The school that wouldn’t die

May 01, 2014 05:00 PM | 0 0 comments | 21 21 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Back in 1972, Ian Bernstein and his then-wife Alice Goodman came from Newark New Jersey to Woodstock with a plan; to provide progressive early childhood education to a new generation of town residents who wanted something more than traditional sit-up-straight-and-look-at-the-blackboard education for their children. And, from its beginnings in a converted residence on a hamlet side street where parents paid tuition in bartered goods and services as often as cash to its modern incarnation on a wooded campus with mountain views and an up to date media center, those who have watched the evolution of the Woodstock Day School say it has stayed true to that mission.
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