Yes a Quaker school network would be invaluable, and especially for pooling resources ...
to complement the CC MIT OCW open educational resources and CC Yale OYC OER focus ... both of which are valuable in terms of online faculty in video as well as in terms STEM-centricity, and also in terms of graduate degrees.
It would be good to have a WUaS Quaker colleges and schools' plan. I hope to attend the Quaker educators' gathering at Haverford College from June 12-15, and think doing so is important vis-a-vis Friendly-informed World University and School, but WUaS needs the monies for such travel. People from all of the Quaker schools which attract many Friendly highest academic achievers, as well as those that seem to create a flourishing ethos (such as Earlham in my experience), - in fact all of the Quaker colleges - will be at Haverford I think.
Here's a list of the Friends Association for Higher Education (FAHE) Quaker schools' members from their website, as well as conference information - http://quakerfahe.com/ :
Barclay College ▪ Bryn Mawr College ▪ Earlham College ▪ Earlham School of Religion ▪ Friends University ▪ George Fox University ▪ Long Island University Global ▪ Guilford College ▪ Haverford College ▪ Malone University ▪ Pendle Hill ▪ Swarthmore College ▪ Whittier College ▪ William Penn University ▪ Wilmington College ▪ Woodbrooke Study Centre
I've asked S.M. if he would facilitate WUaS's open electronic monthly business meeting on June 14th while I might be away at Haverford (and I would also attend WUaS business meeting if I could) and that's a good place to consider and minute such ideas as we're discussing in email as well. I'm planning to invite Anthropologist G.B. (who I find brilliant, and whom I know from Stanford) to join part of the meeting if possible, as well.
MIT OCW-centric World University and School will potentially complement these other mostly Quaker colleges by offering online bachelor, Ph.D., law and M.D. degrees, as well as online I.B high school diplomas, and for FREE degrees, since WUaS is Creative Commons' licensed like CC MIT OCW, and CC Wikipedia. In addition, WUaS MIT-centricity as well as great universities' centricity will add a STEM-centric and knowledge-generative, as well as conversation-as-learning focus that will complement these schools' wonderful academic and nurturing environments.