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Over 130 Member Schools in the tristate, 13 county Greater Delaware Valley region…
Educate nearly 50,000 students in pre-kindergarten through high school; 31% students of color
Employ over 11,000 faculty, administrators, and staff
Award nearly $325,000,000 in need based financial aid to 36% of students
Represent more than 500,000 alumni
Collectively have an annual operating budget greater than one billion dollars!
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Matt Glendinning

Head of School, Moses Brown School 

Education: doctorate, classical archaeology, University of North Carolina , Chapel Hill;
B.A.,  Dartmouth; M.Ed., Arcadia University; M.B.A. University of Massachusetts

Matt Glendinning, Head of School, Moses Brown School, was the Upper School Director at Moorestown Friends School, faculty and History Department Chair at Germantown Friends School, program director for the Cambridge Prep Experience in England. His grounding in Friends educational philosophy and practice is solid. He published an article in Friends Journal, May, 2002: Exploring and Discovering a Friends School Meeting. Matt is a recipient of the NAIS Edward E. Ford Fellowship for Emerging Leaders and held a Fulbright Fellowship in Greece. He earned a B. A., summa cum laude, from Dartmouth, a M. Ed. from Arcadia University, and his doctorate from the University of North Carolina.


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