difficulty in the way of an attempt to give freedom to the child and to bring its powers to light does not lie in finding a form of education which realizes these aims. It lies rather in overcoming the prejudices which the adult has formed in his regard. 

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Rachel Davison Humphries is an educator and writer interested in adolescence, philosophy of education and all beautiful things. When she is not working with adolescents or any of her myriad of projects, she loves outdoor adventures, and travel.