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April 2014: EducationStudent Voices Project: The Testimony of Integrity
15 Years of the Bridge Film Festival: Interview with Andrew Cohen
Quakers and Unschooling: Seres Kyrie
The Gun Play Dilemma: Jennifer Arnest
Elitist Institutions?: Louis Herbst
Introduction to this year’s Student Voices Project
Gail Whiffen Coyle is associate editor of Friends Journal.Posted in: April 2014: Education, Student Voices Project
Spiritual nurture and young children.
Joshua Valle is a pre-K teacher at Friends School of Baltimore, his alma mater. He lives in Baltimore, Md., with his wife and daughter (a Friends School student) and enjoys reading, writing, and spending time in the woods.Posted in: April 2014: Education, Features
Quaker education: A growing appreciation
Gabriel Ehri is the executive director of Friends Journal.Posted in: Among Friends, April 2014: Education
Our Quaker faith, with its values of peace, stewardship of the Earth, simplicity, and equality points to climate change as […]
Letters from our readers.
Sixth‐ and ninth‐grade students write about the testimony of integrity in our first annual student writing competition.
“I was ten when I first learned the word, just one of the dozens I had to memorize for a […]
Emma LeFebvre is a ninth grader at Westtown School near West Chester, Pa. Though she is not Quaker in name, she attends a Quaker school and feels a strong connection with the principles. In her free time, Emma loves to read, write, and play soccer. When she grows up, she would like to be a novelist.Posted in: April 2014: Education, Student Voices Project, Unfeatured
“It was the summer of 2011, and I was at my friend Lily’s house. We were playing with our American […]
Grace Jickling is 11 years old and a sixth grader at Greene Street Friends School in Philadelphia, Pa. She loves to learn, write, draw, and read. Her pastimes include playing outside with her dog, reading all the Wendy Mass books, and hanging out with her friends. She lives in the East Germantown section of Philadelphia with her sister, mom, dad, one cat, one dog, and four bunnies.Posted in: April 2014: Education, Student Voices Project, Unfeatured
“There once was a lonely, sad dog named Simba—a huge, strong Cane Corso, which is an Italian Molosser.”
Levi Veleanu is a sixth grader at Greene Street Friends School. He loves sports (especially tennis), playing piano, and singing with the Keystone State Boychoir. One of Levi's favorite friends in the world is his dog, Simba. His compassion for animals extends beyond those in his own family and therefore, he is a vegan and an animal protection advocate.Posted in: April 2014: Education, Student Voices Project, Unfeatured
Letting the Higher Power Do It by Anonymous