- A Moral Approach to Experiential Learning
- Dialogue on Moral Growth.
- Embracing the Tension: Moral Growth
- The Essence of Quaker Education
- The Impact of Previous Schooling Experiences on a Quaker High School’s Graduating Students’ College Entrance Exam Scores, Parents’ Expectations, and College Acceptance Outcomes
- Using Their Powers for Good: Student Government in the Manner of Friends
- Stewarding the Evolution of an Established and Multi-Faceted Program: How Do You Hold Onto Meaningful Elements of the Past While Allowing a Program to Grow in Operational and Strategic Dimensions?
- Independent Projects at Friends Schools
- Friends Education in a Democratic Society and a Relational World
- The Obamas and Friends Education: Joining a Vibrant Tradition
- Sparks and Spaces: Lived Experience in Friends Schools
- Quaker Education Today: Continuing Revelation
- Creating a Truly Interdisciplinary Team-Taught American Studies Course
- Quaker Pedagogy as ‘Deep Muscle
- Fostering Meaningful Collaboration and Empathy
- A Path Towards Cultural Change
- Addressing Diversity Through a Coordinated Foundational Curriculum
- What Is a Friends School? Revitalizing Our Quaker Dimension
- Raising the Bar: Elevating Student Leadership
2.1 Peace, Service, and Social Justice
Brigham, Elaine K. “Just Teaching: The Development and Sustainability of Educators Engaged in Social Justice Work in K-12 Friends Schools.” Institute for Engaging Leadership in Friends Schools 2005–2007 Action Research (April 2007): 8–9.
Elaine K. Brigham asked questions of current educators about where their awareness of and commitment to social justice come from in hopes of implementing a support system to allow educators to gain a knowledge of and passion for bringing social justice into the classroom.
The Rise of Quaker Education & Early Schools
Quaker Pedagogy: A Moral Approach to Experiential Learning
Diversity in Friends Schools
Friends School & Learning Differences
Friends School Leadership
Friends School Governance
Meeting for Worship
Friends School Culture