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28,125 Days: Are you living life to its fullest potential? The practice of Quakerism can be rather unclear to an outsider. As a student at a Friends school, I experienced what I call the hidden curriculum, where I learned to live the Quaker testimonies without explicitly having been taught the history🔒

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Christen Higgins Clougherty has a doctorate in Quaker studies and is executive director of the Nobis Project, a nonprofit educational company that promotes global citizenship. Her blog Quaker School Voices (quakerschoolvoices.blogspot.com) focuses on leadings at Friends schools and is co-sponsored by the Friends Council on Education.


Posted in: Features, May 2013: Focus on the Arts
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