Growing Beyond Human Plans

Never in a million years would I have anticipated being a teacher, much less the co‐founder of a school and teacher training center. As with many destinations in life, the path began before I was aware of traveling on it. In 1966 I was working for an architect in Japan, divorced there with two small children, attending some evening college courses at a University of Maryland extension school. I had been in Asia five years. It was during that time that my oldest daughter, Dawn, was tripped on the playground and suffered a concussion. She recovered, but although she could🔒

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Sandy Howze is a member of Lansdowne (Pa.) Meeting and cofounder of Stratford Friends School in Havertown, Pa.

Posted in: Features, January 2001

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