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Studying the Ebb and Flow of Bahá’í Summer Schools

The summer school was a central feature of the Baha'i community in the early 20th century. It was a time of spiritual retreat, education, and fellowship. It was a time to recharge and reconnect. It was a time to learn about the Baha'i Faith and to learn how to teach the Baha'i Faith. It was a time to learn how to be a Baha'i. It was a time to learn how to be a better person. It was a time to learn how to be a better Baha'i. It was a time to learn how to be a better teacher. It was a time to learn how to be a better student. It was a time to learn how to be a better friend. It was a time to learn how to be a better parent. It was a time to learn how to be a better spouse.

What Sparked the Emergence of Bahá’í Summer Schools?

How Did Summer Schools Enrich Bahá’í Education?

What Contributed to the Decline of Bahá’í Summer Schools?

What Enduring Legacies Have Bahá’í Summer Schools Left?

How Did Fellowship Factor into Bahá’í Summer Schools?

In What Ways Did Bahá’í Summer Schools Evolve Over Time?

Are There Contemporary Equivalents to Bahá’í Summer Schools?

What Role Did Bahá’í Summer Schools Play in Community Life?