Peer Networks

Peer networks are self-organizing groups of educators across Friends schools who meet to share ideas, offer support to each other, and work together toward their common goals, especially around facets of their work that are related to working in a Quaker institution. These national groups exist as a result of palpable energy, spirit, and leadership from the faculty and administrators within the Friends schools who keep such networks strong. The success of a peer network depends up on group members serving as resources to each other. (These are not “sit and git” sessions, but “give and get,” as one facilitator said.

FOR EDUCATORS

Early ChildhoodDiversity & Inclusion

Friends Environmental Education Network [FEEN]

Heads' Assistants

Heads of Schools Gatherings

Librarians Peer Network

Maker Spaces

Neuro-Diversity

Performing Arts

Quaker Life in Lower & Middle Schools

Quaker Makers

Spiritual Life & Religious Studies [Upper School Religion]


FOR STUDENTS