Eric Gumah, an AMI elementary trained teacher from Ghana spoke about how Montessori has been implemented in Gumyoko School in Ghana. Eric’s grandfather and father made land available for the school. His father wanted to provide a place that would give quality education free of charge. In order for this to be achieved, they involved the government. The school has 60 children in the class, as required by government. There are now 975 children in the school, 73 of which are in the 6-12 class, with two teachers. Eric began visiting other schools and helped teachers to have a better approach to learning, holding regular workshops with teachers. Eric is inspired by Corner of Hope and has a vision of making Montessori accessible for everyone. Eric’s plans to build a bigger school to accommodate more children and plans to have this vision completed in the near future.